#3- A tale of commercializing millets

Quinoa, like millet, falls under the umbrella of ancient grains and has been pushed to be commercialized to stand at par with its counterpart’s rice and wheat. Likewise, 2023 is dedicated to the international year of millet by the UN, and 2013 was the international year of quinoa. We saw the boom of Quinoa at … Continue reading #3- A tale of commercializing millets

#1- Tracing back what was lost- A millet chronicle

Article Overview Origin of millets Millets and types Why were Millets lost? Efforts to bring back millet Revival of millets Origin of millets Historically, millet formed a significant chunk of the human diet. Over the years since its discovery, millets have gained labels such as "orphan grain," "ancient grain," "miracle grain," and "pseudocereal," among others. … Continue reading #1- Tracing back what was lost- A millet chronicle

PhD in Food Science and Technology in collaboration with Foodtech Simplified

https://youtu.be/8leewTbwbdU TFTC thanks Foodtech Simplified to have Debomitra Dey, from TFTC to have a detailed discussion on opportunities in pursuing PhD abroad. Hope this piece of conversation is useful to all. PhD in Food Science/Food Technology Aspirants, Watch This! (for India & Abroad) In this video, Ms Vijaya Parmar (PhD Scholar, Punjab Agricultural University) and … Continue reading PhD in Food Science and Technology in collaboration with Foodtech Simplified

COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact on Food Manufacturers.

I was sitting in front of the television, trying to understand the impact of COVID-19 on the entire world, and yet another breaking news flashes on the screen: “The Ohio government has declared a stay-at-home order” and “California has declared a complete lockdown.” Amidst all this chaos, my entire body stiffened, and many thoughts flooded … Continue reading COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact on Food Manufacturers.