Mumbai all set for drinktec-packtech punch
Hall 6 of Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre (BEC), Goregaon, will host drink technology India (dti) 2012 – the third edition of drinktec India - the trade fair for the beverage and liquid technology industry – and International PackTech India 2012
Velcorin, a beverage stabiliser, is safe, flexible, economic
Everyone needs to drink – that’s no revelation. But what are we drinking? We have certainly seen a few changes in our drinking habits over the last few years. The range of products currently available in supermarkets and beverage stores bear little resemblance to the monotony of tea, coffee, sparkling mineral water and lemonade which filled the shelves a few decades ago.
Indian coffee grown in 2-tier mixed shade canopy: Board
India is the sixth larger producer of coffee in the world. It accounts for over four per cent of the global coffee output, and more than 90 per cent of this is produced in the southern states. In 2011-2012, India produced over 3.20 million tonnes and the employment generated was over 11 lakh.
“PET bottles catering to beverage industry are in demand”
The Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) was set up in May 1966 by the Indian packaging and allied industries and the Government of India, ministry of commerce, with a view to improve and promote the
"We will improve sales with product launches, innovations"
Parag Milk Foods Pvt. Ltd, established in 1992, is having its manufacturing facilities at Manchar, Maharashtra, and Palamner, Andhra Pradesh. Bhagyalaxmi, its dairy farm, houses 3,000 specially bred Holstein Freisens cows.
Bain & Co report focusses on drivers, barriers for foods
Bain and Company, India – the New Delhi-based national unit of the global business consulting firm – and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) – the country's apex business
Cold storages: Investments in basic infrastructure needed
The supply chain between farmer and producer / manufacturer and the manufacturer to end-consumer is awfully long and involves interactions with multiple delivery intermediaries. This prevents companies from having a direct link with the producer and hence an assurance of timely and quality supplies.
Pulses are adulterated to make them appear fresh
K B Sankhe, joint commissioner (food), Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said, “Before the festive season, we selected about 109 samples of mithai and mawa from all over the state and sent these to the laboratory for tests. We are awaiting the results of the same.