IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATIONIMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION
ON INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRYON INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY
1515thth
Feb. 2007Feb. 2007
...
GLOBALIZATION ??GLOBALIZATION ??
I would like to put it as,I would like to put it as,
““process of economic integrationpro...
NATURE OF GLOBALIZATIONNATURE OF GLOBALIZATION
It is aIt is a historical processhistorical process – Driven by mainly– Dri...
HOW DID GLOBALIZATIONHOW DID GLOBALIZATION
STARTED ?STARTED ?
Since the beginning of GATT AgreementsSince the beginning of...
GLOBALIZATIONGLOBALIZATION
- INDIAN FRONT -- INDIAN FRONT -
In the early 90’s following a major foreignIn the early 90’s f...
IMPACT ON FOOD INDUSTRYIMPACT ON FOOD INDUSTRY
The globalization haveThe globalization have profound impactprofound impact...
WTO CHALLANGESWTO CHALLANGES
Main challenge to the food industry wasMain challenge to the food industry was WTOWTO
Discipl...
OPENING OF OPPORTUNITIESOPENING OF OPPORTUNITIES
The opportunities for exports is enormousThe opportunities for exports is...
OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITEDOPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED
Globalization of food industry has not onlyGlobalization of food industry h...
WHY UNLIMITEDWHY UNLIMITED
OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIA ?OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIA ?
Global Food TradeGlobal Food Trade
–– Increa...
IN THE PROCESSIN THE PROCESS
Quick Transformation sets in the IndianQuick Transformation sets in the Indian
food industry,...
THE ALIGNMENTTHE ALIGNMENT
 Selection n control of quality rawSelection n control of quality raw
materials for the food i...
THE ALIGNMENT – Cont.. 2THE ALIGNMENT – Cont.. 2
 Global investments to flow in to theGlobal investments to flow in to th...
THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..3THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..3
 Strengthen knowledge base & bring inStrengthen knowledge base & bring in
...
THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..4THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..4
 Raw products – Processed ProductsRaw products – Processed Products
better...
GLOBALIZATION’S GLOBAL IMPACTGLOBALIZATION’S GLOBAL IMPACT
“Opinion Poll”“Opinion Poll”
OPTIMISTS –OPTIMISTS –
““See more ...
THE GLOBAL IMPACTTHE GLOBAL IMPACT
- INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY -- INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY -
“Optimistic View”“Optimistic View”
 I...
THE GLOBAL IMPACTTHE GLOBAL IMPACT
- INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY -- INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY -
“Optimistic View” Contd.“Optimistic Vi...
THE GLOBAL IMPACTTHE GLOBAL IMPACT
“Pessimists View”“Pessimists View”
o uneven development in diff. sectors of fooduneven ...
SOME FACTSSOME FACTS
 General perception is that Globalization isGeneral perception is that Globalization is
only for urb...
SOME FACTSSOME FACTS
 Rural and semi-urban places has all theRural and semi-urban places has all the
processed foods mfd....
SOME FACTSSOME FACTS
 Some or all best packaging lamination,Some or all best packaging lamination,
molding and printing a...
SOME FACTSSOME FACTS
 The high performance homogenizers weThe high performance homogenizers we
use are all leading brand ...
WE CANNOT DENY THE IMPACTWE CANNOT DENY THE IMPACT
Yes – We all have to Agree,Yes – We all have to Agree,
Globalization ha...
IT’S ON ….IT’S ON ….
 THE PROCESS GLOBALIZATIONTHE PROCESS GLOBALIZATION
GOES ON & MAY BECOME EVENGOES ON & MAY BECOME EV...
CAUTION ON GLOBALIZATIONCAUTION ON GLOBALIZATION
Accept it judiciously &Accept it judiciously &
identify where benefits ca...
MY PERSONAL VIEWMY PERSONAL VIEW
People across the globe cheer-upPeople across the globe cheer-up
their beloved on Valenti...
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THANK YOUTHANK YOU
INTRODUCTION TOINTRODUCTION TO
CENTRE FOR PROCESSED FOODSCENTRE FOR PROCESSED FOODS
(CPF)(CPF)
CENTRE FOR PROCESSEDCENTRE FOR PROCESSED
FOODS (CPF)FOODS (CPF)
BANGALOREBANGALORE
NO. 605, 62NO. 605, 62NDND
CROSS, 2CROS...
Established in 1991Established in 1991
A REGISTERED SOCIETYA REGISTERED SOCIETY
CPF IS A NON – GOVERNMENTCPF IS A NON – GOVERNMENT
– NON PROFIT– NON PROFIT
ORGAN...
MISSION STATEMENTMISSION STATEMENT
CPF IS WORKING WITH A MISSIONCPF IS WORKING WITH A MISSION
““TO PROMOTE THE DEVEVELOPME...
STRUCUTURE OF THESTRUCUTURE OF THE
ORGANISATIONORGANISATION
 GENERAL BODY – COMPRISED OF 8 MEMBERSGENERAL BODY – COMPRISE...
TODAY CPF IS 16 YEARS OLDTODAY CPF IS 16 YEARS OLD
During its Maiden service to foodDuring its Maiden service to food
indu...
PROFILE OF ITSPROFILE OF ITS
TECHNICAL SERVICESTECHNICAL SERVICES
1.1. PROJECT RELATED SERVICESPROJECT RELATED SERVICES
2....
PROJECT RELATED SERVICESPROJECT RELATED SERVICES
1.1. Turnkey Project Consultancy ServicesTurnkey Project Consultancy Serv...
TECHNICAL SERVICESTECHNICAL SERVICES
 Technology Transfers (150 product know-how’s & 25 processTechnology Transfers (150 ...
MANAGEMENT & HUMANMANAGEMENT & HUMAN
RESOURCES SERVICESRESOURCES SERVICES
 Advanced Counseling in food Business &Advanced...
STRENGTHS OF CPFSTRENGTHS OF CPF
 Excellent networking capabilities in the agroExcellent networking capabilities in the a...
CPF STRENGTHS CONTD..,CPF STRENGTHS CONTD..,
 CPF has expertise and exposureCPF has expertise and exposure
working in rur...
CPF IS KNOW FOR ITS FIRSTCPF IS KNOW FOR ITS FIRST
TIME CONCEPT SERVICESTIME CONCEPT SERVICES
1.1. Cpf was know to be the ...
CPF & MEMBERSHIPSCPF & MEMBERSHIPS
UNDER CATAGORIES :UNDER CATAGORIES :
1.1. ASSOCIATE MEMBERASSOCIATE MEMBER
2.2. DONOR M...
TECHNOLOGIES & PRODUCTTECHNOLOGIES & PRODUCT
KNOW HOWS OFFEREDKNOW HOWS OFFERED
 Ready Sambar Mix / Masala*Ready Sambar M...
 Jaljeera Powder*Jaljeera Powder*
 Instant Gulab Jamun powder*Instant Gulab Jamun powder*
 Instant Jilebi powder*Instan...
 Instant Lime TeaInstant Lime Tea
 Blended Tea Powders in diff. flavoursBlended Tea Powders in diff. flavours
 Instant ...
 Ready Pudina Chutney Powder*Ready Pudina Chutney Powder*
 Ready Bitter gourd chutney powder*Ready Bitter gourd chutney ...
 All kinds of pickles – Including Andhra Style pickles*All kinds of pickles – Including Andhra Style pickles*
 All baker...
 Herbal PedaHerbal Peda
 Herbal BurfiHerbal Burfi
 Vit. A and Iron Fortified Peda & Burfi*Vit. A and Iron Fortified Ped...
 All kinds of Protein powders*, for General use, kids,All kinds of Protein powders*, for General use, kids,
Geriatrics, S...
 Ragi Based vermicelli Ragi Based dried products – ReadyRagi Based vermicelli Ragi Based dried products – Ready
to Fry.to...
 Instant Khamam Dhokla Mix*Instant Khamam Dhokla Mix*
 Methi Dhokla MixMethi Dhokla Mix
 Palak Dhokla MixPalak Dhokla M...
 Prawn pickles*Prawn pickles*
 Surmai fish pickle*Surmai fish pickle*
 Tuna fish pickle*Tuna fish pickle*
 Sardines fi...
TECHNOLOGY / PRODUCTTECHNOLOGY / PRODUCT
REPORTS OFFERED BY CPFREPORTS OFFERED BY CPF

AMARANTH PROCESSINGAMARANTH PROCES...
 FRUIT JELLYFRUIT JELLY
 FRUIT PICKLEFRUIT PICKLE
 GALGAL FRUIT PROCESSINGGALGAL FRUIT PROCESSING
 MINIMALLY PROCESSED...
 SOLAR DEHYDRATION OF FRUIT & VEGETABLESSOLAR DEHYDRATION OF FRUIT & VEGETABLES
 SORGHUM PROCESSINGSORGHUM PROCESSING
 ...
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  1. 1. IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATIONIMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRYON INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY 1515thth Feb. 2007Feb. 2007 BYBY CHETAN L. HANCHATECHETAN L. HANCHATE DY. GENERAL MANAGERDY. GENERAL MANAGER CENTRE FOR PROCESSED FOODS (CPF)CENTRE FOR PROCESSED FOODS (CPF) BANGALOREBANGALORE cpf@vsnl.comcpf@vsnl.com
  2. 2. GLOBALIZATION ??GLOBALIZATION ?? I would like to put it as,I would like to put it as, ““process of economic integrationprocess of economic integration of the entire world through theof the entire world through the removal of barriers to free traderemoval of barriers to free trade and capital mobility, as well asand capital mobility, as well as diffusion of knowledge &diffusion of knowledge & information”information”
  3. 3. NATURE OF GLOBALIZATIONNATURE OF GLOBALIZATION It is aIt is a historical processhistorical process – Driven by mainly– Driven by mainly technological developments and thetechnological developments and the impact of the process varies in differentimpact of the process varies in different countries and in different sectorscountries and in different sectors differentlydifferently.. The said globalization process has gatheredThe said globalization process has gathered speed in a huge scale during the last twospeed in a huge scale during the last two decades, owing to rapid changes in thedecades, owing to rapid changes in the technologies.technologies.
  4. 4. HOW DID GLOBALIZATIONHOW DID GLOBALIZATION STARTED ?STARTED ? Since the beginning of GATT AgreementsSince the beginning of GATT Agreements there has been a gradual liberalization ofthere has been a gradual liberalization of world trade more so since the eighties.world trade more so since the eighties. The recent WTO Agreements, which includesThe recent WTO Agreements, which includes disciplines in new areas like Services,disciplines in new areas like Services, Textiles & Intellectual property have givenTextiles & Intellectual property have given a fillip to world Trade.a fillip to world Trade.
  5. 5. GLOBALIZATIONGLOBALIZATION - INDIAN FRONT -- INDIAN FRONT - In the early 90’s following a major foreignIn the early 90’s following a major foreign exchange crisis which dragged the Indianexchange crisis which dragged the Indian economy close toeconomy close to defaultingdefaulting on loans,on loans, Reforms were introduced, the IndianReforms were introduced, the Indian economy waseconomy was opened upopened up and the processand the process of Liberalization started.of Liberalization started. India embracedIndia embraced Economic ReformsEconomic Reforms, including, including trade Liberalization to strengthen and maketrade Liberalization to strengthen and make Indian industry competitive.Indian industry competitive.
  6. 6. IMPACT ON FOOD INDUSTRYIMPACT ON FOOD INDUSTRY The globalization haveThe globalization have profound impactprofound impact, not, not only on food industry but on all otheronly on food industry but on all other related industries in India.related industries in India. But the impact on food industry was moreBut the impact on food industry was more pronounced and its significance is greaterpronounced and its significance is greater because,because, It is directly related to our agricultural sectorIt is directly related to our agricultural sector and economy. This has posedand economy. This has posed challengeschallenges but also opened up enormousbut also opened up enormous opportunitiesopportunities to do business.to do business.
  7. 7. WTO CHALLANGESWTO CHALLANGES Main challenge to the food industry wasMain challenge to the food industry was WTOWTO DisciplinesDisciplines - they were being enforced- they were being enforced earlier also by individual countries,earlier also by individual countries, 1.1. Sanitary & Phytosanitary Standards (SPS)Sanitary & Phytosanitary Standards (SPS) && 1.1. Technical Barriers for Trade (TBT)Technical Barriers for Trade (TBT).. Indian Food industry has been able toIndian Food industry has been able to respond diligently to these two challengesrespond diligently to these two challenges by gearing up its activities toby gearing up its activities to complycomply withwith these requirements.these requirements.
  8. 8. OPENING OF OPPORTUNITIESOPENING OF OPPORTUNITIES The opportunities for exports is enormousThe opportunities for exports is enormous with Indian industry adopting towith Indian industry adopting to disciplinediscipline in food trade, but the trade has to conformin food trade, but the trade has to conform to CODEX Guidelines like – HACCP / ISOto CODEX Guidelines like – HACCP / ISO regime – and now many others !regime – and now many others ! Major part of the industry has been and stillMajor part of the industry has been and still continue to mfg. and cater to the domesticcontinue to mfg. and cater to the domestic or regional markets.or regional markets. Indian Strengths – low cost of raw materials,Indian Strengths – low cost of raw materials, labor, manufacturing talent and access tolabor, manufacturing talent and access to technology.technology.
  9. 9. OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITEDOPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED Globalization of food industry has not onlyGlobalization of food industry has not only opened unlimited opportunities but alsoopened unlimited opportunities but also helped food industry to appreciate andhelped food industry to appreciate and absorb world standards in terms of foodabsorb world standards in terms of food safety etc. and thus tosafety etc. and thus to transform itself !transform itself ! Indian food industry has responded – butIndian food industry has responded – but not as expected, inspite of having greatnot as expected, inspite of having great strengths to take an increasing share ofstrengths to take an increasing share of world trade.world trade. You know that our food industry is alwaysYou know that our food industry is always been abeen a reactive rather proactive.reactive rather proactive.
  10. 10. WHY UNLIMITEDWHY UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIA ?OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIA ? Global Food TradeGlobal Food Trade –– Increase IN TRADE many fold due to increase in global income levels,Increase IN TRADE many fold due to increase in global income levels, –– Global GROWING population; looking at NUTRITIOUS & SAFE foods,Global GROWING population; looking at NUTRITIOUS & SAFE foods, –– Liking for NEWER foods, CHANGE in taste habits,Liking for NEWER foods, CHANGE in taste habits, –– Immense influence of MULTI LATERAL CULTURE / ART,Immense influence of MULTI LATERAL CULTURE / ART, –– TRANS NATIONAL MOVEMENT of capital goods n people; easier n faster,TRANS NATIONAL MOVEMENT of capital goods n people; easier n faster, –– Easy ACCESS to information's on global markets n TRENDS,Easy ACCESS to information's on global markets n TRENDS, –– Easy n fast flow of information's through INTERNET,Easy n fast flow of information's through INTERNET, –– Cross border mergers / acquisitions / investments,Cross border mergers / acquisitions / investments, –– Selection n fast flow of TECHNOLOGY ACROSS the borders,Selection n fast flow of TECHNOLOGY ACROSS the borders, –– ACCESS OF MARKETS of developed countries by developing countries,ACCESS OF MARKETS of developed countries by developing countries, –– ABUNDANT agricultural raw material n labor in India,ABUNDANT agricultural raw material n labor in India,
  11. 11. IN THE PROCESSIN THE PROCESS Quick Transformation sets in the IndianQuick Transformation sets in the Indian food industry,food industry, To face the globalization, Food industryTo face the globalization, Food industry had tohad to alignalign itself on several fronts,itself on several fronts, What are they ?What are they ?
