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Liquid Glucose From Broken Rice

Liquid Glucose is usually manufactured by subjecting starch to high temperature in the presence of acid. However, Liquid Glucose of same Dextrose Equivalent can be manufactured by enzymatic conversion but the spectrum of saccharides will differ and so also the properties, in comparison to acid converted Liquid Glucose. Liquid Glucose is an aqueous solution of nutritive saccharide obtained by starch hydrolysis, by using Corn and Rice as raw material, which is purified and concentrated to required solids. It is usually odorless and clear yellow colored viscous liquid sweet syrup which is processed and stored under hygienic conditions. Broken rice is the by-product of rice mill. It has various uses out of which one use is to prepare liquid glucose from broken rice. About 90% of the liquid glucose produced in India is consumed by the confectionery industry. Its preparation of sugar candy. It standard confectionery being about 33%. It is used also in textile printing and in biscuit and tobacco canning. The rest of this is used in leather, textile pharmaceutical and other industries. The domestic demand for liquid glucose had been estimated as 10000 MT/annum of which 7500 tones are used in the confectionery plants and are therefore widely distributed in their crude from. Which facilitates the development of new technologies and ensure a high quality product
Plant capacity: Liquid Glucose: 140 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs 1267 lakhs
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Return: 25.00%Break even: 43.00%
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Rice Syrup Processing Plant

Rice Syrup Processing Plant. Production of Liquid Glucose from Broken Rice. Rice/Broken Rice Liquid Glucose Syrup Processing Plant Liquid Glucose is an aqueous solution of nutritive saccharide obtained by starch hydrolysis, by using Corn and Rice as raw material, which is purified and concentrated to required solids. It is usually odorless and clear yellow colored viscous liquid sweet syrup which is processed and stored under hygienic conditions. It has wide application and is particularly useful where high concentrations of invert sugars are required. It also has such advantages as anti-crystalline, a lower freezing point and high degree of sweetening power relative to sucrose. Liquid Glucose, Glucose syrup and Corn syrups are synonyms. Broken rice is the by-product of rice mill. It has various uses out of which one use is to prepare liquid glucose from broken rice. It can be processed from the F.C.I. Godown also. By using broken rice, starch can used as filler in the different variety of food products. About 90% of the liquid glucose produced in India is consumed by the confectionery industry. Its preparation of sugar candy. It standard confectionery being about 33%. It is used also in textile printing and in biscuit and tobacco canning. The rest of this is used in leather, textile pharmaceutical and other industries. The domestic demand for liquid glucose had been estimated as 4000 MT/annum of which 3000 tonnes are used in the confectionery plants and are therefore widely distributed in their crude from. They can be found in almost all fruits, vegetables and corns. Different countries are known to be using different agricultural sources for production of starch. Broken rice is damaged white rice, broken during processing. During the milling process grain fragments, the length of which does not exceed three quarters of the average length of the whole grain, are separated from the white rice, whose shape remains intact. This is classed as broken rice. Uses Liquid glucose or glucose syrup is a refined and concentrated non-crystallizable aqueous solution of D-glucose, maltose and other polymers of D-glucose, obtained by controlled hydrolysis of starch containing material. Glucose syrup is used in hard boiled sweets and many dairy products, as a granulating agent for tablet coating and as a vehicle for orally administered medical syrups in pharmaceuticals. Glucose syrup is used in the manufacture of canned foods, confectionery, bakery products, ice-creams, chewing tobacco, shoe polish and leather chemicals. It is used widely used in • Making Candies • Making Chocolates • Making Chewing Gums • Making Ice creams • In Canned Fruits • Fruit Juices and beverages • Making breads and puddings • Making cold drinks and beverages • Making Jams, Jellies and other dairy products • For flavoring and dressing tobacco for cigarettes • Used in shoe polish prevents caking and also results in a quicker and better shine • Used in Leather industry as it gives pliability and weight to the leather. Glucose is used in a wide range of applications including food & beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and paper-making. Food & beverages was the largest market for glucose over the past few years and the trend is anticipated to continue over the forecast period on account of growing demand for bakery goods and confectioneries. Increasing demand of energy drinks which contains a significant amount of glucose on account of maintaining a healthy lifestyle also has been the reason for this rapid growth rate in the food & beverage sector. However, non-food uses of glucose including pharmaceutical, cosmetics and paper-making is likely to witness fastest growth over the next seven years owing to the expansion of these end-use industries. Global glucose market is expected to witness a rapid increase in demand due to the rise in consumption of glucose syrup over the forecast period. Glucose syrup accounts for a majority share in the global starch derivatives market owing to its wide range use in the manufacture of candy products and is poised to grow at a very intense rate by the end of 2020. Some other derivatives of glucose include maltodextrin, hydolysates and cyclodextrin. Glucose is primarily used along with sugar as it exhibits complimentary characteristics to natural sugar such as preventing sugar from crystallizing, reducing stickiness of sugar and retention of extra moisture. Glucose is extensively used as an additive in pharmaceuticals and nutrition foods owing to its high energy content. Over the past few years, there has been an increasing use of glucose in the form of tablets or medicine for patients having low blood sugar. Growth of the pharmaceutical industry is expected to augment demand for glucose over the forecast period. 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Liquid Glucose From Broken Rice

