The jam-making process typically involves chopping the fruits and cooking them with sugar and pectin until they form a gel-like consistency. Once ready, the mixture is packed into sterilized jars, and then labelled.
Ripe firm fruit is handpicked and categorised based on their color, smell and appearance.
The edible portion of the fruit is extracted from fresh fruit, crushing and pressing them.
Sugar, pectin and other ingredients are added to the prepared fruit pulp in desired quantity keeping in mind the statutory norms
The mixture is concentrated by continues boiling and stirring.
The jam thus prepared is hot filled in sterilized containers.
The production process for fruit drinks and beverages involves several steps, including the careful selection of fruits, washing and cleaning, juice extraction, preparation of sugar syrup, the blending of pulp, syrup, and other ingredients, adjusting ingredients as necessary, filling, sealing, and labelling the bottles.
In this process, the fruits are thoroughly cleaned and blanched. Then, they're packed into cans or jars and heated. Finally, the cans or jars are cooled rapidly to maintain the fruits' texture and taste.
In the process of making condiments, the fruits or vegetables are cooked and processed by removing their seeds, followed by grinding. After this, the mixture is cooked again to the desired consistency with sugar, salt, spices, or other flavorings, depending on the recipe. Once, done the mixture is packed and labelled.