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LIST OF PROFITABLE FOOD PROCESSING BUSINESS IDEAS

Food processing industry is of enormous significance for India's development because of the vital linkages and synergies that it promotes between the two pillars of our economy, industry and agriculture. Fast growth in the food processing sector and progressive improvement in the value addition chain are also of great importance for achieving favourable terms of trade for Indian agriculture both in the domestic and international markets. Even more important is the crucial contribution that an efficient food processing industry could make in the nation's food security. The simple fact that the post-harvest losses are about 25 to 30 per cent in our country should serve as an eye opener for all of us. Even marginal reductions in these losses are bound to give us great relief on the food security front as well as improve the income levels of the farmer.

The food processing industry of India is one of the largest in the world in terms of manufacture, use, export, and development.  The sector has immense potential to contribute to growth and employment opportunities of the country.

The Indian food industry is poised for huge growth, increasing its contribution in world food trade every year. In India, the food sector has emerged as a high-profit sector on the back of the scope it offers for value addition, particularly with the food processing industry getting recognized as a high-priority area.

The Indian food and grocery market is the world’s sixth largest, with retail contributing 70 per cent of the sales. It is projected to grow at the rate of 104 per cent, touching US$ 482 billion by 2020.

The Indian food processing industry accounts for 32 per cent of the country’s total food market, 14 per cent of manufacturing GDP, 13 per cent of India’s exports and six per cent of total industrial investment.

The food processing industry in India has a total turnover of around USD 65 billion which includes value added products of around USD 20.6 billion.

Food processing involves any type of value addition to agricultural or horticultural produce and the products that there follow. The grading, processing and packaging of foods all fall under this umbrella. The Food Processing Industry sector in India is a global contender in terms of production, consumption, exports and growth prospects.

India is expected to attract an investment of $10 billion in food processing sector and generate 1 million jobs in the next 3 years. The Food Processing Industry in India offers unique opportunities in production and export of processed food. It has a strong and dynamic food processing sector playing a vital role in diversifying the agricultural sector, improving value addition opportunities and creating surplus food for agro-food products.

 

 

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Profitable Dry Fruits Processing Industry

