Arun Gadsulwar
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Drying Issues

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sanjeev Sharma May 11, 2012. 1 Reply

hello frnds,At my wrkplace we r facing issues with drying of papaya cherries..,its affecting the appearnce n textre of d prdct...,wht measures shall v apply at indstrial levl for minimizing the…Continue

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My Professional Qualification
M Tech
Karunya Institute Of Technology.
My Professional Experience
Compleated M.Tech. in Food Processing working as a Production Manager.

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Drinks with 320ppm caffeine to be labelled 'caffeinated drinks': FSSAI

Posted on September 25, 2012 at 9:42pm 0 Comments

Currently, the prescribed upper limit of caffeine in soft drinks and aerated sugar water is 145 ppm



Human hair is used as a food additive! It is used to make l-cysteine, an amino acid.

Posted on July 5, 2012 at 8:36pm 1 Comment

Your hair is a rich source of amino acid called L-cysteine. And here is the hair-raising fact: L-cysteine was extracted from human hair and used as flavor enhancer or flour improver in your food. It is sometimes listed as E920 on food packaging.

The dough for pizza crusts, meat dumpling (pao), vegetarian meat or soya sauce may contain L-cysteine. More than a decade ago, human hair was a main source of L-cysteine. The major source was Chinese hair because it…


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At 9:07pm on January 14, 2012, Rashmi Bhat said…

hello Arun... im good hw abot u?


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