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    What is the scope of M.Tech food processing engineering?

    What is the scope of M.Tech food processing engineering?

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    edu only way
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    Re: What is the scope of M.Tech food processing engineering?

    Dear friend...

    you can go with following jobs...

    1. Senior Scientist in Food Science

    2. Executive Scientist in Food Science

    3. Production Supervisor

    4. Manager

    5. Research and Development

    6. Quality Assurance

    7. Quality Control


    you can go with following Companies:

    1. Hindustan Uni Lever
    2. Indian Tobacco Company
    3. Dabur
    4. Nestle
    5. Parle
    6. Himalaya
    7. Aavin
    8. Tata Tea
    9. Tata Coffee
    10. Amul
    11. Sakti Masala
    12. Britannia
    13. Cadburry
    14. Divya Pharmacy
    15. Darjeeling Tea

    hope this will help you
    thank you
    all the best




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    Tarun94
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    Hello friends,

    Food technology in simpler terms is the application of food science in manufacturing good products, which are safe, wholesome and nutritious. The food processing industry covers a range of food products. These include the basic or primary foods, such as wheat and rice products, sugar, oil and pulse, and the processes for converting them into edible form.

    Food Science and Technology also covers topic of special, current interest such as :
    Alternative food processing technologies
    Environment-friendly processes
    Genetically modified foods
    Functional foods
    Consumer behavior
    Food microstructure

    Thank you

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    Re: What is the scope of M.Tech food processing engineering?

    I am a B.tech biotechnology student . I want to persue my masters in food processing.
    I want to know is it worth to go for food processing after doing biotech?

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