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DIRECTORATE OF ICDS, UTTARAKHAND, UDAY VIHAR, BRAHMANWALA, ISBT Road, DEHRADUN

Tender Notice
Sealed tenders in two parts viz. Technical Bid & Financial Bid are invited by the Director, ICDS, Uttarakhand from competent Manufacturer (s)/ Processor(s) of EDF (Energy Dense Food, Fortified with Micronutrients) for 105 ICDS Projects located in Uttarakhand. Tender document can be obtained from the office of the undersigned on working days between 10.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m. from 11.08.2011 to 01.09.2011 on payment of Rs. 5000.00 (Rs. Five Thousand only), in cash or Bank Draft/Pay Order in favour of Directors ICDS, Uttarakhand, payable at Dehradun. The Technical Bid and Financial Bid, accompanied with samples should reach / submitted to the Director ICDS Uttarakhand at the above address not later than 02.09.2011 upto 01.00 pm. The Technical Bid will be opened at 03.00 pm. on the same day in the presence of attending bidders or their authorized representatives. The date of opening of Financial Bid will be informed to the technically qualified bidders. The Director, ICDS, Uttarakhand reserves the right to reject or accept any or all tenders without assigning any reason(s) thereof. For more details refer to the tender document or http://gov.ua.nic.in/tenders/tenders.htm.

Director ICDS, Uttarakhand

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Government of Uttarakhand Directorate of Integrated Child Development Services Uday Vihar, Brahmanwala, ISBT Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
Tender No. Dated: / /2011

TENDER DOCUMENT
Name of Work: Manufacturing/Processing of Energy Dense Food fortified with essential micronutrients, as per the Revised Nutrition and Feeding Norms issued by Government of India, for ICDS Projects in the State of Uttarakhand. All working days between 11, August 2011 to 01, September 2011, From 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 PM Upto 1.00 P.M. on 02, September 2011 03:00 PM on 02, September 2011 Rs. 5,000/- (Rs. Five Thousand only) for each set (two copies) in cash or in the form of Bank Draft/Pay order issued by any nationalized/ scheduled bank in favour of Director, ICDS, Uttarakhand, Dehradun.

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TENDER DOCUMENT FOR MANUFACTURING/PROCESSING OF ENERGY DENSE FOOD FORTIFIED WITH ESSENTIAL MICRONUTRIENTS FOR 105 ICDS PROJECTS IN THE STATE OF UTTARAKHAND
Issued to 1. Name and Address of the party

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Bank Draft no. / Cash receipt no.

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Payable at

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Drawer Bank DDO For Director, ICDS, Uttarakhand

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GENERAL INFORMATION FOR THE BIDDERS


1. THE PROJECT The Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS), being operated by the Department of Women Empowerment & Child Development, Govt. of Uttarakhand (hereinafter referred to as the Government), is an important and prestigious welfare scheme for the benefit of children in the age group of 6 months to 6 years, adolescent girls and pregnant & lactating women. Besides other benefits, the ICDS provides food supplements in the form of Micronutrient Fortified Food/Energy Dense Food to these beneficiaries. For this purpose, Energy Dense Food fortified with essential micronutrients (hereinafter referred to as the EDF) is to be provided to the children in age group of 6 months 3 years, pregnant & lactating women as Take Home Ration through Anganwadi Centers as per the guidelines of Government of India. Accordingly, bids are being invited from experienced and reputed manufacturers/Processors of Micronutrient Fortified EDF, who are having the requisite infrastructure, plant & machinery and technical expertise to manufacture/process EDF as per the guidelines issued by the Government of India, keeping in mind the various food safety and quality aspects prescribed therein. THE CONCEPT AND SCOPE OF WORK By this tender, the Government intends to select competent manufacturer(s)/Processor(s) of EDF for 105 ICDS Projects of the State. (Annexure-E) The successful bidder shall manufacture/process EDF as per the formulation and specification prescribed hereinafter and will deliver at various ICDS Project Office Godown situated in Uttarakhand. The EDF shall be distributed as Take Home Ration (THR) to children 6 months to 3 years, pregnant & lactating women and adolescent girls covered under SABLA scheme.
A. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION AND PROCESSING/ MANUFACTURING INSTRUCTION

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Energy Dense Food (EDF) fortified with Micronutrients Energy Dense Food (EDF) is a Ready to Eat Micronutrient Fortified Food in power form and does not need extensive cooking at the time of distribution and consumption. It is fortified with micronutrients to ensure the 50% of RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) as per the norms issued by Government of India. It provides more energy in low volume when consumed and is primarily designed for the purpose of the supplementation or nutritional needs of undernourished or malnourished children. Cereals such as wheat, rice, maize, finger millet (mandua), pulses, soyabean, sugar, vitamins & minerals are the basic ingredients used in the manufacturing of the EDF. Raw materials i.e. Wheat, Rice, Maize, finger millet (mandua), Pulse,
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soyabean are pre-cleaned, roasted/ extruded, cooled, grind to powder and mixed with sugar, edible oil and is finally fortified with Vitamins & Minerals. (i) The composition of EDF is as under:According to the letter of Government of India, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Food and Nutrition Board (Letter No CFNEU/LKO/ICDS/26/20102011/261 Dated 01-10-2010)
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Type of EDF Type- 1 Type- 2 Type- 3

Beneficiaries Children 06 months to 03 years Pregnant & Lactating Mothers and Adolescent Girls Pregnant & Lactating Mothers and Adolescent Girls

