Foodpro 2009 to focus on food processing technology
Changing food consumption patterns, awareness about healthy food and increasing demand for nutritious food have opened tremendous opportunities for food business companies in India.
CII Road Show for waking up the FP industry of Bihar
Projecting Bihar as a sleeping giant of Indian agriculture, Ashok Kumar Sinha, IAS, principal secretary, government of Bihar, invited entrepreneurs to come forward and invest in the state's food processing segment.
FSSAI working on single law to cover FP industry
A unified law covering the entire gamut of the food processing industry is set to take effect by this year-end, according to Ashok Sinha, secretary, ministry of food processing industries.
TWIN BAGGER - with a difference
■ Higher output per unit of packaging space.
■ Lowest investment cost per unit output
Food packaging in different sectors
Globally, packaging of foods has been operating at a varied level of development stage. While in developed countries like the US, Europe and Japan this has somewhat matured, in other parts of the world there are areas of growth opportunities.
Unique Equipments will display metal detectors at the Foodpro 2009
UNIQUE EQUIPMENTS is an ISO 9001: 2000 certified company manufacturing metal detectors for food, pharmaceutical, chemicals, plastics, security and all other industries where metal contamination is needed to be restricted.
Singapore most innovative nation in food processing
A recent report jointly compiled by the Boston Consulting Group, the Washington-based National Association of Manufacturers and the Manufacturing Institute, the NAM's non-partisan research affiliate, rated Singapore as the world's most innovative nation.
Centre approves continuation of primary food processing schemes during 11th plan period
On Thursday October 1, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved various food processing schemes for continuation during 11th plan period.
Widen the funds inflow for food processing: MOFPI
The food processing industry is suffering from low allocation of funds. In the 11th five-year Plan funds amounting to Rs 4,031 crore had been allotted to the industry. The allotment is almost double the amount assigned in the previous Plan.