Category Archives: How It’s Made

Get the backend details of processing of food products!

How Is Brandy Made | Production Process With Flow Chart

By | February 17, 2018

We all remember that small bottle with a dark brown colour liquid inside it. It usually came out when we suffered from cold, cough or it was really chilling outside and just a sip of that magic potion helped us to get cosy in our bed. What was that magical drink which was hidden but… Read More »

How Are Gummy Bears Made With Flow Chart | Production Process

By | February 11, 2018

We’re hungry for a snack. How about you? We were thinking about something along the lines of a sweet little treat that’s just a bit chewy. What are we talking about? Gummy candies, of course!It’s hard to resist the lure of the sweet smell of gummy sweets. We know they’re bad for our teeth and everything, but they hit the sweet… Read More »

How is Ketchup Made | Production Process With Flow Chart

By | February 7, 2018

Tomatoes so called fruit which are considered vegetables for all the commercial purposes. We all eat tomatoes in our salads, curry’s and almost all the recipe which we cook today. The most important condiment of our meals which we eat daily without any thought that how did this piquant, spicy and sweet which we know… Read More »

How To Make Yeast For Bread – Bakers Yeast

By | January 4, 2018

India produces approximately around 85-90,000 tons of yeast per year out of which major share is of baker’s yeast. Growth of baker’s yeast market is dependent on bakery products market in India. The Indian bakery market, one of the largest food industries, is estimated to be worth INR 119 billion in 2015, expected to grow… Read More »

How To Make Orange Juice | Production Process With Flow Chart

By | December 25, 2017

The United States Code of Federal Regulations defined orange juice as the “unfermented juice obtained from mature oranges of the species Citrus sinensis or of the citrus hybrid commonly called Ambersweet.” The freshly squeezed juice is highly perishable and thus requires processing for its preservation. In 1944, scientists developed a way to concentrate and freeze the orange… Read More »

Making Biscuits – Biscuits From Scratch With Flow Chart

By | November 13, 2017

Sweet or salty, Soft or crunchy, Simple or exotic! Yes, it is the biscuit, one of the important snack used in every household. Today, though they are known by different names the world over, people agree on one thing – nothing beats the biscuit!  The history of biscuits is very old, and the recipe was… Read More »

How Is Rum Made With Flow Chart

By | November 10, 2017

“If you keep on drinking rum, the world will soon be quit of a very dirty scoundrel.” – R.L.Stevenson. Rum is not just an alcoholic drink but a way of life which continues to influence the entire world in much the same way reggae music has.The making of rum involved the ancient art of distillation… Read More »

How To Make Jelly – Complete Production Process With Flow Chart

By | October 4, 2017

The processing of fruits and vegetables will double in next decade as India is the 2nd  largest producer of Fruit and vegetable and market of fruit spreads will grow during 2017-2025. Jam, jelly & marmalade attract consumer due to its high fruit and content and good nutrition value. Fruits such as orange, mango, berries, apple,… Read More »

Beer Brewing Process With Flow Chart

By | October 2, 2017

“Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy” – Benjamin Frankilin A person can gulp a can of beer in two minutes but it takes twenty years of a brewer to brew a good beer. Beer is a combination of science and art. Beer is like an emotion, you should… 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 »