Dairy – by – Product

Recent study shows that the Dairy by Product Manufacturing is India’s largest producer of milk in the world which is nearly 10% of the world production. Various milk-based products which can be manufactured commercially in a rural industry are Paneer (Cheese), Dahi (Curd), Ghee etc. These products can be manufactured by low cost traditional methods and machineries. This kind of industries can be located in area where abundance quantity of milk is available. The cost of these products would be considerably low compared to those of big companies. A good number of employment generations is possible with low investment.

In dairy by product manufacturing, Milk and its products are the essential item of daily life in our country especially majority of Indians are vegetarian and thus milk and milk products are indispensable to Indians.Dairy Foods delivers the dairy news and information necessary for dairy business success. The per capital consumption was 122gm. Per day in 1979 against an availability of 281gms. Today per capital consumption as well as production quantity has increased and there is a need to make available milk and milk products to the people at reasonable price which can be attained only by setting small scale model dairy units in different milk producing areas to cater to the local needs. There is a challenge of multi-national companies paying major role in this industry. So it would be better for rural industries to produce milk products with a traditional tinge.

Who Should Attend

Progressive farmers,  Small marginal farmers, Dairy Product buyers, Sales  all those who wish to know about Dairy By Product Processing &  its opportunities

Learning Outcomes

  • Detail understanding about Dairy By Product Processing and solve ur all questions
  • Understanding how to earn from this Business
  • Industrial Visit For Practical Knowledge
  • Direct interaction with industry experts/Successful entrepreneurs

Course Curriculum

Availability Of Raw Material
Processing Of Products
Packaging & Labelling
Labour Requirement
Electricity Consumption
Cost Implementation
Government Schemes
Banking & Finance
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