How to Start Production and Packaging of Confectionery Products

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Published on April 4, 2016

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1. How to Start Production and Packaging of Confectionery Products (Hard Candy, Lollypop, China Ball, Fruit & Nut Bar, Fruit Punch Chocolate, Soft Candy, Carbonated Candy, Cotton Candy, Chewing Gum & Bubble Gum, Toffee, Chocolate Toffee, Chocolate Honey Tablets, etc.) www.entrepreneurindia.co

2. www.entrepreneurindia.co Introduction Confectionery in a broader sense implies the preservation of sweet meat preparation in the form of candies, caramels, chocolate, processed cocoa products and traditional Indian confections. India is a country with a collection of wide range of different cultures and many festivals and occasions are being celebrated in different parts of the nation and confectioneries play a major role in those special occasions. Therefore,

3. the confectionery industry in this country has got a huge potential and this sector has grown recently in the India with the entry of many foreign companies. Special emphasis has been made on describing the various process parameters and equipments used with the help of process diagrams wherever necessary. This major content of this book are confectionery ingredients, flavour, gelatinizing agents, gums, glazes, waxes, traditional Indian confections, www.entrepreneurindia.co

4. manufacturing processes and formulations of confections, nutritive value of confectionery products. This book also describes about the science and technology of chocolate and confectionery, packaging of confectionery products, quality control, future confectionery industry etc. Apart from these it also contains details of cooking techniques, www.entrepreneurindia.co

5. www.entrepreneurindia.co formulae, processes. The incorporation of flavours and essences, permitted colours used quality control aspects along with sources of plant, machinery and raw material. This book is an invaluable resource for research centers, professionals, entrepreneurs and end users in academic and industry working on the subject.

6. www.entrepreneurindia.co Table of contents 1. Confectionery Ingredients -Caramel -International Standards for Sugar and Sugar Syrups Reserved Descriptions for sugar Products -Maltodextrins (Roquette Freres, 1984) -Dried Glucose Syrups -Uses of Glucose Syrups and Maltodextrins. Dextrose Manufacture Fructose (Levulose)

7. Sorbitol Mannitol Lycasin 80/50 -Nonnutritive (Synthetic) Sweeteners Saccharin Cyclamates Sodium Cyclamate C6H12NSO3Na Acesulfam K (Acesulfam Potassium) Aspartame (Naturasweet, Canderel) Talin Legislation -Invert Sugar Use in Confectionery Industry www.entrepreneurindia.co

8. Honey Malt Extract Testing of Refined Sugars Anti-Tailing Devices Automatic Continuous Sugar Cooker Automatic Continuous Sugar Cooker Batch Roller Cocoa Cocoa Moth Cocoa Selection Fermentation of Cocoa Beans www.entrepreneurindia.co

9. 2. Confectionery Fats -Commonly used fat in confectionery industry Production and Processing of Fats Refining is Carried in 3 stages Chemistry of Fats Glycerides, Fatty Acids -Hardening Fats Packing and Storage of Fats www.entrepreneurindia.co

10. 3. Milk and Milk Products Liquid Milk Composition Milk Standards Dry Millk Whey Products Lactose Condensed Milk, Evaporated Milk Block Milk Other Milk products www.entrepreneurindia.co

11. 4. Fruits, Preserved Fruits, Jam, Dried fruits Composition of Natural Fruits Preservation of fruit and fruit pulps Candied and Preserved Fruits Jams Glazed or Glace Fruit -Dried Fruit Artificial Drying Chellies Freeze Drying Ginger Colouring www.entrepreneurindia.co

12. 5. Flavour Dried Fruit Artificial Drying Chellies Freeze Drying Nuts Varieties of Nuts Storage of nuts -Starches, Soya Flour, soya protein 6. Gelatinizing Agents, Gums, Glazes, Waxes Gelatine Agar-Agar Agar occurs in three forms www.entrepreneurindia.co

13. Pectin Gums Uses of Gum Arabic Gum Tragacanth Guar Gum, Locust Bean (carob) Gum Guar Gum Carob gum Lacquers and wares Shellac Other Glazes Spermaceti Carnauba Wax 7. Traditional Indian Confections Raw Materials Packaging www.entrepreneurindia.co

14. 8. Confectionery Processes and Formulations -summary of confectionery Processes Rolling and Cutting Casting or Depositing Hard Candy Die Forming Hard Candy -Manufacturing Process Fruit and nut bars Fruit punch chocolates Butter Creams Chocolate -Soft candies www.entrepreneurindia.co

