CIPHET displays fish descaling, poultry processing machines
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Around 30 retailers from the poultry and fish sectors attended the exposure day organised by the Central Institute of Post-Harvest Engineering and Technology (CIPHET) to demonstrate newly invented technologies on its campus on Tuesday.
"Most of the cutting of meat is done openly and using unhygienic instruments and platform. The present condition is unfavourable for retailers as well as consumers," said Dr Nilesh Gaikwad, a CIPHET scientist.
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