Taste Sweet Sweet Plain

Mode of Supply Monthly One month Sweet and One month Plain Alternatively

Details as annexed Annexure F Annexure G Annexure H

Micronutrient Fortification of EDF: The micronutrients (Vitamins: Vitamin A, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin C, Free Folic Acid and Minerals: Calcium & Iron for fortification of EDF) shall conform to 50% of RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) level per beneficiary per day. EDF should contain not less than the following nutritive value per 100 gm: Calories As per norms of Govt. of India/FNB Protein As per norms of Govt. of India/FNB (i) It should be in powder and dry form, low in bulk (consistency) and high nutrient density. At the time of delivery, the product should be dry, fit for human consumption and free from bad smell, infestation and any poisonous or deleterious substances and remain so during the shelf-life period. (ii) The manufacturer(s)/processor(s) shall ensure that EDF will contain no contamination, which could be harmful for human beings upon ingestion. It shall be suitable as a dietary supplement for beneficiaries for serving as gruel or extender to other foods. (iii) The shelf-life of EDF should be not less than 90 days under normal weather conditions from the date of manufacturing. (iv) The variation of the final product with respect to contents of protein, calories and micronutrients shall not be less or more than 5% of the original value using standard analytical techniques. (v) The composition, nutritive value and shelf-life criteria of EDF should conform to this tender specification. B. MANUFACTURING/ PROCESSING INSTRUCTIONS (i) EDF shall be manufactured using ingredients of good quality. Ingredients shall be free from foreign materials i.e. dirt, ferrous and non-ferrous extraneous matter and substances hazardous to health. Moreover, it should be free from bad odour, excessive moisture, insect damage and fungal contamination. (ii) The ingredients must be stored under dry and hygienic conditions at a properly ventilated place. The insecticides used for fumigation in
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storage area should not be of a hazardous nature. The quality of insecticides should be in compliance with PFA standards. (iii) The ingredients shall comply with prevention of Food Adulteration Act., 1954 (PFA) and all relevant Food laws and standards. (iv) During the manufacturing process of EDF, the norms and systems mentioned in the Code of Hygienic Practices of Food for Infants and Children and Code of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) of Codex Alimentarius should be implemented. (v) The Micronutrient Fortified Food/Energy Dense Food i.e. EDF shall be manufactured using Roasting/Extrusion Method. Roasting/Extrusion of Wheat & other relevant cereals present in the recipe shall be done at a standard temperature. These roasted/ extruded cereals should be then cooled to specified temperature, blended in appropriate proportion and finally milled into fine flour. Subsequently, this flour obtained by milling of cereals shall be homogeneously supplemented with premix of vitamins and minerals. (vi) The bidder should have the necessary plant and machinery for the manufacturing/processing of EDF for the tendered quantity such as grain cleaner, destoner, storage bins, conveying systems, grinders/ hammer mills/ pulverizer, roasters/ extruders, plain-shifters, blenders/ mixers. Packing machines, etc. (vii) The following characteristics shall be met: Flour Characteristics It shall remain in uniform fine texture with the following particle distribution: 95% must pass through a 600 micron sieve. 100 % must pass through a 1000 micron sieve. Moisture and Crude Fiber It shall contain a moisture content not exceeding 5% and fiber content (on dry basis) not exceeding 1.5% (dehulling of soya is not required). Safety It shall be free from objectionable matter. It shall not contain any substances originating from micro-organisms or any other poisonous or deleterious substances like heavy metals or pesticides residues, in amount which may be hazardous to health. C. Micronutrient Fortification EDF should be fortified with essential micronutrients with the addition of vitamin and mineral premix. EDF should provide 50% of the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for different micronutrients to 6 months to 3 years of children, pregnant & lactating women per day as per the guidelines issued vide letter no. 5-9/2005/ND/Tech (Vol. II) dated 24.02.2009 of Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India (Annexure- D). The following basic principles shall be ensured for the fortification of micronutrients to EDF:
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It shall be compulsory to have automatic mechanical system for blending and fortification to maintain material accuracy; The essential nutrients should be present at a level which will not result in either an excessive or an insignificant intake of the added essential nutrients, considering amounts from other sources in the diet; The addition of an essential nutrient to EDF should not result in an adverse effect on the metabolism of any other nutrient; The essential nutrients should be sufficiently stable in EDF under customary conditions of packaging, storage, distribution and use; The essential nutrients should not impart undesirable characteristics to EDF and should not unduly shorten the shelf-life of the EDF. Technology and processing facilities should be available to permit the addition of the essential nutrients in a satisfactory manner; Methods of measuring, controlling, and/or enforcing the levels of added essential nutrients in EDF should be available; The amount of the essential nutrients added should not result in excessive/lesser intakes by individuals with a high/low intake of fortified EDF.

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ESTIMATED QUANTITY The estimated requirement of EDF is approximately 3500 MT per month, which may vary with the change in the policy of the Government or requirement for distribution of the supplementary nutrition or due to other Administrative/ Financial exigencies. Director, ICDS, Uttarakhand may increase or decrease the quantity of EDF to be manufactured and delivered from time to time by serving one month prior notice. The successful bidder shall be bound to manufacture and deliver any such increase/decrease in the quantity of EDF. DELIVERY DESTINATIONS The successful bidders will have to deliver EDF at Child Development Project Officer (CDPO) Godowns situated in various ICDS Projects of Uttarakhand, for distribution among the beneficiaries as THR. PROCUREMENT OF RAW MATERIAL FOR PREPARATION OF EDF The successful Bidder himself shall procure all the raw material at his own cost except the major raw material i.e. wheat, which may be allotted by the Government subject to its availability at BPL rates to the successful bidder at a price fixed by Government of India which at present is Rs. 415 per quintal (Ex-FCI godown). In case of the revision in the price of the BPL wheat by Government of India during the subsistence of Agreement, the increase in price shall be paid by the Government to successful bidders. Similarly if the price of BPL Wheat is decreased by the Government of India during the subsistence of Agreement, the decrease in price shall be adjusted by the Government against the bill raised by the successful bidder.
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Government will allot the BPL wheat to the successful bidder as per the wheat component given in the composition of EDF with process losses. Bidder has to offer rates for manufacture and delivery of EDF for both the possible cases in the Financial Bid i.e., (a) When BPL Wheat is provided by the Government and (b) When BPL Wheat is not provided by the Government. The bidder shall have to mention percentage of processing losses of wheat in the Technical Bid. 7. WHOM TO CONTACT For any other information Director, ICDS, Uday Vihar, Brahmanwala, ISBT Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand (hereinafter referred to as the Director) may be contacted. In the event of change in the address of the Director ICDS, the concerned parties shall be informed accordingly. ELIGIBLE BIDDERS (a) The invitations for bids are open only to those manufacturers/processors having well equipped and operative manufacturing unit for last three years for the manufacture of EDF, (factory license and other proofs required) the manufacturing unit situated in Uttarakhand shall be given preference for award of work as per the purchase and price preference Policy of the Industrial Department of the State. The bidder must have the requisite infrastructure, technical expertise and capabilities to produce EDF as per the formulation and specification mentioned in this tender document. (b) The Bidder means an Individual, Sole Proprietor, Partnership Firm, Private Limited Company or Public Limited Company, registered in India and should be legally competent to enter into contract as per prevailing laws. Bids of contractors, traders, middle-men, distributors, dealers, agents and any other individual and/or legal entity who are not manufacturer/processor of EDF shall not be considered for this tender. (c) Bids of only those Bidders meeting the technical conditions as specified in this tender document shall be considered. (d) The Bidder should furnish Earnest Money Deposit for Rs. 50,00,000/(Rupees fifty lacs) only through A/c payee Bank Draft of Scheduled or Nationalized Bank in favor of Director, ICDS, Dehradun, Uttarakhand payable at Dehradun to participate in the Tender. The Bank Draft should be attached with the Technical Bid. In absence of the Earnest Money Deposit the bid will not be considered. (e) The Bidder itself or any of its constituents should have a turnover of manufacturing and supplying of EDF fortified with Micronutrients in powder from under any mass feeding programme to any State/ UT Government for a value not less than Rs. 30 Crores in each of the last three financial years i.e. 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11 (f) The Bidders should have its own quality control laboratory equipped with basic laboratory equipments for testing of EDF. Further the
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manufacturing unit should be under hygienic conditions. The production unit of the Bidder may be inspected by the Director or committee authorized by the Director in this behalf, to assess the capacity, required manufacturing facilities, quality control laboratory and hygiene conditions of the unit. The final nutritive value and the shelf life of EDF should conform to this tender specification. The Technical and Financial Bids should be submitted in prescribed form as per Annexure A and B (B1 & B2), of this tender document. The Bidder should have a minimum production capacity of 3500 MT per month for the manufacture of EDF. The Directorate of Industries or any other competent authority of the Central/ State Government should issue this production capacity certificate, which should be attached with the Technical Bid. Bankers certificate regarding financial status of the Bidder certifying that the Bidder is financially sound and viable and is not a sick unit or a unit referred to Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) and also that the bidder's account is not Non-Performing Account (NPA) and the bidder's Cash Net Worth is more than Rupees Ten Crores as per Audited Financial Statement for the year 2010-11 and it should be attached with the Technical Bid. Bids of those Bidders, who will be found to be involved in theft or in non-payment of Government dues or taxes, will be out-rightly rejected and will not be considered for the opening of the financial Bid. Bidder(s) have to submit the copies of valid ISO 9001:2008 and HACCP Certification for manufacture of EDF issued in the name of manufacturing unit. Bids of those Bidders who will be found to be deregistered or debarred or blacklisted or convicted under the provisions of Prevention of Food Adulteration Act (PFA) will be out-rightly rejected and will not be considered for the opening of the financial Bid. Bidder(s) have to submit an undertaking on a Stamp paper of requisite value to the effect that he has never been debarred or blacklisted or convicted under the provisions of PFA. Bidder(s) have to submit an undertaking on a Stamp paper of requisite value to the effect that he has satisfactorily executed the work of manufacture and delivery of EDF to any State /UT Govt, under ICDS Scheme.