Profitable Dry Fruits Processing Industry. Start a Dried Fruit & Nut Business. Processing of Cashew, Almond, Walnut, Raisins (Kishmish/Munnakka) and Figs Dried fruit is fruit that has had almost all of the water content removed through drying methods. The fruit shrinks during this process, leaving a small, energy-dense dried fruit. Raisins are the most common type, followed by dates, prunes, figs and apricots. Other varieties of dried fruit are also available, sometimes in candied form (sugar coated). These include mangoes, pineapples, cranberries, bananas and apples. Dried fruit can be preserved for much longer than fresh fruit and can be a handy snack, particularly on long trips where refrigeration is not available. Cashew Cashews are nuts that are found at the bottom of cashew apples and in the shape of kidneys. They are widely popular throughout the world, especially in Asian and African countries. They are known as super nuts as they have so many nutritional benefits. They contain high quantities of proteins and various essential minerals such as magnesium, zinc, copper, phosphorus, calcium, and potassium. They also contain a host of vitamins such as vitamin C, B1, B2, B3, B6, E and K. In India, cashew was first introduced in Goa, from where it spread to other parts of the country. Initially, it found use in soil binding to check erosion. Commercial cultivation began in the early 1960s and, over the years, cashew became a crop with high economic value and attained the status of an export-oriented commodity, earning considerable foreign exchange for the country. • Export of cashew nut shell liquid/Cardanol from India stood at 6,908 MT, valued at Rs 26.28 crore (US$ 4.08 million) during April 2017-December 2017, while exports of cashew kernels stood at 67,653 MT, valued at Rs 4,715.21 crore (US$ 731.15 million) during the same period. • Export earnings from raw cashew nut during April 2017- October 2017 stood at 3,775 MT worth US$ 6.96 million. • India accounts for about 65 per cent of global cashew exports. • India exports cashew kernels to over 60 countries. Its major markets are the US, the Netherlands, Japan, Spain, France, Germany, the UK as well as Middle East countries such as the UAE and Saudi Arabia. India is the major cashew growing country in the Asia-Pacific, positioned as the largest producer of raw cashew nut (RCN) globally with 5.5 lakh metric tons per annum. In India, cashew is grown in the peninsular areas of Kerala, Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and West Bengal. The country is the single largest producer and exporter of cashews, accounting for 40% of the global share. It is also the largest importer of RCN globally, with around 8 lakh metric tons of average annual imports, followed by Vietnam. Global Cashew Nut Demand is increasing: Cashew is often regarded as 'poor man's crop and rich man's food' and is an important cash crop and highly valued nut in the global market. The area under cashew cultivation is the highest in India. However, it is not so in the case of productivity, processing and quality. In reality, the Indian cashew industry has a high untapped potential to support the livelihood of cashew farmers, provide numerous employment opportunities and improve returns through global trade. The present work projects the need for important changes to be made in the existing system, so as to find a substantial improvement in the growth of the Indian cashew industry. In 2016, cashew nut demand increased by 6.1 percent. In 2021, it is expected that cashews take over 29 percent of the global nut market. Whether the production volume growth can meet the increasing demand is uncertain. Compared to the 6.1 percent increment in demand, production volume increased only by 3 percent. Prices are expected to remain high, and the numbers are only to grow with resilient demand for cashew. The global Cashew Nuts market is valued at million US$ in 2017 and will reach million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of during 2018-2025. Almond Almonds are the seeds of the fruits cultivated from the almond tree. The scientific name of these dry fruits is Prunus dulcis and they are native to the Middle East, India, and North Africa. They are now found in places like Iran, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, and Israel as well. The taste of almonds ranges from sweet to bitter and both are readily available in markets. Almonds are one of the world’s most nutritious and versatile nuts, renowned for their many health benefits and culinary uses. Discover your favorite almond products at Nuts.com from premium supreme-sized raw almonds and candy-coated Jordan almonds, to finely blanched almond flour and all natural almond butters for your snacking and recipe needs. Demand growth for almonds is mostly driven by India’s expanding middle class and increased consumer awareness of products perceived as healthful. Indian almond consumption in MY 2017/18 has been forecasted at 97,000 MT, a 10 per cent increase over the previous year. This increase is driven by low market prices, a weak dollar, changing consumer preference, and increased demand during the non-festive season. Also, the early festive season is expected to lead to higher almond stocks in the Year 2017-18, which are forecasted at 39,400 MT. The global almond production is projected to reach 1.3 million tonnes in 2017/18 from 1.2 million tonnes in 2016/17. Almonds are popularly known nuts, native of North Africa, Middle East and Indian Subcontinent. The Almond fruit consists of four parts kernel, middle shell, outer green shell cover and seed coat. The nutritional important part is kernel, but shell and outer coat is also being identified as nutritional and medicinal, and used for different purpose. Almonds are considered very important in diet due to its nutritional benefits such as, it is very low in cholesterol and sodium, good source of riboflavin, iron, zinc manganese, and magnesium and contains high levels of Vitamin E. While eating raw almonds or using it in different dishes , almonds are exclusively used for manufacturing of different almond based products such as shakes, drinks, chocolates, almond based yogurts, Almond oil, Almond cream, biscuits, hair care, skin care and cosmetics, Almond Butter, flour, and many more. Almond products market is segmentation on basis of applications as beverages, snacks, bakery and confectionary, personal care and cosmetics, pharmaceutical and others. Almonds are the second most popular nut in snacking market. And used as raw or roasted and seasoned snack globally. In bakery and confectionary market segment almond are top most popular nuts exclusively used in products such as cakes, cookies, etc. Almonds are traditionally being used in production of chocolate bars, candies etc., as well as almonds coated with chocolates possess high demand by chocolate lovers. In beverage market segment, with increase health concerns related to consumption of traditional milk and milk based products, Almond milk has gained major share as alternative to traditional milk. Considering high skin care and anti-inflammatory properties of Almonds, Almond oil and extract is exclusively in cosmetics and personal care products and possess high market demand from the industry. Almond oil and extracts are used in products like body oils, hair oils, creams and lotions, treatments of skin allergies etc. Considering its health benefits for heart, brain, immune system and cancer prevention ability, almond extract’s and oil’s market demand is growing in pharmaceutical products. Walnut Walnuts are round, single-seeded stone fruits that grow from the walnut tree. They are a good source of healthful fats, protein, and fiber. They may enhance heart and bone health and help in weight management, among other benefits. Walnuts are a wrinkly, globe-like nut that is the fruit of the walnut tree. They grow in a hard shell, which when opened reveals the walnut. This is then split in two and hence you will be familiar with seeing them as flat segments. Walnuts are usually eaten raw or roasted. Domestic walnut production is expected to increase by three percent to reach 34,000 MT (in-shell basis) in MY 2017/18. Indian walnut production is primarily confined to the hill states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. Indian walnuts are classified as hard, medium, or thin shell (kaghazi) and the average shelling rate is about 40 percent. The global walnuts market was valued at US$6,197.1 mn in 2017 and is expected to reach a valuation of US$8,534.5 mn by the end of 2025. During the forecast years of 2017 and 2025, the global market is expected to rise at a CAGR of 4.1%. Out of the two categories, the shelled walnuts are expected to lead the global market as the segment is slated to exhibit a CAGR of 4.4% during the forecast period. Geographically, Asia Pacific held a share of 54.7% in the global walnut market in 2017 and is expected to dominate the global market in the forthcoming years. Walnuts are being exhaustively used as an ingredient in the food industry, pharmaceutical industry, personal care and cosmetics industry which is supporting the market growth in the near future. Due to an increasing lactose intolerant population across the globe, consumer demand is shifting more from cow's milk to nut based milk, leading to a substantial increase in the consumption of walnut milk, owing to its lactose-free characteristics. Increasing inclination of the consumers towards maintaining a healthy lifestyle has led to an increase in consumption of healthy food products and food ingredients. Expanding demand for healthy food coupled with the usage of walnuts in end use industries are the primary drivers leading the global walnuts market during the forecast period. The market is also expected to continue being augmented by rising demand for convenience food, innovation in packaging, and expanding population willing to pay a premium for healthy fruits. One such growth in Walnuts market is increasing per capita consumption of walnuts globally. Furthermore, on the basis of product type, the Walnuts market is segmented into black and English walnuts. Amongst these segments, the English walnuts is anticipated to occupy the largest market share of 93.7% in 2017. By nature, the Walnuts market can be segmented into organic and conventional where the organic segment is anticipated to witness significant growth over the forecast period owing to the increasing proportion of consumers who wish to pay a premium for organic products. By end use, the Walnuts market is segmented into plain household and industrial. The industrial Walnuts segment is likely to be the most attractive segment in the forecast period. Raisins Raisins are obtained by drying grapes, either in the sun or in driers, which turns the grapes into golden, green or black gems. They are naturally sweet in flavor and are widely used in cultural cooking around the world, especially in desserts. Raisins pack more nutrition than their small size might indicate. When grapes are dehydrated to produce raisins, the nutrients become more concentrated, making a handful of raisins a snack rich in B vitamins, iron and potassium. Besides nutrients, raisins are also a good source of carbohydrates for energy. Raisins are commonly used: • as a salad topping • mixed into oatmeal • in yogurt • in granola or cereal Raisins are made primarily by sun drying several different types of grapes. They are small and sweetly flavored with a wrinkled texture. The technique for making raisins has been known since ancient times and evidence of their production has been found in the writings of ancient Egyptians. Most raisins are small, dark, and wrinkled. They have a flavor similar to the grapes from which they are made, but the drying process which creates them concentrates the amount of sugar making them taste much sweeter. They are a naturally stable food and resist spoilage due to their low moisture and low pH. In India, raisins are mainly produced in Sangli, Solapur and Nashik districts of Maharashtra and Bijapur and Bagalkot districts of Karnataka. The most popular grape cultivar for raisin making is Thompson Seedless which gives light golden raisins of medium size. Popular clonal selections of Thompson Seedless viz. Tas-A-Ganesh which is bolder sized and Sonaka which is elongated are also used to prepare bold or elongated raisins. Nowadays growers are also making black raisins from Sharad Seedless and its clonal selections, which are slightly bigger in size and elongated. The baking and confectionary industries generally prefer small sized raisins, while for snack purpose elongated raisins are preferred. The Global Raisins Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.35% during the period 2018-2022. One trend gaining traction in this market is the launch of new products containing raisins. Vendors in the market are launching variations in the existing products owing to the rising demand for raisins as an ingredient, in turn, fostering the market growth in the next few years. Figs Figs are the fruit of the ficus tree, which is part of the mulberry family (Moraceae). Figs have a unique, sweet taste, soft and chewy texture and are littered with slightly crunchy, edible seeds. Fresh figs are delicate and perishable, so are often dried to preserve. This produces a sweet and nutritious dried fruit that can be enjoyed all year round. There are multiple different varieties of fig, all of which vary widely in colour and texture. Their unique feature is a little bud-like opening called an ostiole at the top that helps the fruit develop. Their natural sweetness meant that, before the days of refined sugars, they were often used as a sweetener. Figs are rich in fiber, magnesium, manganese, sodium, vitamin B6 and K, potassium, and calcium. They promote bone density and lower blood pressure. Figs also contain various other minerals such as vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, iron, phosphorus, and chlorine. Figs are a beloved, popular fruit in India. They grow well in several states including Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh. Though there are approximately 800 varieties of figs in the world, the Poona is the most popular cultivar in India. Other funny named variants growing in the country are Indian rock, elephant ear, Krishna, weeping fig, dye fig, white fig, drooping, anjeer, Mysore fig, ivy fig, hairy fig, fiddle leaf fig, laurel fig, soft fig, natal, Punjab, and climbing fig. There is a huge local market for figs and people are consuming figs earlier imported from Bengaluru and other towns. Sensing the huge local market and consumption of the fruit locally, farmers have experimented with the cultivation of the fruit in Kanekal region in L B Nagar area and have succeeded in growing the fruit. Dried fruit is a processed fruit in which most of the water is removed from fruit either through a natural procedure of sun drying or dehydrators. Both dried and fresh fruits are a rich source of antioxidants and fibers but in dried fruits, a small amount of vitamins is lost during the dehydration process. However, dried fruit market is gaining acceptance due to its easy snack to pack feature which avoids spoiling of fruits as quickly as fresh fruits. Furthermore, the market is witnessed to be propelling with its application in different product line. Dried fruit is segmented on the basis of type, comprising of dried grapes, apricots, figs, dates, peaches, berries, and others. Among all, dried grapes occupy a major share in the market since they have advantage of controlling blood pressure, which is a great concern among the aging population. On the basis of application, the dried fruit market is segmented into breakfast cereal, bakery, confectionary, snacks, desserts, and others. Among these, applications in bakery products are expected to dominate the market followed by confectionary products. Furthermore, dried fruits provide various nutritional elements to the consumers’, which boost the growth of the segment- breakfast cereal Asia-Pacific is the largest region for dry fruits market in 2016 and is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period. Rising consumer awareness and largest consumption of dried fruits in emerging economies such as India and China is expected to boost the dry fruits market in the region. Asia-Pacific dry fruits market is expected to reach USD 17.24 billion in 2024 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7% during the time period of 2016 to 2024. Latin America and Middle East & Africa is the fastest growing region in dry fruits market, owing to the growing willingness to spend on consumption of dry fruits in order to have a healthy lifestyle. Middle East and Africa captures 50% share of dried grapes, dried figs and dates market in 2016. Increasing personal disposable income, growing urbanization and rising health awareness is driving the consumption of dry fruits across the globe. Increasing use dry fruits and nuts in chocolates and dairy products is boosting the demand of dry fruits. Introduction of exotic and unusual fruits and growing demand of snacks, bakery products with dry fruits as premium ingredients is fuelling the dry fruits market across the world. Rising middle class population and inclination towards healthy diets is bolstering the dry fruits market mainly in developing economies. Rising processing and packaging of dry fruits is the major factor which is obstructing the growth of dry fruits market across the globe. Detection of pesticides and toxins in dry fruits and its products is limiting the adopting rate dry fruits. Moreover, side effects of excessive intake of dry fruits such as weight gain, constipation and bloating are disrupting the market of dry fruits. 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Palm Oil

