History of Food Processing

Food processing dates back to the prehistoric age when crude processing including various types of cooking such as over fire, smoking, steaming, fermenting, sun drying and preserving with salt were in practice. Foods preserved this way were a common part of warriors’ and sailors’ diets. These crude processing techniques remained essentially the same until the advent of the Industrial Revolution. Nicolas Appert developed a vacuum bottling process to supply food to troops in the French army, which eventually led to canning in tins by Peter Durand in 1810. Modern food 0processing technologies, in the 19th century were also largely developed to serve military needs. In the early 20 th century, the space race, change in food habits and the quality consciousness of the consumers in the developed world furthered the development of food processing with advancements such as spray drying, juice concentrates, cooking and the introduction of artificial sweetners, colorants, and preservatives. In the late 20th century products including dried instant soups, reconstituted fruit juices, and self cooking meals such as ready-toeat food rations etc., were developed. Food processing also dates back to the prehistoric ages when crude processing incorporated slaughtering, fermenting, sun drying, preserving with salt, and various types of cooking (such as roasting, smoking, steaming, and oven baking). Salt-preservation was especially common for foods that constituted warrior and sailors' diets until the introduction of canning methods. Evidence for the existence of these method writing ancient Greek, Chaldean, Egyptian and Roman civilizations as well as archaeological evidence from Europe, North and South America and Asia. These tried and tested processing techniques remained essentially the same until the advent of the industrial revolution. Examples of readymeals also date back to before the preindustrial revolution, and include dishes such as Cornish pasty and Haggis. Both during ancient times and today in modern society these are considered processed foods. Food processing can provide quick, nutritious meal options for busy families. Modern food processing technology developed in the 19th and 20th centuries was developed in a large part to serve military needs. In 1809 Nicolas Appert invented a vacuum bottling technique that would supply food for French troops which ultimately contributed to the development of tinning, and subsequently canning by Peter Durand in 1810.

particularly those living in urban India. Also. fisheries. and cost competitiveness. beverages. grain processing and other consumer product groups such as confectionery. rapid transformation in the lifestyle of Indians. milk and milk products. according to a Franchise India report released at the Indian Restaurant Congress. as they don't need to spend hours in kitchen to get that appetizing food.000 crore and is growing at a healthy compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17 per cent. The main reason why processed food is luring the urban Indians is the convenience that it offers to cooking. as per a RNCOS research report titled. "During the past five years. abundant livestock. India is fast emerging as a sourcing hub of processed food. These trends entail significant growth potential for the food . For instance. average monthly income has increased almost by 43 percent and disposable income of individuals has increased nearly to 45 percent. The Indian food services industry is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 12 per cent during 2012-2015. According to this report. chocolates and cocoa products. it's likely to double in the five years to come. mineral water. India's food processing sector covers fruit and vegetables. Amount of money spent by Indian on foods outside home has been assessed to have more than doubled over the last ten years to nearly $5Billion a year.RNCOS has recently published a report "Indian Food Processing (2006)". 'Indian Food Services Market Forecast to 2015'. The Indian food services industry is estimated to be nearly worth Rs 75. high protein foods etc. meat and poultry. above 5Million Indians had traveled abroad and the number is likely to rise by 15% to 20% every year. in 2005. plantation. as there's been a jump in the demand for processed. has resulted in dramatic increase in the demand for processed food. spices. increase in overseas travel and the presence of foreign media in the country has resulted in more Indians opting for processed food. ready-to-eat and readyto-cook food. Growth in working women's population and prevalence of nuclear families with double income are other trends causing this change in the lifestyle of Indians. This growth in income will help the India processed food industry to boost further With a huge agriculture sector. These trends have largely impacted the Indian food-processing sector. soya-based products. Also.