(9) SUBMISSION OF BID (a) Bids only on the prescribed format annexed with this Tender document will be considered. (b) The Tender documents will be issued to all interested bidders on payment of Rs. 5,000/ in cash or in the form of an account payee Bank Draft/Pay Order in favour of the Director, ICDS, Dehradun payable at

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Dehradun on all working days between 11 August, 2011 to 1st September, 2011, including both days from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM. The cost of Tender document is not refundable in any case. The Bank Draft/Pay Order should be issued by a Nationalized / Scheduled bank. The Bidders will have to submit TECHNICAL BID and FINANCIAL BID in two separate sealed covers clearly mentioning the kind of Bid (Technical Bid or Financial Bid) on them and putting both the sealed covers in one sealed cover over which the Tender Number and Date should be written in bold letters. This cover should contain superscription TENDER FOR EDF. Last date for receiving both the Technical Bid and Financial Bid in separate sealed covers put in one single cover will be 2nd September 2011, up to 1.00 P.M. in the Office of the Director, ICDS, Uttarakhand or at any other place decided by the Director. The Technical Bid and Financial Bid shall be signed by the Bidder himself or by a person authorized by the Bidder and original authority letter shall be submitted alongwith the Technical Bid. The bidder shall submit two packets of samples of 1 Kg. each of all types of EDF alongwith the Analysis Report from any National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL)/ Government approved laboratory. Any alteration in the constitution of the Partnership Firm or Company as duly submitted in the Technical Bid, after the submission of the Bid, without the prior written permission of the Director will result in disqualification of the Bidder or cancellation of the Agreement, as the case may be.

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TWO BID SYSTEM The Two-Bid system shall be followed namely: (i) Technical Bid (ii) Financial Bid

(11) TECHNICAL BID The Technical Bid duly filled in the prescribed format (Annexure A) shall be submitted alongwith the following documents:(i) Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) in the form of a Demand Draft drawn on any Nationalized or Scheduled Bank in accordance with the terms and conditions of this tender document. (ii) Legal Status of the Manufacturing Unit and the Bidder issued by the competent authority. (iii) Bidder has to submit the Audited Financial Statement for the last three financial years i.e. 2008-09, 2009-10 & 2010-11. (iv) Certificate from a practicing CA that the Bidder is not involved in theft or non-payment of Government dues or taxes.
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Certificate(s) regarding annual Turnover & quantity of EDF fortified with micronutrients manufactured and supplied in powder form under any mass feeding programme of the State/ UT Government in accordance with clause 8 (e) (Eligible Bidder) of this Tender document in respect of the turnover. Copy of valid license under Prevention of Food Adulteration Act (PFA), 1954, Factory License and consent to operate from Pollution Control Board in the name of the manufacturing unit. Copy of Certificate of the Director of Industries of the concerned State or any other Authority of the State or Central Government regarding Production Capacity in the name of the Bidder for its manufacturing unit. Copy of the PAN Card /TAN No, Value Added Tax (VAT), Sales Tax Registration Certificate and No Dues Certificate from the Sales Tax Department upto the end of preceding month of date of publication of Notice Inviting Tender (NIT). Copy of valid ISO 9001:2008 and HACCP Certificate in the name of manufacturing unit of the bidder. Literature of EDF to be produced or offered to be produced and distributed by the Bidder, indicating is composition, calorific value, protein and vitamins & mineral contents per 100 grams, process of production, mode of packing and distribution and other relevant details of the product shall be enclosed by the bidder(s) alongwith two bags (1 Kg. each) of products proposed to be supplied as sample. The Director may get the quality, composition and contents of the product tested as deemed necessary, from any NABL/ Government approved laboratory. Test Report indicating the composition of the each type of the EDF and quantity of calories, protein, vitamins & minerals per 100 gms and Shelf Life Certificate of each type of the EDF issued by any National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL)/Government approved Laboratory. (a) In case of Company- Certified true copy of Memorandum and Articles of Association, Certificate of Incorporation alongwith name of Directors of Company. (b) In case of Partnership Firm Partnership Deed alongwith Certificate of Registration from competent authority and names of Partners of Partnership Firms. Banker's Certificate regarding sound financial status and Cash Net Worth of the Bidder as per clause 8 (j) An Undertaking on a stamp paper by the Bidder as per Clause 8(m) & 8(n)