Palm oil is a fatty edible vegetable oil, yellowish in color, derived from the flesh and the kernel of the fruit of the oil palm tree. The oil palm tree is a tropical, single stemmed tree having feather like leaves that gains a height of around 20 meters. Palm oil is used in the manufacturing of soaps, ointments, cosmetics, detergents, and lubricants and also as cooking oil. Commercially palm oil is used in various forms such as crude palm oil, crude palmolien, refined bleached deodorized (RBD) palm oil, RBDpalmolien and palm kernel oil.The palm oil is produced by extraction from the reddish to orange pulps of the oval shaped fruits which grow on stalks in fresh fruit bunches (FFB) on the oil palms. India imported 487,147 tonnes of palm oil. The industry in India presents massive potential for growth since the government has allowed 100% FDI in plantation and has also pledged huge financial aid to farmers in upcoming years. Palm oil is also anticipated to grow at the modest pace with over 6.3% CAGR.As a whole any entrepreneur can venture in this project without risk and earn profit.
Plant capacity: Palm Oil: 500 Ltrs/Day Palm Kernel: 115 Kgs/Day Palm Fibres (Cake): 500 Kgs/ DayPlant & machinery: Rs. 32 lakhs
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Noodles, Vermicelli, Macaroni and Spaghetti Production Business