  12. 12. THE ALIGNMENTTHE ALIGNMENT  Selection n control of quality rawSelection n control of quality raw materials for the food industrymaterials for the food industry –– backward integration,backward integration,  Up gradation and adoption of newUp gradation and adoption of new technologies in main stream activitytechnologies in main stream activity and also in ancillary industries,and also in ancillary industries,  Efforts by the Govt. (MFPI) on policyEfforts by the Govt. (MFPI) on policy changes and schemes of assistance,changes and schemes of assistance,
  13. 13. THE ALIGNMENT – Cont.. 2THE ALIGNMENT – Cont.. 2  Global investments to flow in to theGlobal investments to flow in to the food industries,food industries,  Joint ventures, collaborations, handJoint ventures, collaborations, hand shakes with global companies on manyshakes with global companies on many fronts,fronts,  Open to knowledge sharing, exchange,Open to knowledge sharing, exchange,  Technology transfers and protection ofTechnology transfers and protection of intellectual property,intellectual property,
  14. 14. THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..3THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..3  Strengthen knowledge base & bring inStrengthen knowledge base & bring in more qualified food technologists,more qualified food technologists,  Boost to R&D, Product Devpt, QualityBoost to R&D, Product Devpt, Quality Control activities,Control activities,  Promotion of entrepreneurship - smallPromotion of entrepreneurship - small n multinational companies to expand,n multinational companies to expand,  Change in Funding pattern – VentureChange in Funding pattern – Venture Capital for food business,Capital for food business,
  15. 15. THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..4THE ALIGNMENT – Cont..4  Raw products – Processed ProductsRaw products – Processed Products better value, (Apeda)better value, (Apeda)  modernization of Supply Chain andmodernization of Supply Chain and distribution of foods,distribution of foods,  Dramatic change in concept ofDramatic change in concept of Retailing,Retailing,  Alignment of food laws with theAlignment of food laws with the global,global,
  16. 16. GLOBALIZATION’S GLOBAL IMPACTGLOBALIZATION’S GLOBAL IMPACT “Opinion Poll”“Opinion Poll” OPTIMISTS –OPTIMISTS – ““See more diversification, better lifeSee more diversification, better life for all”for all” PESSIMISTS –PESSIMISTS – ““see increased interdependence assee increased interdependence as destructive trend”destructive trend”
  17. 17. THE GLOBAL IMPACTTHE GLOBAL IMPACT - INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY -- INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY - “Optimistic View”“Optimistic View”  Improvement n New Technologies,Improvement n New Technologies,  Harmonization of Food LawsHarmonization of Food Laws  Demand n convergence of newer diets,Demand n convergence of newer diets,  Inward Investment flow for food business,Inward Investment flow for food business,  Demand for quality and hygiene,Demand for quality and hygiene,  Accept tans-national business,Accept tans-national business,  Quantum jump in domestic food markets,Quantum jump in domestic food markets,  Decline in pricing & increased imports,Decline in pricing & increased imports,  Sets in new trends in food packing n retailSets in new trends in food packing n retail trade,trade,
  18. 18. THE GLOBAL IMPACTTHE GLOBAL IMPACT - INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY -- INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY - “Optimistic View” Contd.“Optimistic View” Contd.  Better remuneration n assurance toBetter remuneration n assurance to farming community,farming community,  Empowering small food industries andEmpowering small food industries and producers to grow,producers to grow,  Better Urban n Rural living,Better Urban n Rural living,  Over all to mention Globalization hasOver all to mention Globalization has profound impact towards greaterprofound impact towards greater development n competitiveness of thedevelopment n competitiveness of the Indian food industry.Indian food industry.
  19. 19. THE GLOBAL IMPACTTHE GLOBAL IMPACT “Pessimists View”“Pessimists View” o uneven development in diff. sectors of fooduneven development in diff. sectors of food business,business, o infra-structural mismatches,infra-structural mismatches, o immense pressure on small n un organizedimmense pressure on small n un organized units,units, o exposure of small farmers to unscrupulousexposure of small farmers to unscrupulous trade,trade, o pressure on traditional foods,pressure on traditional foods, o chasing the technologies – of developedchasing the technologies – of developed nations,nations,
  20. 20. SOME FACTSSOME FACTS  General perception is that Globalization isGeneral perception is that Globalization is only for urban areas, not for rural India !only for urban areas, not for rural India ! --- Disagree ------ Disagree ---  Eg. Max. nos. of Benz cars are sold inEg. Max. nos. of Benz cars are sold in Punjab which is food growing bowlPunjab which is food growing bowl (farmers) of India !?(farmers) of India !?  Other rural places many farmers nowOther rural places many farmers now move in cars who were on bikes and manymove in cars who were on bikes and many on bikes who were on cycles !on bikes who were on cycles !
  21. 21. SOME FACTSSOME FACTS  Rural and semi-urban places has all theRural and semi-urban places has all the processed foods mfd. On global andprocessed foods mfd. On global and imported machines n technologies Eg.imported machines n technologies Eg. Milk, Kurkure, Leys, Chocolates, Biscuits,Milk, Kurkure, Leys, Chocolates, Biscuits, Ice creams, Haldirams snacks etc !Ice creams, Haldirams snacks etc !  The rice that we all eat n export – milledThe rice that we all eat n export – milled on Buhler machines n now many haveon Buhler machines n now many have Satake machines - world leaders in highSatake machines - world leaders in high performance rice milling !performance rice milling !
  22. 22. SOME FACTSSOME FACTS  Some or all best packaging lamination,Some or all best packaging lamination, molding and printing are done withmolding and printing are done with imported machines n inks !.imported machines n inks !.  All high end instrumentation in processAll high end instrumentation in process controls and analysis are on globalcontrols and analysis are on global machines - we use global brands or withmachines - we use global brands or with foreign collaboration !.foreign collaboration !.  The refrigeration compressors we use areThe refrigeration compressors we use are all global brands / collaborated mfd. withall global brands / collaborated mfd. with global brands !global brands !
  23. 23. SOME FACTSSOME FACTS  The high performance homogenizers weThe high performance homogenizers we use are all leading brand !use are all leading brand !  Some of the new concept foods, drinksSome of the new concept foods, drinks that we are enjoying are global foods orthat we are enjoying are global foods or fusion foods !fusion foods !  Diffusion of technologies with localDiffusion of technologies with local variations led to many improvements invariations led to many improvements in our standards.our standards.
