Cold Chain Quickie #26- Where Do India’s Food Crops Actually Come From?

Published On September 9, 2016, by .

Today I was having a homemade meal consisting of Aloo mutter, Bhindi masala and Rajma with Roti. This, for many, is considered as the most satisfying and delicious Indian dishes out there. But are they even Indian? That’s the question that struck in our mind while we were indulging in…

Cold Chain through the Eyes of a Pharmaceutical Box (Part 2) #MyCoolTravelogue

Published On June 4, 2015, by .

This is Part 2 of my #ColdChainIndia journey from a manufacturing unit in Bengaluru to ColdStar’s state-of-the-art cold storage warehouse in Mumbai. If you’ve missed the first part, read it here. With its ability to store multi-commodity products at varying temperature requirements, ColdStar maintains standardized storage processes throughout its cold…

Cold Chain through the Eyes of a Pharmaceutical Box (Part 1) #MyCoolTravelogue

Published On June 2, 2015, by .

The pharmaceutical Industry could benefit from an evolution in the Cold Chain Logistics. The short lead time, temperature and time sensitive requirements of Pharmaceutical products require an efficient temperature controlled logistics. The Cold Chain Industry in India is highly fragmented. Lack of adequate temperature controlled transport facilities in India and…

Cold Chain Quickie #21- Iced Coffee Popsicles

Published On May 28, 2015, by .

We came across this innovative idea to beat the summer heat combining two most favorite elements- Coffee and Ice Cream. Iced coffee popsicles: two favorite summer treats in one frozen package. These caffeinated ice popsicles offer a great blend of coffee and Ice Cream in a single treat. These iced…

Cold Chain Quickie #20- Chai Ice Cream #ColdChainIndia

Published On May 20, 2015, by .

We came across this innovative idea of Chai Ice Cream. What better than ice cream during summer months and to top it off with a flavor of the most loved beverage in India- Tea. The country consumes 8.37 lakh tonnes of tea annually with the per capita consumption of 0.8…