(12) FINANCIAL BID The price in Rupees per Metric Ton for manufacture and delivery of EDF to the ICDS Project godowns in One Kilogram (1 Kg) and Twenty Five Kilogram (25 Kg.) packing should be clearly mentioned in words and figures
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as per the format for Financial Bid annexed with the Tender Document as Annexure-B1 & B2. The price should be inclusive of cost of raw material, packing, cost of micronutrient fortification, freight, VAT, excise duty, cess. Levies, other taxes, other incidental charges, etc. The details of applicable VAT, excise duty, cess, levies, other taxes, other incidental charges processing losses on wheat etc. should be indicated separately in percentage (%) as prescribed in the format. Cutting or overwriting on the Financial Bid will disqualify the Bid. However, in case of any increase/decrease in the taxes, VAT, excise duty and levies or any new tax is imposed by the Central/ State Government after the last date of submission of bids, the final price per MT shall be increased or decreased (adjusted) accordingly subject to production of notification/ document relating to increase/ decrease of applicable taxes. (13) OPENING OF BID The Technical Bid will be opened on 2nd September, 2011 at 3:00 PM in the Directorate or at any other place decided by the Director in the presence of participant Bidder or their authorized representatives who may be present at that time. The Financial Bids of only those Bidders who qualify in the Technical Bid shall be opened. (14) EVALUATION OF BID (a) Originals of all the documents required to be attached with the Technical bid must be available with the Bidder/Authorized Representative at the time of opening of Technical Bid for verification, if required. (b) The Bids will be evaluated strictly in accordance with the terms and conditions specified in this Tender document. (c) The Director, ICDS, Uttarakhand reserves the right to reject one or more Bids without assigning any reason for the same. (d) Bid(s) with any condition imposed by the Bidder, will be liable to be rejected. (e) The Earnest Money Deposit of unsuccessful Bidder(s) will be returned after award of the Agreement to the successful bidder. (f) Canvassing directly or indirectly in any way by any Bidder will render the Bid of such Bidder liable for rejection. (g) The Technical Bids will be evaluated first. The Tender Committee or any Officer Authorized by the Tender Committee reserves the right to inspect the production unit of the Bidder(s), if Committee considers it necessary, before taking a decision on the Technical Bids. (h) The Financial Bids of only those Bidders who qualify in the Technical Bid shall be opened and which shall be intimated to the technically qualified Bidders. (i) The Lowest Bidder will be decided on the basis of comparison of the FOR destination prices inclusive of all taxes and freight offered by the Bidders.
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The Director reserves the right to award the work to more than one bidder and in such case quantities depending upon remaining quantity of EDF after agreeing to award the work to L-1 (Lowest Bidder), provided the Bidders other than L-1 accept the rate quoted by L-1. The un-allotted quantity will first be offered to L-2 and then L-3 and likewise. Explanation for the purposes of this clause:(i) L-1 means Lowest Bidder as mentioned in item (i) of this subclause (14); (ii) L-2 means the Bidder who has offered the rate next higher than the rate of L-1; and (iii) L-3 means the Bidder who has offered the rate next higher than the rate of L-2. The Bidder(s) having established functional manufacturing unit for the manufacture of EDF within State of Uttarakhand for last three years shall be given preference, provided such bidder agrees to supply EDF at the lowest rates received in the tender. After evaluation of bids and its acceptance by the Director, the successful Bidder(s) may be awarded the Letter of Intent for the manufacture/processing and delivery of EDF at the lowest price per metric ton inclusive of VAT, Excise Duty, Cess, Levies, Freight and other Taxes & charges, etc. as would be applicable during the period of Agreement.

(15) SECURITY DEPOSIT (a) The "Letter of Intent" will be issued to the successful bidder. Successful Bidder will have to furnish Security Deposit of Rs 1,00,00,000/- (Rs. One Crore only) within 15 days from date of receipt of Letter of Intent and sign the Agreement within 21 days from the date of receipt of the Letter of Intent. (b) The Security Deposit of Rs. 1,00,00,000/- (Rs. One Crore only) is acceptable only in the form of unconditional Bank Guarantee issued by a Nationalized or Scheduled Bank in the form as prescribed in Annexure-C of this Tender document. The Bank Guarantee should be valid for all transactions during the minimum period of 42 months (Forty Two Months) from the date of Agreement. (c) In case the successful bidder fails to furnish the Security Deposit and does not sign the Agreement within the stipulated period, then the Earnest Money Deposit of such bidder will be forfeited and Letter of Intent issued to him shall be cancelled. (d) After furnishing of Security Deposit and signing of Agreement within above-said stipulated time of 21 days, Earnest money Deposit shall be refunded to the successful bidder.

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(16) PROCEDURE FOR DELIVERY OF EDF (a) After execution of the Agreement, the Director will issue a Delivery Instructions (hereinafter referred as 'DI') indicating monthly quantity of EDF to be delivered at each ICDS Project godown. The DI shall be issued by the Director to the office of the successful Bidder by 25th of preceding month. (b) On issue of the DI, the successful Bidder shall within 10 days, commence delivery of EDF to the various ICDS Projects abiding by the DI. Failure to deliver the EDF as per the instruction will make the successful bidder liable for deduction as per clause- 23 of this Tender document. (c) The EDF shall be packed in 1 kg packing/25 Kg. packing as per the requirement. The EDF shall be packed in 1 Kg low density polythene (LDPE) manufactured from virgin LDPE granules and shall conform to food grade and 20 such packets of 1 Kg may be placed in HDPE woven bags or the EDF shall be packed in 25 Kg. packing as per the requirement. The EDF will be packed in sealed and airtight bags of 25 Kg. net in HDPE bags with LDPE liners manufactured from virgin LDPE granules conforming to the food grade quality. The outer bags and liners should be folded together and double stitched closed after removing air. (d) The Successful Bidder, at his expense, will replace any bag which is not closed properly or which bursts or get damaged during delivery. Director shall have right to get tested the quality of packing to ensure that it conforms to food grade level by taking random samples from various stages of commodity movement. All packing charges will be borne by the successful Bidders. (e) The 1 Kg Polythene/25 Kg HDPE woven begs in which the EDF will be delivered shall be marked in indelible ink with the following: ICDS, Food Supplements for Uttarakhand NOT FOR SALE Manufacturing Details (i) Batch No. (ii) Ingredients and their percentages (iii) Nutritive Value: Calorie ____ kcal & Protein ___ gm per 100 gm (as per type of EDF) (iv) Date of Manufacture (v) Shelf Life 90 Days Tested and found fit for consumption by ICDS beneficiaries. (f) Any bag dispatched without above marking will be returned to the successful Bidder at his cost. (g) The successful Bidder shall obtain receipt in duplicate from the authorized officer/staff of the Project office(s) with date and office stamp at the time of delivery of EDF. (h) Analysis of EDF will have to be done by the successful Bidder. If it is found in the course of analysis that the EDF does not conform to the
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specifications mentioned in Clause-3 of this Tender document then the same shall not be dispatched to the ICDS Project godowns. (17) SUBMISSION OF BILL AND MODE OF PAYMENT (a) The successful Bidder will submit bills for the EDF manufactured and delivered in a particular month alongwith test reports. The bills should be attached with receipt signed alongwith official seal by the authorized officer or staff of the ICDS Project office(s). (b) After scrutiny of the bills and on getting the confirmation from the ICDS Projects, the Director will make payment to successful Bidder. (c) All payments will be made through Account Payee Cheque/ Treasury Cheque/ Bank Draft only. (d) Tax at source if applicable, will be deducted from the bills at the prevailing rate and a certificate will be issued. (e) The payment shall be made as early as possible and preferably within forty five days after submission of bills by the successful Bidder. Timely payment of bills will depend upon the date of submission of bill, availability of budget with the Directorate of ICDS and after obtaining results of quality checks that the Directorate of ICDS may conduct. (18) VARIATION IN QUANTITY AND THE DELIVERY SCHEDULE Variation in estimated quantity or modification in the DI will not vitiate the Agreement. It is made clear that the Director is at liberty to vary the quantity of EDF to be manufactured & delivered in Uttarakhand as per the requirement and accordingly Director may change the quantity of EDF. (19) AGREEMENT VALIDITY PERIOD The Agreement will remain in force for a period of one year from the date of execution of the Agreement, unless extended by mutual consent of both the parties. (20) VARIATION IN PRICE OF RAW MATERIAL Any variation in price of raw material or price index will not affect the price quoted by the successful Bidder and shall not vitiate the Agreement and he will be bound to continue to manufacture & deliver the EDF on the price indicated in the Agreement for the entire duration of the Agreement. (21) SUBLETTING Subletting of the work will not be allowed in any case. (22) INSPECTIONS (a) The Director or committee authorized by the Director may inspect the manufacturing unit of the successful bidders and get the EDF sample analyzed and tested in any National Accreditation Board for Testing
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and Calibration Laboratories (NABL)/ Government approved laboratory as and when required. (b) Under testing deficiency in quality or non-conformation of the approved specifications of the EDF, if detected, will be seriously dealt with in accordance with the law of the land, which includes rejection at the cost of successful Bidder. In addition to above, suitable deductions upto 2% of the amount of the Bill of the successful Bidder may be made from the bills of the successful Bidder by the Director, after giving an opportunity of being heard. (c) The Director or committee authorized by the Director shall have the right to inspect and draw samples at any place right from the place of manufacture, to the place where it is being distributed. (d) If required, Food and Nutrition Board (FNB) in collaboration with the Government will carry out periodic checks of EDF manufactured and supplied by the Successful Bidder to ascertain whether: i. Prescribed standards are adhered to; ii. Quality and nutritive value is maintained; iii. The norms as per Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) are maintained. (23) DELAYED DELIVERY/SHORT DELIVERY (a) The successful Bidder will have to abide by the DI issued by the Director. However if at any time during the performance of the Agreement, the successful bidders encounters Force Majeure impeding timely manufacture and delivery of EDF and performance of his services, the successful Bidder shall promptly notify the Director in writing of the facts of the delay, it's likely duration and its cause(s). After receipt of the successful Bidders notice, the Director shall evaluate the situation and may, at its discretion, extend the time for delivery equal to the period of Force Majeure. (b) In case of delay in delivery of EDF as per the DI, unless an extension of time is agreed upon by the Director as explained above, a deduction @ 0.5% of the cost of quantity involved in delayed delivery will be made per complete week and the amount of deduction will be recovered from the bills of the successful Bidder. Amount of deduction shall, however, not exceed 2% of cost of EDF involved in delay in delivery. In case of non delivery/partial delivery the deduction may be made up to 2% of the cost of EDF not delivered as per instructions from the other pending bills of the successful Bidder.

