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A:REPORTS:
1.Study identifies potential markets
for high value
 plant extracts . It suggests some directions for research in support of these markets, and forms part of the support by Government through the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food for industrial crops - 75 pages
2.Working Group Report  India on  Fruits, Vegetables, Tuber Crops, Floriculture, Medicinal
& Aromatic Plants, Spices, Plantation Crops including
Tea, Coffee and Rubber - 390 pages

3.
The leading European importers for food ingredients for industrial use are Germany, France, the United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Italy. At the level of product groups, however, there can be other countries, which are important markets. Spain, for example, is unimportant market for pulses, while Portugal represents the second leading  importer of sugars... in 115 pages
4. Aromatics:

Description of the Product and Its Uses, Market and Competition Considerations, Equipment Needs, Costs, and Suppliers, Resource Conservation Considerations,
Distribution and Packaging, Special Factors, Considerations for a Rural Development Strategy

5. 
Hawk Commodities International., a DBA of Hawk Petroleum Inc, is one of the largest and most renowned processors and suppliers of spice ingredients to the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries
6.
Culinary herbs consumption in Australia has traditionally been based on the home market and the food
service sector. In recent years there has been strong growth in total herb consumption. Supplies have come from both Australian production as well as imports.74 pages
7.
Agriculture Business Profiles: Essential Oil Industry Fact Sheet for
Alberta
8.European  Company Profiles
 ( a few)

9.Production of Herbs in Argentina
- 24 page report of Possibilities there

10.
India & Canada Trade Statistics: Canada's Agrifood Import from India
11.Report on Indian Plants used
for Cosmetics & Toiletries - 20 pages
12.Sri Lanka Institute of Post
Harvest Technology (IPHT), operating under the Ministry of Agriculture, functions as the main institution in Sri Lanka engaged in improving the post harvest technology of cereals, pulses, oil seeds, other field crops, fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants through research, training, extension and other development activities - 106 pages Report

13. Market for 
Natural Ingredients for pharmaceutical - those products which are of importance to developing country suppliers - 59 Pages
14.Export Market 
Diversification for USA Market- Indian Experiences
15.The primary markets for plant extracts
are the
flavour and fragrance industries, and medicinal, pharmaceutical and insecticidal outlets. The USA, Western Europe and Japan are the main consumers of these products and account for approximately 78% of total world consumption - 57 pages

16.The world market for imported spices and culinary herbs is large, valued at just over US$ 2.3 billion. The main importers are developed countries (EU, USA) which import tropical and sub-tropical spices from developing countries.
17.Food Processing Industries - Tenth plan Schemes - India   43 pages 
18.According to FAO data, total
EU apparent consumption of spices and herbs (production plus imports minus exports plus changes in the stocks) amounted to 161 thousand tonnes in 2000. The leading consuming country is Germany, accounting for over a quarter of total EU consumption in 2000, followed by the United Kingdom, The Netherlands and France - 45 pages

 19. According to SIDBI (2000), in its Report on small-scale industries sector during 1988-89 to 1998-99, the Tamil Nadu SSI sector continued to grow fast. The average annual rate of growth (compound) of number of units was 12.8 per cent and of employment 10.9 per cent.
20.Japan relies 
for virtually its entire supply of unprocessed spice materials. Japanese home consumption of spices used to be limited, but changes in the lifestyle have led to greater diversity in the diet.

21.Agro Trade 2001 Japan 

The top six suppliers throughout 1999, 2000 and the first half of 2001 are the United States, China, Australia, Canada, Thailand, and R.O. Korea.
22
.International Pepper Conference
    Potential in Mexico 

23.Information on production and marketing of dried Birdís Eye chilies

24.Citronella Oil Industry - a Report  
  B:BRIEF WRITE UPS

1.List of Essential Oils
2. Update on several Spices,  address new developments in functionality, health benefits, sourcing, consumer preferences, the creation of novel spice combinations, preparation, and applications...
  3.Work done by
Regional Research Laboratory, Trivandrum, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research

4.Biodiversity Bill Full Text India

5. 
The Biological Diversity Bill, should focus on diversity related end-uses such
as drugs, industrial enzymes, cosmetics, dyestuffs, plant growth regulators, emulsifiers, oleoresins and genes used for improving crops and livestock through breeding and genetic intervention.

6.Food additives: Directive
95/2/EC on food additives other than colours and sweeteners sets out a list of authorised food additives, the foodstuffs in which they may be used and their conditions of use in Europe. 