Liquid Glucose is usually manufactured by subjecting starch to high temperature in the presence of acid. However, Liquid Glucose of same Dextrose Equivalent can be manufactured by enzymatic conversion but the spectrum of saccharides will differ and so also the properties, in comparison to acid converted Liquid Glucose. Liquid Glucose is an aqueous solution of nutritive saccharide obtained by starch hydrolysis, by using Corn and Rice as raw material, which is purified and concentrated to required solids. It is usually odorless and clear yellow colored viscous liquid sweet syrup which is processed and stored under hygienic conditions. Broken rice is the by-product of rice mill. It has various uses out of which one use is to prepare liquid glucose from broken rice. About 90% of the liquid glucose produced in India is consumed by the confectionery industry. Its preparation of sugar candy. It standard confectionery being about 33%. It is used also in textile printing and in biscuit and tobacco canning. The rest of this is used in leather, textile pharmaceutical and other industries. The domestic demand for liquid glucose had been estimated as 10000 MT/annum of which 7500 tones are used in the confectionery plants and are therefore widely distributed in their crude from. Which facilitates the development of new technologies and ensure a high quality product
Plant capacity: Liquid Glucose: 140 MT/DayPlant & machinery: 1267 lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs 2275 lakhsb
Return: 25.00%Break even: 43.00%
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Production of Sweetener from Rice

Production of Sweetener from Rice. Rice Syrup Sweetener, Brown Rice Syrup Manufacturing Business. Brown Rice Syrup is a natural sweetener produced by fermenting cooked brown rice. Rice syrup can be made from white rice, brown rice or certified organic rice. Also known as rice malt syrup, brown rice syrup is made with whole grain rice subjected to an enzymatic reaction. This process breaks down the starches in the rice, and the simpler sugar (maltose and maltotriose) is separated in liquid format. This liquid is then boiled down into syrup. Brown rice syrup is an alternative to refined table sugar and artificial sweeteners and is often included as an ingredient for many processed foods. To make brown rice syrup, brown rice is fermented to break down the starch in the grains, then the liquid is removed and heated until it reaches a syrup-like consistency. Two tablespoons of brown rice syrup contains 110 calories and 25 grams of sugar, so it should be consumed in moderation. Brown rice syrup contains a few trace minerals, including magnesium, manganese, and zinc. But that doesn't make it healthy. Although it's made from brown rice and little else, it's highly refined and concentrated, making it a source of calories and carbs, as well as trace minerals. However, as far as sweeteners go, it is all-natural, nearly always organic, and probably one of the healthiest sugar substitutes available, with the exception of stevia. It can be used as a general sweetener and in cooking. It is vegan, unlike honey, and can be used instead of it. It has a lower glycemic index than sugar but diabetics will need to carefully count it as part of their regulated carbohydrate intake. Rice syrup is used as base sweetener in edible sweet syrups (Flavored / Unflavored), blended honey, bakery foods, cakes, pastries, fillings, toppings, candies, canned fruits, health drinks, juices, soft drinks, Dairy products, ice-creams and so on. Increasing health diseases such as diabetes, heart risks, and high blood pressure has resulted in the introduction of alternatives to conventional table sugar. Natural sweeteners are preferred as alternatives to table sugar and are highly consumed among the consumers in various forms. One such alternative which is one of the most preferred sweeteners is rice syrup or brown rice syrup. Rice syrup is included as one of the main ingredients in processed foods. Rice syrup is considered to be a nutritive sweetener, unlike saccharin and aspartame. Rice syrup is used as a sweetener in cereals and snacks bar. Rice syrups also serve as a table-top sweetener for various beverages such as coffee, tea, health drinks and juices. Growing awareness and demand for rice syrup is expected to pose a major threat to artificial sweeteners such as aspartame and corn sugar. Rice syrup market is expected to grow significantly during the forecast period. Fructose, which is found in many sweeteners, is a fast releasing sugar, which tends to cause insulin to spike. Brown rice sugar is a polysaccharide or a complex sugar, so it dissolves more easily in the bloodstream preventing an accumulation of fat. The complex carbohydrates and nutrients in brown rice syrup mean a longer digestion time and a longer lasting flow of energy. This may help control blood sugar levels and reduce cholesterol. Rice syrup is considered to be a nutritive sweetener owing to the number of minerals included in it such as phosphor and magnesium. The shift in the consumer preference towards food and beverages including natural ingredients is growing at a faster phase. Moreover, soft drink producers are also witnessing rising demand for a soft drink with reduced sugar. Hence, to meet the demand, producers are replacing sugar with natural and artificial sweeteners. A lot of research activities are also going on to produce new natural sweeteners. Companies are also investing in advanced technologies to for product development with innovative and superior quality. Sugar- stevia blend has also made a position in the natural sweetener market with companies launching new products. The market is likely to witness growth due to the wide acceptance of natural sweeteners. The global market for natural sweeteners to witness moderate growth and to register a CAGR of 4.5% between 2017 and 2026. The global market for natural sweetener is also likely to garner US$ 39,091.7 million in terms of revenue by 2026 end. Major factor driving growth of the target market over the forecast period is increasing adoption of natural sweeteners in healthcare industry as well as in daily food, owing to its health benefits such as, it helps to reduce blood sugar in diabetic patients. In addition, increasing concerns related to health among the individuals across the globe is another factor expected to fuel growth of this market. However, comparatively high cost of natural sweeteners than normal sugar is a factor expected to hamper growth of the target market in the near future. The global natural sweeteners market is expected to witness substantial growth over the forecast period on account of growing demand for different kind of substitutes such as low-intensity sweeteners, high-intensity sweeteners and high-fructose syrup in food & beverage and healthcare industry. Natural sweeteners manufacturing companies are expected to benefit from the growing health concerns among people and demand for low-calorie sweeteners as it anticipated that natural sweeteners market will convert into the new business as food & beverage manufacturers will search for inexpensive natural sweeteners. The sweetener market In India today stands at approximately Rs.150 crores with a double-digit growth. This is minuscule, looking into