According to Technomic’s new study, the 2009 Technomic Top 25 Bakery Cafe Chains Restaurant Report, system-wide sales for the bakery-café industry grew 12 percent in 2008 to $4.5 billion, led by Panera Bread, Einstein Bros. Bagels and Au Bon Pain, with $2.6 billion, $393 million and $307 million respectively.
"The consumer trade-down from full-service to limited-service formats that solidified through 2008 and into 2009 allowed fast-casual bakery cafes to truly shine," said Darren Tristano, executive vice president at Technomic. "The appeal of moderately priced, high-quality menu offerings served in contemporary ambiance, as well as consumer perception of value for this format, has more than likely strengthened over the past year."
Among the trends, products, and findings included in the report:
Health and nutrition: Einstein Bros. Bagels' Lighter Fare Menus.
Expansion of breakfast offerings: Atlanta Bread Company, Corner Bakery Café, and Panera Bread.
Revamped catering programs: Au Bon Pain's Hot Lunch line.
Value equation: La Madeleine's Choose Two Menu, Einstein Bros. Bagels' Snack-Out menu, Au Bon Pain's small-bite Portions menu.
Nontraditional sites and urban locations: airports, college campuses, military bases, medical centers and hotels.
Social media: use of Facebook and Twitter to promote new and limited-time offerings.
Bakery cafe chains' units expanded by 6.6 percent to 3,107 locations.
Paradise Bakery & Cafe was the sales growth leader at 30.7 percent. Le Pain Quotidien was the leader in store count growth rate at 29.6 percent.
Source: Technomic Inc
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Bisk Farm has three plants in West Bengal and is planning to open a new plant in Karanatka ,Bangalore .
5/1 Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Road,
Kolkata - 700 020
West Bengal, India.
Phone : +91-033-2281-8219/8369.
Fax : +91-033-2283-3510
Listed below are the world top 10 food and beverages companies . With globalization and economic liberalization spreading around the world these companies are represented in most of the countries .
|Company and Country||Sales ( USD Billion )|
|Nestle ( Switzerland)||96|
|Unilever ( UK , Holland)||59|
|Kraft Foods Inc ( USA)||37|
|Coca-Cola ( USA)||29|
|SAB Miller ( UK )||21|
|Danone ( France )||19|
|Pernod Ricard ( France )||10|
Source:World Investment Report UN ,2009
IIHM ( Indian Institute s of Hotel Management at Delhi , Mumbai , Bhopal , Chennai , Kolkatta , Ahmedabad )
CFTRI , Mysore
B.Sc. with Food and Nutrition
Kakatiya University, Warangal 506009
University of Calcutta, Calcutta 700073
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marabwada University, Aurangabad 431004
University of Delhi, Delhi 110007
University of Mysore, Mysore 570073
B.Sc. with Food Preservation
University of Madras, Chennai-600005
University of Calcutta, Calcutta-700073 B.Tech. (Food Engineering)
Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya, Distt. Satna 485331
Jadavpur University (after B.Sc.) Calcutta 700032
Kanpur University, Kanpur 208024 (UP) (M.Tech. is also available) B.Sc. Tech (after B.Sc.)
Nagpur University, Nagpur 440001
University of Bombay, Port, Mumbai 400032 (M.Sc. Tech is available in Food Technology and in Fermentation Technology). M.Sc. (Food Science)
Andhra University, Visakhapatnam 530003 (A.P.) M.Sc. Food Technology
Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology Pantnagar 263145 (U.P.) (M.Sc. Food and Nutrition is offered by the faculty of Home Science). M.Sc. in Food and Fermentation Technology and Food Sc, Tech.
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar 143005 (Punjab) M.Sc. (Food and Nutrition)
University of Mysore, Mysore 570005 (after Home Science)
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore 641003
University of Agricultural Sciences, Krishinagar, Dharwad 580003
“Our new initiatives build on about 40 packaging reduction projects completed in 2008 and reflect the way we continuously look for means to improve the packaging of our products and reduce our environmental footprint,” said Daniel S. Miller, Research and Development manager of packaging development at Hormel Foods. “In this process, we work with our suppliers to find innovative solutions.”
New packaging reduction highlights and projected savings include:
The elimination of extra room in the Jennie-O Turkey Store® burgers carton is expected to have an annual paperboard savings of more than 175,000 pounds.
Lloyd’s® barbeque tubs no longer have an extra paper sleeve. This modification will eliminate enough solid waste to fill 22 garbage trucks and save more than 660,000 pounds of paper fiber annually.
Reducing the thickness of the glass used to produce each jar of Hormel® bacon bits will produce annual material savings around 411,000 pounds.
