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DAIRY PRODUCTS

Seminar on antibiotic residue for dairy focus of GiTEx’s seventh essay
Wednesday, 26 July, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
Product demonstrations and a technical seminar on antibiotic residue for the dairy sector will be the highlights of the seventh edition of GiTEx, slated to take place at The Park, Chennai, and Courtyard by Marriott, Hyderabad, on July 26 and July 28, 2017, respectively. The events will be organised by business research and consulting firm F1RST.  

A few notable invitees include Hatsun, Heritage, the Telangana State Dairy Development Co-operative Federation (TSDDCF), Hyderabad, Kwality Milk Foods, Schreiber Dynamix Dairies, Dodla Dairy, Creamline Dairy Products, Milky Mist Dairy Food, Jamaai Ice Cream, Tirumala Milk Products, etc. The event is aimed at providing a technical understanding of the use of the specific ingredients in the chosen sector.

DSM and DKSH, sponsors of the event, will provide a technical demonstration on the following products - nisin, natamycin, enzymes for making cheese and enzymes for lactose reduction.

The organisers said, “After the success of the previous six editions of GiTEx at various locations in India, we are now organising the seventh essay of the show in Chennai and Hyderabad, focusing on testing of antibiotic residues in milk and cultures for dairy products.”

“Dairy product manufacturers, including milk processing companies and manufacturers of flavoured milk, ice cream, yoghurt, cheese, paneer, milkshakes, etc., operating in and around the two southern cities are invited to attend the event,” they added.

F1RST, which specialises in food and beverage ingredients, is based in India and has a global footprint. It is an associate of Giract, Switzerland (which draws on a vast global network of privileged and high-level contacts in industry, academia and the government. Its multi-lingual and multi-cultural team bridges the information gap between the European, American and Asian food and beverage markets.

As part of the company’s innovative services for the ingredient industry, GiTEx innovation days are designed to provide the most convenient and cost-effective interaction between ingredient and technology providers and end users.

The event enables suppliers to customise their information, product samples, etc. to the specific needs of processors. It encourages the participation of new and medium-sized processors who may not otherwise be able to contact ingredient providers easily.
 
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