second largest producer and fourth largest exporter of tea and accounts for nearly 30 per cent of global output. according to estimates arrived at the World Tea and Coffee Expo 2013. The Ministry of Food Processing receives a number of proposals from private industries for establishing food processing industries in the country.681. 2013) is worth Rs 145. the branded tea segment is valued at Rs 6. at a meeting with Dr Agnes Kalibata.29 and fresh mangoes stood at Rs 2. as per an industry report.74 crores The food processing industries attracted foreign direct investments FDI worth US$ 1. fresh grapes was recorded to Rs 5. Minister of State for Agriculture and Food Processing Industries. The total amount released by the Ministry under the aforesaid scheme during 2012-13 (as on February 15.000 crore on back of growing affluence of Indian consumers. consumption and exports. Hat sun Agro Product Ltd plans to set up a 250. according to the latest data published by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP).02 billion Of the total exports. The fruits and vegetables export from India in April-December 2012 was recorded for Rs 37. it is one of the largest industries in India.000 litre a day milk processing plant in south Tamil Nadu. . The industry is estimated to be worth 15000 crores. Government Initiatives Mr Tariq Anwar. The company will invest about Rs 50 crore in the plant to come up in Tirunelveli. In India. Government of India.97 million between April 2000 to December 2012. and is ranked fifth in terms of production. India is the world's largest consumer.45 billion 975 crores while walnuts were Rs 1.Food Processing Industry The Indian food processing industry accounts for 32 per cent of India's total food market. Beverages The ready-to-drink tea and coffee market in India is expected to touch Rs 2.200 crores in next four years.23 billion.

Additional provision of Rs 10. raising the level of processing of perishables from 6 per cent to 20 per cent.613 tonnes of castor meal • • The Government of Andhra Pradesh is coming out with a five-year plan for the food processing sector involving significant doses of private investments for infrastructure development The Centre has also planned to set up 30 food parks. announced the provision of Rs 9. the total food grain production will be over 250 million tonnes (MT). The Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MoFPI) has formulated a Vision 2015 Action Plan that includes trebling the size of the food processing industry.Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources.250 crore (US$ 413.83 billion) and Rs 2. The Act is expected to be passed soon by the Parliament. The Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana intends to mobilise higher investment in agriculture and the National Food Security Mission is expected to bridge yield gaps.568 tonnes of soyameal.948 tonnes in February 2013. has expressed his willingness to intensify mutual cooperation in the field of agriculture between the two countries.000 crore (US$ 1. Secretary. The Government allows 100 per cent FDI in the food processing sector.954 crore (US$ 1. Mr P Chidambaram. due to improved demand for soyameal. Ministry of Food Processing and Industries . The oilmeal export from India has registered a growth of 35 per cent to touch 656.98 million).274 tonnes) consisting of 173.015 tonnes (717. increasing value addition from 20 per cent to 35 per cent. In 2012-13. The National Policy on Food Processing aims at increasing the level of food processing from 10 per cent in 2010 to 25 per cent by 2025. as per Mr Rajesh Kakkar. Republic of Rwanda. Oilmeal import by South Korea between April 2012 and February 2013 was at 844. for the aforesaid two programmes.5 per cent to 3 per cent. and enhancing India's share in global food trade from 1. Minister for Finance.84 billion) for National Food Security Act has been allocated in the Union Budget 2013-14. respectively. The Government of India plans to construct 11 new food grain godowns at different locations in the State of Assam to strengthen the public distribution system. In the Union Budget 2013-14. 313.

confectionery.PepsiCo’s iconic refreshment beverages include Pepsi. Today. PepsiCo’s iconic refreshment beverages include Pepsi. pet foods and snacks. Kurkure. bottled water. Mirinda. And talking about Maggi. This trend will emerge more strongly by 2015. coffee. 2. PepsiCo PepsiCo Inc. Anticipating the future growth.Road ahead With massive scope for value addition. Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi has been severing as the chief executive of PepsiCo since 2006. United States. Cheetos. many big international players are entering the Indian market by partnering the domestic players. The best among them are listed below: 1. 7UP. KitKat and Maggi are few of nestle brand products which are widely marketed in India. Slice and Mountain Dew. dairy products. Nescafé. it is one such noodle which we all have tasted for endless times since our childhood. ice cream. growing trend in the consumption pattern of processed food products in India and many fiscal incentives being planned by the Government. 7UP. Slice and Mountain Dew. Nestlé Nestlé is a Swiss Multinational Food and Beverage Company headquartered in Vevey. has it’s headquarter located in Purchase. While it’s other popular products are Aquafina (packaged drinking water) and Tropicana fruit juice. there are many companies in India which are successfully marketing their food products. While it’s other popular products are Aquafina (packaged drinking water) and Tropicana fruit juice. Nimbooz. Mirinda. New York. Quaker Oats and Uncle Chipps. Lehar Namkeen. PepsiCo’s foods division offers a wide variety of products such as Aliva. . Sunrise. breakfast cereals. Nimbooz. Switzerland. Nestlé's deals in baby food. the sector is estimated to be capable of maintaining the growth momentum in the future. providing opportunities to local players to widen their product portfolios. Lay’s. Nestea.

