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Food Product Development Process – Product Development Stages

By | April 1, 2018

“Since new product developments are the products of a creative mind, we must, therefore, stimulate and encourage that type of mind in every way possible.”- George Washington Carver New Product development is a complex process. The product should fill the marketing requirement and should have more customers’ preference compared to similar products. New products are… Read More »

Innovative Food Tech Gadgets that you didn’t knew existed!

By | February 11, 2018

In today’s life we try to maximize our tasks within an allotted time. Without the use of modern gadgets it is not possible to accomplish our daily tasks and we are also not able to do our work with efficiency. We cannot even dare to imagine our life  without laptop, smart phones, cell phones, notebooks,… Read More »

This Startup Uses Mushroom For Packaging | Eco Friendly Packaging |

By | February 10, 2018

Imagine what our planet would look like in a thousand years, a planet where plastic surrounds us. There are various cons of plastics. The synthetic materials like plastic require huge amount of energy to create. Also, plastic has disposal issues. Furthermore, they are slowly poisoning our planet.Thus, with a mission to eradicate, this entrepreneur, Eben… Read More »

Are You Ready For Some Not So Sweet – Sugar Free Potatoes

By | January 29, 2018

Potatoes have become a part and parcel of every human being. Be it a packet of chips or homemade mashed potatoes, potatoes can be found everywhere. Potatoes are the energy house. They consists of reducing sugars and complex carbohydrates. Usually, too sugary potatoes get rejected due to their brown colour and extremely sweet taste. If… Read More »

Food Trends that you are probably going to see in 2018 – The Food Trends 2018!

By | November 15, 2017

Foodies!!!! Be prepared. Various surprising dishes are waiting for you in 2018. We are few days away from 2018 and experts are curious about what will be the food trends in the next year? Whole Foods Market, the high –end grocer acquired by Amazon, forecasted several food trends for the upcoming year. The forecasters, industry… Read More »

Powder that cleans water the easiest way,with just a mild agitation

By | November 5, 2017

Ever thought so many communities are struggling with health issues, the resulting sanitation complications, and serious agricultural problems just because they can’t get clean water.The amount of fatalities caused by the lack of clean water and resulting hygiene issues has hit over 5,000 children per day worldwide, and about half of the hospital beds in the world are… Read More »

Ruby Chocolate – The Fourth Type Of Chocolate | Pink Chocolate

By | September 27, 2017

It is the ultimate indulgence for the Instagram age, offering the traditional sweet hit of chocolate combined with the rush of a foodstuff that “pops” on camera and matching the colour of lurid yoga leggings. Invented by World’s largest Cocoa Producer company, Barry Callebaut after 13 years of thorough research and development, they gave the… Read More »

Food Delivery Apps In Bangalore that everyone should be using

By | July 28, 2017

Getting food delivered right to your door (or anywhere else you might happen to be) is easier than ever. In fact, you don’t even need to dial a restaurant’s phone number to order food with all the incredible on-demand food delivery apps available nowadays.This post would be primarily focusing on Food Delivery Apps In Bangalore,India.… Read More »

Indian Startups Using Leftover Food To Feed The Needy Ones

By | July 18, 2017

INDIANS waste as much food as the whole of United Kingdom consumes – a statistic that may not so much indicative of our love of surfeit, as it is of our population. Still, food wastage is an alarming issue in India. Our street and garbage bins, landfills have sufficient proof to prove it. Weddings, canteens,… Read More »

Grow these pencils into a plant – Jalebi Eco-Friendly,An Indian Innovation

By | June 30, 2017

Who would have thought that one would be able to plant their stub pencils and watch them grow into a tomato, brinjal or tulsi plant. Magic? Not if it’s Jalebi, an eco-friendly brand started by Renuka Shah, a mom and entrepreneur. She uses stone paper, manufactured from mining waste and waste plastic bottles and wood-free… Read More »