Maida Flour and its Manufacturing Process
Cereals and grains have been part of our daily diet for thousands of years. Wheat is such a cereal grain from which wheat flour is made. India alone consumed 95100000 MT of wheat flour in 2016.
All purpose flour also popularly called ‘Maida’ in Hindi is carefully milled refined wheat flour without any wheat bran. Maida flour is used widely to make the delicious bakery items and fast food, such as pastries and bread. Many conventional Indian categories of bread, for instance; paratha, kulcha, naan, and tandoori roti are made using maida.
The maida manufacturing :
Maida was made by crushing grains, undoubtedly the first equipment used for this purpose was pestle and mortar. The mortar was no more than a natural basin in a rock and the pestle was merely a stone selected because of its naturally suitable shape and size for use with the mortar. Today in the modern era its made using Roller Mills. (Please see picture below).
There exist a lot of maida manufacturers in India; P Mark is one of them. Keeping the hygienic factor as their first priority, P Mark’s maida is manufactured from the top-notch varieties of golden wheat. In order to keep it germs free, they make sure that it is untouched by the human hand. P Mark thoroughly obeys the health safety standards and the regulations set as per the ISO 22000-2500 norms and FSSAI ( Food Safety and Standards Authority of India).
Maida manufacturers in Punjab: P Mark is a trusted brand in India. It has myriad customers in India from lower middle-class families to the upper income group families. The packets are available in different sizes, shapes and varieties. All varieties can be bought in different weights ranging from 500 gram up to 50 kg.