(24) SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES Any disputes, difference or controversy of whatever nature between the parties, howsoever arising under, out of or in relation to this agreement shall in the first instance be attempted to be resolved amicably failing which it shall be decided by a Sole Arbitrator. The Sole Arbitrator shall be appointed by mutual consent of the parties; failing such consensus, Principal Secretary,
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Legislative Department, Govt. of Uttarakhand shall be Sole Arbitrator. The decision of Sole Arbitrator shall be final and binding upon both the parties. The expenses incurred by each party in connection with the preparation, presentation etc. of arbitrator proceeding shall be borne by each party itself. The place of arbitration shall be Dehradun. Notwithstanding any reference to arbitration herein: (a) The parties shall continue to perform their respective obligations under the Agreement unless they otherwise agree; and (b) The Director shall make the payment due towards the manufacture and delivery of EDF. (c) All disputes between the parties shall be subject to jurisdiction of courts at Dehradun only. (25) TEMINATION OF AGREEMENT In case of deficiency in quality or delay in deliveries of EDF, not beyond the control of successful Bidder, or unsatisfactory performance of successful Bidders, the Government may rescind the Agreement and recover the damages up 10% of the value of Agreement as arrears of land revenue. No such action shall be taken without affording opportunity of hearing to the successful Bidder. (26) ABANDONMENT OF AGREEMENT Without prejudice to right contained in Clause 25 above, the Government reserves the right to abandon the Agreement, without assigning any reason. Government may abandon the Agreement, after giving one month prior notice to the Successful Bidder. In such case, successful Bidder shall not be entitled to get any compensation. (27) FORCE MAJEURE The Successful Bidder shall not be liable for any excess costs or penalty for failure to perform, if the failure to perform the Agreement arises out of causes beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of the successful Bidder. Such causes may include Acts of God (including fire, flood, earthquake or any other natural disaster), blockage of roads, labor dispute, strike, embargo and unusually severe weather, Acts of the Government in its sovereign capacity etc. (28) GOVERNING LAW The Agreement shall be governed by the law of India. (29) NO PARTNERSHIP Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be constructed or interpreted as constituting a partnership between the parties.

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ANNEXURE - A
TECNICAL BID
(To be filled up by the bidder) 1. Name and Address of the Bidder 2. Particulars of Bidder's constitution Name of the proprietor A. If Proprietorship Full address

B. If partnership firm

a) Name of partners and their address 12345a) Name of Directors and their address

C. If Company under Indian Companies Act.1956 123453. Location of Production unit/units 4. Name and Address of the Bankers 5. Apart from the above information the following documents should be enclosed along with the technical bid for fulfilling the General Eligibility Terms. (a) Earnest Money Deposit in the form of a Bank Draft drawn on any Nationalized Bank in favor of The Director ICDS payable at Dehradun. (b) Legal status of the manufacturing unit and the bidders firm/Company issued by competent authority. (c) Copy of the PFA license and permission from pollution control board to operate in the name of the manufacturing unit. (d) Analytical report issued by any NABL/ Government approved laboratory. (e) Shelf life certificate issued by any NABL/ Government approved laboratory. (f) Certificate in accordance with Clause-8 (e) of Eligible Bidders.
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(g)

(h)

(i)

(j) (k)

(l)

(m)

(n) (o) (p)

Copy of the PAN Card /TAN No, Value Added Tax (VAT), Registration from Trade Tax/ Commercial Tax Department of the bidder. No dues certificate from the Sales Tax Department upto the end of preceeding month of the date of publication of the NIT. In case of partnership Firm/ Company each Partner/Director shall individually furnish practicing Chartered Accountant's Certificate in this regard. Banker's Certificate regarding sound financial status and cash net worth of the bidder and as per clause 8 (j). Certificate from a practicing Chartered Accountant that the Bidders firm/ company is not involved in theft or non-payment of government dues of taxes. Each partner/ Director of the partnership firm/Company, as the case may be shall individually furnish a Certificate from a practicing Chartered Accountant in this regard. Balance Sheet(s) and P&L Account for last three financial years i.e. 2008-09, 2009-10 & 2010-11 of the bidder. Literature of EDF to be manufactured and delivered by the bidder indicating its composition, calorific value, Protein and vitamins & minerals of each 100 gms, process of production, mode of packing and distribution and other relevant details of the products alongwith two bags of 1 kg each of EDF products proposed to be manufactured and delivered as sample. Certificate from the Directorate of Industries of any authority of the State/Central Government specifying the Production Capacity of the manufacturing unit of the bidder. The Memorandum of Association and Article of Association or registered partnership deed of the Bidders Company or firm, as the case may be, duly signed by the bidder or by Partners/Directors of the Partnership Firm/Company, as the case may be. Copies of Valid ISO 9001:2008 and HACCP Certificates in the name of manufacturing unit. An Undertaking on a stamp paper by the Bidder as per Clause 8 (m) & 8(n). Percentage of processing loss of wheat during manufacture of EDF.