  24. 24. WE CANNOT DENY THE IMPACTWE CANNOT DENY THE IMPACT Yes – We all have to Agree,Yes – We all have to Agree, Globalization has penetrated our day-Globalization has penetrated our day- to-day lives, and has become anto-day lives, and has become an irreversible part of our lives in Rural,irreversible part of our lives in Rural, Semi-Rural and Urban population,Semi-Rural and Urban population, THROUGH THE MOST DYNEMICTHROUGH THE MOST DYNEMIC INDIAN FOOD INDUSTRYINDIAN FOOD INDUSTRY
  25. 25. IT’S ON ….IT’S ON ….  THE PROCESS GLOBALIZATIONTHE PROCESS GLOBALIZATION GOES ON & MAY BECOME EVENGOES ON & MAY BECOME EVEN FASTERFASTER IN THE COMING YEARS !IN THE COMING YEARS !  WE HAVE TO ACCEPT & PROFITWE HAVE TO ACCEPT & PROFIT BY IT.BY IT.
  26. 26. CAUTION ON GLOBALIZATIONCAUTION ON GLOBALIZATION Accept it judiciously &Accept it judiciously & identify where benefits canidentify where benefits can be derived or accrue both inbe derived or accrue both in the short and long period nthe short and long period n plan to take advantage.plan to take advantage.
  27. 27. MY PERSONAL VIEWMY PERSONAL VIEW People across the globe cheer-upPeople across the globe cheer-up their beloved on Valentines Daytheir beloved on Valentines Day withwith Indian FlowersIndian Flowers !! Why not we make them to celebrateWhy not we make them to celebrate their festivals with ourtheir festivals with our PayasmPayasm ??
  28. 28. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... THANK YOUTHANK YOU
  29. 29. INTRODUCTION TOINTRODUCTION TO CENTRE FOR PROCESSED FOODSCENTRE FOR PROCESSED FOODS (CPF)(CPF)
  30. 30. CENTRE FOR PROCESSEDCENTRE FOR PROCESSED FOODS (CPF)FOODS (CPF) BANGALOREBANGALORE NO. 605, 62NO. 605, 62NDND CROSS, 2CROSS, 2NDND FLOORFLOOR 6262NDND CROSS, 5CROSS, 5THTH BLOCK RAJAJINAGAR, NEAR BASHYAMBLOCK RAJAJINAGAR, NEAR BASHYAM CIRCLE, BANGALORE – 560010, INDIACIRCLE, BANGALORE – 560010, INDIA PH : 23410744, 23148070, FAX : 23140744PH : 23410744, 23148070, FAX : 23140744 CELL : 9845048549CELL : 9845048549 EMAIL : cpf@vsnl.comEMAIL : cpf@vsnl.com
  31. 31. Established in 1991Established in 1991
  32. 32. A REGISTERED SOCIETYA REGISTERED SOCIETY CPF IS A NON – GOVERNMENTCPF IS A NON – GOVERNMENT – NON PROFIT– NON PROFIT ORGANISATION –ORGANISATION – REGISTERED UNDER THEREGISTERED UNDER THE REGISTRAR OF SOCIETIESREGISTRAR OF SOCIETIES ACT.ACT.
  33. 33. MISSION STATEMENTMISSION STATEMENT CPF IS WORKING WITH A MISSIONCPF IS WORKING WITH A MISSION ““TO PROMOTE THE DEVEVELOPMENTTO PROMOTE THE DEVEVELOPMENT & GROWTH OF A STRONG AND MODERN& GROWTH OF A STRONG AND MODERN FOOD INDUSTRY IN INDIA”FOOD INDUSTRY IN INDIA”
  34. 34. STRUCUTURE OF THESTRUCUTURE OF THE ORGANISATIONORGANISATION  GENERAL BODY – COMPRISED OF 8 MEMBERSGENERAL BODY – COMPRISED OF 8 MEMBERS  GOVERNING BOARD – COMPRISED OF 7 MEMBERSGOVERNING BOARD – COMPRISED OF 7 MEMBERS  EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE – COMPRISED OF 6 MEMBERSEXECUTIVE COMMITTEE – COMPRISED OF 6 MEMBERS  DIRECTOR – MR. P.P. PRABHU, Retd. IAS,DIRECTOR – MR. P.P. PRABHU, Retd. IAS,  CEO – MR. CHETAN L. HANCHATE – FOOD TECHNOLOGIST &CEO – MR. CHETAN L. HANCHATE – FOOD TECHNOLOGIST & MBAMBA  EXECUTIVES – COMPRISED OF TWO TECHNICAL PERSONSEXECUTIVES – COMPRISED OF TWO TECHNICAL PERSONS  ACCOUNTS AND ADMINISTRATION STAFF – ONE STAFFACCOUNTS AND ADMINISTRATION STAFF – ONE STAFF
  35. 35. TODAY CPF IS 16 YEARS OLDTODAY CPF IS 16 YEARS OLD During its Maiden service to foodDuring its Maiden service to food industry CPF is now known asindustry CPF is now known as ““AN INDUSTRYAN INDUSTRY && ENTREPRENEUR FRIENDLYENTREPRENEUR FRIENDLY ORGANISATION”ORGANISATION” IN INDIAN FOOD BUSINESS.IN INDIAN FOOD BUSINESS.
  36. 36. PROFILE OF ITSPROFILE OF ITS TECHNICAL SERVICESTECHNICAL SERVICES 1.1. PROJECT RELATED SERVICESPROJECT RELATED SERVICES 2.2. TECHNICAL SERVICESTECHNICAL SERVICES 3.3. MANAGEMENT & HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICESMANAGEMENT & HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES Can be divided into three divisions
  37. 37. PROJECT RELATED SERVICESPROJECT RELATED SERVICES 1.1. Turnkey Project Consultancy ServicesTurnkey Project Consultancy Services 2.2. Preparation of project, feasibility, and technical reports.Preparation of project, feasibility, and technical reports. 3.3. Preparation of financial projectionsPreparation of financial projections 4.4. Costing related services,Costing related services, 5.5. Arranging venture capital and term loan funding for theArranging venture capital and term loan funding for the projects etc.projects etc. 6.6. Preparation of plant layouts, machinery layouts, manpowerPreparation of plant layouts, machinery layouts, manpower movement, material movements,movement, material movements, 7.7. Assistance for contract manufacturing tie ups for allAssistance for contract manufacturing tie ups for all processed foodsprocessed foods 8.8. Assistance in establishing Food Parks and Food IncubatorsAssistance in establishing Food Parks and Food Incubators 9.9. Assistance in franchising and setting up concept restaurants,Assistance in franchising and setting up concept restaurants, central kitchens etccentral kitchens etc 10.10. Turnkey assistance in setting up of kitchens for all kinds ofTurnkey assistance in setting up of kitchens for all kinds of hotels, Canteens etchotels, Canteens etc
  38. 38. TECHNICAL SERVICESTECHNICAL SERVICES  Technology Transfers (150 product know-how’s & 25 processTechnology Transfers (150 product know-how’s & 25 process technologies)technologies)  Product & Process development & standardization &Product & Process development & standardization & commercializationcommercialization  New product development and commercializationNew product development and commercialization  Implementation of HACCP, ISO, BRC and GMP relatedImplementation of HACCP, ISO, BRC and GMP related  Various types of auditing services on technical frontsVarious types of auditing services on technical fronts  Problem solving in process, product and quality relatedProblem solving in process, product and quality related  Nutritional labeling and development of packaging designNutritional labeling and development of packaging design  Guidance on selection of packaging and packaging solutionsGuidance on selection of packaging and packaging solutions
  39. 39. MANAGEMENT & HUMANMANAGEMENT & HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICESRESOURCES SERVICES  Advanced Counseling in food Business &Advanced Counseling in food Business & Manpower TrainingManpower Training  Offering placement assistance to foodOffering placement assistance to food professionals in food industriesprofessionals in food industries  Organize Workshops, Seminars, ConferenceOrganize Workshops, Seminars, Conference and Expositions related to Food Processing.and Expositions related to Food Processing.
