ISSN 2394-5125

    “Processed Food and Food Processing Business - The Global and Indian Prospective" (2020)

    Dr. Daljeet Singh Wadhwa Satya Vardhan Tiwari,
    JCR. 2020: 2270-2281


    For decades, lifestyle changes have altered global food habits. Liberalisation, dual family income, nuclear family, contemporary kitchen, time restrictions, and other variables may explain this trend. Processed food is replacing fresh agri-products for people. This has created a new business opportunity with social uplift. Food intake data show changes. This research examines central Indian food processing, particularly in Chhattisgarh. Highlight food processing methods that simplify consumption


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    Volume 7 Issue-1