Filling the Information Gap
...Dairy India 1997 -- planned as up-to-date on...(it's)... respective
subject, ..(is).. likely to fulfill the need for comprehensive reference material. The
treatment of the subject in..(this)... books is essentially market-oriented, targeted at
the traders in farm products and agri-business units.
Dairy India 1997 has successfully run into its fifth annual
edition and has been compiled by its editor P R Gupta with the help of a team of eminent
experts in different disciplines of the dairy sector. Furthermore, Dairy India has already
established its usefulness for people in the industry.
The DAIRY INDIA provides the latest analytical information on
production, processing, distribution, marketing, research and development. It captures the
changing face of the country's dairy sector which has been growing at a much faster pace
than agriculture, bringing India to a threshold of becoming one of the world's largest
What the Indian dairy industry needs and what it has to offer is the
broad theme of this compendium. The book comprises of over 70 articles by specialists and
250 statistical tables, graphs and listings of over 7,000 organizations under different
heads. It identifies new trends, market opportunities and investment prospects. The DAIRY
INDIA is a handy databook-cum-buyers' guide to suppliers of products and services.
This compendium has an interesting chapter on traditional Indian milk
products varying from burfi to kulfi and from kalakand to shrikhand.
Source: Business Standard, New Delhi