breadsticks. Red Label. You can enjoy an international dinning experience with your family and friends while dinning at pizza hut Restaurants. HUL tea products give the ‘Asili India Chai Ka Mazaa’. pasta. soft drinks. milkshakes and desserts. Veggie Crunch. It deals in foods. 4. beverages. Pizza Hut Pizza Hut is an American restaurant chain and international franchise that offers a great variety of delicious pizza along with side dishes including salad. Brook Bond Tai Mahal. Veg Mc Muffin. Tandori Paneer…. Modern Bread kwality Walls. Even after Sanders’s death in 1980. cleaning agents and personal care products. KFC Indians were never so fond of eating fried chicken. McDonald Are you one among the 68 million customers who eat at McDonald's serving daily? This number is huge right but it true. Sanders was the one who pioneered the concept of restaurant franchising. Korr. Teekha Chicken Masala. unless KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) arrived in India. HUL is one of India's leading producers of consumer goods. his image continues to be used for branding purposes. so HUL’s few famous products in this division are Bru. 5. Double Cheese. who first started selling fried chicken from his roadside restaurant in Corbin. Lipton. As in this article we are mostly talking about food and beverage. Kadhai Chicken. breakfast menu.3. during 1930’s. Mc Chicken cheeseburgers.What shall you order first? For all pizza lovers. Kissan. and garlic bread . there is no general retail shop or a household. Egg and Cheese Muffin. Kentucky. . KFC was founded by Harland Sanders. Hindustan Unilever In India. pizza huts are always their one most sort after destination. Few most popularly delicious food dishes of McDonalds are Mc Veggie. McDonald is one among the largest chain of fast food restaurants in world. french fries. and thus the first "Kentucky Fried Chicken" franchise was opened in Utah in the early 1950s. 6. United States. which does not accommodate Hindustan Unilever products.

crackers. Gulab Jamuns. and special versions with lemon. toaster pastries. Mithaimate. frozen waffles. Chocolate. is jointly owned by 3. Kool Koko Chocolate. lime or coffee. which maintains both quality and taste. Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola. toh jisne india mein reh reh ke Amul butter ya amul ghee nahi khaya…. A carbonated soft drink ‘Coca-Cola’ is sold in stores. and vegetarian foods. Ice Cream. Buttermilk. It is manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company of Atlanta. Amul is a reputed brand. Yoghurt. Amul Pro Brand. The Coca-Cola Company has also introduced other cola drinks under the brand name ‘Coke’. Amul's Icecreams. Coca-Cola Zero. Cheese. fruit-flavored snacks. Kool Cafe. Flavoured Milk. Amul Kool.03 million milk producers in Gujarat. Georgia. Stamina Drink.7. Amul's produces a wide range of dairy products which includes Milk Powders. Basundi. since its inception in 1946. 9. Paneer. has spurred India's White Revolution and made our country the world's biggest producer of milk and milk products.toh ushne kya khaya!!! 8. and vending machines all over the world. Diet Coke Caffeine-Free. Coca-Cola Cherry. Milk. a dairy product manufacturing company. Butter. Coca-Cola The best TV Campaign ‘Thanda Matlab Coca-Cola’. Ghee. Amul. Shrikhand. including cookies. Michigan. made every Indian thirsty for coca cola. Amul Amul. Kellogg is a major producer of cereal and convenience foods. with Aamir Khan as a Mumbai 'Tapori'. Masti Dahi. The company's focuses mainly over providing high quality nutritional food products at a reasonable . United States. Masti Butter Milk. cereal bars. Most common of these are Diet Coke. Coca-Cola Vanilla. restaurants. Kelloggs Kellogg Company is a transnational food manufacturing company based in Battle Creek. Cream.