the number of diabetics and pre-diabetics in India. With the changed regulatory scenario allowing the use of sweeteners in everyday consumables, the market is bound to grow. With the entry of new and safer molecules, the artificial sweetener industry in India could witness large volumes. In 2016 the Indian market for food sweeteners was valued at USD 9 billion and is estimated to register a CAGR of 3.5% during the forecast period. India Food Sweetener Market Dynamics Sugar dictates more than 80% share in this market. The major constraint in the sugar market is the volatility in prices, leading to market fluctuations. India is currently the world’s largest consumer of sugar with domestic consumption increasing by more than 4% annually. This growth is due to increased awareness and usage of dietary foods. Another major driver is the growing population of overweight, obese, and diabetic patients which is resulting in growth in this category. On an average 5% of Indian population is obese but when seen in urban settings the numbers are incredibly high. Although presently, HIS does not constitute a major share of the market, this is the fastest growing segment due to the rising health concerns among people. Global sweetener market is forecast to rise in next 5 years driven by demand for naturally-derived sweeteners with stevia emerging as popular sugar substitute in light of increased availability of low-calorie naturally derived sweeteners and rising awareness about them. Stevia is derived from the plant of the same name. The active compounds present in this plant are nearly 150 times sweeter than sugar and have a negligible effect on blood glucose levels. Stevia also does not because the side effects usually associated with artificial sweeteners like aspartame. 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Sweetener from Rice

Brown rice (malt) syrup, also known as rice syrup or rice malt, is a sweetener which is rich in compounds categorized as sugars and is derived by culturing cooked rice starch with saccharifying enzymes to break down the starches, followed by straining off the liquid and reducing it by evaporative heating until the desired consistency is reached. This brown rice syrup is rich in protein derived from rice. It is a wonderful natural sweetener, best alternative to sweeteners plus the syrup has low effect on blood sugar levels. India is the second largest producer of sugar and its largest consumer in the world – much of it being used in sweetmeats. The sweetener market is segmented into sugar, high-intensity sweeteners (HIS) and high-fructose corn syrup. The market for HIS is expected to reach nearly USD 2.3 billion in 2022 at a CAGR of 5.1%. Thus, due to demand it is best to invest in this project. Few Indian major players are as under • Dhampure Specialty Sugars Ltd. • Givaudan (India) Pvt. Ltd. • Gulshan Polyols Ltd. • Heinz India Pvt. Ltd. • Indian Maize & Chemicals Ltd. • K G Gluco Biols Ltd.
Plant capacity: 80 MT/Day Plant & machinery: 1129 lakhs
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Return: 27.00%Break even: 49.00%
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Production of Rice Bran Oil with Rice Mill and Captive Power Plant (Integrated Unit)

Production of Rice Bran Oil with Rice Mill and Captive Power Plant (Integrated Unit). Business Opportunities in Rice Processing Industry Rice, edible starchy cereal grain and the plant by which it is produced. Roughly one-half of the world population, including virtually all of East and Southeast Asia, is wholly dependent upon rice as a staple food; 95 percent of the world’s rice crop is eaten by humans. Rice is the most important cereal food crop of India, occupying one-fourth of the gross cropped area of the country. As the basic food crop, rice is cultivated comfortably in hot and humid climate. In the country, the crop is mainly grown as a Kharif crop in rain fed areas that receive heavy annual rainfall. Rice is the most important staple food crop in India. It provides food for 65% of the population in India. The crop occupies about 37 % of the total cropped area and 44% of the total production of food grains in India. West Bengal is the leading producer of paddy in the country. It accounts for 16.39% of the total production, and the other leading states are Uttar Pradesh (13.38%), Andhra Pradesh (12.24%), Punjab (9.47%), Orissa (7.68%) and Tamil Nadu (7.38%); the remaining states account for 33.45% of the production. The rice industry in India plays a vital role in the country’s agricultural sector — making significant contributions to India’s economic growth, foreign exchange earnings and employment rates. Thanks to the country’s large growing area and the preferential soil and climate conditions, India is now one of the world’s largest rice and basmati rice producers and exporters, representing over 20% of the world’s total supply. After suffering two years of financial stress caused by excess paddy supply and weak international demand, India’s rice industry, especially basmati rice, is expecting a rebound in 2018 from growing demand and low inventory prices. India is a major rice producer, consumer, and exporter and continues to be the world’s largest rice exporter for the fourth consecutive year. Rice is the most important agricultural crop in India, contributing to more than 40% of the country’s total food grain production. India also has a significant competitive advantage over rice exports in the global market. The country has high-yield, high-quality paddy, low production costs and is known to efficiently execute its contracted businesses from the east coast and west coast ports of India. The rice industry in India has seen a transformation in the last decade, with the growth of branded businesses in the domestic market and a strong impetus to export. In India, the area where rice grown is called western coastal strip, the eastern coastal strip, covering all the primary deltas, Assam plains and surrounding low hills, foothills and Terai region- along the Himalayas and states. The major rice-growing states in India are West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Bihar, and Chhattisgarh, which contribute about 72% of the total rice area and 75% of total rice production in the country. As the dominate food in India, rice is the staple food of the people of the eastern and southern parts of the country. India is one of the largest producer of white and brown rice all over the world, which takes about 10% of the globe rice production. Rice in India is not only the most popular food but a key part for India’s national economy. Indian rice industry has developed a strong position in exports, reaching 25% of market share of global trade. In India, rice processing is the largest agricultural product in the agricultural processing industry. At present its turnover exceeds 3.65 billion rupee per year. India deals with about 85 million tons of paddy fields