Working in kitchen made simple

we vThere was something for everybody at the Food Technology Expo held at the Palace Grounds. For those involved in the production and distribution of agricultural products, there was a whole section devoted to the newest technology, equipment and implements in this sector.

For the busy professional, who has limited time to spend in the kitchen or housewife looking to reduce her chores, there was a range of products from readymade foods to household gadgets that would help simplify chores around the home and kitchen.
“We are in the business of bringing together people in the agricultural sector as well urban consumers who want to know what's available in the market. Visitors had a look at foods being prepared live, like buns, cookies, pastries and fancy cream cakes. Pre-cooked and ready to heat and eat foods on a par with international standards as well as international brands like Mc Cain, an American brand which has come out with a whole range of products especially created for the Indian market were displayed here,” said Cyril Pereira, one of the organisers.

Fun foods had a whole range of sauces, salad dressings and readymade flavours and spreads that covered virtually all requirements.
Beekays, the cookie people had chefs producing trays of baked goodies in front of a rapt audience. Bhat’s chappatis made by machines from whole wheat flour and neatly packaged were also available for those who wanted to reduce time spent in the kitchen.
“They are available in all supermarkets and can be kept upto seven days in the refrigerator. Put them in the microwave for a few seconds and they puff up like the ones made on a flame,” said the manufacturers.

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