  40. 40. STRENGTHS OF CPFSTRENGTHS OF CPF  Excellent networking capabilities in the agroExcellent networking capabilities in the agro food industries, professionals, institutions offood industries, professionals, institutions of repute and Govt. organizationsrepute and Govt. organizations  Excellent domain where CPF can work onExcellent domain where CPF can work on diverse areas instead focusing on onediverse areas instead focusing on one particular area of food technologyparticular area of food technology  Experts from CPF represents on variousExperts from CPF represents on various important committees of topical interests.important committees of topical interests.  CPF have been popular as an organizationCPF have been popular as an organization who could be approached by very smallwho could be approached by very small entrepreneur to very large scale industries.entrepreneur to very large scale industries.
  41. 41. CPF STRENGTHS CONTD..,CPF STRENGTHS CONTD..,  CPF has expertise and exposureCPF has expertise and exposure working in rural enterprises to largeworking in rural enterprises to large corporate houses,corporate houses,  CPF is known for delivering timelyCPF is known for delivering timely services with very practical way & onservices with very practical way & on most professional lines,most professional lines,  CPF networks and engages expertsCPF networks and engages experts from the field on need basis,from the field on need basis,  The people involved in CPF areThe people involved in CPF are innovative in their work style andinnovative in their work style and comes out with solutions for allcomes out with solutions for all problems innovatively,problems innovatively,
  42. 42. CPF IS KNOW FOR ITS FIRSTCPF IS KNOW FOR ITS FIRST TIME CONCEPT SERVICESTIME CONCEPT SERVICES 1.1. Cpf was know to be the first organization to bring in theCpf was know to be the first organization to bring in the concept of common service facility in food industries like;concept of common service facility in food industries like; 2.2. Food business incubatorsFood business incubators 3.3. Common product development facilityCommon product development facility 4.4. Common analytical & quality control service facility.Common analytical & quality control service facility. 5.5. Introducing and promoting the adoption of HACCP – FoodIntroducing and promoting the adoption of HACCP – Food safety system first time in Indian Food Industrysafety system first time in Indian Food Industry 6.6. Training first few experts in India on HACCP, andTraining first few experts in India on HACCP, and implementation of HACCP and designing a model workimplementation of HACCP and designing a model work process for implementation of HACCP in India.process for implementation of HACCP in India. 7.7. Organizing & bringing in industry and research scientistsOrganizing & bringing in industry and research scientists under one roof for interactions through organizing seminars,under one roof for interactions through organizing seminars, workshops, summits, conferences, expositions etc on bothworkshops, summits, conferences, expositions etc on both national and international level.national and international level. 8.8. Starting first time a specialized placement / recruitmentStarting first time a specialized placement / recruitment services for food professionals in Indian Food Industry.services for food professionals in Indian Food Industry.
  43. 43. CPF & MEMBERSHIPSCPF & MEMBERSHIPS UNDER CATAGORIES :UNDER CATAGORIES : 1.1. ASSOCIATE MEMBERASSOCIATE MEMBER 2.2. DONOR MEMBERDONOR MEMBER 3.3. PATRON MEMBERPATRON MEMBER - Write us for more details on this -- Write us for more details on this -
  44. 44. TECHNOLOGIES & PRODUCTTECHNOLOGIES & PRODUCT KNOW HOWS OFFEREDKNOW HOWS OFFERED  Ready Sambar Mix / Masala*Ready Sambar Mix / Masala*  Ready Rasam Mix / Masala*Ready Rasam Mix / Masala*  Ready Puliogre Mix / Masala*Ready Puliogre Mix / Masala*  Ready Vangibath Mix / Masala*Ready Vangibath Mix / Masala*  Ready Bisibele bath Mix / Masala*Ready Bisibele bath Mix / Masala*  Ready Vattakolumbu Powder*Ready Vattakolumbu Powder*  Ready Chicken Masala Powder*Ready Chicken Masala Powder*  Ready Mutton Masala Powder*Ready Mutton Masala Powder*  Ready Kebab Masala Powder*Ready Kebab Masala Powder*  Ready Fish Curry Masala PowderReady Fish Curry Masala Powder  Ready Veg. Biriyani Masala Powder*Ready Veg. Biriyani Masala Powder*  Ready Veg. Pulav Masala Powder*Ready Veg. Pulav Masala Powder*  Ready Mutton / Chicken Biriyani Masala Powder*Ready Mutton / Chicken Biriyani Masala Powder*  Ready Garam Masala Powder*Ready Garam Masala Powder*  Ready Chat Masala PowderReady Chat Masala Powder  Ready Brinjal Masala Powder*Ready Brinjal Masala Powder*  Ready Taste MakerReady Taste Maker  Ready Pickle masala mix powder*Ready Pickle masala mix powder*  Ready Noodles Masala Powder*Ready Noodles Masala Powder*  Kanda (onion) Lasun (garlic) Masala / Powder*Kanda (onion) Lasun (garlic) Masala / Powder*
  45. 45.  Jaljeera Powder*Jaljeera Powder*  Instant Gulab Jamun powder*Instant Gulab Jamun powder*  Instant Jilebi powder*Instant Jilebi powder*  Instant Badam Milk powder*Instant Badam Milk powder*  Instant Egg less cake powder*Instant Egg less cake powder*  Instant Omlet MixInstant Omlet Mix  Instant Basundi Powder*Instant Basundi Powder*  Instant Kulfi mix Powder*Instant Kulfi mix Powder*  Instant Custard powder*Instant Custard powder*  Instant Ice cream powder*Instant Ice cream powder*  Instant Jelly powder – Vegetarian*Instant Jelly powder – Vegetarian*  Instant Fruit Juice powdersInstant Fruit Juice powders  Instant Herbal Fizz Type juice powder*Instant Herbal Fizz Type juice powder*  Instant Udid Vada Mix powder*Instant Udid Vada Mix powder*  Instant Masala Vada Mix powder*Instant Masala Vada Mix powder*  Instant Bajji bonda Mix powder*Instant Bajji bonda Mix powder*  Instant Rava Idli MixInstant Rava Idli Mix  Instant Dosa Mix*Instant Dosa Mix*  Instant Rava Dosa Mix*Instant Rava Dosa Mix*  Instant Idli Mix*Instant Idli Mix*  Instant Chakli Mix*Instant Chakli Mix*  Instant Glucose Powder in diff. Flavours*Instant Glucose Powder in diff. Flavours*  Instant Gobi Manchurian Mix / Kit*Instant Gobi Manchurian Mix / Kit*