Noodles, Vermicelli, Macaroni and Spaghetti Production Business. Start a Profitable Pasta Product Manufacturing Industry Macaroni is a traditional food product that is formed by the use of dough, which is made by the use of flour, water, and eggs after which it is formed into different shapes. It can be simply put that macaroni is a dry pasta. Lastly, a curved macaroni is mostly referred to as elbow macaroni, which is popular among young children. Many macaroni and noodle products are being used in precooked frozen dinners of macaroni and cheese, macaroni and spaghetti and meat sauce, tuna and noodles and many others. Some what the some preparation techniques are used for freezing are used for canning. Spaghetti is long, thin pasta. Spaghetti with meatballs in marinara sauce is an Italian restaurant classic. Spaghetti is a popular Italian pasta, often served with a tomato sauce sometimes called spaghetti sauce. The Italian word spago means string, and spaghetti is the plural of spago — a description of what spaghetti looks like. Spaghetti straps are very thin shoulder straps found on dresses and summery tops. Spaghetti is generally served with some type of sauce; the sauce and the type of spaghetti are usually matched based on consistency and ease of eating. Northern Italian cooking uses less tomato sauce, garlic and herbs. In Northern Italy white sauce is more common. However Italian cuisine is best identified by individual regions. In Southern Italy more complex variations include spaghetti paired with fresh vegetables, olives, capers or seafood. Vermicelli is a type of fine pasta that is similar to spaghetti. The pasta features long rounded pasta strands that tend to be slightly thinner than spaghetti and somewhat thicker than angel hair pasta. In Italian, vermicelli literally means "little worms" and reflects the pastas distinctive worm-like shape. In India and other countries of the Indian Subcontinent, wheat vermicelli is known by various local names such as sev in Gujarati, shavige in Kannada, sevalu or semiya in Telugu, and semiya in Tamil and Malayalam. Vermicelli is made out of maida that is ground from very hard wheat. It is simply maida, water, and a little salt. Vermicelli is a popular instant food product. It falls under the category of extruded product and is made from wheat flour. At times tapioca or soya bean or groundnut flour is also added. Thus, it is rich in proteins and liked by people from all walks of life, irrespective of age. India celebrates more festival than other countries. These festivals are chiefly religious, secular and social. The festivals are therefore an intimate part of our religious as well as secular life. They are at the same time related to some ancient religious length, to the cycle of reasons, and to the community's need of change, release and economic well-seeing. Noodles were traditionally served in a hot or cold seasonal broth whilst pasta had a sauce added. Nowadays, though, fusion cuisine is offering all sorts of exciting new ways to prepare noodles. Market Outlook Noodles Noodles market in India is one of the fastest growing globally driven by steady economic growth and rise in disposable income of consumers. Rapid urbanization and a large young population are also helping Noodles market to grow further. Dried and Instant Noodles is the leading category in the Noodles market with Convenience Stores being the leading distribution channel. Urbanization, rising income levels, working couples, interstate migration and changing lifestyle of young India are key drivers for the noodles market. The product was positioned as meal which is filling and can be prepared in just a few minutes, thus offering both convenience and time saving. Noodles are value-added processed food items from flour. In addition, the product occupies 45% market share in the processed cereal products in India. According to the output and constitute, this is the largest segment in this sector of the processed food market. Generally, this item is more popular in the northern parts of our country. The product is an extruded product made of tapioca flour and maida. They are long thread-like of 0.22 to 0.4 mm. thickness. Trends in Indian noodle market • Traditional flavors still dominate: Masala, chicken and tomato are most popular flavors in the market • Addressing rural market: Noodles are primarily consumed in urban India and to expand this market companies have introduced small sized and low cost products to address the demand of rural market. The success of this effort is still to be seen. • Huge Rural market: rural India where close to 60% of Indian population resides is a huge consumption market virtually un-penetrated by any player. Low cost products with appropriate marketing can open up this huge market. Some of the major reasons for its popularity are: • Increasing population of the country. • Rapid industrialization in the country. • Increasing purchasing capacity of the people. • The durability of the product. • The changing eating habit of the population. • Increasing preference for ready to eat food because of the increasing numbers of working couples etc. Vermicelli: Five main features of vermicelli make it a highly demanded product in the market: • Ready to eat • Easy to prepare • Nutritious • Tasty and • Low Cost It is one of the most preferred ready to cook item in both Indian and foreign markets. With the rapid urbanization and growth of the economy, the demand of healthy and easy to prepare food products has reached sky high. This makes the vermicelli making business an ideal business opportunity to grab on as the demand for the same is in a highly growing trend. During Ramzan, the demand reaches at the top as kheer made of vermicelli is consumed all on a daily basis after daylong fasting. However, in compare to the other foreign countries, the consumption rate of vermicelli is comparatively low, thus there is a huge opportunity to grow and capture the market. Urbanization has changed the lifestyles of not only urbanites but even of semi-urban and rural areas. This along with increase in the purchasing power of people has fuelled demand for many fast food or instant food items and vermicelli is one such product. With the addition of groundnut or soya bean or tapioca flour, it also becomes a nutritive product and thus even health conscious people prefer it. Thus vermicelli has, become a very popular instant food. Variety since last few years and its demand is steadily growing. There are some established brands but the market is very large and growing. A small-scale unit can compete with these brands in the local market on the price front because of low overheads, less transportation costs and reasonable advertisement budget. Proper and adequate placement of product and thrust on publicity at the point of sales would also be crucial. Pasta Product Market: The global market for pasta can be classified into spaghetti, macaroni, and noodles. It can also be bifurcated into fresh and dried pasta. While the former is prepared from simple dough of eggs and flour, the latter is made from finely ground semolina flour and water, sans egg mostly. Fresh pasta has a comparatively shorter shelf life than dried pasta and hence it is more expensive. Dried pasta generates accounts for a dominant share vis-à-vis sales in the global market for pasta. The overall global pasta market is expected to grow moderately in the upcoming years. Global Pasta Market is projected to witness at the CAGR of 5.85% and it is projected to reach USD 32.78 Billion during the period of 2017 to 2023. The global pasta market is being driven by a number of favorable factors. The changing preferences of the consumers, resulting from the western influences and urbanization in the developing regions, have contributed to the market growth. Further, as a result of hectic lifestyle, the consumers prefer easy-to-make food products. Since, pasta is a healthy carbohydrate-rich food and convenient to prepare, the demand for different types of pasta products such as fusilli, macaroni and vermicelli, has been on a surge. Moreover, manufacturers are introducing product innovations such as gluten-free pasta, organic pasta and vegan pasta to attract a larger consumer-base. Geography-wise, the global market for pasta has been segmented into Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and the Rest of the World. Among them, Europe accounts for maximum percentage share in terms of consumption and North America comes next. Markets in China and India, emerging economies whose growth rate has surpassed that of all other countries in the world, have proved to be tough ones to crack. Per capita sales of pasta is low in India and China on account of lesser priced regional staples such as rice and noodles. Besides the lack of affordability and cultural preferences, the abundant availability of pasta is another factor hobbling the growth of the Asian markets. Going forward, however, tables might likely turn due to rising per capita income in emerging economies, particularly India and China. This, coupled with rising urbanization, is anticipated to push substantial growth in the near future. The spaghetti segment is projected to register the higher growth rate (5.77%) during the forecast period of 2017 to 2023. Change in consumer lifestyle, increasing disposable income, increase in health awareness, and rise in demand for convenience food and consumption will a positive impact on the market during the forecast period. Packaged foods are convenient to carry, store, and use. Thus, all these factors together will drive the market. The primary factors catalyzing the growth of the pasta market in India include rising urbanization, changing lifestyles and surging demand for ready-to-eat products. In addition to this, the market is also influenced by an increasing women employment rate coupled with rising disposable incomes. Further, the health-conscious consumers are demanding food products with healthier ingredients, which has led to a rise in the demand for pasta made with whole-wheat and quinoa. Some of the other forces that have been proactive in maintaining the market growth are longer shelf-life and ease of preparation. 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Extra Neutral Alcohol (ENA)