each year and provides the food and other valuable products needed for the population. With the increasing production of rice, the demand for high quality for rice processing equipment is growing. More than 50% of the recent rice production is processed by modern rice mill plant, 40% from the traditional mill, and the remaining 10% is stamping by hand. Indians are getting more knowledge on modern rice processing steps day by day. Rice Bran Rice bran is used for treating diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, alcoholism, obesity, and AIDS; for preventing stomach and colon cancer; for preventing heart and blood vessel (cardiovascular) disease; for strengthening the immune system; for increasing energy and improving athletic performance; for improving liver function; and as an antioxidant. One hundred kilogram (100 kg) of paddy rice will generate approximately 5?10 kg of bran. Rice bran is a mixture of substances, including protein, fat, ash, and crude fiber. In many cases, bran contains tiny fractions of rice hull, which increases the ash content of bran. Bran composition is largely dependent on the milling process. In modern rice mills, several different kinds of bran are produced: coarse bran (from the first whitening step), fine bran (from second whitening step) and polish (from the polishing step). Polish consists of part of the endosperm and is often referred to as meal. The conventional use of rice bran is as ingredient for animal feeds, in particular ruminants and poultry. In recent years however, advances in stabilization techniques have been made which has led to new uses for bran and its derivatives, most notably bran oil for cooking and waxes for cosmetic products. In the developing countries, rice bran is underutilized due to a lack of suitable stabilization techniques. India rice bran oil market size was valued over USD 600 million in 2014 and is likely to be worth more than USD 600 million by 2016. India has 1.4 million tons of RBO production potential of which only around 900 kilo tons is only produced. SEA is working on plants to help existing mills to upgrade their production process. Only 300 kilo ton is used for direct consumption and rest is blended with different edibles and is sold in the market. SEA is expected to increase its direct consumption levels in the domestic market by promoting associated health benefits among consumers. The global rice bran oil market is segmented on the basis of end-user, application, and region. Based on end-user, global rice bran oil market is segmented as industry and direct consumer. Among which industry segment is estimated to account for relatively high-value share, however, consumer segment is expected to expand at a relatively high CAGR in global rice bran oil market, owing to increasing health conscious people across the globe. On the basis of application, the global rice bran oil market is segmented as food and beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and others, wherein food and beverages segment has significant revenue share, whereas, pharmaceuticals segment is expected to register significant CAGR, over the forecast period. The growth of the global rice bran oil market is driven by increasing health consciousness among consumers and growing demand for high nutrition and less fat containing food and beverages. The advantages of rice bran oil including antioxidant, low cholesterol, and hot flashes relief in menopause, is fueling the global rice bran oil market. Macroeconomic factors fueling the global rice bran oil market include growing economy, changing lifestyle, the rapid rate of urbanization, and increasing domestic income. However, less popularity of among rice bran oil people compared to other healthy edible oil is expected to restrain the demand for global rice bran oil market. Some of the factors trending the global rice bran oil market include mergers & acquisitions between rice bran oil market players and its suppliers and high investment in the food industry. Companies operate in the rice bran oil market can increase its share through collaboration with rice bran suppliers, backward integration, and offering organic and gluten-free products in the market. India Rice Milling Market: Rice Mill Plant Rice is an essential food for the population of India. India is a large market with a widening middle-income group and an increasing number of double-income households. It holds great potential for the packaged rice segment. With the growing rice milling market in India, there is seen an increase in the demand of the rice milling machineries across the country. In last few years there has been an increase in the number of foreign players in the rice milling market in the country. The reason lies in the supportive policies and regulations, which promote new rice mills and the government offers various facilities to the new entrants in the market. This has offered flourishing market for the rice milling machinery manufacturers, both the national and international ones. Furthermore the demographics of the country is such that rice is one of the most sort after food grain in the Indian agriculture. The monsoon and the terrain across the regions of North India, East India and South India supports the rice cultivation of various grades and qualities. However there are few factors such as lack of proper storage and warehousing facilities along with crop failure restraint the market growth. The India Rice Milling market is expected to reach market size of USD 392.6 million by 2022. It is expected to grow at 3.51% CAGR during the forecast period. Captive Power Captive Power refers to generation from a unit set up by industry for its exclusive consumption. The estimates on captive power capacity in the country vary with the Central Electricity Authority putting the figure at about 11600 MW while industry experts feel that it is much higher, close to 20000 MW. Captive power plants are a form of distributed generation, generating power close to the source of use. Distributed generation facilitates the high fuel efficiency along with minimising losses associated with the transmission of electricity from centralised power plants. Industrial sector is one of the largest consumers of electrical energy in India. However, a number of industries are now increasingly relying on their own generation (captive and cogeneration) rather than on grid supply, primarily for the following reasons: • Non-availability of adequate grid supply • Poor quality and reliability of grid supply • High tariff as a result of heavy cross- subsidization Benefits of captive power plants • Security of power supply through self-generation • Reduced costs through high fuel efficiency, particularly when in CHP configuration • Improved environmental performance resulting from fuel efficiency Captive Power refers to generation from a unit set up by industry majorly for its own consumption. It is a power plant set up by any person to generate electricity primarily for his own use and includes a power plant set up by any cooperative society or association of persons for generating electricity primarily for use of members of such cooperative society or association. Captive Power Generations have been growing at a fairly aggressive pace in India. Industrial sector is one of the largest consumers of electrical energy in India. It consumes about 45.9 percent of total electricity consumption in the country. The demand for electricity in India has been continuously growing with time. Thus, to sustain and excel in the dynamic global environment, it has become imperative for the industries to ensure uninterrupted power supply for performance optimization which has subsequently led to the growth in Captive Power Generations in India. Captive Power Generation market in India to grow at a CAGR of 4.5 percent over the period 2013-2018. 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Puffed Rice (Muri) Manufacturing Business