  46. 46.  Instant Lime TeaInstant Lime Tea  Blended Tea Powders in diff. flavoursBlended Tea Powders in diff. flavours  Instant Sweet corn Veg. Soup mix*Instant Sweet corn Veg. Soup mix*  Instant Tomato Soup Mix*Instant Tomato Soup Mix*  Instant Sweet corn vegetable Soup Mix*Instant Sweet corn vegetable Soup Mix*  Instant Softie Ice cream Mix*Instant Softie Ice cream Mix*  Ginger Garlic Paste*Ginger Garlic Paste*  Ginger Paste*Ginger Paste*  Garlic Paste*Garlic Paste*  Ginger, Garlic and Green Chilly paste*Ginger, Garlic and Green Chilly paste*  Green chilli paste*Green chilli paste*  Red chilli paste*Red chilli paste*  Tamarind paste*Tamarind paste*  Cooking paste -Green paste, Regular, Tomato based / TamarindCooking paste -Green paste, Regular, Tomato based / Tamarind based*based*  Curry paste*Curry paste*  Cooking saucesCooking sauces
  47. 47.  Ready Pudina Chutney Powder*Ready Pudina Chutney Powder*  Ready Bitter gourd chutney powder*Ready Bitter gourd chutney powder*  Ready Palak chutney powder*Ready Palak chutney powder*  Ready Green chilly chutney powder*Ready Green chilly chutney powder*  Ready Red chilly chutney powder*Ready Red chilly chutney powder*  Ready Garlic chutney powder*Ready Garlic chutney powder*  Ready Onion chutney powder*Ready Onion chutney powder*  Ready Tomato chutney powder*Ready Tomato chutney powder*  Ready Amla chutney powder*Ready Amla chutney powder*  Ready Mixed Masala chutney powder*Ready Mixed Masala chutney powder*  Ready curry leaves chutney powder*Ready curry leaves chutney powder*  Ready Linseed chutney powder*Ready Linseed chutney powder*  Ready Methi chutney powder*Ready Methi chutney powder*
  48. 48.  All kinds of pickles – Including Andhra Style pickles*All kinds of pickles – Including Andhra Style pickles*  All bakery products - Bread, bun, cakes, pastries,All bakery products - Bread, bun, cakes, pastries, cookies, biscuits, cup cake, rusks, puffs, etc*cookies, biscuits, cup cake, rusks, puffs, etc*  Spicy Snack products like Coated and deep oil friedSpicy Snack products like Coated and deep oil fried Peanuts, Almonds, cashews, raisins, green peas,Peanuts, Almonds, cashews, raisins, green peas, kabuli (chick peas), etc*kabuli (chick peas), etc*  Sugar coated nuts like the above*Sugar coated nuts like the above*  Roasted nuts with spicing, Fried green peas, kabuli,Roasted nuts with spicing, Fried green peas, kabuli, channa, etc*channa, etc*  Corn Flakes based chewda*Corn Flakes based chewda*  Potato Chips*Potato Chips*  Tapioca Chips*Tapioca Chips*  Banana Chips*Banana Chips*  Jack Fruit ChipsJack Fruit Chips  Packed - Ready to Eat - Gulab Jamoons in StandyPacked - Ready to Eat - Gulab Jamoons in Standy pouches - 4/5 in a pack*pouches - 4/5 in a pack*  Marination paste*Marination paste*
  49. 49.  Herbal PedaHerbal Peda  Herbal BurfiHerbal Burfi  Vit. A and Iron Fortified Peda & Burfi*Vit. A and Iron Fortified Peda & Burfi*  Flavoured Vermicilli - Cardamom and Kheer (Payasam)Flavoured Vermicilli - Cardamom and Kheer (Payasam) Flavoured*Flavoured*  Pulav / Biriyani Flavoured vermicelli*Pulav / Biriyani Flavoured vermicelli*  Cooking NoodlesCooking Noodles  Tamarind based Lollypop - Chigali*Tamarind based Lollypop - Chigali*  All kinds of Fruit based, syrups, RTS drinks*, squashes*, jams*,All kinds of Fruit based, syrups, RTS drinks*, squashes*, jams*, jellies*, nectars, marmalade*, blended juices,jellies*, nectars, marmalade*, blended juices,  Gulkan ManufacturingGulkan Manufacturing  All kinds of udid and Rice based papads*All kinds of udid and Rice based papads*  Scented Supari*, Sugar coated saunf* etcScented Supari*, Sugar coated saunf* etc  Tender Coconut Sauce and Ketchup*Tender Coconut Sauce and Ketchup*  Tomato Sauce and Ketchup*Tomato Sauce and Ketchup*  Tender Coconut Jam and Jelly*Tender Coconut Jam and Jelly*
  50. 50.  All kinds of Protein powders*, for General use, kids,All kinds of Protein powders*, for General use, kids, Geriatrics, Sports, Oeteophorosis, WeightGeriatrics, Sports, Oeteophorosis, Weight Management, cardiovascular etcManagement, cardiovascular etc  Soy based Health Drink*Soy based Health Drink*  Cereal Based weaning baby foods*Cereal Based weaning baby foods*  Milk based baby foods*Milk based baby foods*  Break Fast Foods - Musali Type - With diff. flakes,Break Fast Foods - Musali Type - With diff. flakes, nuts, honey. Chocolate, cardamom flavours*nuts, honey. Chocolate, cardamom flavours*  Ragi Hurihittu*Ragi Hurihittu*  Ragi Malt*Ragi Malt*  Low fat nutrition spreads*Low fat nutrition spreads*  High fat nutrition spreads*High fat nutrition spreads*  Aralu Sandige*Aralu Sandige*  Cooking Noodles mfg.*Cooking Noodles mfg.*  Jasmine Juice syrup*Jasmine Juice syrup*
  51. 51.  Ragi Based vermicelli Ragi Based dried products – ReadyRagi Based vermicelli Ragi Based dried products – Ready to Fry.to Fry.  Sweet and Masala SupariSweet and Masala Supari  Bottled and pouched sugarcane juiceBottled and pouched sugarcane juice  Shelf stable Baby corn in Brine in pouchesShelf stable Baby corn in Brine in pouches  Bamboo shoots in Brine in cans / pouchesBamboo shoots in Brine in cans / pouches  Breakfast Cereals in diff. flavours*Breakfast Cereals in diff. flavours*  Cereal / Nutrition bars in diff. flavoursCereal / Nutrition bars in diff. flavours  Soy based health drink powders*Soy based health drink powders*  Sprouted based health drink powders*Sprouted based health drink powders*  Corn Flakes, Oats flakes, Wheat flakes repacking andCorn Flakes, Oats flakes, Wheat flakes repacking and launch*launch*  Health PorridgesHealth Porridges  Dehydrated Lime*Dehydrated Lime*  Amla and other fruits - fruit bar*Amla and other fruits - fruit bar*
  52. 52.  Instant Khamam Dhokla Mix*Instant Khamam Dhokla Mix*  Methi Dhokla MixMethi Dhokla Mix  Palak Dhokla MixPalak Dhokla Mix  Instant Methi Idly mix*Instant Methi Idly mix*  Instant Gudpangalu MixInstant Gudpangalu Mix  Palak, Methi Dosa MixPalak, Methi Dosa Mix  Sunflower Seeds snacksSunflower Seeds snacks  Gummy bears – Vegetarian Style*Gummy bears – Vegetarian Style*
  53. 53.  Prawn pickles*Prawn pickles*  Surmai fish pickle*Surmai fish pickle*  Tuna fish pickle*Tuna fish pickle*  Sardines fish pickle*Sardines fish pickle*  Crab picklesCrab pickles  Lobster picklesLobster pickles  Prawn chutney*Prawn chutney*  Surmai fish chutney*Surmai fish chutney*  Tuna fish chutney*Tuna fish chutney*  Sardines fish chutney*Sardines fish chutney*  Crab chutneyCrab chutney  Lobster chutneyLobster chutney  Fish, Prawn, Crab, Chicken Papads*Fish, Prawn, Crab, Chicken Papads*  * Marked indicates that the products mentioned have already been* Marked indicates that the products mentioned have already been transferred to some food industries or to entrepreneurs.transferred to some food industries or to entrepreneurs.  Apart from the above any other product concept, which are of yourApart from the above any other product concept, which are of your interests, can be developed upon to suit to commercial scaleinterests, can be developed upon to suit to commercial scale production.production.