I/we have read all the terms and conditions of the NOTICE INVITING TENDER and TENDER DOCUMENT and the ANNEXURES thereto and agree to accept and abide by the same in toto. The above quotation has been prepared after taking into account all the terms and conditions of TENDER DOCUMENT and NOTICE INVITING TENDER. Signature of the Bidder________________________ "SEAL" Name of Signatory __________________________ (In capital letter) Designation of Signatory________________________ Date__________________ Place_________________
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ANNEXURE B-1 FINANCE BID For Energy Dense Food - in 01 kg packing


(1) Bidder shall quote Rate per Metric Ton (MT) for Manufacture/Processing, Supply and Transportation of Energy Dense Food- upto Project Godowns at ICDS Project level as indicated in the following Performa, in duplicate and all columns should be filled. Incomplete Bid(s) and those not on this proforma are liable to be rejected. Price in Rs. per M.T.
S.No Particulars Type-1 EDF Type -2 EDF With Without With Without BPL BPL BPL BPL Wheat Wheat Wheat Wheat Type -3 EDF With Without BPL BPL Wheat Wheat

A 1.

Basic Price

Excise Duty, any (Please indicate % also) 3. Sales Tax, if any (Please indicate % also) Total (including Taxes i.e. 1+2+3) B Freight, forwards and Insurance Charges C Total FOR Destination Price (A+B) D Percentage of Process Losses against allotment of BPL Wheat (in figure and words) Type-1 EDF :

2.

(1) Rates offered per M.T. (in words); (1a) With BPL Wheat ------------------------------------------------------------------------(1b) Without BPL Wheat ---------------------------------------------------------------------(2a) Quantity offered per month (in M.T.) ------------------------------------------------(2b) (in words) -------------------------------------------------------------------------(3) Details of Excise Duty Exemption/ Concession available, if any
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Type-2 EDF:

(1) Rates offered per M.T. (in words); (1a) With BPL Wheat ------------------------------------------------------------------------(1b) Without BPL Wheat ---------------------------------------------------------------------(2a) Quantity offered per month (in M.T.) ------------------------------------------------(2b) (in words) -------------------------------------------------------------------------(3) Details of Excise Duty Exemption/ Concession available, if any
Type-3 EDF

(1) Rates offered per M.T. (in words); (1a) With BPL Wheat ------------------------------------------------------------------------(1b) Without BPL Wheat ---------------------------------------------------------------------(2a) Quantity offered per month (in M.T.) ------------------------------------------------(2b) (in words) -------------------------------------------------------------------------(3) Details of Excise Duty Exemption/ Concession available, if any

I/we have read all the terms and conditions of the NOTICE INVITING TENDER and the ANNEXURES thereto and agree to accept and abide by the same in toto. The above quotation has been prepared after taking into account all the terms and conditions of NOTICE INVIITING TENDER. Signature of the Tenderer ________________________ "SEAL" Name of Signatory __________________________ (in capital letter) Designation of Signatory________________________ Name and address of the firm Date__________________

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ANNEXURE B-2 FINANCE BID For Energy Dense Food - in 25 kg packing


(1) Bidder shall quote Rate per Metric Ton (MT) for Manufacture/Processing, Supply and Transportation of Energy Dense Food- upto Project Godowns at ICDS Project level as indicated in the following Performa, in duplicate and all columns should be filled. Incomplete Bid(s) and those not on this proforma are liable to be rejected. Price in Rs. per M.T.
S.No Particulars Type-1 EDF Type -2 EDF With Without With Without BPL BPL BPL BPL Wheat Wheat Wheat Wheat Type -3 EDF With Without BPL BPL Wheat Wheat

A 1.

Basic Price

Excise Duty, any (Please indicate % also) 3. Sales Tax, if any (Please indicate % also) Total (including Taxes i.e. 1+2+3) B Freight, forwards and Insurance Charges C Total FOR Destination Price (A+B) D Percentage of Process Losses against allotment of BPL Wheat (in figure and words) Type-1 EDF :

2.

(1) Rates offered per M.T. (in words); (1a) With BPL Wheat ------------------------------------------------------------------------(1b) Without BPL Wheat ---------------------------------------------------------------------(2a) Quantity offered per month (in M.T.) ------------------------------------------------(2b) (in words) -------------------------------------------------------------------------(3) Details of Excise Duty Exemption/ Concession available, if any

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Type-2 EDF:

(1) Rates offered per M.T. (in words); (1a) With BPL Wheat ------------------------------------------------------------------------(1b) Without BPL Wheat ---------------------------------------------------------------------(2a) Quantity offered per month (in M.T.) ------------------------------------------------(2b) (in words) -------------------------------------------------------------------------(3) Details of Excise Duty Exemption/ Concession available, if any
Type-3 EDF

(1) Rates offered per M.T. (in words); (1a) With BPL Wheat ------------------------------------------------------------------------(1b) Without BPL Wheat ---------------------------------------------------------------------(2a) Quantity offered per month (in M.T.) ------------------------------------------------(2b) (in words) -------------------------------------------------------------------------(3) Details of Excise Duty Exemption/ Concession available, if any

I/we have read all the terms and conditions of the NOTICE INVITING TENDER and the ANNEXURES thereto and agree to accept and abide by the same in toto. The above quotation has been prepared after taking into account all the terms and conditions of NOTICE INVIITING TENDER. Signature of the Tenderer ________________________ "SEAL" Name of Signatory __________________________ (in capital letter) Designation of Signatory________________________ Name and address of the firm Date__________________

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ANNEXURE -C
BANK GUARANTEE

A. In consideration of The Government of Uttarakhand having agreed to award M/s ...............................................................(Name of the Bidder) having its registered office at........................................................( hereinafter called the "manufacturer") the work of manufacture and delivery of EDF under the terms & conditions of an Agreement to be made between the Manufacturer and the Government of Uttarakhand (hereinafter called the "Agreement") under the provision of the Agreement has agreed to accept security Deposit of Rs. 1,00,00,000/- (Rupees One Crore only) in form of a Bank Guarantee for the due fulfillment of the Agreement. We..................................................(Name & address of the Bank) (hereinafter called the "Bank") at the request of M/s.............................. (Name of the manufacturer do here by undertake to pay to the Government acting through the Director ICDS Uttarakhand (hereinafter called "The Director") an amount not exceeding Rs1,00,00,000/- (Rupees One Crore only) against any loss and damage caused to or suffered or would cause to or suffered by the Government by reason of any breach by the manufacturer of any of the terms or conditions contained in the Agreement. B. We.....................................................(Name of the Bank) do hereby undertake to pay the amounts due and payable under the guarantee without any demur merely on a demand from the Government stating that the amount claimed is due by way of loss or damage cause to or would caused to or suffered by the Government by the way of loss or damage caused to or would caused to or suffered by the Government by reason of breach by the Manufacturer of any of the terms & conditions contained in the Agreement or by reason of the Manufacturer failure to perform the Agreement. Any such demand made on the Bank shall be conclusive as regards the amount due and payable by the Bank under this guarantee. However, our liability under this guarantee shall be restricted to an amount not exceeding Rs. 1,00,00,000/(Rupees One Crore only). C. We undertake to pay the Government any money so demanded notwithstanding any dispute or disputes raised by the Manufacturer in any suit or proceedings pending before any court or tribunal in respect thereto. Our liability under this guarantee is absolute and unequivocal.

