Rice (Oryza sativa L.) crop belongs to family Poaceae or Gramineae and most important staple diet crop throughout the world (sharanapp et al., 2017). Rice crop being most important staple crop providing food for half of the world population. In developing countries, it serves as main source of income and employment for the rural community (soomro et al., 2013). Rice is a basic diet and cash crop in East Asia where vast cultivation is carried out. Major rice growing areas include India, Thailand, China, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Japan, Pakistan, Philippine, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and USA (Aine et al., 2017).
No matter the difference between diets, the reliance on crops for all three civilizations proves the importance of the Neolithic Revolution for them. As such, no matter how varied the results of archaeological studies were in the ruins of each of these civilizations, the main observation remained that ancient China, the Indus River Valley Civilization, and the Mesoamerican peoples all relied on certain crops for their
Corn products continue to be dominant even in today’s awareness era. Despite the growing information about corn and its advantages and disadvantages, corn products appear in many common household items. One such product is cornstarch. Cornstarch is a complex carbohydrate made from the endosperm of the corn kernel. Its main use is a thickener agent for many recipes.
Pran RFL is the pioneer in Bangladesh to be involved in contract farming and procures raw material directly from the farmers and processes through state of the art machinery at their several factories into hygienically packed food and drinks products. The brand PRAN has established itself in every category of food and beverage industry and can boost a product range from Juices, Carbonated Drinks, Confectionery, Snacks, and Spices to even Dairy products. RFL started its journey with cast iron (CI) products in 1980. The initial main objective was to ensure pure water and affordable irrigation instruments for improving rural life. Today the company has its wide ranges of CI products like pumps, tube wells, bearings, gas stoves etc and has achieved
The important parts will be explained, most of these in light of the transport to Holland. Also the focus is mostly on the varieties of White yams. Yams are mostly cultivated and consumed in West and Central Africa, this accounts for 93% of the world’s production. Ghana is one of these countries. In these countries yam is an important source of food and income.
I. The Rice Industry in the Philippines Rice, commonly known as kanin in the Philippines, is a cereal crop that belongs to a family of other cereals such as wheat and corn. It is rich in vitamins and minerals and it is the best source of energy (Geonka Foods, n.d.). It is considered as the staple food of the Philippines and is part of every Filipinos’ meal. Also, this is eaten mostly in Asian countries.
The Political Economy of Protectionism of Infant Industry in Pakistan Infant Industry in Pakistan In Pakistan, cottage and household industries hold an important position in rural set-up. Most villages and rural areas are self-sufficient in the basic necessities of life. They have set up their own small industries and small enterprises, they’ve their own carpenters, cobblers, potters, craftsmen and cotton weavers. Most of the people have their income dependent on it. Nowadays, the Cottage industries have gained immense importance in cities and towns.
Accordingly growth oriented sectors are selected for Maximum government support and the rest non selected sectors were get Minimum support. Some of the growth oriented sectors are manufacturing sector; including, Metal & engineering, textile and garment, leather products, wood work products, agro processing and handicraft products. Construction sectors; including, contractor, building material production, cobble stone production traditional way of mining extraction. Urban agriculture; including, cattle fattening, honey production, forestry, poultry farm, animal food preparation. Trade sector; including, domestic product whole sale and retail trade and Service sector; including, solid waste collection and recycling, maintenance service.
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Barley Grain Barley (Hordeum vulgare.L.) is cereal wholegrain that gives nutlike taste and chewy consistency after being boiled. Barley is a whole grain food and generally available in pearled, hulled and flaked form. It was one of the first cultivated grains in history and today, barley has remained one of the most widely consumed grains in the entire world (Ware, 2016). Barley originated in Ethiopia and Southeast Asia, where it has been cultivated for more than 10,000 years (The world’s healthiest foods, 2016).
The decentralized power loom / hosiery and knitting sector form the largest section of textile sector. The close connection of the manufacturing to agriculture and ancient culture, and society of the country make the Indian textile sector exceptional in assessment with the textile industries of other nations. The major sub-sectors that are included in the textiles sector are the structured cotton / man-made fibre textiles mill industry, the man-made fibre / filament yarn industry, the wool and woolen textile industry, the sericulture and silk textile industry, handlooms, handicrafts, the jute and jute textile industry and textile exports. India has a rich tradition in weaving, dyeing, printing, embroidery and craftsmanship sustained by strong domestic market. Promotion of Indian silk needs to be taken up to create a mental picture of the distinctiveness and console of Indian silk and the state of mind that the Indian silk has no real alternate and it is benefited from the status of exclusiveness and richness in Indian traditional