5 percent to three percent.7 percentin 2004-05. said in an interview. based in Nagpur. Bhel Puri. Bhujiya and Namkeens. who holds independent charge of the ministry. Haldiram's also has a range of restaurants in major Cities on India. Nimbu Masala. But the food processing sector continued to maintain a positive growth rate. served with different kinds of sweet and sour chutneys. I now feel the time has come for a revolution in food technology. Rajasthan. "In the midst of the global economic meltdown and with the growth in our manufacturingsector also having fallen. And now the government is aiming to double the turnover in the next five or six years by setting up mega food parks to attract global capital. He has statistics as well to back his confidence. Sharbat (Badam. raise the value addition from 20 percent to 35 percent and increase India's share in the global food trade from 1. Mango." said Sahai. Minute Khana (Microwaveable Food). this is one industry that will never close down. the food processing industry is growing at a robust 13. The country's gross domestic product (GDP) saw a decline in growth to 5. Takatak."People say whatever the circumstances. Rasgulla)." said Minister of State for Food Processing Subodh Kant Sahai. Orange). with both manufacturing and agriculture actually registering a decline in output. Cookies.9 percent in the like period of the previous year. Haldiram's Products range includes Sweets (Soan Papdi. increase the level of processing perishables from six percent to 20 percent. The vision: Bring about a three-fold growth in the size of the country's food processing business.10. Besan Ladoo. . Haldiram's Haldiram's is one of India's largest sweets and snacks manufacturers.7 percent today. one will need food. South-Indian Snacks. It was originally founded in 1937 by Gangabisenji Agrawal. from levels of 6. Pineapple. Kush. Royal Temptations (Packaged Dry Fruits). Whoopies). Park at Shirwal in Maharashtra: "Food is an essential item. Chips (Boletos.3 percent for the third quarter of this fiscal from 8. Papads." Sahai. as retail sweets and namkeens shop in Bikaner. Gujrati Snacks. "We have seen the revolutions in the information technology and biotechnology. INDIA'S $182-BILLION food processing industry has been growing at over 13 percent despite the global slowdown. Pani Puri. Gulab Jamun. So. While hanging out with friends and families in these places don’t forget to taste Raj Kachori which is one of the most popular snacks. Mixture.

India's food industry on the path of high growth INDIA IS THE THIRD LARGEST PRODUCER OF FOOD GRAIN AND THE SECOND LARGEST PRODUCER OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.SOME FACTS ARE WELL KNOWN AND BACK THE AMBITIOUS VISION SET BY THE GOVERNMENT: *India is the world's largest producer of milk. after four years. the overall processing level in India has languished at single-digit level till recently. *It has the largest number of livestock in the world. INDIA'S $182-BILLION FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY HAS BEEN GROWING AT OVER 13 PERCENT DESPITE THE GLOBAL SLOWDOWN. PACKED AND PROCESSED FOOD IS INCREASINGLY BECOMING POPULAR." According to the India Food Report 2008 prepared by leading markets data provider Research and Markets. consumer and exporter of spices.2 billion." said Sahai.5 percent at $3. which is not very far. "We expect this market to grow to $300 billion by 2015. the Indian food industry was estimated at over $182 billion. it is expected to be worth $344 billion. we were processing just six-seven percent. *It is the third largest producer of food grain. The main reason for this is that much of the farm and horticultural produce goes waste or farmers are compelled to dispose them of in . And by 2025. *It is the world's second largest producer of fruit and vegetables. *It has the third largest output of fish. accounting for about two-thirds of the country's total retail sector. this has gone to 10 percent. At the same time. *It the largest producer. while processing of food to consumable standards are at levels of up to 80 percent in some developed countries. adding that India's share in exports of processed food in a global market is just 1.I don't think that the global recession will have any effect on the food industry in India." said an official in the ministry of food processing industries. "While the whole world was processing at 70-80 percent. Now.

This is the current market rate. In other words." Each of these parks is expected to generate 30. These initiatives are also seen opening up new opportunities for youth and that is why the government is setting up the National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM). We need so much of this produce every year. "We will become the food factory of the world. An essential part of the programme is the flagship Mega Food Parks Scheme. adding it was to bring a complete turnaround to this scheme of things that the government launched the ambitious Vision 2015 programme.000 billion ($20 billion) worth of investment.distress sales as there is no adequate infrastructure to process and preserve the produce and especially increase its shelf life till it reaches retail stores. 'Look! this is what you will produce now since this is what is needed. So all sides are happy. processors will tell farmers.which has the potential to attract Rs. which is instilling a lot of hope among stakeholders . The idea behind these parks is to make the country's farm sector more market-driven than supply-driven. and this is what we will pay you'. farmers will need to produce what the markets demand rather than what they feel like. this was what you were getting.000 direct jobs and several times of it in indirect opportunities. "Through food parks." explained the ministry official. "Courses in the institute will start from the 2010 session. Based on the success parameters of the first 10 parks.1. The minister said India's food processing industry . adding a series of laboratories for carrying out research and development work at various institutes was also in the pipeline.from agriculturists to industrialists ." said Sahai. not far from the national capital. The wastage level of fruit and vegetables in India currently stands at a whopping 35 percent." . "What we want is the farmers should get more and more market information. explain ministry officials. the number will be scaled up to 30 in the next five years.and 10 such projects are already in the pipeline across the country. now needed to link better with the world market to achieve its full potential.

9.7. Food Processing 3. Snacks and Confectionary 4. The Indian food market is estimated at over Rs. Further.5 lakh crore by 2025. Beverages 6. The industry comprises 1. the retail food sector in India is likely to grow from around Rs. The acceptance of packaged food. emergence of retail chains serving food. the emergence of food courts in urban India and the trend of eating out which comes in with the improvement in the economic condition of the population has lead to an increase in opportunities for the existing players and increase in market size to welcome new players into the fold of the industry. accounting for a large chunk of the world food industry. Spice Trading 2.1 lakhs crore .5 lakh crore in 2008 to Rs. Dairy 5.3. according to consultancy firm McKinsey & Co. Food Chains and Restaurants .The revelation in packing technology for food which has increased shelf life. which would grow to US$ 400 billion from US$ 175 billion by 2025.Scope for Food Packaging Enterprises The food packaging sector caters to many industries and one of the industries dominated by food packaging Sand tiny players is the food and food processing industry. the ease of having smaller economical units and improvement in storage facilities and cold chains has increased has contributed to the growth in this industry. This industry has been on the fringes until the explosion of business in the 90’s with liberalization being ushered in. and accounts for about two thirds of the total Indian retail market.

Invetments In Industry Most of the segment (more than 90%) is presently unorganized which means that there is place and scope for organized players. The 'India Food Report 2008'. styles and minor details are catered to. However the key will be to see to it that the flavors. their dairy joint venture. Some other interesting moves in the industry have been: Adani Wilmar. soya and mustard oil projects. At the height of recession. reveals that the total amount of investments in the food processing sector in the pipeline for the next three years is about US$ 23 billion.995 crore in these projects over the next year. branded fast food outlets and coffee shops and others who work on the franchisee model. The food industry in general is recession proof to a great extent especially if the players position themselves to cater to the middle and lower class of society as it caters to life’s basic needs. Presently the organized players largely dominate specialty restaurants. . we saw consumers move down the value chain which did effect the food business catering to the higher echelons of society which did witness a slow down. Reliance Industries Ltd has invested Rs. the owner of Fortune edible oil brand. It plans to invest close to Rs. Britannia Industries Ltd has signed an agreement with Fonterra Brands (Mauritius Holding) to acquire Fonterra's 49 per cent equity and preference shareholding in Britannia New Zealand Foods.6250 crore in a dairy project. which will help avoid the sense of industrialization in the food industry which needs to have homely touch and flavors to hit success. is eyeing acquisitions of greenfield and brownfield assets for sunflower. However the downward movement did help the others not catering to the higher classes of society.