Extra Neutral Alcohol is a food grade alcohol. The product is used as a basic alcohol in distilled spirits like Vodka, Malawi Gin etc. In the pharmaceutical industry, Extra Neutral Alcohol is a prime carrier for a whole spectrum of medicines and is therefore used for processing a wide range of drugs. It is also a good disinfectant as methylated spirit. This colorless alcohol has a neutral smell and taste. It is used in the production of potable alcohol and also as a solvent and reactant in the pharmaceutical industry and as a carrier of flavor and fragrances. ENA is a high distilled alcohol that contains no impurities and is used for the production of alcoholic beverages, alcoholic fruit beverages and aperitifs. Owing to its properties, it serves as an essential ingredient in the manufacturing of numerous cosmetics and skin care products, as a processing aid in food industry, and as a solvent for colourants and flavours. The extra neutral alcohol (ENA) market in India has been witnessing a steady growth rate over the past few years. The market is expected to grow due to a huge shift towards the consumption of alcohol and expanding applications of ENA. Almost 90% of the ENA produced in India is used in the manufacturing of potable alcohol, production and consumption of which is continuously rising. Further, a gradual shift towards Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) from country liquor over the past years has also led to an increase in demand for potable alcohol. Other factors facilitating the demand for potable alcohol are increasing disposable incomes, changing attitude towards drinking and western influence. Additionally, expanding cosmetics and personal health care, printing and pharmaceutical industries are expected to be highly lucrative for the market since ENA finds numerous applications in these industries. In the cosmetics industry, ENA is used in products such as perfume, toiletries, cologne, hair spray, air freshener, detergent, etc. It is also used in the production of antiseptics, drug, syrups, medicated sprays, etc. Owing to the aforementioned factors, the market is further projected to reach a volume of 3.8 Billion Litre by 2023.
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Ginger Washing Plant