Puffed Rice (Muri) Manufacturing Business. Production of Puffed Food (Kurmura, Murmura, Muri). Rice Processing and Value Added Products Muri is to rice as popcorn is to corn. A traditional puffed rice called muri (sometimes spelled mouri) is made by heating rice in a sand-filled oven. Puffed rice also known as kurmura, murmura, muri in Hindi are very lightweight and crisp. As the same suggest puffed rice are made from rice, where the rice grains are expanded because of high-pressure heating. Rice grains are slow roasted with sand in huge iron kadai (wok) with lot of patience keeping the heat very slow so that the rice grains do not burn. Puffed rice has greater volume than regular rice but is less in calories which means that given equal sized servings puffed rice will have fewer calories than rice. Puffed rice is used to make bhelpuri and snacks and for other needs. Market Outlook The most common sight today would be Bhel puri - is a savoury snack originating from the Indian subcontinent, and is also a type of chaat. It is made of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce. Puffed rice is a popular low cost breakfast cereal and snack used worldwide because of its ready to eat (RTE), lighter and crispness characteristics. India produces annually 89 million tonnes of rice (second largest producer of rice in the world), but, only 10 percent of it is converted to different value added products such as puffed rice, popped rice or flaked rice. Puffed rice has got a highest demand both in national and international market. Quality factors such as uniform puffing, contamination free, good colour, crispness etc. are the major concern for export of puffed rice. However, the production of puffed rice in India is only limited to village levels. The puffing method traditionally followed in India is sand-roasting. The whole process of puffing is very tedious, time consuming and involves a large amount of skilled labour working in hot conditions. The Puffed Rice Market to grow at a substantial Compound Annual Growth Rate during the forecast period 2017-2022. With the increase in demand for muri, farmers are growing more rice to meet the demands. Puffing of food is done by using high temperature, pressure, or extrusion. In puffing process expansion of seed is carried out and at that period the vapor pressure escapes through the micropores of the grain structure due to high pressure or thermal gradient. There are different methods of puffing viz. dry heat, sand and salt treated, hot air popping, gun puffing, popping in hot oil, and microwave heating. A wide range of cereals and millets used for puffing such as rice, wheat, corn, sorghum, and ragi. Puffed food Puffed food has a primary role in human consumption. Consumer demand is increasing for puffed foods due to various health benefits such as weight loss. Therefore increasing the market share of puffed food market. Increasing demand for flavor food products is expected to increase the puffed food market over the forecast period. The growing puffed market attributed to the shift in consumer demand for various flavors and nutritious food. Increasing demand for healthy snack food in breakfast is fuelling the market for puffed food. The shift is now leading to growing demand for nutritious street food. Thus puffed food are expected to see higher market share related to its various health benefits. Puffed food market is also growing due to its innovations in packaging. Puffed food segmented by category type, application and region. By category, puffing comes in wheat, rice, corn, sorghum, and ragi. Puffed wheat is prepared by heating wheat grains under pressure and then rapidly releasing pressure when the superheated steam in the grain expands grain is puffed. It is a good source of copper, protein, and iron. Puffed rice used in breakfast cereal or snack foods served as popular street food. It is made by heating rice kernels under high pressure in the presence of steam. Puffed food is segmented by applications as Bakery Industry and Snacks Industry. In bakery it uses in in making puffed backed pancake, puffed baked potato and others. Puffed food market is further segmented by region such as Latin America, North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific. Latin America and North America possess significant potential, whereas Europe and other developing markets such as Asia-Pacific and MEA possess the growth opportunities for quinoa over the forecast period. There is a high consumption of puffed food in Asia-Pacific regions like India and China as growing young population prefers street food and snacks like cheese doodles. 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Fructose Syrup Production from Broken Rice

Fructose Syrup Production from Broken Rice. High Fructose Rice Syrup (HFS 90%) Manufacturing Business This is a natural sweetener produced by adding enzymes that convert the starch of rice into sugar. The Rice Fructose Syrup is widely used in beverages, fruit drinks, carbonated drinks, cakes, breads, jams, tinned fruits and dairy foods. Rice Fructose Syrup is a natural sweetener made from rice of Oryza Sativa (Asian Rice) origin, which is Allergen Free and Non GMO. Rice Fructose syrup can be made with either conventional rice or organic rice. Rice Fructose finds wide application in health foods and beverages, due to its inherent nature of being ‘Natural’, ‘Non GM’, ‘Allergen Free’, ‘Gluten Free’ ‘Organic’ and has ‘Low Glycemic Index’ (fewer calories). Being a plant source, Rice Fructose is suitable for ‘Vegan’ and ‘Vegetarian’ foods. Rice Fructose makes a great base for pollen-free table top sweeteners, such as pancake syrup, breakfast sweetener, honey substitute, etc. Rice Fructose is a good bulking agent for natural and blended sweeteners. Rice Fructose is a perfect healthy alternate to High Fructose Corn Syrup. Rice Fructose Syrup is very sweet with Fructose content ranging from 