our quality conforms to the strict quality standards of the western importers and their governments. The goverment has taken many initiatives and is heling the industry in every possible way . that is by providing incentives and subsidies at same time along with financial assistance. cheaper transport and tax sops. International Business India’s share in exports of processed food in global trade is only 1. Some of the initiaves taken by our goverment areas follows.5 %. This shows that there is huge scope to be exploited in the export market provided we can maintain standards of hygiene in production. . which is estimated to be worth Rs. The food and grocery market in India is the sixth largest in the world.15000 crore.The scope for Business: Domestic Business The Indian market holds enormous growth potential for snack food. the segment is growing at a rate of 104% and is expected to grow to US$ 24 lakh crore by 2020. According to a BMI forecast. These measures will ensure that we produce good quality. move the products fast and in time at competitive prices which is very crucial when one of competing in the global market. Food and grocery retail contributes to 70% of the total retail sales. availability of infrastructure in the form of cold chains and logistic parks.2 trillion and nearly 80% of agricultural products in the developed countries get processed and packaged. According to industry estimates. India is likely to see a huge 443% increase in mass grocery retail (MGR) sales during the 2007-2012 period.7800 crore unorganized sector is 7%-8% per cent. The organized sector of the snack food market is growing at 15%-20% a year while the growth rate of the Rs. The market is clearly and equally divided into the organized and unorganized sector. whereas the size of the global processed-food market is estimated at US$ 3.

06 by 2012. Items like fruits and vegetables products. per capita packaged food spending is expected to grow by 56. by 2012.7 billion. Automatic approval for foreign equity up to 100% is permitted for most of the processed food items. The right policies from the Government and a reciprocal response from the industry and investors by way of major investments in production as well as creation. India’s processed food output is likely to grow by 44.2% to touch US$ 90. Fruit and vegetable processing units have been completely exempted from paying excise duty. . On a per capita basis.5 per cent to US$ 18. condensed milk. Excise duty on ready to eat packaged foods and instant food mixes has been brought down to 8% from 16%. ice cream. Excise duty on aerated drinks has been reduced to 16% from 24 %.Government Initiatives The new trade policy places increased focus on agro-based industries. Conclusion Considering the scope discussed. The Future According to the India Food and Drink Report Q3 2008 by research analysis firm Research and Markets.5 % to reach US$ 21. the present statistics and the bulging gap which needs to be catered to there is huge scope for the SME sector to be a major part of this growth story. meat production have been completely exempted from Central Excise Duty.1 billion. Food processing industries have been put in the list of priority sectors for bank lending. while packaged food sales will increase by 67.

said that the company has invested around Rs 50 crore for setting up a processed food manufacturing plant in Surat. namkin.COMPANY PROFILE euro foods pvt ltd. The initial manufacturing capacity for the various products is currently at around 500 kg per hour for chips. "We have already invested around Rs 10 crore in brand endorsements and will be investing more in near future for the same. Hence. "However. 5 tonnes per day. we expect to earn a revenue of Rs 100 crore in the first year itself. Apart from various packaged food like chips. Mitraa.000 bottle per hour for water and juice. who was earlier GM Exports in Rasna. extruded snacks (fried and baked). 200." said Saumik Mitraa. . The company aims to achieve the target on the back of exports market and brand endorsements. chairman and managing director of Euro India Fresh Foods Pvt. 10 tonnes per day namkin. Also. cookies. Europe and Canada. which began its processed food products operations this year expects to garner a turnover of Rs 100 crore in the first year of its inception. we have certain unique products to offer to the overseas markets in the US. Initially we are distributing our products in Gujarat and Maharashtra while later we intend to go to South India. Ltd." Mitraa added. 300 kg per hour extruded fried. Ltd. we will be expanding the same in near future as the business grows.  INTRODUCTION Surat-based Euro India Fresh Foods Pvt.. fruit juice and packaged water. 250 kg per hour extruded baked. Euro India Fresh Foods also manufactures unique corn based baked sweet snacks targeted for export markets. which is part of Surat-based diamond manufacturing and real estate development group Sohil Star Group.

