Technology of Indian Milk Products is referred to in the following
Technology of Indian Milk Products, is the
compiling and collating various pieces of information relating to
use for manufacturing of India's indigenous milk products and bring
out a comprehensive handbook on the subject.
Now opportunities are there for all countries
to benefit from greater access to the world markets. Annually, around
500 million metric tonnes of foodstuffs are traded internationally
having an estimated value of $400 billion.
An admirable example of Western technology
adaptation is the manufacture of shrikhand on a large scale... Today,
the volume of shrikhand manufactured by the organised sector exceeds
that of processed cheese sold in India.
"Traditional milk products have the potential
to become a major profit centre for the organised industry, given
the sheer mass appeal it enjoys. This, however, calls for large-scale
This handbook will give a new thrust to the
organized sector of India's dairy industry and provide enormous stability
to it. The handbook will broaden its base by diversifying its product
mix to cover The factory scale production of our age-old traditional
"The preparation of many traditional dairy
items are different in various parts of India. It is this pecularity
in preparations and tastes that appeals to foreigners, giving scope
to expand export market," says The study.
The market for mass-produced and packaged indigenous
milk-based products is expanding fast at both The domestic and global
level. Even today, The domestic market of ethnic milk products is
estimated at Rs 5,000 crore.
"The Indian diaspora presents an exciting
avenue for globalisation of mithais," The handbook maintains.
"Entrepreneurs in Europe, North America and Australia are looking
into The prospects of manufacturing traditional Indian mithais."
over The last two decades, institutes
such as The National Dairy Research Institute and NDDB have made possible
assembly line production of ethnic dairy products such as shrikhand,
gulab jamun, paneer, kulfi, mishti doi, dahi and lassi.
The subject of The book marks The second phase
of The White Revolution by strengthening The traditional dairy sector
and giving it a new direction through The application of modern technology.
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|"I expect this effort
to contribute in bringing about a new approach for offering
quality Indian milk products".
- Dr V Kurien, Father of White