In Manufacturing Unit, Wholesale Market and Packaging & Distribution, we are following Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and QHS-Standards for Production Line, Quality Line, Packing Line, warehouse and Logistics. We have vast experience in Food processing and Quality & Safety Packaging Lines. Our reputation is built on customer care of high quality and safety products. Vipsat offers high nutritional quality, farm fresh products to customers. These Agro-food products are free of harmful chemicals, dust, insects, hygienically clean, then graded and clean again before packing.
Agriculture sector is changing the socio-economic environments of the population due to liberalization and globalization and continues to play a major role in Indian Economy. Food security is the prime necessity of any society comprises of thousands of people. Increased demand for food commodities is being driven by economic growth production of biofuels demand for food commodities is being driven by economic growth, production of biofuels and expanding populations. Vipsat is providing and compelling the partnership model with local stakeholders to deliver impact through economic inclusion and sustainable development of delivery of food products to the global market. The structural trends of the food market given by Vipsat and Vipsat provides a great opportunity for farmers in India which is a developing nation to increase the productive capacity; improve food and energy security; and make strong financial and community returns. Besides that Vipsat is fulfilling the increasing food security demands at vast level outside India through its venture partenership with its allies in business operation outside India. Vipsat started operation in the year of 2017 and engaged in Manufacturing, Exporters, Importers and Trading of Agro-Food commodities and products from Asian countries to various international markets. Mainly we are into exporting and trading of our products to local as well as international markets (European, African Countries, Oceania Countries and Asian Countries). Vipsat offers high nutritional quality, farm fresh products to customers. These Agro-food products are free of harmful chemicals, dust, insects, hygienically clean, then graded and clean again before packing.
Plant based food and fabric dyes. Being a customer oriented enterprise, we are engaged in providing a wide array of Modular Greenhouse Structure Services. In order to cater the numerous necessities of the patrons, we have been able to provide a wide range of Prefabricated Greenhouse Structure Services. Owing to the efforts of our dedicated team of professionals, we have been constantly engaged in offering the best quality Rooftop Greenhouse Architecture. We are a well-renowned organization in the industry to provide our patrons the best quality array of Modular Greenhouse Architecture. We are remarkable enterprise, involved in offering superior quality Greenhouse Architecture. Hydroponic Greenhouse Architecture We are a unique name in the market to provide our respected customers an exclusive range of Eco Friendly Net House. Keeping in sync with the latest market norms and policies, we are indulged in providing a high quality range of Tunnel Type Shade Net House. With the assistance of our diligent team of professionals, we are engaged in providing Greenhouse Construction Service to the clients. Corporate contract farming as per client needs.
Until about 150 years ago all dyes were natural substances, derived mainly from plants, animals and mineral sources. Using natural products to produce a fast colour in a variety of shades was a real art. It required considerable knowledge as the dyer had to deal with substances as wood, tree, bark, plant roots, stems, leaves flowers mineral s and shell fish to extract dyes. In recent times in the ‘Global world’ there is an increasing demand for natural dyes because of economic, aesthetic and environmental reasons. The WHO recommends the same; hence restrictions on the use of many synthetic colourants and the relative instability are leading to the use of natural dyes as an alternate source. Dyes have been defined as intensely coloured substances used for coloration. They are retained in substances by physical adsorption, mechanical retention, the formation of covalent chemical bonds or of complexes with salts or metals, or by solution. Natural dyes and pigments are obtained from animals, plants and minerals without any chemical processing. When used as textile dyes, they are mainly mordant dyes although some belong to other groups (vat, solvent, pigment, direct and acid). Most of the historically important colorants are members of the anthraquinone, naphthoquinone, indigoid and carotenoid groups. The coloring substances like stains and paints colour only the surface, however the dyes, penetrate all the fibres being colored and combine with it either physically or chemically. Once dyed the dye cannot be completely removed from the fibres. Nevertheless, dyes vary in their ability to resist fading from washing or dry cleaning, or from exposure to acids, alkalies, heat and sunlight. The dyes with a strong ability to resist fading are termed fast dyes. Several kinds of natural dyes have been used in all kinds of industries to colour textile, paper, leather, wood, medicine, food, fur and feathers. In India, there are more than 450 plants that can yield dyes. In addition to their dye-yielding characteristics, some of these plants also possess medicinal value. Natural dyes are environment friendly for example, turmeric, the brightest of naturally occurring yellow dyes is a powerful antiseptic which revitalizes the skin, while indigo gives a cooling sensation. During recent years, the dyes derived from natural sources have emerged as an important alternative to synthetic dyes. Being biodegradable and highly compatible with environment, the natural dyes are free from the defects associated with synthetic dyes such as harmfulness to human body, pollution and wastewater problem. It is urgent to strengthen a space for a better understanding and appreciation of the natural dyes on textiles, especially cotton and silk to create awareness of their importance as means to preserve and to disseminate cultural values and as a medium for contemporary expression.
Fibres in the broad sense have at various time played a part in providing humans with shelter, vessels in which to carry water and cook food and thread for making fabrics. While most of the world has abandoned mud and wattle construction, thatched roofs, or baskets smeared with clay as water and cooking utensils, the important of plant fibre as the source material remains they are classified into Textile fibre, Natural fibre, Vegetable fibre, Wood fibre, Animal fibre, and Mineral fibre. Almost one half of the world’s requirements for textile fibres are met by cotton. Cotton consists of 88-96% cellulose, with the rest being protein, pectic substances, ash and wax. Cotton fibres are relatively stronger when wet. Cotton also absorbs moisture readily which makes cotton clothes comfortable to wear in warm weather. Cotton fibres are weakened by acids but are resistant to alkalis. It is therefore, preferable to use alkali soluble dyes on cotton. Silk fibres are proteinaceous in nature and are produced by silkworm for the construction of cocoon. The silk proteins are fibrion and sericin. Degummed silk fibres are of significance in commercial bleaching and dyeing. Strong acids and high temperature cause severe damage to silk fibres. Dyeing of silk involves careful selection of water and mild alkali soluble dyes and processing at moderate temperatures. Apart from textile fibres natural dyes are also used to colour leather, furs, hairs, feathers, matting, basketry, bone, ivory, wood and cosmetics. One of the world famous handicrafts of Tamil Nadu is the superfine silk mat woven by the craftsmen of Pathamadai (a small town in Tirunelveli District). These mats continue to be in the threshold of international market for handicrafts. These silk mats are unique, eloquent and extraordinary because of the artistic work, patterns inscribed and colours used. The superfine silk mats are woven from a sedge culm. The culm is split into fine strands and then dyed with natural colours.