When picking up a RTE food packet have you ever wondered about the packaging it comes in? Or the vital role it plays in the preservation and quality assurance of the food inside? With the upsurge of convenient food culture in India, it was a challenge for manufacturers in that sector to device good packaging methods which conserved the freshness
When choosing a RTE food, the criteria that a consumer considers besides convenience, is that the meal should, be palatable, have a reasonable likeness to freshly cooked food and should be safe to eat. Fitting the bill are ready meals, prepared by “freeze-drying” process, which are comparatively much better in terms of taste, freshness and ease of preparation before consumption.
The demand for Ready to eat (RTE) foods among the Indian population is on the increase. Though this category of food is undeniably convenient, one cannot ignore the fact that most manufacturers use food additives like chemical preservatives, flavouring agents, artificial food colours and antioxidation agents which can be harmful to health. Furthermore, there is a wanting in the consumer
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One tiring day, you are in no mood to cook but have a ravenous family waiting for a good meal. Your eyes settle on the RTE food packets lined up on the shelves in the food section of the departmental store. You reach to grab a couple of those but then stop as you are not sure if it is