Edible Oils

In: Business and Management

Submitted By ATULKANT
Words 567
Pages 3
Dalda promises to offer its consumers “The Same Pure Taste and Quality” savored by generations of Indians.

Due to unique Brand Elements of Dalda , it continues to reign in its own category. It continues to be most trusted cooking medium and remains in the top five brands in its space. Brand Expression (Green Palm Tree signifying freshness ) and Emotional Connect (Trust and Tradition ) are the two basic brand element of the product.

Delivering Brand promise starts with a commitment from our leaders Business CEO is leading this and has secured the commitment from his Executive Leadership Team. We design a program for the long term. The brand will be reflected in everything we do – our products, services, environments and communication. The brand will be reinforced in other people programs, i.e. reward and recognition.

The brand provides clarity about what we can offer and therefore makes it easier for our customers to make an informed decision when they consider Dalda amongst alternatives. If we live up to our brand promise, we deliver higher standards consistently to the customer.

In Bunge, delivering brand promise is an organization wide ongoing process. The brand and brand promise is linked to job descriptions , training programs and evaluations.
We have developed an effective brand education program that goes into detail about the brand’s position, personality, promise and benefits. If the brand was built on customer and employee insight, we share that insight with employees so they understand how the brand promise was developed and how it reflects the company’s reputation both internally and externally. We understand that employees can’t deliver on the brand promise if they don’t understand what it is, and their role in delivering the promise through their work every day.
We have also created an internal cross-functional "Brand Team.” We make…...

Similar Documents

Term Paper on Oil

...[pic] Term Paper On “Price behavior on Edible Oil” Submitted to:- Prof. Dr. Baqui Khalily (Course Teacher) Micro /Managerial Economics United International University Submitted by:- ID: - 112113042 SEC:- A Submission Date: -April 28, 2011 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Firstly, all praise to almightily Allah who gives me strength to complete this report, I would like to pay my gratitude and respect to some important person for their own co-operation. Then I am very grateful to our course teacher, who gave me this opportunity for preparing this report of “Price Behavior on Edible Oil” Beside, that, he guided us to prepare this report in an organized manner. I am also very pleased to him for giving clear concept about this topic. Secondly I want to say that I am doing great deal of hard work for preparing this report. I have collected information from different shop and from different types of journal for this report. Finally, I am indebted to them who have directly and indirectly assisted me in conducting the study. I again want to give my cordial love and respect the honorable course teacher because from him I have learned a great deal of things related it this report’s hope that this report has been prepared for the fulfillment of the course requirement. LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL April 28, 2011 Prof. Dr. Baqui Khalily (Course Teacher) Micro/ managerial......

Words: 2370 - Pages: 10

Edible Oil Industry in Calicut

...Operations Management at Agrotech Pvt Limited (Edible Oil Refining) Group Number A8 I P Sudhir Kumar PGP16/002 Jayashree ML PGP16/024 Megha Jain PGP16/031 Pooja Sharma PGP16/036 Neeraj Kumar PGP16/033 Rohit Kumar PGP16/042 Boby Chaitanya V FPM Piyush Kumar FPM Acknowledgement During the term project for Operations Management (OM-I), we had a great opportunity to learn and apply the various concepts and principles that we have learnt in the course. For a successful and enriching learning experience, we’d like to acknowledge, with utmost sincerity, the efforts of all those who have made the successful completion of our project possible. We are thankful to Prof. Sanjay Jarkharia (Instructor for OM-I course), for his constant guidance and support throughout the period of project. Also, our honest regards for all the staff at Agrotech Pvt Ltd., who made this project experience all the more enriching and enjoying, our fellow classmates who were always at help regarding anything concerned with the project and the wonderful people of Kerala who were always helping and considerate during our field trips. LIST OF DIAGRAMS Title of Diagram | Organizational Structure of Agrotech Private Limited (Refining unit) | Block Diagram of Plant | Process Flow Diagram | TABLE OF CONTENTS S.NO...

