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In this 21st Century, the Indian dairy industry has set its goal to better manage its national resources for enhancing milk production and upgrading milk processing through newer technologies. Multinational dairy giants can carve a niche for themselves in this challenging task — a win-win situation that can be won!
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Some areas of Indian dairy industry can be strengthened by the induction of specialized technologies and equipment from overseas. These include:

Raw milk handling: It needs to be upgraded in terms of physico-chemical and microbiological attributes of the milk collected. The use of clarification and bactofugation in raw milk processing can help improve quality of the milk products.
Milk processing: Better operational efficiencies are needed to improve yields and reduce wastage, minimize fat/protein losses during processing, control production costs, save energy and extend shelf life. The adoption of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) would help manufacture milk products conforming to international standards.
Packaging: Another area is the range of packing machines for butter, cheese and the like. Better packaging can help retain nutritive value of products packed and extend shelf life. A cold chain distribution system is needed for proper storage and transportation of dairy products.
Value-added products: There's immense scope for value-added products like desserts, puddings, custards, sauces, mousse, stirred yoghurt, nectars and sherbets.

In this 21st Century, the Indian dairy industry has set its goal to better manage its national resources for enhancing milk production and upgrading milk processing through newer technologies. Multinational dairy giants can carve a niche for themselves in this challenging task — a win-win situation that can be won!

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India’s Milk Product Mix

01 Fluid Milk 46.0%
02 Ghee 27.5%
03 Butter 6.5%
04 Curd 7.0%
05 Khoa (Partially Dehydrated Condensed Milk) 6.5%
06 Milk Powders, including IMF 3.5%
07 Paneer & Chhana (Cottage Cheese) 2.0%
08 Others, including Cream, Ice Cream 1.0%
  Total 100%.

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