Application of Hi-tech 3D Printing in Food Innovation: Review

Abstract 3D food printing is considered to be a futuristic technology to prepare our food (Witte, 2015). It is  the multidisciplinary approach, combining knowledge of mechatronics, 3D industrial printing and specific food technology knowledge in the areas of ingredients, formulae, texture and structure. This is a new technology for creating food, enabling the production of…

Food Safety for Prosperity

                                       According to IFC Research, 70% of tourist had some kind of food and water borne problems associated with travel to Nepal. Agro-Food system  has a significant role in the sustainable development of the Nation with the  Healthy green…

Food Conference 2014

  Registration form can be collected from NEFOSTA office, Babarmahal, Kathmandu or download the registration form through NEFOSTA website: http://www.nefosta.org.np or find it through the mail attachment sent individually to you. After filling up all the required information submit the form directly to NEFOSTA office, Kathmandu. Alternately the participants including abroad countries can also send…

Wild Honey..Indigenous Food of Himalayan Region of Nepal

Wild Honey is an indigenous food  of the Higher Himalayan region of Nepal including High Himalayas and High Mountain.Wild Honey is Produced by Nepalese native wild honey bee viz. A. dorsata, A.dorsata, A. florae and A. cerena. Researchers have shown that, Himalayan Honey has high free radical scavenging  activity, free radicals that are highly reactive molecules…

Environmental Degradation Resulting from the Food waste

Environmental Degradation Resulting from the Food Waste It is estimated that about 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted annually, about a third of global food production is either wasted or lost, causing an enormous drain on natural resources. Livestock agriculture and waste  is responsible for the emission of 18 % of Green House Gases (GHGs) and nearly 65 % of…