• Pakistan Dairy Industry
    quality and implementation of Pasteurization laws 10.4 Dairy Quality Standardization and Monitoring Mechanism 10.5 Dairy Food Safety Standards and Pasteurization CHAPTER-11 11.0 Conclusion ANNEXURE Proposed Pasteurisation Law ANNEXURE Dairy Safety Standards for milks and milk products The tax, the...
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  • Marketing
    5. Conclusion 1-Topic: PEST Analysis for AH Hot & spicy Fast Food 2-Objective: To prove that Lahore is the ideal place for opening of new fast food business based on facts and figures. 3-A brief over view of Lahore: Lahore is the capital of Punjab and the second largest city in the...
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  • Miss
    equipment failure Poor road or power infrastructure Poor management Adulteration Regulations/harassment Result: Complete loss of value of milk in most cases Soured milk may retain some value Those affected: Traders, processors, retailers 5. • CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS The national...
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  • Farewell
    floating of chilli powder over water indicates adulteration in the sample. CONCLUSION The presence of adulterants in turmeric powder, sugar, butter and chilli powder are conformed. CERTIFICATE THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT____________________OF CLASS XII’A’ HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED CHEMISTRY...
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  • Beechnut
    Beech Nut Apple Juice Founded in 1891 as a meat-packing company, Beech-Nut expanded steadily into a large, diversified food concern, eventually including Life Savers, Table Talk pies, Tetley tea, Martinson's coffee, chewing gum and baby food. In 1969, Beech-Nut was taken over by the Squibb...
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  • Consumer Awareness
    amount of money, should be made. Early attempts Rampant food shortages, hoarding, black marketing, adulteration of food and edible oil, etc gave birth to consumer movements in an organised form in the 1960s. Till 1970s, consumer organisations were largely engaged in writing articles and holding...
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  • Meat Science
    law as well as following national laws:- * Export (Quality Control and Inspection) Act 1963 * Solvent Extracted Oil Control (SEO) Order 1967 * The Insecticide Act1968 * Meat Food Products Order MFPO1973 * Prevention of Food Adulteration Act (PFA) 1954 rules (ministry of health...
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  • Edible Oils
    important. Bureau of Indian Standards and Prevention of Food Adulteration Rules - 1955 (PFA), have laid down the specifications of different edible oil and vanaspati. Traditionally, oil and fats have been packed in 15kg square tinplate containers. The other types of packages like plastic...
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  • Implications of Pure Food Act in Bangladesh
    University of Dhaka Faculty of Business Studies Department of Marketing IMPLICATIONS OF PURE FOOD ACT IN BANGLADESH Submitted to Shehely Parvin Assistant Professor Submitted by NADEEM NAFIS - 4119044 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 2 Adulteration runs rampant in the country. Dangers...
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  • vegetable supply chain in Bangladesh
    and recall it and the ability to trace back the source of a food borne illness outbreak. Outbreak trace back to the food that is the vehicle for the pathogen starts with the uncertainty of the patient interviews and the case control investigation conducted by public health officials. CONCLUSION...
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  • The Growing Problem of White Collar Crimes in India
    . Adulteration. — Adulteration of foods and drugs. 10. Professional crime. — Crimes committed by medical practitioners, lawyers in course of their Occupation. If there is an industry in which India has surpassed the developed west then it is the field of White Collar crimes. White collar crimes in India...
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  • Consumer Protection and Consumer Obligations
    Government. (ii) Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954: This Act provides for severe punishment for adulteration of food articles. In the case of sale of adulterated food which is injurious to health and likely to cause death, life imprisonment with a minimum fine of Rs 3000 may be payable...
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  • The Case of Diane Fleming
    though Diane took a polygraph test and past she was still found guilty of murder and adulteration of a substance. When the police had search Diane's home the only evidence they found was a sealed bottle of windshield washer fluid. Diane even went out her way to give the gatorade bottles to...
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  • Consumer Rights
    remedies to his/her problems. 1.    Essential Commodities Act, 1955 2.    The standards of weight and measures Act, 1976 3.    The prevention of food adulteration Act, 1976 4.    M.R.T.P. Act 1969 5.    Consumer Protection Act, 1986. The most important of them is the CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT...
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  • Halal Industry-Technoprenuership
    the Middle East and other members of the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC), which have the potential to reach one billion Muslim customers across the globe. CONCLUSION Halal and haram are sensitive and serious matters to every Muslim. Properly processed and certified halal food is pertinent...
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  • Food Secutity
    government started with the organized syndicate of food dealers and importers on the pretext of cracking down on food adulteration. Adulteration of food is certainly a problem in Bangladesh, and action against it was progressing but not quite impressively. In countries like Bangladesh suffering from...
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  • Used Oil's Viscosity Index Classification by Ftir
    Figure 2. Actual vs predicted plots for the measurements of industrial oils viscocity 40oC , viscosity 100oC and viscosity index CONCLUSIONS In this study, the FTIR spectroscopy and the multivariate calibration provides a simple, fast and accurate determination of viscosity and viscosity index...
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  • Bangladesh the land of Ecological and Cultural Paradise; retaining it’s beauty by reducing our Footprint
    used to ripen immature fruits. Fish, vegetables and fruits are perishable and biodegradable items. But due to use of such toxic substances like formalin those are hardly found to decompose nowadays. Even milk, considered to be an ideal food, is not free from adulteration, nothing to say about all other...
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  • Projects
    (case study of any one industry e.g cotton textiles). Impact of waste Accumulation by that industry on the environment around or by industries in general. Methods of safe disposal of these wastes – General and specific to the case study. Conclusion : Suggest possible ways of reducing...
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  • Consumer Protection
    been as follows. Indian Contract Act, 1872 Sale of Goods Act, 1930 Agricultural Produce (Grading and Marketing) Act, 1937 Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951 Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 Essential Commodities Act, 1955 Essential Service Maintenance Act, 1968 91...
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