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The following contacts should be able to provide further information:
Indian Institute of Spices Research (IISR)
Marikunnu PO, Calicut
India 673012
Tel: +91 495 2731346
+91 495 2730294;
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay
Mumbai 400076
Tel: +91 22 2572 2545
Fax: +91 22 2572 3480
Further reading
Practical Action Technical Briefs:
Drying of Foods Practical Action Technical Brief
Food Labelling Practical Action Technical Brief
Drying selection of Practical Action Technical Briefs
Herbs and Spices selection of Practical Action Technical Briefs
Drying UNIFEM Practical Action Publishing 1995
Processing of Black Pepper, Practical Action Food Chain No. 3
Spice Plants, M. Borget, 1993, CTA/MacMillan
Ground and Packaged Spices: Options and Difficulties in Processing at Origin. Marketing Series
7, NRI, 1993
Quality assurance for small-scale rural food industries. Chapter 2.4 Herb and spice products.
FAO agricultural services bulletin 117, 1995.
Try Drying It! Case Studies in the Dissemination of Tray Drying Technology, B Axtell,Practical
Action Publishing 1991
Producing Solar Dried Fruit and Vegetables for Micro and Small scale Rural Enterprise
Development, A Series of Practical Guides' written by the Natural Resources Institute.
Setting up a food drying business P Thuillier, Practical Action Publishing, 2002
Drying Food for Profit B Axtell, Practical Action Publishing, 2002
FAO InPHO Indian Spices
This document was produced by Dr. S Azam Ali for Practical Action in January
2008. Dr. S Azam-Ali is a consultant in food processing and nutrition with over
15 years experience of working with small-scale processors in developing
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