• Corporate Governance Laws
    Introduction ▪ Introductory Paragraph: Juice is a liquid naturally contained in fruit or vegetable tissue. Juice is prepared by mechanically squeezing or macerating fresh fruits or vegetables without the application of heat or solvents. People all over the world have been drinking fruit...
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  • Scm of Pran
    its inception in 1980, PRAN Group has grown up in stature and became the largest fruit and vegetable processor in Bangladesh. It also has the distinction of achieving prestigious certificate like ISO 9001:2000, and being the largest exporter of processed agro products with compliance of HALAL...
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  • Bangladesh Pure Food Ordinance-2005
    ), bulkiness of the body, kidney and liver damage etc. | | |Calcium Carbide: Fruits are ripened artificially using calcium carbide while traces of organo-phosphorus — an insecticide — has been | | |discovered in vegetables in kitchen markets.The...
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  • Strawberry Industry
    agriculture for exports is far from negligible. Market “saturation” is not widespread, on the contrary, for some segments of the fruit and vegetable markets there are strong prospects for growth linked to lifestyle changes, and the inward-focused aspect is no longer an option with current extent of...
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  • Rural Market System in Bangladesh
    are equally essential country-wide. Therefore the markets for seasonal vegetable and fruits are not only the urban but also the non-growing rural areas. The fragile nature and depreciation of freshness makes the vegetable-trade risky. The risk higher cost of transportation, damages in transit, and...
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  • Biology- Cholera assignment
    CHOLERA Causes: (reference 10) Cholera is a small intestinal infection caused by the digestion of the bacterium Vibrio Cholerae (a comma-shaped bacillus that varies in size from 1-3 µm in length by 0.5-0.8 µm in diameter), present in food or water (raw shellfish, uncooked fruits and vegetables...
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  • Ibbl
    and mainly focuses on serving domestic demands. Despite having good potential for high volume export, these potentials have not been exploited to the fullest. In recent times, fisheries, fruit and vegetables processing have received more attentions from different stakeholders, but the processing is...
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  • Business Plan of Roshalo
    Bangladesh didn’t get the opportunity to drink juice made from foreign fruits and vegetables sitting in Bangladesh. Now we will give the consumers that opportunity. Besides we will always strive to improve the tastes and varieties of our menu, which is an added benefit to the consumers. The third...
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  • Export Policy in Bangladesh
    export of specially privileged products including Fruits and Vegetables: 4.13.1 Biman Bangladesh Airlines will consider measures for reduced air fare for the export of fruits and vegetables, ornamental plants etc. 4.14 Withdrawal of Royalty for the Expansion of Cargo Facilities of Foreign Airlines...
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  • Global Food Supply Chain
    Subsahara Africa 500 North Africa, West & Central Asia South & Southeast Asia 400 Latin America 300 200 100 0 Cereals Root & tubers Oilcrops & pulses Fruits & vegetables Meat Fish Dairy Chapter 3 − Extent of food losses and waste 5 Figure 2. Per...
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  • My Best Friend
    , which means that men are the head of societal and familial matters.   Women are not thought of as equal to their male counter parts and are expected to be obedient of males.   Because of the large, unfavorable shift of power, women face injustices Future Fruits And Vegetables Supply Chain In India...
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  • “Marketing Mix (4 P’s) Analysis and Competitors Evaluation: a Study on Pran Group”
    also. Since its inception in 1980, PRAN Group has grown up in stature and became the largest fruit and vegetable processor in Bangladesh. It also has the distinction of achieving prestigious certificate like ISO 9001:2000, and being the largest exporter of processed agro products with compliance of...
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  • Adulteration of Food in Bangladesh
    , milk, honey, baby food, fruit and vegetables with chemicals in Bangladesh. Use of chemicals in street foods is rampant to keep those fresh. These activities are going on unabated. A report published at ‘The financial Express’ says that these chemical agents are used because they help to make the food...
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  • Role of Ngos in Bangladesh
    -management. These activities are complemented are developing an extension system for appropriate technology transfer to homestead agriculture. It encourages cultivation of a variety of fruits and vegetables and teaches the proper method of cooling. The result not only provides income but also...
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  • Organising futures markets in Bangladesh
    some wholesale markets in Dhaka like shampur, Kawran Bazar etc. The supply and demand for the trading of futures contracts: Bangladesh has futures market namely name as Dadon or auction for trading of fruits, vegetable and other agricultural products. One of the organized futures trading...
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  • Frozen Food Business in Bangladesh
    Bangladesh, and fruit and vegetable drying in the Sudan (Halweil, 2002). ITDG began operating in Bangladesh in the early 1980s, but the ITDG–Bangladesh (ITDG-B) program was not formally established until 1990. ITDG-B provides technical assistance to small producers and local organizations, including...
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  • Rapid Mass Urbanisation and Its Social Consequences in Bangladesh: the Case of the Megacity of Dhaka
    Rapid Mass Urbanisation and Its Social Consequences in Bangladesh: The Case of the Megacity of Dhaka 1 Shahadat Hossain PhD Candidate, School of Sociology and Anthropology, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia & Assistant Professor (leave), Department of Sociology, The...
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  • Pran Marketing Mix
    currently the most well known household name among the millions of people in Bangladesh and abroad also. Since its inception in 1980, PRAN Group has grown up in stature and became the largest fruit and vegetable processor in Bangladesh. It also has the distinction of achieving prestigious...
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  • Tea Brands in Bangladesh
    average, whereas the share of wheat and coarse cereals was found to be very low. The per capita consumption of pulses, milk and milk products, fruits, edible oils and sugar were relatively lower in north eastern states as compared to the all India average, but the consumption of vegetables were...
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  • Rooftop Gardening
    time. Objectives 1. We want to extend your living area to the outdoors and re-inspire your urban lifestyle. 2. To deliver off season rare plants, vegetables and fruits in other season with superior quality. 3. To hold Bangladesh prides of customs, food culture, taste and nature-loving...
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