15. -Carbonated Candy Process of Manufacture -Seed Confections (Popcorn Balls) -Cotton Candy -Coated Confections Chewing Gum And Bubble Gum Industry in India -Toffee Introduction Manufacturing Process -How to cut a Toffee by Toffee Cutter Formulation For Different Kinds of Toffee www.entrepreneurindia.co

16. Plain Toffee Butter toffee Coconut Toffee Milk Toffee Malt Toffee Plain Chewing Toffee Chocolate Toffee Pistachio Toffee Everton Toffee Licorice Toffee Molasses Toffee Molasses Toffee Marmalade Toffee -Chocolates Chocolate toffee www.entrepreneurindia.co

17. www.entrepreneurindia.co Chocolate Covered Butter Toffee Chocolate Annex Caramels Chocolate Caramel Nougat Roll Chocolate Honey Tablets Chocolate Covered Coconut Caramels Chocolate Coating Caramels Speciality Chocolates -Caramels, Toffees, Butter scotch, Fudge The Milk Ingredient Reconstitution of Milk Powder Fats -Large-Scale Production

18. Water Activity (ERH) Composition Colour Faults Preparation of Agar Jellies, Fruit Slices -Coconut Paste, Coconut ICE -Creme and Lozenge Pastes, Cachous, Tablets Liqueurs Chocolate Liqueurs Sugar Crust Liqueurs Licorice Manufacture of Licorice Confectionery Legislation www.entrepreneurindia.co

19. 9. Nutritive Value of Confectionery Products Food Value and its Composition Carbohydrates Fat Proteins -Mineral Matter Vitamins -The Labeling of Foods Containing Vitamins Disadvantages of Confectionery 10. BIS Specifications www.entrepreneurindia.co

20. 11.Science and Technology of Chocolate and Confectionery -Sugar Confectionery Solubility, Saturated and Supersaturated Solutions -Relative Humidity, Dew Point, Vapour Pressure, -Water Activity Equilibrium relative humidity Relative Humidity, Dew Point pH, HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION -Optical Activity Specific Ration-Dextrose Equivalent Scientific Instruments -Spoilage Problems Chocolate Bloom www.entrepreneurindia.co

21. Fat Bloom -Crystallization of Cocoa Butter Under Different Ambient Conditions-Melting Point Changes Heat Treatment of Chocolate Fat Bloom-Summary Sugar Bloom-Causes and Methods of Prevention Other Faults 12. Packaging of Confectionery Products Requirement of Packaging Packaging Requirement Use of Containers Packaging Materials Materials www.entrepreneurindia.co

22. Metal Cans Types of Paper Metal Foil Foil Containers Transparent Films Metallized Films Shrink and Stretch Films Laminates Testing of Wrappers for Various Other Properties Types of Cans Built-up Body -DESSICANT POUCHES www.entrepreneurindia.co

23. www.entrepreneurindia.co 13. Quality Control -PRINCIPLES OF QUALITY CONTROL -The Decidina Factor envolved in the Standard of Quality? Quality Controllers -How Should Quality Control Be Organized? -Raw materials Type of Raw Material Microbiologicaly Quality Control Factory Hygiene and Sanitation 14. Research and Development in

24. the Confectionery Industry -Reasearch and Development in large Companies Research and Development in small companies Research Facilities Ingredients Manufacturing Processes -Conditions To Be Observed During Production Coloured Coatings and Pastel Coatings -FORMULATIONS -DIETETIC COATINGS Diabetic Chocolate www.entrepreneurindia.co

25. Carob Coatings Defatted Wheat Germ "Slimming" Chocolates Medicated Chocolates -Emulsifiers in Chocolate -Confectionery Coatings and Cocoa -VEGETABLE LECITHINS Soya Lecithin Other Vegetable Lecithing -SYNTHETIC PHOSPHOLIPIDS AND MODIFIED -VEGETABLE LECITHINS Toxicity Checks on YN www.entrepreneurindia.co

26. Fractionated and Modified Vegetable Lecithins : -Use of lecithin in chocolate, cocoa Powder, Chocolate Drinks Chocolate -Cocoa and Drinking Chocolate Powders -COLOURS FOR CONFECTIONERY SELECTION OF COLOURING MATTER METHOD OF DISSOLVING -COMBUSTOR SUGAR BOILER CONCHES -THE SECOND SCHEDULE Other Glazes www.entrepreneurindia.co

27. 15. Future of Confectionery Industry 16. The Marketing of Confectionery Plant, Machinery & Equipments Directory Section Suppliers of Raw Material Suppliers of Different Types of Confectionery Machinery www.entrepreneurindia.co

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