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The Payment so made by us under this guarantee shall be valid discharge of our liability for payment hereunder and the Manufacturer shall have no claim against us for making such payment. D. We............................................................................(Bank) further agree that the guarantee herein contained shall be made in full force and effective for a period of three and half years from the date of issue and that it shall continue to be enforceable till all the dues of the Government under or by virtue of the Agreement have been fully paid and its claims satisfied or discharged or till the Government certifies that the terms and conditions of the Agreement have been fully and properly carried out by the Manufacturer and accordingly discharged this guarantee. Notwithstanding anything contained hereinabove, our liability under this guarantee shall be restricted to an amount not exceeding Rs. 1,00,00,000/(Rupees One Crore only). E. We.....................................................................(Name of the bank) further agreed with the Government that it (Government) shall have the fullest liberty without our consent and without affecting in any manner our obligations heir in under, to vary the terms & conditions of the Agreement or to extend time of performance by the Manufacturer from time to time or to postpone at any time or from time to time. any of the powers exercisable by the Government against the Manufacturer and to enforce any of the terms & conditions of the Agreement, we shall not be relieved from our liability by reason of any such variation, or extension being granted to the Manufacturer or for any forbearance, act of omission on the part of the Government or any indulgence by the Government to the Manufacturer or by any such matter or things whatsoever which under the law relating to the sureties would, but for this provision have effect of so relieving us. F. We...........................................................................(Name of the Bank) lastly undertake not to revoke this guarantee during its currency except with the previous consent of the Government in writing. G. This guarantee shall remain valid in full effect from.......................................

Bankers Signature

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ANNEXURE-D
MICRONUTRIENT FORTIFICATIAON AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA VIDE LETTER DATED 24.02.2009

RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES NUTRIENT INTAKES AND GAPS Children 06 months to Pregnant Women Lactating Women 3 years
RDA INTAKE GAP RDA INTAKE GAP RDA INTAKE GAP

ENERGY (kcal) PROTEIN (g) IRON (mg) VITAMIN A (ug) CALCIUM (mg) THIAMIN (mg) FIBOFLAVIN (mg) NIACIN (mg) VITAMIN (mg) FREE FOLIC ACID (ug)

1240.0 22.0 12.0 400.0 400.0 0.6 0.7 8.0 30.0 30.0

687.0 18.6 4.3 56.0 161.0 0.4 0.3 4.7 9.0 18.0

553.0 3.4 7.7 344.0 239.0 0.2 0.4 3.3 21.0 12.0

2175 65 38 600 1000 1.1 1.3 14.0 40 400

1654 45 12 111 352 1.0 0.5 12.4 26 48

521 20 26 489 648 0.1 0.8 1.6 14 352

2425 75 30 950 1000 1.2 1.4 16 80 150

1852 46.7 11.8 107 320 1.2 0.6 14.4 28 53

573 28.3 18.2 843 680 0 0.8 1.6 52 97

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ANNEXURE-E LIST OF DELIVERY POINTS


District Champawat ICDS Projects Champawat Barakot Lohaghat Pati District Haridwar (Including SABLA) ICDS Projects Roorkee Haridwar Shahar Bhagwanpur Narsan Bahadarabad Khanpur Laksar Bahadarabad II Roorkee Rural II Roorkee City Mangalore Ramgarh Haldwani Shahar Ram Nagar Bhimtal Betalghat Dhari Haldwani Kotabag OkhalKanda Khatima Kashipur Shahar Sitarganj Gadarpur Bajpur Kashipur Jaspur Rudrapur Rudrapur City Jaspur City Sult Takula Tarikhet Bhainsiachhina Dhauladevi Dwarahaat Chaukhutia Hawalbag Lamgada Syaldei Bhikiasain

Rudraprayag

Jakholi Agastyamuni Ukhimath

Pithoragarh

Dharchula Munsyari Pithoragarh Berinag Kanalichheena Gangolihat Munakot Didihaat Paudi Shahar Khirsu Kotabag Kaljikhal Dugadda Beerokhal Ekeshwar Dwarikhal Jaiharikhal Pabo Naini Danda Rikhni Khal Pokhda Thalisain Yamkeshwar

Nainital (Including SABLA)

Pauri Garhwal

US Nagar

Almora

Dehradun

Sahaspur

Kalsi Chakrata Dehradun Shahar Vikas Nagar Doiwala Raipur Chamoli (Including SABLA) Dasholi Karnprayag Gairsain Dewal Narayanbagar
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Tehri

Chamba Jakhnidhar Pratapnagar Hindolakhal Jaunpur Narendranagar Bhilangana Thauldhar Kirtinagar

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Uttarakashi (Including SABLA)

Tharali Joshimath Pokhri Ghat Chinyalisaur Dunda Bhatwari Mori Purola Naugaon

Bageshwar

Bageshwar Kapkot Garur Baijnath

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ANNEXURE F
Fortified Blended Energy Dense Food Type-1 (for the children in the age group of 6 months 3 years)
1. Product Profile A Supplementary Nutrition Food specially formulated for small children in the age group of 6 months 3 years. It is Energy Dense Food fortified with Micronutrients in Dry Powder Form and is having very good shelf life of 3 months. 2. Product Composition S.No Ingredients 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Whole Wheat Soya Flour Mandua Maize Sugar Rice Bengal Gram Dal Edible Oil V/M Premix Total

Qty. in % 18 19 5 5 30 7 3 12 1 100

Nutritive Values Proteins in gms Calories 2.16 66.6 8.49 88.1 0.39 17.6 0.58 17.6 0.03 118.4 0.49 26.2 0.65 12.5 0.00 108.0 0.00 0.00 12.80 455.0

3. Micronutrient Fortification Weaning Food shall be fortified with the following essential micronutrients with 50% of RDA requirements per beneficiary per day: Vitamins Per serving of 110 gms i) Vitamin A (mcg) 200 ii) Thiamine (mg) 0.30 iii) Riboflavin (mg) 0.35 iv) Niacin (mg) 4.0 v) Vitamin C (mg) 15.0 vi) Free Folic Acid (mcg) 15.0 Minerals i) Calcium (mg) 200 ii) Iron (mg) 6.0 4. Process of manufacture Raw Material such as Wheat, Maize, Rice, Mandua, Bengal Gram Dal, Soyabean of good quality are cleaned properly to remove dust, stones, metals and other extraneous matter. After cleaning, it is roasted / extruded at required temperatures and is cooled immediately and are pulverized in pulverizer / hammer mill to make powder and then shifted in plain shifter. Sugar and Edible Oil are homogenously mixed with roasted / extruded material and micronutrient fortification is done before packing of the final product. 5. Product Specifications Parameter Taste Texture Moisture Ash
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Observed Result Sweet Powder form 3.2 (+) / (-) 0.25% < 1.6%

6. Recommended Packing Product will be packed in bulk packing in 25 kg / 1 kg. 7. Nutritive Value / 100 gms Proteins: 12.5 gms Calories: 455 K.Cal 8. Mode of Consumption The product may be consumed in the form of gruel by adding 25 gms of dry Weaning Food in 100 gms of boiling milk or water in clean utensils and mixed properly. The Gruel so prepared is fed to the child after cooling. 9. Recommended Quantity / beneficiary / day S.No Beneficiary Revised Nutritional Norms Calorie Protein (Kcal) (in gms) 1 Children 500 12-15 (6 months to 3 yrs.) 2 Severely Malnourished 800 20-25 Children

Serving Size (in gms)

Protein (in gms)

Calories

110 176

13.75 22.00

500 800

10. Cost of Weaning Food per beneficiary S.No Beneficiary Revised Financial Norms Per Beneficiary per day 1 Children Rs. 4.00 (6 months to 3 yrs.) 2 Severely Malnourished Rs. 6.00 Children 11. Shelf Life The shelf life of the product is 3 months at the room temperature.