Words: 5457 - Pages: 22

Single-Stage Scheduling of Multiproduct Batch Plants: an Edible-Oil Deodorizer Case Study

...Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2010, 49, 8657–8669 8657 Single-Stage Scheduling of Multiproduct Batch Plants: An Edible-Oil Deodorizer Case Study Songsong Liu,† Jose M. Pinto,‡ and Lazaros G. Papageorgiou*,† Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, UniVersity College London, Torrington Place, London WC1E 7JE, U.K., and Process Systems R&D, Praxair Inc., 39 Old Ridgebury Rad, Danbury, Connecticut 06810 This article considers the short-term scheduling of a single-stage batch edible-oil deodorizer that can process multiple products in several product groups. Sequence-dependent changeovers occur when switching from one product group to another. Based on the incorporation of products into product groups, mixed integer linear programming (MILP) models are proposed for two scenarios, with and without backlogs. Then, the models are successfully applied to a real-world case with 70 product orders over a 128-h planning horizon. Compared with a literature model developed for a similar problem, the proposed models exhibit significantly better performance. 1. Introduction In the past decade, a large number of optimization models and approaches have been proposed for batch scheduling and planning. A number of reviews on the planning and scheduling of batch processes have been presented in the literature.1-6 Initially, discrete-time formulation models using the state-task network7 (STN) or resource-task network8 (RTN) were used for batch scheduling......

Words: 7686 - Pages: 31

Oil Sector

...1 .STUDY OF VEGETABLE OIL SECTOR 1.1 Introduction Food sector takes its source from the beginning of the human life so it has an agelong past, and it keeps its existance. The acceleration of food consumption rises in connection with the growing world population and that threats the adricultural activities and the foodstuff potentials. To get one step forward in this market; while the searches for new technologies and new methods have been developed to increase the productivity, some of them are trying to be seperated from this competition by different alternatives like organic agriculture. With the fluctuation in the market, especially in raw materials the challenge is getting tougher. One of these raw materials are the oilseeds that contains sunflower, corn, olive, soybean. In vegetable oil business even the variations don’t be observed, the comsumption is growing up. In the world market the vegetable oils are seperated into three groups as olive and nut, sunflower and corn, and cotton. The agriculture characteristics and production types change from one country to another. For example in USA and Italy soybean is the major vegetable oil but in Turkey and Spain sunflower takes the first place. Besides; USA, Brasil and China are leading the oilseed production in all over the world. In Turkey the oils that has produced are mostly from the sunflower(nearly 50%). Nearly 35% of the vegetable oils are produced from the cottonseed and remains are......

Words: 3908 - Pages: 16

Edible Oil Industry in Pakistan

...Team: Sahabzada Aunuddin Qadri, Muhammad Saad Khan, Hammad Tajalli | Edible Oil Industry | Managerial Policy | 1. Introduction of Product and Service in the World: Cooking oil consists of edible vegetable oils derived from different plants, amongst which the famous are olives, peanuts, and sunflower. Cooking oil is used to prepare food, fry food and also used for salad dressing. It has been around for thousands and thousands of years. The Chinese and Japanese have been using cooking oil since 2000 BC. Many other civilizations have used cooking oil before and after that. Therefore, to track the exact date of the invention is impossible. The Chinese were fond of Soy Cooking Oil and have been using it for a long time. Vegetable oil, a type of cooking oil, began to be processed by old civilizations, utilizing whatever food they had. Early civilizations learned to use the sun, to heat, oily plant until the plant exuded oil that could be collected. In Mexico and North America, peanuts and sunflower seeds were roasted and beaten into a paste and then boiled in water. The oil that rose to the surface was then skimmed off. Africans also grated and beat palm kernels and coconut meat and then boiled the resulting pulp, taking the hot oil off the water. Due to technological advancements, we now have new types of vegetable oil. Corn oil was extracted first in the 1960s. Cotton oil, grapeseed oil, watermelon seed oil, and many others are now considered as beneficial.......

