We have stores that sell Apple Products but after using the Nice,France Apple Store twice, we need a proper experience and proper service!
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In the recent posts on Indian and an American Food Processing Enterprise Manuals it struck me that an important part of their value was the lists of potential equipment suppliers.
One of the well known directories is “Small-Scale Food Processing: A Directory of Equipment and Methods”. WHile it still provides very useful information on [...]
The growing competition in the retail market in sub Saharan Africa has a lot to do with the appeal of packaging of typical first world products over that of local entrepreneurs. Several years ago entrepreneurs and community groups selling food products, often use recycled bottles and a simple black and white printed label like [...]
This has much of the makings of a really good initiative. It is a non profit organisation established by General Mills from it’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme.
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It links the technical and business expertise of volunteer employees at General Mills, Cargill and DSM to small and medium-sized mills and [...]
from: MEDIAite (click image for full story online)
from: Acadamy of Science (click image for full story online)
from: Maplecroft (click image for full story online)
Here is an interesting South African company and product. The product is an instant meal that does not require any cooking energy from the user and is ready to eat in 8 minutes.
from: Instant Hot Meals (click image for full story online)
There are of course other instant products, although these [...]
I have started a twitter where I will be talking about food processing enterprises in Africa as a supplement to the DIGIVU blog and also to announce what I am posting here.
from: TWITTER (click image to visit the site)
To see what I am twitting and have the [...]
Here is a really good online resource – it covers a wide range of scientific subjects from an African angle and also periodically presents really practical series with a do-it-yourself flavour.
from: Science in Africa
For example there was a series on essential oils including processing and how to produce alcohol from [...]