Human Resource 9. Maintenance 5. DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS 1. Euro India Fresh Foods is looking to become a Rs 1. Production 2. Operation and Administration 8. Quality Control 3. Research and Development 4. in next 4-5 years. Finance 7.000 crore company. Logistic COMPETITORS OF THE COMPANY . Accountants 6.Meanwhile.

. he initiated a new venture Euro India Fresh Foods Pvt. Patco 5. renowned jeweller since 8 generations headed SAHIL STAR GROUP. ITC Managerial hierarchy Late Shri Jivanbhai Sanspara. It is now operated by his two sons Mr.1. Export & Import of Diamonds. Balaji 2. Haldirams 3. He came to be known as Indian operator of the Sanspara Venture who built his goodwill in the Indian Community. It was with his experience of decades. Manharbhai Jivanbhai Sanspara & Mr. Diamond Jewellery & Real Estate. Dinesh Jivanbhai Sanspara. Ltd. who are both making invaluable efforts to take it to newer heights. which currently deals in Manufacturing. Parle 4.

At present he is involved in strategic business decisions pertaining to his FMCG Company and also looks after the overall management of the group along with manufacturing of diamonds. It comprise of Snacks Food like Potato Chips. Cookies. Educational & many other Trustss. Mission To allow people to indulge into healthy snacks with unlimited flavors.Euro India Foods Pvt Ltd and ISO 22000:2005 Certified Organization is swiftly capturing the market and soon becoming a Leading FMCG Company manufacturing Extruded Snacks. Managment Mr. Enter EURO WORLD to sneak in our snacks. Its product portfolio includes 13 brands that are all set to hit the market and make everyone go gaga over it. Namkeen. Mineral Water & Fruit Juices. Ltd. has gained 25 years of experience in diamond industry. He is also committed to social responsibilities by way of various Medical. Juices andWater manufactured with a State of the art Technology & secret recipe. EURO QUALITY POLICY Our Company believes in building such quality standards that the success is inevitable and both qualitative as well as quantitative. . Fried and Baked Extruded Products. Manharbhai Jivanbhai Sanspara (CMD) Founder of Sahil Star Group and Chief Managing Directors in Euro India Fresh Food Pvt.

Ltd. Ltd. Ltd. Ltd.Mr. top FMCG player. Mukesh Navadiya (CEO) Having passed his BAMS from Gujarat Ayurveda University. Mr. Jamnagar he is also practicing doctorate and is now associated with Euro India Fresh Food Pvt. Soumiik Mitraa (CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER) Having 26 experience of guiding brands galore he has now taken control as Chief Operating Officer of Euro India Fresh Food Pvt. He takes care of all the workings of the company and implementation of the project. He aims at making Euro India Fresh Food Pvt. Ltd. Mahesh Vallabhai Mavani (Director) He is designated as both partner of Sahil Star Group and Director at Euro India Fresh Food Pvt. energetic and talented personnel designated as both partner of Sahil Star Group and Managing Director in Euro India Fresh Food Pvt. Dineshbhai Jivanbhai Sanspara (MD) Young. He has also gained experience of more than 20 years in diamond industry and handles overseas buyers of diamonds and finance department in the group. Dr. Through his seasoned expertise he made it possible for company’s products to reach consumer’s doorsteps smoothly. as its Chief Executive Officer. Having attained 15 years experience in Diamond Industry he is all set to use his expertise in making Euro India Fresh Food Pvt. He. Moreover his wide & varied contacts in India & abroad is an asset to him which will definitely be useful for Euro to carry its varied products not only in India but at Global level . with his qualified & capable expertise has taken the charge of making the brand prosper & progress. a leading FMCG company. Mr.

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