Study on the Value Addition to Burfi with the Incorporation of Fig (Ficus carica L.) Fruit Powder
AbstractFig (Ficus carica L.) belongs to the family moraceae. The fig is a native of southern Arabia. In India, its commercial production is limited to a few centers in Maharashtra and south India. In Maharashtra, it is cultivated on commercial scale in adjoining areas of Pune and Aurangabad'. As per the annual report of year 2010 given by Department of Agriculture, Maharashtra State, the area under cultivation of fig fruits was 300 hectares up to 1990, which further increases to 3443 hectares in 2010.
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