Author Archives: Mahip Vijayvergia

A1 And A2 Milk – The Complete Story

By | January 27, 2017

“Doodh Doodh Doodh …. wonderful doodh.” Who can forget this rhyming jingles of 1999 played on the national television that defined milk as an elixir. Milk is an important source of nutrients including high-quality proteins, carbohydrates, and selected micronutrients. This nature’s perfect food comprises of 87% water and 13% total solids and. What is A1… Read More »

Cashew Nut Plant Project Report

By | January 23, 2017

The demand for cashew nut is gradually increasing, whereas its supply is limited. India is the largest producer, processor, consumer and exporter of cashew nuts in the world. As it is impossible to consume raw cashew and cashew apple, thus, both of them need processing before consumption. Cashew nuts, which is one the famous dry… Read More »

Cashew Nut Processing-Untapped,Untouched

By | December 29, 2016

Four centuries ago, the adventurous Portuguese came sailing down the Indian coasts and brought with them the priceless tree nut  “Cashew”. Famous as nature’s vitamin pills, these kidney-shaped nuts have amazing and wonderful nutritional benefits. The cashew industry ranks third in the world production of edible nuts. The major exporters of cashew in the world… Read More »

Paper Boat Story – The Emerging Drink In The Indian Food Beverage Sector

By | November 23, 2016

After a tiring day, we all would love to enjoy homemade Aamras, Jaljeera, Kokum, Aam Panna, Kala Khatta and many other secret recipes. Recipes that can revive our childhood memories. But where do we get that in today’s modern world? And thus began the journey of Paper Boat. A journey of going back in time and bringing… Read More »

Wafer : The Complete Production Process

By | November 6, 2016

Fresh, crispy, and crunchy wafer biscuits are always a delight to eat. Wafers usually refer to a thin crisp type of biscuit. Wafers are large flat sheets which are rigid. They are subsequently sandwiched with cream or caramel before cutting with saws or wires. Wafer variants include cone shapes, used to hold ice cream, and… Read More »

How To Make Chocolate- A Sweet Satisfaction | Production Process With Flow Chart

By | October 29, 2016

“There is nothing better than a friend unless it is a friend with chocolate.”Happy or sad, in love or nursing a broken heart, chocolates are made for all occasions. There is nothing like chocolate to lighten up your event. It’s a matter of wonder from where does this delicious and soothing thing come from. So… Read More »

Food Extrusion : Extrusion In Food Processing Industries

By | October 9, 2016

In the modern world of globalization, consumers are looking forward to a healthy nutrition at an affordable price. Extrusion systems meet the current, constantly changing requirements in a very flexible and economical manner. Food Extrusion plays an important role in the manufacture of pasta, ready-to-eat cereals, snacks and pet foods.  The process involves a combination… Read More »

Kurkure Production Process

By | October 1, 2016

“Tedha hai par mera hai”- Kurkure, the product launched in 1999 and since then transformed the way of Indian snacks. Named after the Hindi word for “crunchy”, Kurkure is the flagship of Frito Lay’s Indian Division.The snack comes in 4 flavors.They are Masala Munch (orange pack), Green Chutney Rajasthani Style (light green pack), ChilliChatka (dark… Read More »

Meet OOHO – Water Bottle That You Can Eat!

By | September 24, 2016

Have you ever thought of eating a bottle rather than discarding it? It’s no secret that plastic water bottles are causing harm to the environment. What if we can replace these bottles with something more environment-friendly? An innovative water bubble called Ooho! designed by the London-based Skipping Rocks Lab maybe an answer to the question. Ooho… Read More »

Cafe Coffee Day Success Story!

By | September 19, 2016

V.G. Siddhartha, an Indian businessman, born in the Chikmangaluru district of Karnataka, is the proud founder and owner of Café Coffee Day.  Being born into a family that had been planting coffee for over 140 years, V.G. Siddhartha  had coffee in his blood. He has completed his Masters of Science in economics from Mangalore University,… Read More »