  54. 54. TECHNOLOGY / PRODUCTTECHNOLOGY / PRODUCT REPORTS OFFERED BY CPFREPORTS OFFERED BY CPF  AMARANTH PROCESSINGAMARANTH PROCESSING  AMCHUR MANUFACTUREAMCHUR MANUFACTURE  AMLA PROCESSINGAMLA PROCESSING  ARECANUT PROCESSINGARECANUT PROCESSING  ASPARAGUS PROCESSINGASPARAGUS PROCESSING  BABYCORN PROCESSINGBABYCORN PROCESSING  BANANA MILK SHAKE POWDERBANANA MILK SHAKE POWDER  BANANA PROCESSINGBANANA PROCESSING  BEER PRODUCTIONBEER PRODUCTION  BER PROCESSINGBER PROCESSING  BETELNUT PROCESSINGBETELNUT PROCESSING  BIO-TEABIO-TEA  BITTER GOURD PICKLEBITTER GOURD PICKLE  BLENDED SPICE POWDERSBLENDED SPICE POWDERS  BLENDING OF OILSBLENDING OF OILS  BREAD MAKINGBREAD MAKING  BREAKFAST CEREALSBREAKFAST CEREALS  BRINJAL BHARTHABRINJAL BHARTHA  BROILER CHICKEN PROCESSINGBROILER CHICKEN PROCESSING  BUBBLE GUM MANUFACTURINGBUBBLE GUM MANUFACTURING  BYPRODUCTS FROM FISHERY WASTEBYPRODUCTS FROM FISHERY WASTE  CARBONATED BEVERAGESCARBONATED BEVERAGES  CARBONATED GUAVA DRINKCARBONATED GUAVA DRINK  CARDAMOM PROCESSINGCARDAMOM PROCESSING  CASHEW APPLE PROCESSINGCASHEW APPLE PROCESSING  CASHEW BURFI MAKINGCASHEW BURFI MAKING  CASHEWNUT AND ITS PROCESSINGCASHEWNUT AND ITS PROCESSING  CHANNA AND CHANNA BASED PRODUCTSCHANNA AND CHANNA BASED PRODUCTS  CHANNA PODOCHANNA PODO  CHANNA SPREADCHANNA SPREAD  CHEESE DIPCHEESE DIP  CHESTNUT PROCESSINGCHESTNUT PROCESSING  CHICKEN PICKLECHICKEN PICKLE  CHICKLET MANUFACTURINGCHICKLET MANUFACTURING  CHOCOLATE MANUFACTURECHOCOLATE MANUFACTURE  COCOA PROCESSINGCOCOA PROCESSING  COCONUT CREAM AND POWDERCOCONUT CREAM AND POWDER  COFFEE PROCESSINGCOFFEE PROCESSING  COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION OF DAHICOMMERCIAL PRODUCTION OF DAHI  COMPOUNDED ASAFOETIDACOMPOUNDED ASAFOETIDA  CORIANDERCORIANDER  CRYOGRINDING OF SPICESCRYOGRINDING OF SPICES  CUBE SUGARCUBE SUGAR  CULTIVATION AND PROCESSING OF GHERKINSCULTIVATION AND PROCESSING OF GHERKINS  CURD/YOGHURT MAKINGCURD/YOGHURT MAKING  DAIRY WHITENERDAIRY WHITENER  DATE PROCESSINGDATE PROCESSING  DEHYDRATED COCONUT CHUTNEYDEHYDRATED COCONUT CHUTNEY  DEHYDRATED MEAT CURRY AND MEAT SOUPDEHYDRATED MEAT CURRY AND MEAT SOUP  DEHYDRATED POMEGRANATE CHUTNEYDEHYDRATED POMEGRANATE CHUTNEY  DEHYDRATION OF ONIONDEHYDRATION OF ONION  DESSICATED COCONUTDESSICATED COCONUT  EGG PROCESSINGEGG PROCESSING  EXTRACTION OF STARCH FROM POTATOEXTRACTION OF STARCH FROM POTATO  EXTRUDED PUFFED SNACKSEXTRUDED PUFFED SNACKS  EXTRUDED SNACK FOODSEXTRUDED SNACK FOODS  FERMENTED DRY SAUSAGESFERMENTED DRY SAUSAGES  FISH NOODLESFISH NOODLES  FISH PICKLEFISH PICKLE  FLAKED RICEFLAKED RICE  FLAVOURED MILKFLAVOURED MILK  FREEZE DRIED FRUIT SLICES AND POWDERFREEZE DRIED FRUIT SLICES AND POWDER  FROZEN FRIESFROZEN FRIES  FRUIT APPETIZERFRUIT APPETIZER  FRUIT BASED CARBONATED BEVERAGESFRUIT BASED CARBONATED BEVERAGES
  55. 55.  FRUIT JELLYFRUIT JELLY  FRUIT PICKLEFRUIT PICKLE  GALGAL FRUIT PROCESSINGGALGAL FRUIT PROCESSING  MINIMALLY PROCESSED CARROTSMINIMALLY PROCESSED CARROTS  GARLIC DEHYDRATIONGARLIC DEHYDRATION  GELLAN GUMGELLAN GUM  GHEE MANUFACTUREGHEE MANUFACTURE  GINGER DEHYDRATIONGINGER DEHYDRATION  GINGER GARLIC PASTEGINGER GARLIC PASTE  GUAVA BASED CARBONATED DRINKGUAVA BASED CARBONATED DRINK  GULKAND MAKINGGULKAND MAKING  HONEY PROCESSINGHONEY PROCESSING  ICECREAM PRODUCTIONICECREAM PRODUCTION  INTERMEDIATE HURDLE PROCESSED FRUITSINTERMEDIATE HURDLE PROCESSED FRUITS  IQF OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLESIQF OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES  JACK FRUIT PROCESSINGJACK FRUIT PROCESSING  KADHI MIX MANUFACTURINGKADHI MIX MANUFACTURING  KALAKAND MAKINGKALAKAND MAKING  KHOA AND KHOA BASED PRODUCTSKHOA AND KHOA BASED PRODUCTS  KOKAM PROCESSINGKOKAM PROCESSING  KULFI MAKINGKULFI MAKING  LIQUID JAGGERYLIQUID JAGGERY  LITCHI PROCESSINGLITCHI PROCESSING  LOW FAT SPREADSLOW FAT SPREADS  MAIZE DEHUSKERMAIZE DEHUSKER  MAKING OF AMLA CANDYMAKING OF AMLA CANDY  MILTONEMILTONE  MINERAL WATER PRODUCTIONMINERAL WATER PRODUCTION  MISTHI DAHIMISTHI DAHI  MIXED FRUIT PICKLEMIXED FRUIT PICKLE  MODIFIED ATMOSPHERE PACKAGINGMODIFIED ATMOSPHERE PACKAGING  MOZZARELLA CHEESEMOZZARELLA CHEESE  MUSHROOM PICKLEMUSHROOM PICKLE  MUSHROOM PROCESSINGMUSHROOM PROCESSING  NATA-DE-PINENATA-DE-PINE  NEW PROCESS OF MAKING SHRIKHANDNEW PROCESS OF MAKING SHRIKHAND  OLEORESIN EXTRACTION BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTIONOLEORESIN EXTRACTION BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION  ORANGE PROCESSINGORANGE PROCESSING  PALM OIL PROCESSINGPALM OIL PROCESSING  PANEER MAKINGPANEER MAKING  PAPAD MANUFACTURINGPAPAD MANUFACTURING  PAPAIN FROM PAPAYAPAPAIN FROM PAPAYA  PARABOILING OF RICEPARABOILING OF RICE  PASSION FRUIT PROCESSINGPASSION FRUIT PROCESSING  PEPPER AND ITS PROCESSINGPEPPER AND ITS PROCESSING  PICKLING OF COOKED POULTRY