Ginger is a tropical plant whose rhizome (popularly known as ginger root) is used most commonly for culinary and medicinal purposes. Gnarled and knotted in appearance, the ginger root has a slightly pungent, spicy-sweet flavor and aroma. Today, there are many uses ginger is good for. Although eating fresh, raw ginger still one of the most popular ways of consumption, the use of powdered or ground ginger is not only preferred for culinary applications but also for making ginger supplements, such as ginger root capsules and ginger tablets. Additionally, ginger can be found preserved, candied, and crystallized. While the use of natural and alternative medicines has grown greatly in recent years, so has the interest in ginger as a complementary and alternative herbal remedy. As such, much research has been performed that has confirmed many of ginger properties. In the recent times, the global market for ginger has observed a strong surge in its valuation, thanks to the increasing popularity of ginger as a spice and as a flavoring agent across the world. The rising awareness about the medical benefits of ginger is also attracting consumers substantially, and this factor is expected to act as a long-term promoter of this market, leading it to high growth over the next few years. In addition to this, the widening application base of ginger, from medicines to alcoholic beverages, is anticipated to boost the global ginger market in the years to come. The market is projected to gain US$3.06 bn by 2017 in revenues. The opportunities in this market is predicted to proliferate at a CAGR of 6.50% between 2017 and 2022, reaching a value of US$4.18 bn by the end of 2022. Major factors driving growth of the global ginger markets, growing consumer awareness about the ginger benefits for health. In addition, increasing use of ginger as a home remedy various infections such as common cold and cough, rising demand for herbal medical products, rising usage in healthcare industry to cure problems related to infection, constipation, ulcers etc. are factors driving growth of the global ginger market.
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Readymade Khaini (Geeli) Manufacturing Industry

Readymade Khaini (Geeli) Manufacturing Industry. Production of Chewing Tobacco. ???? ?????? Smokeless tobacco is also called spit tobacco, chewing tobacco, chew, chaw, dip, plug, and probably a few other things. It comes in two forms: snuff and chewing tobacco. Khaini is a form of chewing tobacco used in India, containing slaked lime. The most commonly used tobacco product in India is khaini, a tobacco, lime mixture, that is used by every ninth adult (11.2%). The next most commonly used tobacco product is beedi, smoked by 7.7% of adult Indians. Gutkha, a tobacco, lime, areca nut mixture, ranks third (6.8%) and betel quid with tobacco ranks fourth (5.8%). The prevalence of tobacco use among men is 42.4%, while among women it is 14.2% India, home to the world’s second highest number of tobacco users (around 275 million), last year had set a target of reducing tobacco use by 20% by 2020 and 30% by 2025. There is a huge demand for products like khaini and gutkha in India, The tobacco demand and consumption is very high in India, which will continue to be the key driver of growth in the market. This will be followed by demand from countries outside of India. A large portion of the Indian economy depends on agriculture, and tobacco is the principal cash crop across many states. Bidi (Traditional cigarettes), snuffs and smokeless tobacco, including gutka, khaini and zarda, are the most popular tobacco-based products. Bidi dominates the tobacco market in India, followed by chewing tobacco and cigarettes. Indian tobacco is exported to around 100 countries. India exports unmanufactured tobacco primarily to Western Europe, South & South-east Asia, East Europe and Africa. Exports of manufactured tobacco recorded a 25% growth from US$ 222.3 million in 2013-14 to a record US$ 278.6 million in 2014-15, while unmanufactured tobacco recorded a dip of 13.82% from US$ 789.04 million in 2013-14 to a US$ 680.01 million in 2014-15 respectively. The tobacco market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% over the period FY 2016 to FY 2020. A large portion of Indian economy is agricultural based where tobacco is the principal cash crop that is grown in many states. India is the 2nd largest producer and 3rd largest exporter of the tobacco in the world. Bidi dominates the tobacco market in India, followed by chewing tobacco and cigarettes. Indians consume bidis, snuffs and smokeless tobacco, including gutka, khaini and zarda. The global smokeless tobacco industry is projected to grow at the significant growth rate in the near future owing to increasing consumption of chewing tobacco in developing economies. Key players are shifting their focus from cigarette to the smokeless tobacco products due to growing demand. On the basis of type, it is segmented into chewing tobacco, dipping tobacco, dissolvable tobacco. Among all the types, chewing tobacco segment is dominating the market and the segment is expected to reach USD 9.96 billion by the end of 2023 with registering a CAGR of 4.30% during the forecast period. However, chewing tobacco segment is further categorized into loose leaf, plug, twist, chew bags and others. Dipping tobacco is further categorized into moist snuff, dry snuff and snus. Growing demand of chewing tobacco, majorly among the low-income community of consumers is also influencing the market growth. Popularity of consumption of smokeless tobacco among the daily wage workers, is projected to be high due to the low cost and high production capacity of tobacco in the developing country. In addition to the 45.7 million people who directly depend on tobacco Industry, there are millions who indirectly earn their livelihood from the Tobacco Industry such as people engaged in packaging, warehousing, flavour & fragrance, paper, jute, mentha, areca nut, transporters etc. Tags Khaini Manufacturing Process, Tobacco and Pan Masala Formulations, Khaini Manufacturing Process, Cost of Khaini Manufacturing, How to Make Khaini, Khaini Ingredients, Tobacco Based Products, Manufacture of Pan Masala, Tobacco and Tobacco Products, Khaini, Production of Khaini, Khaini Tobacco, Smokeless Tobacco, Tobacco Manufacture, Khaini Production, Indian Tobacco Industry, Tobacco Industry in India, Tobacco Industry, Chewing Tobacco, Tobacco Cultivation, Khaini Tobacco Manufacture, Manufacture of Pan Masala, Khaini Manufacture, Khainee Manufacturing Unit, Manufacturing of Smokeless Tobacco, Starting Tobacco Product Manufacturing Company, Smokeless Chewing Tobacco, Smokeless Tobacco, Small Business Ideas in Manufacturing of Tobacco Industry, How to Start Pan Masala Business, Project Report on Khaini Manufacturing Industry, Detailed Project Report on Tobacco Product Manufacturing, Project Report on Khaini Production, Pre-Investment Feasibility Study on Chewing Tobacco Manufacturing, Khainee Production, Techno-Economic feasibility study on Khaini Production, Feasibility report on Smokeless Tobacco Production, Free Project Profile on Chewing Tobacco Manufacturing, Project profile on Khaini Production, Download free project profile on Tobacco Product Manufacturing, How to Make Chewing Tobacco, Smokeless Tobacco Composition, Tobacco and Tobacco Products, Chewing Tobacco Composition and Process for Producing, Production of Smokeless Tobacco, Khainee and Tobacco Manufacturing
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Frozen Vegetables (Potato, Cauliflower, Peas, Bhindi & Parwal)

