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Evoulution Of Milk Packing.

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Transcript of Evoulution Of Milk Packing.

"Evolution Of Milk Packing."
Group Name :-
"Business Evolutioners"
Members :-
Janmejay K Patel (1606801)
Mikesh B Patel (1606802)
Sachin J Patel (1606803)
Shreya R Patel (1606804)
Prapti P Shah (1606805)

Shift To Plastic Bag Packing.
Emerged widely in the late 80s.
Done in small polythene bags having capacity upto 1.5 litres.
Milk could be stored only for a day or two without refrigeration.
Still milk was to be pasteurized and packed.

Reasons For Change In Technique.
Expensive manufacturing cost.
Sterlisation costs increased.
Reduced profit margins.
Handling them was very tedious , as they were very fragile.
Effected the financial aspects of the bottling and milk companies.
This depicted the Economic Element's change in the Business Environment.

Aim Of The Project:-
To study evolution in milk packing techniques.
Effect of change in packing techniques on Business Environment.
To be in touch with the changing trends.
History Of Milk Packing.
Starts long back in Ontario,Canada.
In 1968 this trend had initiated.
Milk was delivered in glass bottles .
Became popular due to demand of long shelf life of milk.
Initially milk was deliverd in canisters and metal cans by milkmen and milkwomen.
Glass Bottle Packing.
Bottles having capacity up to 1 litre were used to deliver milk.
Sterilized bottles were used as they were reusable.
Milk was pasteurized and then packed in bottles and delivered.
These bottles were very expensive to manufacture.
Even sterilizing them was quite costly.
Merits Of Plastic Bag Packing.
Making packets is very cheap.
Convenient in storing them in crates.
Can be refrigerated easily.
Packing is easy, as its totally mechanized.
Disposing them is very easy.
Acquires less space in the refrigerators and freezers.

With plastic bags as a means to pack milk they also began to be used for packaging yogurt.
Milk bags were also used in Australia (Greater Shepparton, Victoria), in the late 1990s, distributed by Shepparton-based dairy company Ducats.
Some dairies in the United States used the bags in the 1980s.
When pouring, the top of the bag can topple over, causing the milk to spill.
Spillage can be avoided by cutting a secondary hole at the other side of the bag for air intake, by pinching the top of the bag while pouring,
Even by using a pitcher with a lid to keep the milk bag in place.
Milk bags cannot easily be sealed once open, although some consumers fold over the spout and use clips to help maintain freshness.
Must be handled and transported with care to avoid product losses and a big mess.
Demerits Of Plastic Bags As A Means Of Packaging.
Spreading Of A New Trend Globally.
While milk bags use less plastic than the traditional jug, there is no incentive on consumers to recycle the bags.
such as the refunds provided when jugs are recycled at a bottle depot.
In Canada, milk bags cannot at all be recycled and are in fact required to be thrown away,leading to excessive plastic waste.
Environmental Concerns.
The glass bottle as the retail package for milk remained unchallenged until 1933 when the first carton made of waxed paper was introduced.
The development and introduction of plastic materials for packaging in the dairy industry (initially polyethylene in 1940), alone and in combination with paper, resulted in a wide range of containers, termed cartons, suitable for liquid milk.
An Alternative To Plastic Bags -
Carton Packing.
Tetra Pak was created in 1951 as a subsidiary to Åkerlund & Rausing, a food carton company established in Malmö in 1929 by Ruben Rausing and Erik Åkerlund.
Tetra Classic is the name of the first, tetrahedral package, launched by Tetra Pak in 1952, with an aseptic version released in 1961 and still in use, mainly for portion-sized cream packages and children's juices
Terta Pak - A Glimpse In The Past....
Future Scope Of Tetra Pak...
Our Contribution Towards A Greener Tomorrow....
Discard the used plastic bags of milk very properly, i.e. , give it for recycling.
If we use glass bottles then give it back to the supplier for refilling.This will reduce our contribution towards environmental footprint.
If possible use tetra pak , this will reduce use of plastic.
Tetra Pak takes the whole lifecycle of the products into account.
To identify the impact of processing and packaging systems have during every stage of their life cycle. Using well-established methods such as Lifecycle Assessments (LCA).
Evolution Of Milk Packing.
Traditional Method Of Delivering Milk - Milk Men System.
Initial Trend Of Glass Bottles As Milk Packing.
Milk Packed In Glass Bottles.
History Of Milk Packing.
Amul Kool - A New Trend By Milk Giant AMUL.
Pasteurization's Pros and Cons.
Amul Milk In Plastic Bag.
Change In Glass Bottle Packing - Seal To Prevent Adulteration.
Plastic Bag Packing Machine.
Plastic Bottle Packing - An Alternative To Glass Packing.
The Latest Trend - Milk Vending Machine.
A Handy Quadra Pack Of 4 Glass Bottles Of Milk.
Process Of Milk Pasteurization Till Milk Delivering.
Vatsalya International School.
Borsad - 388540

Learning Outcome...
We the "BUSINESS EVOLUTIONERS" learnt the following :-
How to conduct SWOT analysis of any element of Business Environment.
How things are different from the theoritical knowledge in the practical world.
Submitted To :- Miss Richa Singh.
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