Words: 1924 - Pages: 8

Edible Oil Mill Machinery Manufacture

...Ground Nut Oil Press Machine Ground nut has high oil content of 40% to 50%, which is suitable to adopt direct oil press machine to get crude ground nut oil efficiently. Ground nut oil press machine ensures high quality oil processing from ground nut. However, oil expeller is only a part of ground nut oil processing. The full ground nut oil press processing line covers:  Raw material, cleaning, classification, drying and cooling, roasting and cooking, suction cooling, flaking, steamed frying, ground nut oil press. ● Ground nuts cleaning.  ● Classification. Sizing screen isolates immature granulocytes, moldy grain, broken grain and other imperfection parts of ground nuts raw materials.  ● Drying and cooling. Air dryer can be used for ground nut raw material drying. Control ground nut moisture between 5%-6% after drying, and reduce oil particles temperature below 40 ℃ with cold air quickly. ● Ground nut crushing and peeling. Roll crusher removes red coat from ground nuts, wind suction flat screen will suck out the red coat after ground nut crushing. The isolated ground nut red coat can be used as pharmaceutical and chemical raw materials.  ● Hot roasting. Send 25%-30% ground nuts materials into hot air furnace and heating to 180 ℃ ~ 200 ℃. Roasting temperature is key factor to produce scented fragrant ground nut oil.  ● Cooling and grits rolling. Rapid cooling is in need after roasting in order to prevent oilseeds pasting and spontaneous. Crusher breaks ground nut into...

Words: 430 - Pages: 2

Edible Oil Mill Machinery Technology Introduction

...Edible Oil Mill Machinery technology has undergone a tremendous change ever since beginning of oil milling through various seeds, One of the most important point in the oil milling was the inception of Oilseed Mills. These mills use dry flax seed that doesn't have any fine or coarse impurities. These seeds are generally delivered to the oil mill in bags or baskets, as these are the by-product of the crop, flax fiber. In case the flax seed is not dry, it is dried by simple spreading the seeds on the floor of the loft. For the removal of impurities, sieving machine is used although earlier fanning machine was also used for the same purpose. In the next step, the flax seed is crushed in four stamping mortars. The Oilseed Mills were the second advancement, next to the initial one of Waterpower System. In the year 1975, oil mills used water-power that came from the Monocacy Creek. This dam had a wooden frame with in-built sections on shore that was then installed in the creek. With the passage of time, new inventions were made and the technology improved drastically. Presently, there is so much advancement in the technology of oil mills that the earlier known sophisticated and cumbersome processes involved in oil mills have been made easy to a great extent. Currently, there are a wide range of Edible Oil Mill Machinery that are able to carry out the new processes very efficaciously. Some of these technologically advanced machineries are Seed Cooker, Copra Cutter, Hand Held......

Words: 420 - Pages: 2

Oil Processing Process, Edible Oil Mill Machinery Manufacture

...Processing of oil from plants or seeds needs high expertise and knowledge along with advanced technology. To process the oil from the source, a detailed and systematic is carried out. The process includes a number of procedures from seed cleaning, dehulling, cracking, heating, expelling, filtering to refining. Cleaning of the seeds can be done with seed cleaners. These machines are designed to remove any kind of metal, stone, rot seeds and other impurities or extraneous materials before dehulling. The stripped seeds then pressed to ensure more surface area. For crushing the seeds, mechanized grooved rollers and hammer mills crush can be used for ensuring proper material consistency. After this, the seeds are heated for the extraction of the oil. The heated seeds are fed constantly into a screw press that enhances the pressure gradually as they pass through a slotted barrel. When the initial oil is recovered from the screw press, the remaining oil cake in the press is also processed using solvent extraction. Volatile hydrocarbon is commonly used to dissolve the oil out of oil cake that is recovered by distillation method. Different machines are used for solvent percolation through the matter that is occasionally dumped and replaced. We can produce all kinds of edible oil mill machinery, which includes peanut oil production line, soybean oil, cottonseed oil, sunflower oil, corn oil, rice bran oil and other kinds of edible oil production line. The whole production line...

Words: 300 - Pages: 2

Learning About Edible Oil Refining Machine Before Buying It

...Edible Oil Refining Machine Main Parts: (1) Refining section: used to P-acid de-gumming, alkali refining de-acid and water rinsing. (2) Decoloring section: used to remove off pigments, bleaching oils and grease dehydrate. (3) Deodorizing section: to remove off the odor components in oil. (4) Dewax: used to remove off the wax in the oil, in order to get the high quality oil. (5) Heat-transfer oil stove: supply each device production needing heat energy, temperature reach above 280°C. (6) Steam generator: produce the needing steam for de-odoring and distillation. (7) Vacuum pump: supply needing vacuum for dehydrate, de-color, de-odor. Vacuum degree can reach above 755mm Hg. (8) Press filter: filter clay, filter out clear oil. (9) Air compressor: blow dry bleached clay, blow empty the leftover oil in the press filter. Edible Oil Refining Machine Working Process: (1)Pump crude oil into refining tank and heat with conduction oil, and the temperature will reach about 70°C-80°C after one hour. Add acid or alkali to separate according to the acid value. After one hour's processing and 4-6 hours deposit, then convey soap stock to storage tank. (2)Pump refined oil into decoloring tank. When it is up to 90-110°c after one hour's heating, add clay into tank for 20min's processing. Then separate clay and oil with filter. (3)Put discolored oil into deodorization tank with vacuum pump. Heat and process with steam for odor removal. After......