40-90%. As a substitute of sucrose, Rice Fructose syrup contains higher sweetness than sucrose and has wider applications. Commercially it is widely used in food, canned fruit, jam, dairy products, beverage, tobacco, cold drink, fruit juice, preserved fruit, wines, heath food, salad dressings, household seasonings and chemicals. High Fructose Rice Syrup can partially or totally replace sucrose in beverage production or food processing. Market Outlook The increasing use of rice syrup in developing an alternative ingredient for table sugar and sweeteners has fuelled its popularity among consumers in recent years. Growing demand for organic and natural sweeteners has been observed, owing to the increasing health consciousness among consumers and product developers. However, there are very few natural sweeteners available in the market right now. Due to this, it is expected that there will be launches of new products with natural ingredients, such as rice syrup, which is anticipated to drive the growth of the global rice syrup market during the forecast period. In Europe, rice syrup is the most preferred natural sweetener used in food processing industries. There has been rising demand for rice syrup from food service industries such as hotels, quick service restaurants, and cafes in recent years. As a natural sweetener, rice syrup plays an important role in providing sufficient sweetness to various foods such as pancakes, muffins, salads, chilled beverages, and others, making them delicious succulents. In the food service industry, rice syrups are also used for dressing and decorating these foods in order to attract consumers. On the basis of the regional outlook, organic rice syrup market is segmented into seven different regions: North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Japan, Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific excluding Japan. On analyzing the organic rice syrup market at the global level, North America followed by Europe is expected to have the significant growth owing to the growing health consciousness among consumers along with growing demand for organic food products. While Asia is expected to possess potential market for organic rice syrup attributed to the increasing population of people those who are concerned about their health and consumers finding an alternative to table sugar which is less harmful. Latin America and the Middle East and Africa are expected to have the considerable growth in the near future owing to increasing demand for nutritive sweetener as well as food additives in the region. 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Basmati Rice Mill

Basmati in the Indian subcontinent) is a variety of long, slender-grained aromatic rice which is traditionally from the Indian subcontinent. India exported 65% of the overseas basmati rice market, the Indian state-run Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority. However, many countries use domestically grown basmati rice crops. Basmati rice has a typical pandan-like (Pandanus amaryllifolius leaf) flavour caused by the aroma compound 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline. Basmati grains contain about 0.09 ppm of this aromatic chemical compound naturally, a level that is about 12 times more than non-basmati rice varieties, giving basmati its distinctive spicy fragrance and flavour. This natural aroma is also found in cheese, fruits and other cereals. It is a flavoring agent approved in the United States and Europe, and is used in bakery products for aroma. Basmati rice has been enjoying a premium position in the global marketplace, which has reflected greatly on the growth of the market for basmati rice across the world. The high demand for basmati rice in Asian countries, with it being the staple food of most of the people, residing in this continent, has been supporting the global basmati rice significantly. With inventory prices going down steadily, this market is likely to keep a high pace of growth over the next few years. Europe Basmati Rice Market was valued at $491 million in 2016 is expected to reach $615 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 3.2% from 2017 to 2023. Basmati is a long grain aromatic rice grown traditionally in the Indian subcontinent. This extra-long slender grain becomes twice its original size upon cooking, possessing soft and fluffy characteristics. Basmati rice is distinctive among other aromatic long grain varieties of rice, which possess superior aroma, delicious taste, and distinct flavor.
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Value Added Products of Broken Rice

Value Added Products of Broken Rice • Liquid Glucose from Broken Rice • Rice Flakes from Broken Rice (Used In Beer Industry) • Fructose Syrup from Broken Rice (HFS 90%) • Rice Starch • Rice Flour Rice is a staple food for more than half of the world population. Broken or ground rice refers to the fragments of rice grain obtained by milling. Broken rice is separated after the polishing phase and has the same chemical composition as white rice. As a food, it is basically energetic in nature, as its most important components are carbohydrates. The use of broken rice is common in animal fodder. It is often used in the manufacture of feed for very young animals (early weaning) and for pets. Broken rice is appealing, easy to use and high in calories. It is used for all types of livestock and is particularly suitable due to its rich caloric value and low fibre content. In the case of dogs and piglets, the rice is heat-treated, as this has a beneficial effect on bowel health and the consistency of the faeces, helping to reduce the severity of pathogenic enteric processes. It is also used in the brewing industry, where it is mixed with barley. It is also used in the production of arak (aniseed flavoured, distilled, colourless drink), and is a raw material for rice flour, used in baby food, breakfast cereals, rice wine, rice liqueur, sake, and prepackaged and canned foods. Value addition also enhances the profitability of rice production. A wide range of product development like processed and canned, ready-to-eat products, vitamin, iron or calcium enriched flaked or puffed rice, flavoured rice, starch extraction from broken rice and so on are nowadays getting popular. Value-added products from organic rice and therapeutic value medicinal rice varieties have good niche in domestic and export markets. By?products from the rice milling process have high amounts of nutrients when compared to white rice itself. Rice straw, rice hull, broken rice, rice germ, rice bran, rice bran oil and wax are the by?products from the rice industry. These by?products usually have basic applications in their original form, but now can be used as raw materials for different value?added research or in food applications with functional properties. Rice by?products not only contain various types of functional components, but also