Abhishek Khadka

Feed Regulation

Feed Regulation, 2041 (1984)

Date of Publication in Nepal Gazette
2041.4.8 (23 July 1984)
 

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 17 of the Feed Act 2033 (1976), His Majesty’s Government has framed the following rules.

Chapter-1
Preliminary

1. Short title and commencement:

a. These rules may be cited as the "Feed Regulation, 2041 (1984) ".
b. This Regulation shall come into force at once.

2. Definitions:
Unless the subject or the context otherwise requires, in this Regulation:

Food Regulation

Food Regulation 1970

Date of publication in Nepal Gazette

2027.5.15 (31 August 1970)

Amendment:

The Food (First Amendment) Regulation, 2027 (1970)

2030.2.29 (1 June 1973)

The Food (Second Amendment) Regulation, 2032 (1975) 2032.6.6 (22 October 1975)
The Food (Third Amendment) Regulation, 2048 (1991) 2048.3.17 (1 July 1991)
The Food (Fourth Amendment) Regulation, 2054 (1998) 2054.12.10 (23 March 1998)

Introduction to Food Preservation Part II

Basically food preservation styles are of many types some are discussed in earlier session. The previous ones were the conventional process whereas the in this blog there is the food preservation equipment system which are eco-friendly. The preservation system may use the same principle as discussed in earlier ones. In this session we discuss some of the commercial equipment used in food preservation.
a. Equipment for drying purpose and eco-friendly
i. Heated air drying system
Figure CIGR handbook of agriculture engineering

Introduction to Food Preservation Part I

Food spoilage and food preservation techniques:

The crop when harvested from the farm then the produce the post agricultural system. For the longer shelf life the harvested is to be processed which in general called Food Processing. The produce which is harvested has the many factors which could be deteriorated some of them are

a. Microorganism

i. Bacteria.

ii. Fungi

  • Yeasts
  • Moulds

b. Food Borne Diseases

c. Food Enzyme presence

d. Chemical Breakdown

Successful Stories on Food Entrepreneurship

Some success stories of Nepali Food Entrepreneurs in national and international market

As mentioned earlier entrepreneurship is a risk and should be courageous enough to take that risk. There are many Nepalese Agri-Food Entrepreneurs who had succeeded in their life as well as other failed. One of the success stories like bajeko sekuwa is highlighted here

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRopFWVAICk

 

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