Reconfiguration of the shipping box for Hormel® Compleats® microwave meals removed 23 percent of the material required to make the previous corrugated packaging box and generated an annual materials savings of 1.2 million pounds. In addition, changes to the size of the carton flaps of the product and reallocation of materials resulted in annual savings of more than 980 million pounds of solid waste.
Hormel® party trays packaging was redesigned to eliminate the need for shrink wrap to produce an annual savings of approximately 100,000 pounds. The corrugated case to ship the product will be smaller, resulting in a corrugated material savings of more than 174,000 pounds per year.
Redesign of the shipping box for Hormel® pork ribs, butts and bone-in offers more strength while creating an annual corrugated materials savings of about 2.4 million pounds.
Reducing the height, width and length of each box used to ship Hormel® pepperoni, increased the amount of product on each pallet, saving materials and reducing the number of trailers needed each year. The anticipated savings is 188,000 pounds of wood fiber annually and 49,000 pounds of corrugated.
Changes to the shipping of canned food products made by Hormel Foods will result in efficiencies that reduce the number of pallets needed annually by 14,573 and require less plastic and bundling film.
These packaging reduction projects are part of the overall corporate responsibility strategy and goals set by Hormel Foods.
Source : Hormel Foods
|SNO||NAME OF THE MANUFACTURER||ITEMS|
|1||PRIMA ENGINEERING||Biscuit plant and machinery|
|2||NEW ERA INDUSTRIES||Biscuit Plant and machinery|
|3||AIFSO||Biscuit Plant and machinery|
|4||SUNBEAM INDUSTRIES||Biscuit Plant and machinery|
|5||MANGAL ENGINEERING||Biscuit Plant and machinery|
|6||SARLA INDUSTRIES||Biscuit palnt and machinery|
|7||MIRANDA ENGINEERING||Bulk Handling|
|8||INDCON PROJECTS||Bulk Handling|
|9||SARLA ENGINEERING||Cooling conveyor|
|10||KAPS ENGINEER||Sugar Grinder,Biscuit grinder|
|11||PRAGATI ENGINEERING||Moulders and Cutters|
|12||ESPEE ENGINEERS||Biscuit palnt and machinery ,erection of Biscuit plants|
|13||PROMESE ENGINEERS||Erection and Comissioning of Biscuit Plant.|
|14||G C DUTTA AND SONS||Cotton Conveyors|
|15||SCANDIA BELTING||Cotton Conveyors|
|16||AARJAY SYSTEMS PVT LTD||Automation|
|18||AVISTAR||Moulders and cutters|
|19||ACUSHARP||Knifes and blades|
|20||MULTIPACK SYSTEM PVT LTD||Packing machines|
|21||BOSCH PACKAGING( INDIA)||Packing Machines|
|22||KHOSLA PRECISION||Packing Machines|
|23||NEW INDO PACKING MACHINE||Packing machines|
|24||ITW SIGNODE ( INDIA)||Taping Machines or carton sealing machines|
|26||CONTROL PRINT||Printing dry and ink jet|
|27||BAKSHI ENTERPRISE||Markem Printers|
|28||ISF||Milk chillers and handling system|
|29||TECHNOFOUR SYSTEMS||Metal detectors and Check Weighers|
|30||METLLER TALEDO (INDIA)||Metal detectors and check weigher s|
|31||HABASIT ( INDIA)||PU conveyors|
|32||FORECH INDIA||PU conveyors|
|33||K DHARMALINGAM||Endless Webs|
|34||VIVEK ENGINEERS||Sugar,flour , salt and Milk sprinkler|
|37||RAJNI COMBUSTION||Weishaupt burners|
|39||NARI WIRE NETTING INDUSTRIES||Oven Bands|
|40||ROSHAN INDUSTRIES||Oven Bands|
|41||LLYOD INSULATION||Insulation material|
|42||UP TWIGA||Insulation material|
|45||CHADHA SALES PVT LTD||Chillers|
|46||ADMIR OVENS||Biscuit Plant and machinery|
|49||BLUE STAR LTD||Air conditioning and cold storage|
|50||GODREJ MATERIAL HANDLING DIVISION||Pallets and material handling|
|51||RIECO INDUSTRIES||Bulk Handling|
|54||SUPER TECH||Knifes and blades|
|55||SEPERATION ENGINEERS||Vibration gyro screens for flour sifting|
|58||THERMAX||Vam and Boilers|
|60||NILKAMAL||Plastic trays and bins|
|61||SUPREME INDUSTRIES||Plastic trays and bins|
Packaging material are critical component of bakery products . Packaging consists of primary packaging meant for product and secondary packaging for transit .Packaging material s includes kraft paper conversion into Cartons .
Major packaging material used are Wrappers/Laminates( BOPP) , CBBS ( Cartons made up of Kraft paper converted by converters ) ,HDPE ,LDPE ,Tapes ,Kraft Paper , Converters ,Stickers , Polythene etc .