Words: 268 - Pages: 2

Olive Oil

...Grades of Oils and Their Uses Technically, there are eight grades of olive oil. For practical purposes, you only need to know about the four that are sold in U.S. food markets: By Nancy Loseke I know people who can deftly maneuver through a restaurant wine list the size of a New York City phone book, but who absolutely clutch when they have to choose a bottle of olive oil at their supermarket or gourmet store. “How much do I want to spend? Is Italian oil better than Spanish? Virgin? Extra virgin?” They scroll through the questions in their minds, all the while suppressing an urge to make a run for the canola oil and leave all that uncertainty in Aisle 2. There are, admittedly, a mind-boggling number of olive oil choices on store shelves compared to just a few years ago. Even the tiny neighborhood market around the corner from my office—the place I go when I need cat food or laundry detergent on short notice—displays more than half a dozen olive oils. Nearby, an “upscale” grocery stocks more than 100. America’s collective insecurity about olive oil is rooted in inexperience. Even today, with all the hype about olive oil’s health benefits (see below) and foodie curb appeal, only 30 percent of Americans have a bottle or two in their pantry. We’ve been, in the eyes of the world’s olive oil cultures, a bit sophomoric in our tastes, gravitating to the “extra light” oils some Europeans wouldn’t use in their lamps. But we’re trainable, and I daresay, quick studies. Take......

Words: 3873 - Pages: 16

Oil Palm

...ScienceDirect Energy journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/energy Oil palm biomass as a sustainable energy source: A Malaysian case study S.H. Shuit, K.T. Tan, K.T. Lee*, A.H. Kamaruddin School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Engineering Campus, Seri Ampangan, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Article history: Received 24 October 2008 Received in revised form 13 May 2009 Accepted 14 May 2009 Available online 13 June 2009 It has been widely accepted worldwide that global warming is by far the greatest threat and challenge in the new millennium. In order to stop global warming and to promote sustainable development, renewable energy is a perfect solution to achieve both targets. Presently million hectares of land in Malaysia is occupied with oil palm plantation generating huge quantities of biomass. In this context, biomass from oil palm industries appears to be a very promising alternative as a source of raw materials including renewable energy in Malaysia. Thus, this paper aims to present current scenario of biomass in Malaysia covering issues on availability and sustainability of feedstock as well as current and possible utilization of oil palm biomass. This paper will also discuss feasibility of some biomass conversion technologies and some ongoing projects in Malaysia related to utilization of oil palm biomass as a source of renewable energy. Based on the findings......

Words: 10699 - Pages: 43

Cold Oil Processing Machine Is Good for Edible Oil

...Cold Oil Processing Machine Is Good For Edible Oil In the Oil Processing Machines, in generally, it can be divide into two kinds--hot oil processing machine and cold oil processing machine. Each of these two kinds oil processing machine has its advantages, as we all know, the hot oil processing machines’ oil extraction rate is higher than cold oil processing machine. Maybe you will think the hot oil processing machine is better than the cold oil processing machine, I will say no, because according to most users’ feed-back information, the cold oil processing machine is good for the edible oil. The below are the cold oil processing machine’s features: First of all, the cold oil processing machine’s protein in the oil cake damage is low because of the low temperature pressing thus making full use of the vegetable protein. Secondly, the cold pressing oil is with bright color, high nutrition. Natural oil is gained by mechanical sedimentation and filtering. There is no need for refining, reducing consumption. Last but not least, the low consumption in oil, cake nutrition and tace element, and at the same time the cake protein is preserved. One of the important reason is that the oil material has no contact with any solvent, acid, alkali, bleaching earth or chemical additive in the oil pressing process. More informations or needs about the oil processing machine pls contact me freely, we also welcome your inquiry, and will reply you as soon as......