Serving Size (in gms) 110 176

Cost per Beneficiary (in Rs.) 4.00 6.00

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ANNEXURE G
Paushtik Fortified Blended Energy Dense Food Type-2 (for Adolescent Girls and Pregnant & Lactating Women)
1. Product Profile It is Ready to Eat Energy Dense Food high in Calories value and Proteins contents fortified with Minerals and Vitamins formulated to provide extra Calories and Proteins to targeted beneficiaries i.e. Adolescent Girls and Pregnant Women & Lactating Mothers. Product can be easily transported and distributed to target groups. 2. Product Composition S.No Ingredients 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Whole Wheat Soya Flour Sugar Rice Bengal Gram Seasame Seeds Edible Oil V/M Premix Total

Qty. in % 26 20 30 8 3 2 10 1 100

Nutritive Values Proteins in gms Calories 3.37 95.00 8.49 83.76 0.03 120.00 0.56 29.35 0.67 10.14 0.38 13.12 0.00 90.00 0.00 0.00 13.50 441.37

3. Micronutrient Fortification Panjari Shall be fortified with the following essential micronutrients with 50 % of RDA requirements per beneficiaries per day: Vitamins Per serving of 110 gms i) Vitamin A (mcg) 475 ii) Thiamine (mg) 0.60 iii) Riboflavin (mg) 0.70 iv) Niacin (mg) 8.0 v) Vitamin C (mg) 40.0 vi) Free Folic Acid (mcg) 200 Minerals i) Calcium (mg) 500 ii) Iron (mg) 19.0 4. Process of manufacture Raw Material such as Wheat, Soyabean, Rice, Bengal Gram and Seasame Seeds of good quality are cleaned properly to remove dust, stones, metals and other extraneous matter. After cleaning, it is roasted / extruded at required temperatures and is cooled immediately and are pulverized in pulverizer / hammer mill to make powder and then shifted in plain shifter. Sugar and Edible Oil are homogenously mixed with roasted / extruded material and micronutrient fortification is done before packing of the final product. 5. Product Specifications Parameter Taste Texture Moisture Ash
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Observed Result Sweet Powder form 3.2 (+) / (-) 0.25% < 1.6%

6. Recommended Packing Product will be packed in bulk packing in 25 kg / 1 kg. 7. Nutritive Value / 100 gms Proteins: 13.5 gms Calories: 441 K.Cal 8. Mode of Consumption The product has good flavor and taste and can be consumed directly as such. Panjiri can also consumed in form of Halwa by adding hot water. 9. Recommended Quantity / beneficiary / day S.No Beneficiary Revised Nutritional Norms Calorie Protein (Kcal) (in gms) 1 Adolescent Girls, Pregnant Women and 600 18-20 Lactating Mothers 10. Cost of Panjiri per beneficiary S.No Beneficiary

Serving Size (in gms)

Protein (in gms)

Calories

137

18.5

604

Revised Financial Norms Per Beneficiary per day Rs. 5.00

Serving Size (in gms) 137

Cost per Beneficiary (in Rs.) 5.00

Adolescent Girls, Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers

11. Shelf Life The shelf life of the product is 3 months at the room temperature.

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ANNEXURE H
Paushtik Fortified Blended Energy Dense Food Type-3 (for Adolescent Girls and Pregnant & Lactating Women)
1. Product Profile It is Supplementary Energy Dense Food high in Calories value and Proteins contents fortified with Minerals and Vitamins formulated to provide extra Calories and Proteins to targeted beneficiaries i.e. Adolescent Girls, Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers. Product can be easily transported and distributed to target groups. 2. Product Composition S.No Ingredients 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Whole Wheat Soya Flour Seasame Seeds Mandua Rice Edible Oil V/M Premix Total

Qty. in % 50 15 2 6 11 15 1 100

Nutritive Values Proteins in gms Calories 5.86 172.00 6.63 66.32 0.38 13.12 0.47 20.20 0.77 39.30 0.00 135.00 0.00 0.00 14.11 445.94

3. Micronutrient Fortification Panjari Shall be fortified with the following essential micronutrients with 50 % of RDA requirements per beneficiaries per day: Vitamins Per serving of 110 gms i) Vitamin A (mcg) 475 ii) Thiamine (mg) 0.60 iii) Riboflavin (mg) 0.70 iv) Niacin (mg) 8.0 v) Vitamin C (mg) 40.0 vi) Free Folic Acid (mcg) 200 Minerals i) Calcium (mg) 500 ii) Iron (mg) 19.0 4. Process of manufacture Raw Material such as Wheat, Soyabean, Rice, Bengal Gram and Seasame Seeds of good quality are cleaned properly to remove dust, stones, metals and other extraneous matter. After cleaning, it is roasted / extruded at required temperatures and is cooled immediately and are pulverized in pulverizer / hammer mill to make powder and then shifted in plan shifter. Sugar and Edible Oil is homogenously mixed with roasted / extruded material and micronutrient fortification is done at the time of packing final product. 5. Product Specifications Parameter Taste Texture Moisture Ash

Observed Result Sugar & Salt may be added as per taste Powder form 3.2 (+) / (-) 0.25% < 1.6%

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6. Recommended Packing Product will be packed in bulk packing in 25 kg / 1 kg. 7. Nutritive Value / 100 gms Proteins: 14.00 gms Calories: 445 K.Cal 8. Mode of Consumption The product has good aroma and taste and may be used in various recipes with sugar / salt as per taste. 9. Recommended Quantity / beneficiary / day S.No Beneficiary Revised Nutritional Norms Calorie Protein (Kcal) (in gms) 1 Adolescent Girls, Pregnant Women and 600 18-20 Lactating Mothers 10. Cost of Panjiri per beneficiary S.No Beneficiary

Serving Size (in gms)

Protein (in gms)

Calories

135

19.0

600

Revised Financial Norms Per Beneficiary per day Rs. 5.00

Serving Size (in gms) 140

Cost per Beneficiary (in Rs.) 5.00

Adolescent Girls, Pregnant and Lactating Mothers

11. Shelf Life The shelf life of the product is 3 months at the room temperature.

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