Food and wood products

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Wood product teak is highly popular for their quality. The products are generally used in making doors and window frames, furniture. On the other hand, dairy products comprise of powders, cheese and fat products such as butter and butter oil are the milk-based food products.
Teak is one of the wood products which add the value with a vertically integrated operation including log selection, processing, shipping and redistribution. A wood product Teak is a raw material that is environment friendly and can be harvested and replanted in managed forest areas. Teak Logs are in fulfillment with international quality standards and are appreciated in many industries as these are easy to work on and deliver fine finish and high resistance to wear & tear quality. Wood product Teak is generally widely used in making doors and window frames, furniture and columns and beams in old type houses. Teak is also very resistant to termite attacks. Mature teak fetches a very good price. It is grown extensively by forest departments of different states in forest areas. Teak is used extensively in boat decks, as it is extremely durable and requires very little protection. The teak tends to wear in to the softer summer growth bands first, forming a natural 'non-slip' surface. The wood product can also be available in various sizes and dimensions in market.
The dairy products largely comprises of powders, cheese and fat products such as butter and butter oil. The dairy product Cheese is a general term for a diverse group of milk-based food products. Cheese is produced throughout the world in wide-ranging flavors, textures, and forms. Cheese consists of proteins and fat from milk, usually the milk of cows, buffalo, goats, or sheep. Cheese varieties are also distinguished by what type of milk is used, the production methods and local tastes and preferences. The process of making cheese is considered an art. Butter oil is another dairy product primarily obtained from butter or cream by the removal of practically all the water and solids not fat content. The terms milk fat and anhydrous milk fat, dry butterfat and dehydrated butter fat are used synonymously with butter oil but the raw material used for their preparation is mainly cream. Butter oil serves as a richest source milk fat amongst the western dairy products and is rich in fat soluble vitamins like A, D, E and K.


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