There are many countries across the globe facing scarcity of food, the rulers are struggling to satisfy the demand. But there are few countries where there is sufficient amount of food but still their citizens are facing scarcity. The major reason for this situation is wastage and poor food storage technique.
No matter what kind of food it is, grains, vegetables or meat. Unless the storage technique is appropriate, we cannot avoid wastage. Proper temperature, storage space, constant check on sanitary condition is to be maintained on the basis of item that is been stored.
Every item has its specific requirement in terms of its processing, storage and usability. There are many factors to be taken care of to ensure proper storage condition, missing even one of it will lead to wastage of food item as well as resources that is invested in the process.
While food storage is a tedious task food processing is even more complicated. Maintaining standards in terms of storage and processing helps in increasing shelf life of the product. While population is growing in a faster rate, the need for appropriate storage conditions becomes essential.
Every food item cannot be produced round the year, there are certain crops that can be sown only during specific season. In that case choosing appropriate preservation and storage technique helps in avoiding wastage of food as well as ensure availability of the item in the market throughout the year.
Maintaining standards and hygiene helps in avoiding contamination which in turn ensures consumer’s safety. There are many courses in the market that gives you adequate amount of information and legal standards on food safety and processing. We at Nautical Marine Point are offering various courses related to the food and safety, hotel management domain. The basic qualification to pursue these courses are Secondary school certification – pass/fail, Higher secondary school certification – pass/fail, ITI, Diploma, any Bachelor Degree. For any clarifications or to know further details reach us out at www.nauticalcti.com.