July 31, 2009 | By Ron Augustin
In India and Bangladesh, Bhutan is known for its marmalades and jams. Large parts of the Himalayan Kingdom are made up of valleys with a climate ranging from temperate to subtropical, and the country is an important exporter of apples, oranges, mandarins and canned juices. The food processing industry in Bhutan consists of three companies: Bhutan Fruit Products (BFPL), Bhutan Agro Industries (BAIL), and Bhutan Dairy and Agro Products (BDL).
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Sep 22 2010
Bhutan is doing great in dairy sector.......... But i want to know, how was industry established in adverse geographic conditions, there are hills all around...?