Below are the major supplier of packaging item to various bakeries in India .
|LOCATION||NAME OF THE COMPANY|
HINDUSTAN ADHESIVE TAPES
It was established in year 1950 and has got manufacturing base in USA ,India and Australia . Unibic products are exported to countries like United Kingdom, South East Asia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States.
Major Products :Speciality Cookies ,Shortbread ,Pies,Biscuits and Cakes
Major Brands :ANZAC ,Ericas Kitchen with large flavours and variants
ANZAC is one of the Unibics major brands popular in different countries . Brief history tells you how ANZAC was created
During world war 1 in year 1914 troops New Zealand ( NZ ) and Australian ( A) Army corps ( AC)were stationed at Galliopli tape in turkey . Women folks used send these special cookies to the army men as symbols that they are thought off back home . Thus came the ANZAC cookies .
Contact:Unibic Australia Pty Ltd PO Box 3231 Broadmeadows Victoria 3047 Australia
Telephone: +61 3 9355 9100
Fax: +61 3 9355 9199
A subsidiary of UNIBIC Australia, UNIBIC India Pvt. Ltd., has its factory and infrastructure in Bangalore with state of the art machines from Italy. It is the first company to be setup with “wire cutting” technology that is the only method available to make a real cookie. In addition to providing world-class cookies, UNIBIC India Pvt. Ltd also has the necessary equipment and packaging machinery for exports, which being both captive and strategic partners, require world approved standards. To this end UNIBIC India Pvt. Ltd has just got its HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) certification from BRC (British Retailers Consortium) certification.
Major Brands- ANZAC cookies ,Jamz,Bradman Choco chip cookies,CashewButter cookies ,
CEO&MD : Nikhil Sen : An old hand in biscuit industry Has long stint with Britannia Industries Ltd and was COO of Britannia Industries Ltd . prior to his new assignment in UNIBIC INDIA PVT LTD
51/1A Heggadadevanapura Village
Huskur Road, Alur Post
BANGALORE 562 123
Ph: 080 23712007, 08, 09,10
Fax: 080 2371 2006
Temperature plays a vital role in dough consistency which in turn impact the quality of bread or biscuit . Bakers have to maintain the dough temperature after mixing for better results after baking . Ambient temperature varies as per the season s a expert bakers has to arrange various method to maintain dough temperature . Average temperature maintained could be different in different locations .However temperature ranging from 28 –32 deg c provides better results at this part of the world .
Following factors effects dough temperature
- Mixing duration
- Water temperature
- Ingredients temperature
All Mixers Manufacturers have Mixers with jackets around the mixer body . Operators can feed this jackets with cold or hot water as per requirement . Cold water is circulated through chilling plants .Hot water generally circulated by boilers or hot water generators .
Dough temperatures get impacted by ingredients temperatures.Ingredients with low temperature can be fed into mixers to maintain dough temperatures . Areas where ambient temperature reached 45 – 40 deg c its important to store this ingredients in cold storages or air conditioned places.
Some places Ice is added manually to maintain dough temperatures or for certain varieties like choco chips ice is added to maintain the dough temperatures so as chips does not starts melting during the process.
Other methods used in most advanced bakeries are
- CO2 Injection in mixing bowl
- Flour cooling
- Breaker bars and Agitator in mixers
A-10, Ghantakarna Mahavir Commercial Market,
Near New Cloth Market
Sarangpur, Ahmedabad - 380002
Web Site : http://www.paragpackaging.com/
E-mail I.D : firstname.lastname@example.org
Offi : 079-22180566
Following are the rate for Bopp Tape,
(A) BOPP SELF ADHESIVE TAPES BROWN / TRANSPERENT
72mm x 65mtr. 48 Roll Per Carton.1350/-
48mm x 65mtr. 72 Roll Per Carton.1350/-
24mm x 65mtr.144 Roll Per Carton.1350/-
(B) BOPP SELF ADHESIVE TAPES BROWN / TRANSPERENT / MILKY WHITE
Single Color Printed (Any color)
72mm x 65mtr.48 Roll Per Carton.1550/-
48mm x 65mtr.72 Roll Per Carton.1550/-
24mm x 65mtr.144 Roll Per Carton.1550/-
1.Quantity:Printing Order Minimum 5 Cartoon
2. First Time Cylinder Charges Extra
We also have a business in the following,
Ø AIR BUBBLE ROLLS/ SHEETS,
Ø EX.POLYETHYLENE FOAM,
Ø MASKING TAPE,
Ø DOUBLE SIDE TISSUE TAPE & OTHER INDUSTRIAL TAPES
UBI uses a consumer led approach for key brands in key markets. It aims to meet consumer needs in the three main global snacking trends – health, pleasure and convenience. This consumer focus, combined with excellent products and relevant brand values, has made UBI a growth engine of the UB group.