Frozen vegetables are vegetables that have had their temperature reduced and maintained to below their freezing point for the purpose of storage and transportation (often for far longer than their natural shelf life would permit) until they are ready to be eaten. They may be commercially packaged or frozen at home. A wide range of frozen vegetables are sold in supermarkets. Global Frozen Vegetables Market was valued at $25,179 million in 2016 and is expected to garner $34,973 million by 2023, registering a CAGR of 4.7% from 2017 to 2023. Freezing is one of the most widely used methods of food preservation that retains texture, taste, and nutritional value of vegetables for a longer duration. Freezing ceases the growth of microorganisms, reduces chemical and cellular metabolic reactions, providing a significantly extended shelf life. Increased disposable income, busy lifestyle, and emerging large retail chains, including hypermarkets and supermarkets in the developing countries such as India and China, have led to the rise in convenience food, thereby driving the frozen vegetables market. Growth in working women population globally has led to rise in ready-to-eat food, supplementing the frozen vegetable market growth. However, negative perception of consumers about the nutrient content of frozen vegetables and poor refrigeration facilities in semi-urban and rural areas may hamper the market growth. Highest growth rate will be witnessed in spinach followed by other legumes among the frozen vegetable segments during the forecasted period. Increase in demand for Ready to Eat (RTE) foods will drive demand for spinach and other legumes. Among various frozen vegetable types, sweet corn and other vegetables estimated a larger share in the year 2016.
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Pan Masala Khaini, Gutka, Supari

Pan Masala refers to a balanced mixture of betel leaf with lime, areca nut, clove, cardamom, mint, tobacco and many other ingredients. It is prepared with precise measurements so as to maintain a balance of all ingredients while keeping in mind its taste and human health. Pan Masala acts as a mouth freshener and unlike other Western synthetic pan masala which are made with chemical and petroleum ingredients, the Indian pan masala is considered safer. It is available in hygienic and attractive foil packets (sachets) and tins which are easy to store and carry. The Indian pan masala market reached a value of INR 36,523 Crores in 2016 and is further expected to reach nearly INR 81,992 Crores by 2022. The strong growth of the market can be attributed to a number of factors. As pan masala has been traditionally popular in India, it is consumed by all age groups and social classes in the region. Large population along with rising disposable incomes also provide a huge consumer base for pan masala products. Moreover, convenient packaging, easy availability, competitive marketing by manufacturers as well as the shift from tobacco to tobacco-free products have further fuelled the demand for pan masala globally. Although it has gained prominence in urban households of India, especially among adolescents, its demand is growing faster in rural households. Khainiis a form of chewing tobacco used in India, containing slaked lime. Gutka or gu?kha is a preparation of crushed areca nut, tobacco, catechu, paraffin wax, slaked lime and sweet or savory flavorings. It is manufactured in India and exported to a few other countries. Gutka is a preparation of betel nuts and tobacco designed to be chewed. It originated in the Indian Subcontinent, where its consumption is widespread today, and spread from there to areas with a large Indian population. Like other tobacco products, gutka is potentially addictive and cancerous, and in India, some moves have been made to attempt to restrict its availability to address health concerns. Betel nut is a combination of three ingredients. People roll small pieces of the nut from Areca catechu; more commonly called betel palm, in a leaf from the Piper betel vine, then add powdered slaked lime or limestone paste, and chew it. The substance is popular in certain parts of the world, primarily Asia and Africa, Some components of betel nut have pharmacological properties, but little evidence supports its use for any therapeutic purpose. India is the major producer and consumer of areca nut in the world. Production is concentrated in six states, namely Karnataka, Kerala, Assam, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Areca nut is the major plantation crop of coastal and southern districts of the country under assured irrigation facility. The ever increasing demand for areca products like paan, supari and gutkha has led to continuous increase in areca nut prices worldwide. The processing methods, maturity and consumer preferences influence the types of areca nut products prepared. Area and production shares show that Karnataka leads with 46 per cent of area and 47 per cent of production, followed by Kerala with 24 and 23 per cent, respectively.
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Ethyl Alcohol from Molasses