7.
Sample Customs Notification - India
8.Guideline: The interim maximum
acceptable concentration (IMAC) for 1,2-dichloroethane
9.Directive 95/2/EC on 

food additives other than colours and sweeteners

10.Flavour in food products -
Training Course content 

11.
Application Form of Ministry of Food Processing, India
12. Botanical Medicine
Monographs and Sundry

13.Neem: Botanical insecticides were important products for pest management in industrialized countries.
14.Industry News Analysis:
Sample Issue 

15.Materia Medica and therapeutics with reference to the primary and secondary action of drugs as well as to the physiological action - 350 pages
16.Pharma 2003:
Seminar Brochure
17.Finished Product Lines:List provides good ideas
18.Technology Export Development Organisation (TEDO) India
19.SCFE is a highly versatile
technology with a varied range of applications

20.Food Chemical Codex
Spice Oleoresins used in foods are derived from spices and contain the total sapid, odorous, and related characterizing principles normally associated with the respective spices.
21.When whole or ground spices
are used in foods, only a part of the active flavour constituents is tasted.
A large percentage of the flavour is retained in the cellular structure of the spice and is lost in the
finished food product.
We, recommend, therefore, replacing whole and ground spices with OLEORESIN.

22.Spices bibliography 

23.Spices & Seasonings: 

Global Strategy Reports Brochures

24.United States: Imports of Specified Condiments, Seasonings, and Flavoring Materials
25.United States: Imports of Specified
Condiments, Seasonings, and Flavoring Materials by Country of Origin
26.Items in top 100 imports 
of USA from India in which India is competitive
27.Indian Products Notes:
Mushroom, Honey, Tapioca, Lac, Castor Oil Seed, agar agar, vanilla
28.Major Types Of Chemical Compounds In Plants & Animals Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids & Terpenes.

29.Herbal Terminology List
30.Antioxidant Activity of Basil
31.More on Tulsi
32.Sackred Tulsi Plant
33.Unites States 
Market for 
Organic Foods & Beverages. 
Find Importers

40 pages report.

 Reference Web Sites
Spices Board of India
Encyclopedia of Spices
Indian Institute of Spices
International Pepper Community
American Spice Trade Association
Organic Spices
Spices Trade Worlds
Chile Pepper Institute
Spices Group
Spices Directory
Spices News

 


C: Specific Products: Technology  Information

1.Essential oil extracted from the leaves of turmeric, Curcuma longa L., was investigated for contact and fumigant toxicity and its effect on progeny production in three stored-product beetles, Rhyzopertha dominica F. (lesser grain borer), Sitophilus oryzae L. (rice weevil), and Tribolium castaneum Herbst (red Ŗour beetle)
2. Export Digest: Product Focus Vanilla
3.Descriptors for Capsicum prepared by The International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI) 4. Opinion of the Scientific Committee on Food on Capsaicin 5. All about Garlic  6. Capsaicin and dihydrocapsaicin  content and pungency in different varieties of Indian red chilies7.Status of Clove Oil and Eugenol for Anesthesia of Fish 8.Aloe - Report 24 pages 9.Aloe Gel Aloe Vera Gel is the colourless mucilaginous gel obtained from the parenchymatous cells in the fresh leaves of Aloe vera (L) Burm. f. (Liliaceae) (1, 2). 10.Coriandrum sativum L. is an annual herb that belongs to the carrot family (Umbelliferae)

11.Extraction of Ginger Oleoresin from Ginger-Root Using Supercritical CO2 12. Lemongrass 13.Pepper is a branching vine which reaches heights of 10m. It is usually grown on live supports such as Gliricidia or Kapok and bears 2 years after planting. 14.Aloe Succotrina 15.Tangantangan Plant Oil: Tegusolís tangantangan plant oil has been found effective for removing tumors such as warts, and in treating other skin disorders such as psoriasis.

16.Turpentine is a name applied to numerous semi-fluid oleoresins obtained from coniferous trees. The substance obtained from these trees consists of 75 to 90 percent resin and 10 to 25 percent oil. When distilled, it yields turpentine (C10H6). Turpentine is a mixture of terpenes and essential oils, which vary in percentage based on geographic location, tree species, and the distillation process. 

17.Vanilla in Ice Cream - Selection Criteria for signature profile  18.Jasmine Day Jasmine 19.Eucalyptus Oil 20.Rosemary Oil 21.Mentha arvensis (commonly known as menthol mint, corn mint or Japanese mint)

22.Oregano has 3 to 20 times higher antioxidant activity than the other herbs studied 23.Parsley 24.Thyme 25.Carotenoids 26.Processing of Nutmeg & Mace
The main countries of production are Indonesia, Grenada, Sri Lanka, Trinidad, China and India.



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