To further accelerate this growth, UBI is increasing its marketing investment in key markets, in addition to entering into new markets with great potential.
Our key markets
Canada, USA, Sweden, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Middle East, Australia, India and Nigeria.
Our key brands
McVitie’s, Fruit & Form, Carr’s, Delacre and BN
Case study - Nigeria
An good example of UB International is seen in Nigeria. McVitie’s has been a recognised and established brand within Nigeria since the 1980s when it was the number one imported biscuit brand.
A Government embargo on imported biscuits resulted in UB’s biscuits being banned and subsequently sales were lost in the Nigerian market. In order to maintain a presence in this market, UB set up a local co-manufacturing agreement to make biscuits in Nigeria.
UB International is now re-building distribution and expanding production capabilities to develop a range of locally Nigerian produced products to meet consumer demand.
Marketing efforts need to work creatively to take advantage of the opportunities in a developing market. Significant efforts have been put into developing a route to market, including the aptly named “go slow” – an important route to market for FMCG. In the capital, Lagos, constant traffic jams create rolling malls where the “go slow boys” sell products between the cars. Depending on the time of day, drivers are offered different products and McVitie’s Digestive time is mid-morning.
Although there are around 500,000 stores in Nigeria, only 20 of these are supermarkets. The vast majority of stores are small kiosks or simply tabletops. A successful piece of POS designed to adapt to such stores has been the introduction of a hanger, which is used to hang 10 packs of McVitie’s Digestives. This is used extensively and has the added advantage of acting as a hanging billboard for the brand.
In 2008 UB International is expecting sales from Nigeria to be six times more in volume than in 2007.
Case study – Middle East
McVitie’s Digestive is very popular in the Middle East, outperforming the growth of the biscuit category. UB International’s core business in the Middle East comes from McVitie’s Digestive, McVitie’s Digestive Light, McVitie’s Chocolate Digestive and McVitie’ HobNobs. Lead markets are Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates and Ub has a very effective operational structure that makes its products available in the entire Gulf.
Revenue in the Middle East region is growing due to new product launches, marketing support and excellent execution of displays in store.
In some areas McVitie’s Light Digestive is out performing McVitie’s Original Digestive. This has encouraged UB International to launch Fruit & Form biscuits to further meet the consumer health trend. The reception by the trade has been so positive that some retailers have positioned the biscuits both with the cereal bars and in the 'health' aisle.
This Enterprise Resource Planning helps these bakeries in maintaining datas which can be utilised for better results . Numerous reports can be generated from this ERP and various master lists are maintained such as Vendors , Creditors , Debtors , Dealers , Transporter, Employee ,Asset , Production units , Recipes , Product mix , Material List etc
SAP has been the most popular of all the software as it has modules for which are helpful in
- Materials Management
- Finance Management Module
- Production Management Module
- Sales management Module
- Stores and warehousing Module
- Maintenance Management Module
- HR Module
Big Companies have added advantage as all information from different locations can be obtained at a click . Data collected can be utilised for better product mix , cost savings , better production plan with help of MRP runs . ERP software helps in taking decision such as
- Which location has the most cost advantage
- Which plant to be loaded
- What is the best price of raw material and from where to procure from
- Sales figure
- ABC analysis
- Price trends
- Costing of the product
- Material Variance vis a vis Standards
- Plant Break Down Analysis
- What was the last purchase price of any item
- Deliveries and vendor analysis.Stock ,Inventory related reports
ERP has become an important tool for senior management to take informed and precise decision.
Bigger plants with more than two or three production line of Bread or Biscuit ovens with six or seven zones can emit considerable amount of flue gases which consists of carbon monoxides, Sulphur Oxides ,Nitrogen oxides which are dangerous for health and if not monitored can result in polluting neighbourhood .
Emission limits and stack parameter as per the Act .CPCB ( Central Pollution Control Board) national air ambient quality
Stack Height = 15meter or more
Air pollution can be minimised with following steps
- Use flue gas analyser for stack monitoring in regular intervals
- Do regular burner maintenance
- Substitute if possible diesel oil to LPG or Natural Gas
- Use high pressure monoblock burners
- Get low sulphur diesel oil
Noise Pollution can be controlled by following steps
Safe limit prescribed in Act is 70 db in night time and 75 db in day time as CPCB standards
- Monitor noise through decibel meter .
- DG set room to be to be lined with acoustic lining
- Maintain equipment with maintenance schedule s
- Use equipments with enclosure
- Use screw compressors instead of reciprocating compressor
- Silencers in stack for DG Sets.
- Put anti - vibration pad where ever possible for machinery .
Get more information on water standards and air standards on http://www.cpcb.nic.in/
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