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I commend the efforts of Dairy India to combine the learning experiences of the dairy industry in manufacture of Indian milk products with new processes, technologies and modern management.

— Dr V Kurien, Father of White Revolution; Founder-Chairman, National Dairy Development Board; and Chairman, Gujarat Cooperative Milk and Marketing Federation Ltd (Amul)

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The upgrading of the age-old processing methods through the application of science and technology offers an exciting scope for transforming this sector.
— Binoo Sen, Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying, Govt of India
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A socially responsive approach and more purposeful application of scientific and industrial techniques is required to rebuild our age-old practices to ensure the manufacture of indigenous milk products of uniformly high quality.
Dr (Miss) Amrita Patel, Chairman, National Dairy Development Board, Anand
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Fast changes in socio-economic environment will drive the requirements for traditional dairy products to be processed and packaged in new forms. Publication of this book is, therefore, very timely, to provide a critical appreciation of the prospects for traditional milk products in the newly emerging world scenario.
Dr R S Paroda, Secretary, Department of Agricultural Research & Education and Director-General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Govt of India
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I am also extremely glad to see the importance that the authors have brought in newer concepts for products, packaging and export to outreach the Indian products to global market and enhance the export capabilities.

— Dr V Prakash, Director, Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysore
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 A New Revolution
Industrial scale production of hitherto handmade ethnic dairy foods is the new revolution Indian dairy industry has embarked on. Recent innovations in technology are having a wide-ranging impact on the growth of dairying. This revolution is contributing to the productive utilization of growing milk surplus.
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