OTHER PROCESSED FOOD & BREVRAGES
Guar gum, also called guaran, is a galactomannan polysaccharide extracted from guar beans that has thickening and stabilizing properties useful in food, feed, and industrial applications. The guar seeds are mechanically dehusked, hydrated, milled and screened according to application
Milling is a process in which grains such as oats, wheat, rice, and corn are dehulled and ground into smaller pieces or flours to improve palatability, reduce cooking time, and create food products. Each type of grain has a unique processing method that yields a wide range of products
Miscellaneous Preparations products in Processed Food include Dried Soups & broths & preparations, Soft Drink Concentrates, Ice cream & other edible ice, Sauces & ketchup, Pan Masala, Betel Nuts, Mineral waters, Malt, Custard powder, Lemonade, etc.
Groundnuts, also known as peanuts, are a type of legume that are grown and consumed all over the world. They are often consumed as a snack or used as an ingredient in various dishes, including peanut butter, candies, and baked goods.
Swelled cereal particles are partially dehydrated to a water content of 8-25% by weight and are thereafter fried for a short time. Immediately and before cooling, oil is removed from the fried particles. Yeast bread is made essentially from flour, water and yeast in the presence of heat.
Alcoholic beverages are beverages that contain ethyl alcohol, also known as ethanol, as their primary ingredient. They are typically made through the fermentation of various types of grains, fruits, or vegetables, which are then distilled to increase their alcohol content.
Alcoholic beverages can vary widely in their alcohol content, flavor, and appearance. Some common types of alcoholic beverages include beer, wine, spirits (such as whiskey, vodka, and rum), and liqueurs.
JAGGERY AND CONFECTIONERY
Jaggery is unrefined natural sugar that is produced without adding any chemicals. More than 70% of the total world jaggery production is done in India. Jaggery is popularly known as the “medicinal sugar” and is nutritionally comparable with honey. It has been used as a sweetener in Ayurvedic Medicine for 3000 years. Indian Ayurvedic medicine considers jaggery to be beneficial in treating throat and lung infections.