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Processed Food

  1. 1. GENESIS OF AFFLUENT DIET Adaptation of Dietary Changes through Evolution 30,000-50,000 5,000 200 4 Decades Yrs. ago Yrs. ago Yrs. ago ago Plant foods Agricultural Industrial Technological revolution revolution innovations Profound Radical Dramatic changes changes changes Compared with the scale of Human History & Biological Evolution, Adaptation to Dietary Changes & Increase in Population are dramatic. WHO Tech Report 797
  2. 2. By : RONAK THAKKAR RAVI PATEL Food processing & allied industries are needs of emerging India in this economic crises.
  3. 3. Food Science and Technology are the arrows! Improving the quantity, quality and safety of food supply
  4. 4. Future Trends in Agro Processing Technologies Crops Traditional Newer trends, product, processes & technologies Fruits Fresh Ready to serve fruits, fruit beverages in tetra pack, chat, fresh novel product fruit juices development from ethnic/traditional fruits, online fruit sorting for processing and packaging, cold chain infrastructure installation in production catchments Vegetab Raw Minimally processed and les vegetables MAP packaged, pre cooked canned vegetables Medicin Raw Modern curing drying al and material for and process protocols aromatic traditional for debittering and aniti plants medicine nutrient removal. Efficient extraction of medicinal and aromatic substances
  5. 5. Food processing technology: Targeting Science & Technology to fight Hunger! What You’ll See now is Real!!!
  6. 6. Reducing Hunger: The role of food technology Preservation Packaging Nutrition Safety Distribution
  7. 7. But…….. Are We Enjoying the Fruits of All these Developments??? 1,50,000 Farmers Suicides in 7 years Highest in the World
  8. 8. Current Scenario …….  2nd Largest in F & V  Largest in live stock population  Largest in milk  3rd largest in coconuts  5th Largest in eggs  7th largest in marine landing  Largest in spices And so on……..
  9. 9. STATUS OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES  Size of food market in India - Rs. 8,60,000 Crores  Primarily processed food market – Rs. 2,80,000 crore  Value added processed food market – Rs. 1,80,000 crore  The Sector attracted a total investment of Rs.38,531 Crores during the 9th plan period  Investment during the 10th plan is estimated at Rs. 62,105 Crores  Industry growth rate during the last five years is estimated at 7.14% against GDP of 6.2%  Investment required during next ten years – Rs. 1,50,000 crore
  10. 10. Thanks to… • Green rev. in grains • White rev. in milk • Blue rev. in fish • Expected pink rev. in meat • Introduction of HYV • Increased input • Government subsidies • Technological advancement
  11. 11. Food processing still at a nascent stage Level of processing Level of Processing (Fruits & Vegetables) (Perishable products)  USA - 80 % Organized Unorganized Total  France - 70 %  Fruits / Vegetables 1.3% 0.8% 2.2%  Malaysia- 80 %  Milk /milk products 13% 22% 35%  Thailand- 30 %  Buffalo Meat 21% - 21%  Poultry 6% - 6%  India - 1.3 %  Marine Products 8% 15% 21%
  12. 12. Gujarat Agri- Business Policy (Proposed-2008)  VISION: Gujarat to be Established as National Centre for Agri Business by 2015.  MISSION: Develop Appropriate Environment for Investment In Agri Business to Give Remunerative Prices to the Farmers and Opportunities for Rural Employment.
  13. 13. By 2020 India will become the “Food Factory for the world” -Mckinsey
  14. 14. Policy Initiatives in the Food Processing Sector • Vision 2015 adopted by this Ministry envisages: - Trebling the size of the processed food sector - Increasing level of processing of perishables from 6 % to 20 % . - Value addition to increase from 20 % to 35% - Share in global food trade to increase from 1.5 % to 3%
  15. 15. Processed Food – Growing market • Increase in per capita income and purchasing power. • A largely untapped domestic market of 1000 Million Consumers • 300 Million Upper and Middle Class consume processed food • 200 Million more consumers expected to shift to processed food by 2010 • Increasing number of working women. • Well developed infrastructure and distribution network. • Fast expansion of electronic and print media.
  16. 16. Rising….. • Increased urbanization • Improved std. of living • Dual income families • Free monies for spending • Changing food habits • Fast life styles • Govt. Liberalization • Surplus Productions • Quality Raw Materials • Extended Harvest Periods • Preference to Indian Foods
  17. 17. Current Technology • Fermentation and pickling (8,000 yrs ago) • Drying • Salting • Smoking • Canning (1809) • Pasteurization(1862) • Refrigeration/ freezing(early 1900s) • Freeze drying • Bulk Aseptic processing (1961) • Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point
  18. 18. kilojoules to process 1 kg food flour 2100 canned fruit/vegetables 2500 bottled water 3000 ice cream 3800 soft drink 5900 low-kilojoule soft drink 25000 Chocolate 77700 instant coffee 79000 sources: University of Wisconsin Centre for Integrated Agricultural Studies 1999; Heller, MC, Keoleian GA, "Life Cycle-Based Sustainability Indicators for Assessment of the U.S. Food System", Ann Arbor, MI: Center for Sustainable Systems, University of Michigan, 2000.
  19. 19. Into the Future • Probiotics - foods for you • Non-thermal processing – E-beam – High Pressure – Pulse Electric – Hypobaric storage • Active/Smart Packaging • On farm harvest-processing • RFID & other tracking • New efficient shipping designs
  20. 20. for your attention. Have a Great Day

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