contain dietary fiber. The fiber can be mostly found in rice hull and the types of fiber present include cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin and hydrated silica. Because of the high fiber content in rice hull and rice bran, they are used as ingredients by the bakery industries to increase the fiber content and improve the nutrition of bakery products. Liquid Glucose Liquid Glucose is an aqueous solution of nutritive saccharide obtained by starch hydrolysis, by using Rice as raw material, which is purified and concentrated to required solids. It is usually odorless and clear yellow colored viscous liquid sweet syrup which is processed and stored under hygienic conditions. It has wide application and is particularly useful where high concentrations of invert sugars are required. It also has such advantages as anti-crystalline, a lower freezing point and high degree of sweetening power relative to sucrose. Features • Prevents crystallization • Improvise brightness & transparency • Reduce sweetness in candies • Enhanced crispiness & moistness • High viscosity • Shapes the frozen desserts Applications of Liquid Glucose • Sweetener: Liquid Glucose is an ideal additive for sweets, confectionary, biscuits, Ice creams, Jams, Jellies, preserves pastries & liquors due to its moderate sweetness & nutritive value. It also forms the base of artificial honey. • Pharmaceutical: It is a valuable ingredient of cough syrups and other vitamin based tonics. It is also used as a granulating agent, for tablet coatings. • Others: Tobacco, Leather, Shoe Polish, etc. Tobacco industry uses liquid glucose to impart flavor, texture & stability in chewing tobacco & cigarettes. In the leather industry, Liquid Glucose is used in the tanning process for pliability and to add body to the leather. In shoe polish, the addition of 5% - 10% Liquid Glucose prevents it from caking and helps give a quicker & better shine. Liquid glucose is also used as a raw material for gluconic acid, kojic acid and citric acid. Rice Flakes from Broken Rice (Used In Beer Industry) Rice flakes are tasty flakes that are created using rice grains. Rice Flakes, Maize Flakes and Millet Flakes are generally known as Brewery Adjuncts. These are used by breweries to enhance color, flavor & smoothness of beer. Rice flake or ‘Chiwra’ is a traditional food in India. Improvements have been made in the traditional method of making poha, resulting in more yield and less breakage. The unit operations involve cleaning, soaking, roasting, shelling, polishing, flaking, sieving and drying. The by-products are economically utilised. The husk is utilised as a fuel for heating the soak water and also in grain roaster. The bran is rich in oil (18-25%), stabilised and used for oil extraction. The broken flakes are used in making traditional food items. Fructose Syrup from Broken Rice (HFS 90%) High fructose rice syrup, with starch and broken rice as the raw materials, is a kind of mixed syrup with main ingredients of glucose and fructose formed through zymin liquidation, saccharification and isomerization reaction etc. Its sweet taste is close to sucrose, but stronger than sucrose in taste sensory sweetness. Compared with castor sugar, it has refresher mouth-feel; the sweet taste disappears faster as the temperature become lower. This is a natural sweetener produced by adding enzymes that convert the starch of rice into sugar. The Rice Fructose Syrup is widely used in beverages, fruit drinks, carbonated drinks, cakes, breads, jams, tinned fruits and dairy foods. Rice Fructose finds wide application in health foods and beverages, due to its inherent nature of being ‘Natural’, ‘Non GM’, ‘Allergen Free’, ‘Gluten Free’ ‘Organic’ and has ‘Low Glycemic Index’ (fewer calories). Being a plant source, Rice Fructose is suitable for ‘Vegan’ and ‘Vegetarian’ foods. Rice Fructose makes a great base for pollen-free table top sweeteners, such as pancake syrup, breakfast sweetener, oney substitute, etc. Rice Fructose is a good bulking agent for natural and blended sweeteners. Rice Fructose is a perfect healthy alternate to High Fructose Corn Syrup. Rice Starch Rice starch, largely used in laundry work, is normally prepared from broken white rice. Rice starch is a natural polymeric carbohydrate and the main component of rice. In its native form it is an insoluble white powder consisting of both amylose and amylopectin. Just like rice it can differ greatly in composition and structure. Rice starch has a very fine granularity with granules having about the same size as fat globules, making it a possible fat replacer. After heating with water it forms a gel with a smooth and creamy texture. Rice starch also has a neutral taste and clear white colour, assuring preservation of the authentic taste and colour of your food product. Main Advantages of Rice Starch: • Neutral taste • White colour • transparent gel • Soft creamy texture, possible fat replacer • GMO-, gluten- and allergen free • Great digestibility Rice Starch Applications Rice starch can be used in a large number of applications, including • baby foods and organic infant meals • ready-to-eat meals • soups & sauces • cereals and cereal bars • confectionery coatings • organic food products Rice Flour Rice flour is made from finely milled rice. Rice flour is nutritious and is extensively used to make fresh rice noodles and sweets. It is also used to in various other applications, including to thicken coconut milk to reach a smooth and creamy consistency. Rice flour is obtained from either brown rice or white rice. Rice flour has become increasingly popular as a raw material for extrusion cooking in the food industry. Rice flour is a type of flour which is made from milled rice. It is considered as a decent substitute for wheat flour, which often hampers the functioning of digestive system. Key property of rice flour is that it restricts liquid separation therefore it is used a thickening agent for recipes to be kept in refrigerator. Market Outlook Liquid Glucose from Broken Rice Food & beverages was the largest market for glucose over the past few years and the trend is anticipated to continue over the forecast period on account of growing demand for bakery goods and confectioneries. Increasing demand of energy drinks which contains a significant amount of glucose on account of maintaining a healthy lifestyle also has been the reason for this rapid growth rate in the food & beverage sector. However, non-food uses of glucose including pharmaceutical, cosmetics and paper-making is likely to witness fastest growth over the next seven years owing to the expansion of these end-use industries. Global glucose market is expected to witness a rapid increase in demand due to the rise in consumption of glucose syrup over the forecast period. Glucose syrup accounts for a majority share in the global starch derivatives market owing to its wide range use in the manufacture of candy products and is