Words: 256 - Pages: 2

The Palm Oil

...Home Search Collections Journals About Contact us My IOPscience Fast and Accurate Technique for Determination of Moisture Content in Oil Palm Fruits using Open-Ended Coaxial Sensor This content has been downloaded from IOPscience. Please scroll down to see the full text. 2005 Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 44 5272 (http://iopscience.iop.org/1347-4065/44/7R/5272) View the table of contents for this issue, or go to the journal homepage for more Download details: IP Address: 134.7.89.216 This content was downloaded on 20/09/2015 at 12:31 Please note that terms and conditions apply. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics Vol. 44, No. 7A, 2005, pp. 5272–5274 Brief Communication #2005 The Japan Society of Applied Physics Fast and Accurate Technique for Determination of Moisture Content in Oil Palm Fruits using Open-Ended Coaxial Sensor Zulkifly A BBAS, You Kok Y EOW, Abdul Halim SHAARI, Azmi ZAKARIA1 , Jumiah H ASSAN, Kaida K HALID1 and Elias S AION INSPEM, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Malaysia 1 Department of Physics, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Malaysia (Received March 30, 2004; accepted September 3, 2004; published July 8, 2005) A simple, fast and accurate technique employing an open-ended coaxial sensor for the determination of the moisture content in oil palm fruit is presented. For this technique, a calibration equation has been developed based on the relationship between the measured moisture......

Words: 1591 - Pages: 7

Edible Treats

...Edible Treats Introduction Being a mommy is never an easy job. Mothers have to keep their eyes open all the time on their little angels when their playing around the house, since there’s always a risk of them having to accidently eat their play items. Crayons, play sand and play dough are some of the things that baby’s love to playing with, they are safe, harmful and convenient. Playing helps occupy your baby’s time and energy in a way that increases creativity, imagination, social skills and helps enhance development. But play time can turn into a visit to the emergency room once your baby swallows a significant amount of their play items. Babies will put everything in their mouths, and mothers are always in constant fear of the accidents that might happen. Something that seems harmful to play with can cause some serious health damage. “Every year, more than 30,000 children under the age of five go to hospital as a result of suspected accidental poisoning. Many cases will be false alarms, and the vast majority will not be serious, but a small number are fatal.” Sally Weale. Most of these play items contain Wax and pigment, which if consumed in large amounts can lead to poising or intestinal obstruction. Edible’s is safe alternative for your babies, we offer you a product that’s fun and safe, Mother’s no longer have to worry about what could go wrong. We offer a selection of edible play dough, play sand and crayons that are made with all natural, safe to eat......

Words: 2871 - Pages: 12

Edible Oil Industry Analysis

...Analysis of Edible Oil Industry ANALYSIS OF PAKISTAN INDUSTRY PRESENTED BY: HUSNA BADAR(7164) KOMAL SHAHDEV(756) MISBAH SALEEM(4258) SUBMITTED TO: SIR AFTAB ABRO Institute of Business Management, Karachi Table of Contents Brief history about the edible oil industry 8 Present Situation of edible oil industry in Pakistan 8 Consumption 8 Edible oil industry (3 segements) 8 Group 1(Premium Segment) 9 Group 2(Popular Segment) 9 Group 3 (Lower Segment) 9 Market share analysis of the overall industry 10 Branded versus unbranded 11 Analysis of the total market reveals that about 43% of the market is unbranded and the remaining 57% market is branded oil. 11 Market share information of tier 1 segment 11 Manufacturing process 12 The procedure that is adopted by all manufacturers of edible oil is given as follows. However organizations modify the processes to suit their requirements. 12  Step # 1: Blending of different oils in different quantities. 12  Step # 2: Refining the blended oil. 12  Step # 3: Packaging. 12  Step # 4: Marketing and Sales 12 Source of edible oil 13 Important facts regarding oil seeds 16 Categories of oil 17 Product 22 Pricing 23 Placement – distribution network 23 Promotion 23 Positioning – critical success factor 23 Competitive prices 24 Dalda FOODS PVT LTD 25 product: 26 Pricing 26 The price of Dalda is slower than Habib in spite of the fact...

Words: 10139 - Pages: 41