Ethanol known as ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol is a flammable, colorless, mildly toxic chemical compound with a distinctive perfume –like odor, and the ethanol is found in alcoholic beverages. In common usage, it is often referred to simply as alcohol. Natural energy resources such as petroleum and coal have been consumed at high rates over the last decades. The heavy reliance of the modern economy on these fuels is bound to end, due to their environmental impact (and the corresponding pressure of society) and to the fact that they might eventually run out. Ethanol is a volatile, flammable, clear, colourless liquid. Ethanol is a good sovent. It is also used as a germicide, beverage and antifreeze, fuel, depressant and chemical intermediate. It can be made by the fermentation process of material that contains sugar or from the compound which can be converted to sugar. Yeast enzyme readily ferment sucrose to ethanol. Global ethyl alcohol market is expected to rise with the CAGR of about 7.5% during forecast period 2017-2024 Rising application of ethyl alcohol as biofuel is one of the major factor that contributes to the growth of global ethyl alcohol market during forecast period. Also, increasing adoption of ethyl alcohol across various end-user sectors also promotes the growth of global ethyl alcohol market. However, advent of hybrid electric vehicles and rise in price of raw materials used in manufacture and production of ethyl alcohol are some of the major factors restraining the growth of global ethyl alcohol market during forecast period. Geographically, global ethyl alcohol market report has been segmented in regions such as North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest of World. North America is expected to dominate the ethyl alcohol market during forecast period due to growth in the production of ethyl alcohol, increasing exports of ethyl alcohol across the countries of region such as United States and Canada, etc. However, Asia Pacific is expected to emerge as the fastest growing region in ethyl alcohol market during forecast period owing increasing disposable income of the consumers, increasing demand for ethyl alcohol to be used as a fuel, wide scale adoption of ethyl alcohol across different end user sectors of the region, etc. Ethanol being a renewable resource of energy is probably a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels. Demand for Ethanol is increasing day by day due to its versatile application and utility. To meet the acing demands, production of Ethyl Alcohol or Ethanol through fermentation is gaining momentum and acclamation globally.
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Cocoa Butter and Cocoa Powder

Cocoa butter is a pure, stable fat that is pressed out of cacao beans. It is considered a vegetable fat. It is also vegan and contains no dairy products, despite using the word butter in its name. Cocoa butter is usually extracted by the Broma process, letting the butter drip off of roasted cocoa beans in a hot room. The beans are then ground into cocoa powder while the butter is used in making chocolate and personal care products. Cocoa powder is an unsweetened powder produced by grinding cacao beans and pressing out the cocoa butter, better known as fat. The resulting cocoa powder is low in fat, but has an intense chocolate taste. It is most commonly used in baked goods, where it is mixed with sugar and fats, such as butter, margarine, or coconut oil. While sugar can add to your waistline, it is not considered a fat. The Cocoa Butter Market can be segmented on the basis of form, types, end-user, packaging, distribution channel and region. By form, cocoa butter market can be segmented into solid and liquid form. Among the two forms, the solid form is the highest supplied product in the market by the manufacturers and is expected to grow further in the forecast period. Liquid cocoa butter is supplied in tanks while the solid is supplied in blocks, cubes and chips boxes. By types, cocoa butter market can be segmented into organic, conventional, and deodorized cocoa butter. The organic cocoa butter is made by expeller pressed extraction process, the conventional cocoa butter is made by pure prime pressed extraction process and the deodorized cocoa butter is fully deodorized by a physical process and is mostly used for chocolate production. By end-user, cocoa butter market can be segmented into food industry, pharmaceutical industry, aromatherapy, cosmetics and personal care industry. In the food industry, cocoa butter is used in the production of confectionery products such as chocolates. In the pharmaceutical industry, cocoa butter is used for its physical properties as cocoa beans are a high-antioxidant in nature since they contain an ample amount of polyphenol and flavonoid antioxidants. It also boosts the immune system, improves heart health, and eases constipation. In aromatherapy, the cocoa butter is used due to its fragrance and natural properties. The global market for cocoa powder is likely to witness a CAGR of nearly 2.2% in terms of volume till 2026. The market is projected to surpass 1,315 ‘000 tonnes by the end of 2026. On the basis of end-use industry, the key segments include chocolate & confectionary, beverages, bakery, functional food, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. Among these, beverages segment accounts for nearly 17.3% volume share of the market, and is likely to grow at a CAGR of 1.2% in terms of volume during the assessment period. The demand for cocoa powder from the beverages sector is likely to remain steady during the assessment period.
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