poised to grow at a very intense rate by the end of 2020. Some other derivatives of glucose include maltodextrin, hydolysates and cyclodextrin. Glucose is primarily used along with sugar as it exhibits complimentary characteristics to natural sugar such as preventing sugar from crystallizing, reducing stickiness of sugar and retention of extra moisture. Glucose is extensively used as an additive in pharmaceuticals and nutrition foods owing to its high energy content. Over the past few years, there has been an increasing use of glucose in the form of tablets or medicine for patients having low blood sugar. Growth of the pharmaceutical industry is expected to augment demand for glucose over the forecast period. Rice Flakes from Broken Rice (Used in Beer Industry) The Rice Flakes market is segmented into meat, poultry and seafood, bakery & confectionary, alcoholic – beverages, dairy, tobacco products, non-alcoholic – beverages, frozen and fruit & veg, syrup, seasoning, oils, & general food, grain products, and pet food. Among these segments, the meat, poultry and seafood market accounts for the largest share in the global Rice Flakes market. Fructose Syrup from Broken Rice (HFS 90%) The global rice syrup market is projected to register a CAGR of 3.8% in terms of value during the period of forecast, due to various factors influencing the market. The increasing use of rice syrup in developing an alternative ingredient for table sugar and sweeteners has fuelled its popularity among consumers in recent years. Growing demand for organic and natural sweeteners has been observed, owing to the increasing health consciousness among consumers and product developers. However, there are very few natural sweeteners available in the market right now. Due to this, it is expected that there will be launches of new products with natural ingredients, such as rice syrup, which is anticipated to drive the growth of the global rice syrup market during the forecast period. In Europe, rice syrup is the most preferred natural sweetener used in food processing industries. There has been rising demand for rice syrup from food service industries such as hotels, quick service restaurants, and cafes in recent years. As a natural sweetener, rice syrup plays an important role in providing sufficient sweetness to various foods such as pancakes, muffins, salads, chilled beverages, and others, making them delicious succulents. In the food service industry, rice syrups are also used for dressing and decorating these foods in order to attract consumers. With an increase in agriculture across the globe, natural ingredient cultivation has been witnessing a surge. Along with the increasing production of rice for staple consumption, brown rice, as a natural ingredient, has witnessed great demand for its industrial processing as a sweetener. This is primarily attributed to the increased awareness about the benefits of crops such as brown rice in recent years. Rice Starch The global rice starch market has gained lucrative growth with the increasing demand for processed food. The growing urbanization has its direct influence on the rice starch market to flourish. This market had the valuation of US$176 mn in 2018, and it is expected to reach US$252 mn by 2024, at a robust CAGR of 5.68% between 2018 and 2026. The market is driven by various end-user industries from food to cosmetics and so on. The global rice starch market is segmented by type and application. In terms of type, the market is segmented into food-grade rice starch and industry grade rice starch. Where the food grade rice starch is exclusively produced for the food and beverage business; industry grade rice starch is mostly used for pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and other industrial use. In terms of application, the market is segmented into the food industry, cosmetic and personal care industry, pharmaceutical industry, and others. Geographically, the global rice starch market is segmented as North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa. Asia Pacific has come up as the most dominant region in global rice starch market, where China and India are being the most prominent countries with high demand. The market is also being lucrative in Europe and North America, where the usage of processed food, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical products are very high. Rice Flour Global Rice Flour Market is valued over US$ 727 million in 2018 and will register a CAGR of 4.57% during the forecast period. Rising health concerns among people and the increasing need for a gluten-free diet are facilitating the growth of flour market. Excess gluten concentration in food can pose a serious threat to human health and may lead to anemia, osteoporosis, intestinal damage, and infertility in the long run. Naturally gluten-free property of rice is likely to favor higher adoption of rice flour in near future. People in North America and Europe have been among the first consumers of pre-gelatinized or gluten-free flour over other flours due to rising health responsiveness. While the global sales of rice flour reached a value worth US$ 712.9 Mn in 2017, the market is expected to thrive at a moderate CAGR of 4.4% over the forecast period, attaining a value of US$ 1,003.1 Mn by the end of 2025. A key factor driving the growth of the market is increasing awareness about gluten-free products. The increasing awareness about celiac disease due to consumption of grains such as wheat, rye, and barley has increased the demand for non-gluten or gluten free products. As rice flour is gluten free, there has been a significant rise in its demand. Gluten is a general name for the protein found in grains including wheat, barley, rye, spelt, and other grains. Some people’s digestive systems are known to be intolerant to gluten. If left undiagnosed, it can lead to Celiac disease, which is a severe form of gluten intolerance. People, therefore, have started avoiding foods containing gluten, leading to a perceptible growth of the gluten-free food market. This trend is favorable for the growth prospects of the global rice flour market. By source, global rice flour market is bifurcated into white rice and brown rice where white rice is leads the segment in terms of revenue however, brown rice is anticipated to witness significant adoption in the upcoming years. On basis of type, the same market is segmented into long grain, medium & short grain and pre gelatinized among which medium & short grain segment is estimated to contribute to a larger share of the market. By origin, the market is bifurcated into organic and conventional, out of which conventional method is anticipated to witness rapid growth. On basis of application, the market is segmented into bakery & confectionary, breakfast solutions and baby food among which breakfast solutions is anticipated to hold larger market share. 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