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Old April 8, 2010, 02:18 AM
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^^^ Good point. They should adopt new technology and start to maintain new procedure for cleanliness.
Well, to keep it clean and hygienic is not always about high technology and cost. For example look at their shelf ... full of dirt! and those filled pots left open for days! At least they can clean up that shelf regularly, can color the shelf in bright, can cover those shelf by clean cloth so that can be washed and reuse. Similarly , instead leaving those pots open, they can cover by a thin piece of cloth and can be washed and reuse. They can build a separate restricted or sealed room for mature or preserve those pots. Instead keeping those empty pots in a dirty open space or corner ... easily can be kept in a restricted room and covered by something after being washed clean. And why on earth a rickshaw van comes inside the room with all the dirt of the streets on its wheel where filled pots are left open?!?

All those bit of 'hygienic care' are not about high technology, nor huge cost, but proper respect to their customer and pride to their own. Irony is those same products may come a long way to Dhaka and take place in a fancy clean looked showcase with fancy cover etc., eventually ends to our table, putting all our 'looking for quality' efforts out there while marketing in vain.

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As you would find out Fakruddin & Sons the Biriyani maker, they have adopted new standard and much more healthy way of cooking.
And their market surely will explore all over the world someday I hope [if they can keep up].

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Hahahah...Poorfan dada, oi angul chubano dekhe apnar bodhozom hoe gese...hahaahha
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Gham ar angul'er chubni na hoiley tho taste ashbey na.

If there was a cold storage near by then the whole world could enjoy.
In internet [personal website] I have read lots of Japanese people those have visited Bangladesh love 'Bogra Doi', Lichu, Mango. So yes, rest of the world is not far if they adopt clean and hygienic concept in the process and storage.

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... Such fastidious subscription to hygienic standards are a hallmark of the inhabitants of the land of rising sun
To be honest, sometime their asking standard is too much as you said. Yet its nice and awesome enjoying the effect of their amazing effort most of the time.
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Old April 8, 2010, 03:20 AM
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BDFlag Shakti Doi

Now Lets focus on another Doi in Bogra district. Dr. Mohammad Yunus capitalized famous Bogra doi in a larger,more effective and useful version. Thanks to him for this kind of project.


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Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus along with Grameen Group and the French yogurt company Danone are doing an extremely good work in order to promote a world free from hunger. Shoktidoi (Shakti - means sacred force, power, or energy)is an immunity-enhancing and energy-boosting yogurt. It has been developed in an ultra-modern research center in the Paris suburb.

Danone faced a different kind of innovation challenge when it teamed up in 2005 with Grameen Group of Bangladesh to develop a yogurt for some of the poorest consumers in the world. The result was a product that would retail for less than 10¢ per serving yet provide 30% of the minimum daily requirement of iron and other key nutrients to poor children.
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It is manufactured in a small, environmentally friendly factory, with a low-tech, labor-intensive supply and distribution network—the kind of small-scale "social business enterprise" conceptualized by Grameen's founder, Muhammad Yunus.





Marketing: Rural jobless women are the distributor and directly door to door seller. Thus they're earning their livelihood
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The fund will help finance new Grameen Danone plants in Bangladesh and new projects on other continents to reduce community poverty. It seeks to benefit the community in general by creating more than 1,000 livestock and distribution jobs including the “Grameen Ladies” who sell Shoktidoi yoghurt door to door, while still earning a profit


using mascot to attract the children


Happy Bangladeshi children who are supposed to die early due to malnutrition,hunger.



chi chi bujhee_kom bhaia abaro angul chubiye khacchen!!
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Old April 8, 2010, 05:26 AM
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GOD gave us the knowledge to create Pepto Bismol and orange flavored Orsaline for a reason, and the wisdom to have 'em handy in order to sample one of the finest things the Duniya has to offer. The real stuff uses real milk, not the powdered kind.
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Old April 8, 2010, 06:00 AM
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Old April 8, 2010, 08:36 AM
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GOD gave us the knowledge to create Pepto Bismol and orange flavored Orsaline for a reason, and the wisdom to have 'em handy in order to sample one of the finest things the Duniya has to offer. The real stuff uses real milk, not the powdered kind.
Gotta agree with your hard earned wisdom Sohel uncle. It's not as if my life will be extra prolonged for healthy eating. I'll die when I'm supposed to. Better to die after sampling what this world has to offer than live in regret.
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Old November 26, 2012, 01:09 AM
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Default History of Bogurar Doi

Hello,
Do you know the history of Bogurar Doi? I'm very interested to know it. Please give me any source for the history of it.
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Old November 26, 2012, 12:37 PM
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Life was good when i was in Jaypurhat for couple of years in my childhood days...i miss it now badly specially after reading this thread

mb bogurar doi pm koren
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