EGGSPICKLING OF COOKED POULTRY EGGS  PICKLING OF GASTROPODPICKLING OF GASTROPOD  PINEAPPLE AND ITS PROCESSINGPINEAPPLE AND ITS PROCESSING  PLUM PASTEPLUM PASTE  POMEGRANATE PROCESSINGPOMEGRANATE PROCESSING  PORK PICKLEPORK PICKLE  POTATO CHIPSPOTATO CHIPS  POTATO PROCESSINGPOTATO PROCESSING  PRAWN PICKLEPRAWN PICKLE  PRELIMINARY PROCESSING OF FRUITSPRELIMINARY PROCESSING OF FRUITS  PROCESSING FOR PALM OILPROCESSING FOR PALM OIL  PROCESSING OF CHESTNUTSPROCESSING OF CHESTNUTS  PROCESSING OF CHILLIESPROCESSING OF CHILLIES  PRODUCTION OF STARCH & GLUTEN FROM WHEATPRODUCTION OF STARCH & GLUTEN FROM WHEAT  PUFFED CHANNA SNACKPUFFED CHANNA SNACK  PUFFED RICEPUFFED RICE  RAISIN MAKINGRAISIN MAKING  RASAGOLLARASAGOLLA  READY TO DRINK TEA - POWDERREADY TO DRINK TEA - POWDER  READY TO EAT INDIAN VEGETABLE CURRIESREADY TO EAT INDIAN VEGETABLE CURRIES  RICE FLAKESRICE FLAKES  SHELF STABLE CHAPATIES, PAROTHAS & PUREESSHELF STABLE CHAPATIES, PAROTHAS & PUREES  SHRIKHAND MANUFACTURESHRIKHAND MANUFACTURE  SHRIMP PROCESSINGSHRIMP PROCESSING
  56. 56.  SOLAR DEHYDRATION OF FRUIT & VEGETABLESSOLAR DEHYDRATION OF FRUIT & VEGETABLES  SORGHUM PROCESSINGSORGHUM PROCESSING  SOYA SAUCESOYA SAUCE  SOYA TOFUSOYA TOFU  SPIRULINASPIRULINA  STRAWBERRY PROCESSINGSTRAWBERRY PROCESSING  SUNFLOWER OIL EXTRACTIONSUNFLOWER OIL EXTRACTION  SWEET POTATO PROCESSINGSWEET POTATO PROCESSING  TAMARIND PROCESSINGTAMARIND PROCESSING  TAPIOCA CHIPS MAKINGTAPIOCA CHIPS MAKING  TEA PROCESSINGTEA PROCESSING  TROPICAL JUICES AND CONCENTRATESTROPICAL JUICES AND CONCENTRATES  TUMBLING AND MASSAGING TECHNOLOGYTUMBLING AND MASSAGING TECHNOLOGY  TURMERIC DEHYDRATIONTURMERIC DEHYDRATION  TUTTI FRUITI MANUFACTURINGTUTTI FRUITI MANUFACTURING  UNIQUE SYSTEM TO MANUFACTURE GHEE & KHOAUNIQUE SYSTEM TO MANUFACTURE GHEE & KHOA  VANILLA PROCESSINGVANILLA PROCESSING  VEGETABLE JUICES AND CONCENTRATESVEGETABLE JUICES AND CONCENTRATES  VEGETABLE PICKLE MAKINGVEGETABLE PICKLE MAKING  VEGETABLE POWDERSVEGETABLE POWDERS  WATERMELON PROCESSINGWATERMELON PROCESSING  COATED NUTS / SNACKSCOATED NUTS / SNACKS  WHEY JEERA BEVERAGEWHEY JEERA BEVERAGE  WHEY PROCESSINGWHEY PROCESSING  WHEY SOUP POWDERWHEY SOUP POWDER  WINE PREPARATIONWINE PREPARATION  TECHNOLOGY REPORTSTECHNOLOGY REPORTS  ACTIVE PACKAGING OF FOODSACTIVE PACKAGING OF FOODS  ANNATTO COLOUR AS FOOD COLOURANTANNATTO COLOUR AS FOOD COLOURANT  ANTIOXIDANTS IN FOOD PROCESSINGANTIOXIDANTS IN FOOD PROCESSING  BARCODING FOR PACKAGED FOODSBARCODING FOR PACKAGED FOODS  BISCUIT PACKAGINGBISCUIT PACKAGING  CONTINUOUS SYSTEM OF KHOA & GHEE MAKINGCONTINUOUS SYSTEM OF KHOA & GHEE MAKING  DHALL MILLDHALL MILL  EVAPORATIVE COOLING OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLESEVAPORATIVE COOLING OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES  EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGYEXTRUSION TECHNOLOGY  FLEXIBLE PACKAGING IN FOOD INDUSTRYFLEXIBLE PACKAGING IN FOOD INDUSTRY  FOOD IRRADIATIONFOOD IRRADIATION  FREEZE DRYING OF FOODSFREEZE DRYING OF FOODS  FUMIGATION IN FOOD INDUSTRIESFUMIGATION IN FOOD INDUSTRIES  GELLAN GUMGELLAN GUM  HACCP QUALITY SYSTEM (FOOD INDUSTRY)HACCP QUALITY SYSTEM (FOOD INDUSTRY)  HURDLE TECHNOLOGYHURDLE TECHNOLOGY  INDIVIDUAL QUICK FREEZING (IQF)INDIVIDUAL QUICK FREEZING (IQF)  ISO 9000 FOR FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRYISO 9000 FOR FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY  LACTITOL (FOOD ADDITIVE)LACTITOL (FOOD ADDITIVE)  MAP OF MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTSMAP OF MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS  MEAT PACKAGINGMEAT PACKAGING  OHMIC HEATING TECHNOLOGYOHMIC HEATING TECHNOLOGY  OLESTRA (FAT REPLACER)OLESTRA (FAT REPLACER)  PACKAGING OF BISCUITSPACKAGING OF BISCUITS  PACKAGING OF EDIBLE OILS, VANASPATI & GHEEPACKAGING OF EDIBLE OILS, VANASPATI & GHEE  PACKAGING OF FISHERY PRODUCTSPACKAGING OF FISHERY PRODUCTS  PACKAGING OF MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTSPACKAGING OF MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS  PACKAGING OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTSPACKAGING OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS  PACKAGING OF OIL IN POUCHESPACKAGING OF OIL IN POUCHES  PACKAGING OF SEA FOODSPACKAGING OF SEA FOODS  PACKAGING OF SPICE AND SPICE PRODUCTSPACKAGING OF SPICE AND SPICE PRODUCTS  PET IN FOOD PACKAGINGPET IN FOOD PACKAGING  PRECOOLING OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLESPRECOOLING OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES  PRECOOLING OF FRUITSPRECOOLING OF FRUITS  RETORT PROCESSING TECHNOLOGYRETORT PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY  RICE MILLINGRICE MILLING  SALATRIM (FAT REPLACER)SALATRIM (FAT REPLACER)  UHT PROCESSINGUHT PROCESSING  MM

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