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Food Industry (Processed Food)

It is estimated that the real prospects for the meat processing industry quite well. By relying only on the domestic market potential alone, the estimate of growth above 7% per annum is very likely be achieved, if all the obstacles that exist in the barbershop, and all that encourages growth in inventions.

Growth could be faster again, when do export, but the conditions set by the developed countries in terms of food is very tight, so it will still be in need of technical assistance / expertise to lead to improved export capabilities (Nampa: National Meat Processor Association).

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The need for the processing industry are made from raw soybeans like tofu, tempe, tauco, soy sauce, soy milk and animal feed raw materials continues to increase from year to year. The pace of soybean demand is rising faster than the ability of domestic production led to a deficit increase of 968 thousand tons (1998) to 1.1 million tonnes in 2001 and 1.4 million tons in 2005, an increase of 8.73% per year ( Suprapto, 2001). Most of soy consumption in Indonesia is still used for human food in the form of processed products such as tofu, tempe, soy sauce, soy milk tauco and beverages. So most of the soybeans consumed by the processed food industry. Industry and tofu is the biggest soybean, which in 2002 alone, the need soybean for tofu and tempe reached 1.78 tons, or 88 percent of the total national demand, while other industries such as industrial soya and soya requires soybeans as much as 12 percent of the total demand national (Adisarwanto, 2008). Soy milk is starting ogled by many people to be used as an alternative effort to increase revenue, especially in the city of Medan, as well as the demand for soy milk continues to increase, the manufacturing process is also quite simple.

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Milk Processing Industry (IPS) has an important and strategic role in the provision of public nutrition. This industry has great opportunities in the provision of dairy products for the 220 million people in Indonesia are currently the average consumption reached 10,47kg / capita / year, still far below the ASEAN countries namely Philipina20kg / capita / year, Malaysia 20 kg / capita / year, Thailand 20-25 kg / capita / year, and Singapore 32 kg / capita / year. IPS role and contribution in meeting the demand for milk at this time is very important and needs to be maintained, but in the future there should be other alternatives in order to deal with the dynamics and changes in the price of milk at the global level that is difficult to predict. Dairy processing industry covering the business of making powdered milk, sweetened condensed milk, sour milk, cream / cream milk including preservative such as sterilization and pasteurization. Dairy processing industry in general using fresh milk as a raw material. In addition to fresh raw milk, the industry also needs additional materials such as sugar, cream, vegetable oil, and others that can be processed into other processed products. Diversified kinds of dairy products include: liquid milk (UHT, pasteurization), milk powder, condensed milk, cheese, butter, yogurt, and ice cream.

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The process of making sugar in a sugar mill includes several stages, namely grinding or extraction, purification, heating and evaporation, crystallization, crystal separation (centrifugation), as well as drying and packing. Sugarcane milling process or extraction of juice from sugar cane mill carried out at the station. The next process from refining sap up packing takes place in the processing stations. Performance sugar factory as a whole is a combination of performance mill station and the processing station. One other station that serves as a source of energy for the sugar plant is steam generating station.

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In many developing countries bread consumption is continually expanding and there is increasing dependence on imported wheat. Most of these countries, however, grow staples other than wheat that can be used for bread. Some grow various starchy tubers such as cassava, sweet potatoes and some others grow cereals such as maize, millet or sorghum. It would therefore be economically advantageous for those countries if imports of wheat could be reduced or even eliminated and the demand for bread could be met by the use of domestically grown products instead of wheat. Some efforts have been made in many countries to produce bread from wheat flour to which other flours such as cassava flour were added. Recent experiments have shown that it is possible to increase the level of the nonwheat flour considerably without too great a change in the bread characteristics, provided certain bread improvers such as calcium stearyl lactylate are added or a relatively high percentage of fat and sugar is used. Bread of acceptable quality was obtained by the use of 30 percent of either cassava or corn (maize) starch and 70 percent wheat noun. (Source :

Corn is one of the Western World’s main vegetable. It was used simply for edible purposes until the last couple decades. Today, surrounding issues concerning how society utilizes corn. One issue, according to the movie Food, Inc., exists in nearly all of the products in North America’s grocery stores. Most processed foods, contains corn-based syrup. The extensive list of goods that contain corn-based material extends to other practical products, such as batteries. Besides other products, humans also ingest forms of corn through meat. Since industries use corn to feed animals, because it is cheaper, easier to grow, and grows more, their meat inevitably contains the corn nutrition. (

Chillies constitute an important spice of the eastern meal. Not only do they add flavour to food and have nutritional value but they also contain medicinal properties that enable them to be used in antibiotics, ayurvedic medicines and other alternative forms of treatments. Chillies are extensively used in production of consumable products because they are an essential ingredient inmany cuisines. Besides their use as an ingredient, the following uses add to the value of the crop and would resultin market opportunities for the producers,and higher economic benefits to the economy. Since most of the chilli powder sold domestically is in loose form, there is an opportunity to set up chilli processing and grinding plants. There are many mills that are small scale and run manually. There are also mills that process the grinding mechanically. The key to making a mark is to promote hygiene and health related aspects of the processing plant. Creating awareness of the harmful effects of aflatoxins and unclean chilli powder. (Source: