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Tobacco, Pan Masala, Khaini, Gutkha, Supari, Zarda, Mouth Freshener, Kimam, cigarettes, zafrani Patti, Smokeless Chewing Tobacco, Zarda Tobacco, Flavoured Chewing Tobacco Projects

Tobacco is a principal cash crop of National importance. It has been playing a prominent role in the development of Nation's Economy. India ranks 4th in the total tobacco consumption in the world.  Chewing tobacco has been a tradition in India for centuries. Of the total amount of tobacco produced in the country, around 48% is in the form of chewing tobacco, 38% as bidis, and only 14% as cigarettes. Thus, bidis, snuff and chewing tobacco (such as gutka, khaini and zarda) form the bulk (86%) of India’s total tobacco production. In the rest of the world, production of cigarettes is 90% of total production of tobacco related products.Tobaccois an agricultural product processed from the leaves of plants in the genus Nicotiana. It can be consumed, used as an organic pesticide and, in the form of nicotine tartrate; it is used in some medicines. In consumption it most commonly appears in the forms of smoking, chewing, snuffing, or dipping tobacco, or snus. In the chewing segment, the panmasala is a favourite at Indian homes. It is a mixture of nuts, seeds, herbs, and spices which is served after meals in India. Various versions of pan masala are also served in the Middle East and parts of Southeast Asia, where they are treated as mouth fresheners. The tradition of chewing breath fresheners after meals is ancient, and it has a very long history in India in particular. In eras before regular dental hygiene, things like pan masala helped to keep the breath fresh and to support dental health. Some pan masala mixtures even have herbs and spices with antibacterial properties which benefit oral health, and pan masala also sometimes includes stimulant herbs to give people energy after eating. The Indian markets are flooded with a lot of varieties for consumption.

In India, the second most important tobacco consumer, smoking of conventional cigarettes accounts for only 25 percent. Most people consume tobacco in the form of non-cigarette items such as hand-rolled bidis, chewing etc. Total demand for tobacco in India is likely to continue to increase, but more slowly than in the previous decades. About 100 countries produce tobacco. The major producers are China, India, Brazil, the US, Turkey, Zimbabwe and Malawi, which together produces over 80 percent of the world's tobacco. China alone accounts for over 35 percent of world production. World tobacco production is projected to reach over 7.1 million tonnes of tobacco leaf in the year 2010, up from 5.9 million tonnes in 1997/99. This is lower than the record tobacco production of 1992 of 7.5 million tonnes.

World tobacco demand is expected to increase until the year 2010 due to population and income growth, but at lower rates than in the past, according to a new study published by FAO.

Tobacco is a large employer, but it also comes at a health cost.  Tobacco is traditional item of India's foreign trade. India is one of the leading Tobacco exporting countries in the world. India accounts for around 5.8% of the international trade and ranks 5th after Brazil, U.S.A. Turkey and Zimbabwe. The principal market for India Tobacco is U.S.S.R, U.K, Japan and Middle East countries. 

In India, three major players dominate the market, primarily ITC with 72% market share, Godfrey Phillips with 12% and VST with 8% share of the market.

Tobacco consumption, especially in developing countries, is likely to increase because of the expanding global population and trade liberalization. There is no point in reducing production and consumption of tobacco without considering alternatives for tobacco farmers. Of course, experts expect a substantial reduction in tobacco consumption in the next fifty years or so. Around 93 percent of India’s six million tobacco farmers are small growers.

Chewing-tobacco products such as pan masala and gutkha are typical home-grown items which are unique to India and have a special set of requirements, none of which can be touched by foreign companies.

Now days pan masala has very good market demand due to customer's habit. There is a very good scope for pan masala. Basically pan masala is a substitute of tobacco products. Users of tobacco products largely converted to use Pan Masala.

The major players in India for pan masala are Dharampal Satyapal Ltd, which constitute a major share of 65% in the market, Kothari Products Ltd, with a market share of more than 11%. The other players such as Dharampal Premchand Ltd, Jagat Industries Ltd, Raghunath International Ltd, contribute the rest of the market shares.

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Pan Masala

Pan Masala is a balanced mixture of betel leaf with lime, areca nut, clove, cardamom, mint, tobacco, essence and other ingredients. It is an agricultural product with herbal properties, also available in hygienic pack and pouches. The ingredients in pan masala vary widely, depending on personal taste and region. the paan masala is consumed by all age groups and social classes. Most people across the world eat some mouth freshener after their meal or during leisure time. Meetha Pan Masala is an Indian sweet made with betelnuts, dry date, anise seed, cardamoms, saccharine menthol and artificial flavors. Indians are so addicted to flavoured tobacco — pan masala and gutkha to be precise — that despite the ban on its manufacture and sale in 11 states so far, consumers are still getting hold of their daily fix, courtesy contraband sales. Factors like its immense popularity, constantly increasing disposable incomes, convenient packaging, aggressive advertising campaigns by manufacturers and the large-scale switching of consumers from tobacco products to pan masala are currently encouraging the growth of pan masala market. According to IMARC group, the pan masala market has reached values worth around INR 35,459 Crores in 2016 growing at a CAGR of 16.5% during 2009-2018. We actively encourage a culture of innovation, which facilitates the development of new technologies and ensure a high quality product. Few Indian major players are as under • Alliance One Inds. India Pvt. Ltd. • Ashok & Company Pan Bahar Ltd. • Baba Global Ltd. • Dharampal Premchand Ltd. • Dharampal Satyapal Ltd. • Dhariwal Industries Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: Sada Pan Masala: 165 Kgs/Day Meetha Pan Masala: 165 Kgs/Day Zarda Pan Masala : 170 Kgs/DayPlant & machinery: 12 lakhs
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Return: 27.00%Break even: 54.00%
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Betel Nut (Supari) Processing

Areca nut is the nut of areca palm. Biological name of areca nut palm is Areca catechu and it is a member of the family arecaceae or palmal. It is also called betel nut, as it is usually chewed with betel leaf and lime. Betel nut is a seed of the Areca catechu, a type of palm tree. It's commonly chewed after being ground up or sliced and wrapped in leaves of the Piper betel vine that have been coated with lime. This is known as a betel quid. Tobacco or flavorful spices may also be added. The dust and ‘Chogaru’ are traditionally used as a masticatory and for tanning leather. The tannins of arecanut tan leather satisfactorily except for the colour. India is the highest producer of areca nut with a production of around 3.3 lakh tones and a total acreage under cultivation of 2.64 lakh hectares, with Karnataka and Kerala accounting for nearly 72 per cent of the total production. Over six million people are engaged in areca nut cultivation, processing and trade. More than 85 per cent of the area under cultivation is made up of small and marginal holdings. Among the two varieties white nuts have a share of 60 per cent. India is also the largest consumer with around 3.2 lakh tonnes. As a whole you can invest in this project without risk and earn profit.
Plant capacity: Supari: 500 Kgs. /Day Tannin: 33 Kgs. /Day Brushes/Rope: 250 Kgs. /Day Pan Masala: 500 Kgs. /DayPlant & machinery: Rs 42 lakhs
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Return: 27.00%Break even: 58.00%
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Pan Masala

Pan Masala is a balanced mixture of betel leaf with lime, areca nut, clove, cardamom, mint, tobacco, essence and other ingredients. It is an agricultural product with herbal properties, also available in hygienic pack and pouches. The ingredients in pan masala vary widely, depending on personal taste and region. Fennel seeds are often key ingredients, since they tend to leave the mouth with a fresh feeling, and it is also possible to find cinnamon, cardamom, lime, menthol, areca nuts, betel nuts, and various other ingredients. India tops the list of smokeless tobacco users in the world with nearly 83 per cent consumers. Indians are so addicted to flavoured tobacco — pan masala and gutkha to be precise — that despite the ban on its manufacture and sale in 11 states so far, consumers are still getting hold of their daily fix, courtesy contraband sales. Popular pan masala brand Rajnigandha, produced by Dharampal Satyapal (DS) Group, has 65 per cent market share. Dharampal Satyapal, with sales of Rs 1,600 crore, is headquartered in Noida. This facilitates the development of new technologies and ensures a high quality product. Few Indian major players are as under • Alliance One Inds. India Pvt. Ltd. • Ashok & Company Pan Bahar Ltd. • Baba Global Ltd. • Dharampal Premchand Ltd. • Dharampal Satyapal Ltd. • Dhariwal Industries Pvt. Ltd. • Gogeneni Tobaccos Ltd.
Plant capacity: Sada Pan Masala : 165 Kgs /Day Meetha Pan Masala: 165 Kgs /Day Zarda Pan Masala: 170 Kgs /DayPlant & machinery: Rs 12 lakhs
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Return: 27.00%Break even: 54.00%
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Nicotine Gum

Nicotine gum is a type of chewing gum that delivers nicotine to the body. It is used as an aid in nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), a process for smoking cessation and quitting smokeless tobacco. The nicotine is delivered to the bloodstream via absorption by the tissues of the mouth. The mechanism in Nicotine gums involves the release of nicotine which is absorbed by the body and binds with the nicotine receptors, reducing nicotine craving and withdrawal symptoms associated with smoking cessation. Despite high benefits, there are side-effects that include an increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, oral irritation, dental pain, hiccups, heartburn, nausea and indigestion, which has limited the nicotine gum potential demand. The Global Market for Nicotine Gum has witnessed continued demand during the last few years and is projected to reach USD 5,986 Million by 2022, at a CAGR of 3.01%. Rise in demand for Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) and its products, will drive the demand higher for nicotine gum in the decade. Increase in health awareness and higher availability of nicotine gum globally will support the market growth in the coming years. The nicotine gum market, based on type, is segmented into 2 mg, 4 mg, and 6 mg dosage forms. The 2 mg segment dominated with a market share of more than 50% and is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 3.35% during the forecast period. The global nicotine gum market is at the maturity stage of its life cycle. To tap the consumer market, various flavors of nicotine gums including lemon, cinnamon, fruit, mint and others, have been introduced. The unique features of the product including rapid alleviation of nicotine withdrawal symptoms, capability of protecting oral mucosa, fluid-engendering, and throat-moistening have contributed to the innovation in the nicotine gum market. The prime objective of innovation in the nicotine gum products and processes are that of achieving reductions in cigarette consumption by offering various product forms, flavors, and packaging styles.
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Small Business Ideas & Project Opportunities in Manufacturing of Pan Masala, Tobacco, Zarda and Kimam

Small Business Ideas & Project Opportunities in Manufacturing of Pan Masala, Tobacco, Zarda and Kimam. Profitable Small Business Ideas in India Pan Masala is a balanced mixture of areca nuts (also known as supari), catechu, cardamom, lime, flavouring agents and some natural perfuming materials. It is widely used to remove the bad odour of the mouth by providing a fresh breath and comes in attractive user-friendly packets and containers. Despite its growing demand in rural areas, pan masala is gaining prominence in urban areas of India. 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. Factors like its immense popularity, constantly increasing disposable incomes, convenient packaging, aggressive advertising campaigns by manufacturers and the large-scale switching of consumers from tobacco products to pan masala are currently encouraging the growth of pan masala market. 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. Among the various types of pan masala available in the Indian market, pan masala containing tobacco represents the dominating type accounting for more than 50% of the entire market. Pan Masala containing tobacco is followed by plain pan masala and flavoured pan masala. The Indian exports of pan masala are dominated by UAE accounting for around one-third of the total export values. UAE is followed by USA, Singapore, Afghanistan, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia. Factors like its immense popularity, constantly increasing disposable incomes, convenient packaging, aggressive advertising campaigns by manufacturers and the large-scale switching of consumers from tobacco products to pan masala are currently encouraging the growth of pan masala market. Tobacco is a plant grown for its leaves, which are dried and fermented before being put in tobacco products. Tobacco contains nicotine; an ingredient that can lead to addiction. Tobacco contains the alkaloid nicotine, which is a stimulant, and harmala alkaloids. Tobacco is one of the most economically significant agricultural crops in the world. It is a drought tolerant, hardy and short duration crop which can be grown on soils where other crops cannot be cultivated profitably. In India, Tobacco crop is grown in an area of 0.45 M ha (0.27% of the net cultivated area) producing ~ 750 M kg of tobacco leaf. A large proportion of Indian economy is agro based in which Tobacco is one of the principal cash crops. The tobacco production and its allied products’ sales in the country have played a prominent role in the development of nation’s economy. India is the ~ largest tobacco market in the world in terms of tobacco consumption. The smokeless tobacco has historically been served as a tradition in India for many decades. Presently, the smokeless tobacco is the largest tobacco product category in India. On account of the fact the majority of the Indian tobacco consuming population consumes beedis, snuff and smokeless tobacco, including gutka, khaini and zarda, the tobacco market is majorly held by chewing and beedi tobacco products. Unlike other countries such as the US, UK and others where the production of cigarettes accounted for more than ~% of total production of tobacco related products, in India, the tobacco market is majorly controlled by the production of snuffs, guthka and others. Tobacco and tobacco products generate around US$ 3.1 billion in revenues to the national exchequer by way of excise duty, and around US$ 768.69million by way of foreign exchange every year. Indian tobacco is exported to about 100 countries. India exports unmanufactured tobacco primarily to Western Europe, South and Southeast Asia, East Europe and Africa. Western Europe is the key market for Indian tobacco exports. The tobacco market is expected to witness growth, with a range of tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, kreteks, dissolvable tobacco, pipe, hookah-cigarettes etc. Presently, the drivers to this market are increase in consumer disposable income, improved new product development and innovation, and availability of premium products. The U.S. tobacco market size was USD 100.3 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow further over the forecast period. Increasing consumer disposable income and the availability of superior products such as customized e-cigarettes and pipes are driving the market growth. Additionally, increasing consumption of tobacco products by the youth and female population has further elevated the demand for these products. Zarda – a moist or dry chewing tobacco mixed with a variety of colourings, spice essences, and perfumes. Zarda is prepared by cutting tobacco leaves into small pieces and boiling them in water with slaked lime and spices until the water evaporates. It is then dried, and colouring and flavouring agents are added. Zarda may be chewed by itself, with areca nut or in betel quid quid. It is available in small packets or tins. In India it is used in two forms pilapatti and kalipatti. Kimam' or 'Qiwam' as it is said is a liquid tobbaco mixture consumed with 'Paan'. Kimam (Qiwam) is made after adding tobacco with a lot of spices and some imported essences. Only experts can make it and there are only a few in India who know to make it. It is for taste and its smell is quite strong. Kimam is a thick tobacco paste, it is also available as granules or pellets. To prepare kimam, the midribs and veins of tobacco leaves are removed, and the remaining matter is boiled in water. Powdered spices (saffron, cardamom, aniseed and musk) are added, and the mixture is stirred and allowed to macerate until it becomes a paste, from which granules and pellets are made. It is used in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. Smokeless tobaccos are a group of tobaccos that are formally meant for consumption purposes apart from smoking. Several types of tobacco are used to sniff, chew, held in the mouth, or even applied on the skin. Research shows that quitting smokeless tobacco can be as difficult as quitting smoking tobacco. While less consumed than smoking tobacco, it is still a very widely used and sold commodity in the world. Both are known to be interrelated among consumers, as those who smoke cigarettes are more likely to take up smokeless tobacco and vice versa. Statistics also point to males consuming more smokeless tobacco than females. The smokeless tobacco market is anticipated to grow due to growing smoking bans and awareness associated with cigarette consumption. The product choices are expected to evolve based on ease of use, cost and regulatory sights. Therefore, the smokeless tobacco market estimation and forecast has been initiated with an exhaustive set of assumptions, following which market size information for both key geographical areas and key products has been provided. 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Investment Opportunities in Production of Caffeine

Investment Opportunities in Production of Caffeine. Extraction of Caffeine from used Tea Leaves. Tea Waste Management Caffeine in pharmaceuticals is considered as a drug that acts as a stimulant for the central nervous system (CNS). It is one of the most widely used drug in the world and is known for containing psychoactive substances. It is a bitter substance containing white crystalline like purine, mostly methylxanthine alkaloid. They are found in seeds, nuts or even leaves of few plants that are said to be native of South America or East Asia. Usually, the main source of caffeine is said to be coffee beans. The main usage of caffeine is to prevent the consumer from drowsiness and improve their performance. Caffeine is found in many beverages like coffee, tea, cola among others and is heavily consumed by most adults globally. Consumption of 400grams of caffeine is safe for an adult but its consumption by adolescents must be limited to prevent from future illness. Caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive drug that acts as a stimulant for the central nervous system (CNS). Caffeine is a naturally-occurring component present in coffee beans, cocoa beans, guarana, and tea leaves. Caffeine is a white crystalline purine, mostly a methylxanthine alkaloid, with bitter taste. The consumption of caffeine in adequate amounts improves the reaction time, alertness, concentration, and lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Moreover, it helps in protecting against various types of cancer, including liver, colon, and colorectal cancers. Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance compound observed in plant constituents such as cocoa beans and expresso, the kola nut, guarana berries, tea leaves and includes a long history of human utilization. Caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive drug which acts as a stimulant for the central nervous system. It is a white crystalline purine, very often a methylxanthine alkaloid consisting of bitter taste. Caffeine has a wide application range, right from food and beverage to pharmaceutical to flavor and fragrance. Caffeine is beneficial in burning fats, improves drastically physical performance, fights depression and fatigue and also protects from many diseases. The consumption of caffeine in adequate amounts improves the reaction time, alertness, concentration, and lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Moreover, it helps in protecting against various types of cancer, including liver, colon, and colorectal cancers. Process of extraction of Caffeine from tea waste Caffeine also comes from tea leaves and other tea wastes. The isolation of caffeine from tea leaves is a difficult task and presents the chemist with a major problem. Caffeine does not occur alone in tea leaves, but is accompanied by other natural substances like cellulose, tannins, flavonoid pigments and chlorophyll from which it must be separated. This separation can be very costly due to involvement of many chemicals and sophisticated laboratory is needed. Apart from this caffeine can also be recovered from the waste tea or from the residue left behind after the preparation of the tea. Tea Waste Tea waste can be used at broad level to recover the residual caffeine. For this purpose firstly the source from where the tea waste is generated has to be identified. Regarding this tea waste generated from various tea processing industries has to be collected and brought to the extraction plant for extraction of caffeine. The extraction of caffeine is known to be a multi-stage counter-current extraction technique. The extraction plant is broadly sub-divided into three sections, namely: • Pre-treatment section. • Extraction section. • Post-treatment section. Extraction of caffeine from tea waste is a three stage process which are described one by one below: 1. Pre Treatment Section The very first step of extraction is called pre-treatment. For this purpose, in the pre-treatment section, tea waste, lime and water are mixed. The mixing ratio of these three ingredients is pre-fixed and always kept constant. After mixing them in the predefined ratio, the mixture prepared is then cooked at elevated temperature in a mixing device called cooker-cum-mixer. The purpose of the pre-treatment is that by cooking the tissues of the tea waste gets loosen which helps in the efficient extraction of caffeine in the extractor. This is the main reason why pre-treatment is done. 2. Extraction Section In this section, a suitable solvent is used to extract caffeine tea waste. In this process, the solvent is recovered subsequently and recycled back to the system. The addition of the solvent leads to the generation of crude caffeine. Complete operation in this section is carried out in a continuous mode other than batch operation. A continuous feed of waste is given to the reactor to maintain the continuity of the reactor system. Inside the extractor, the waste comes in contact with the solvent in counter-current way which leads to the extraction of caffeine in stage-wise manner. Caffeine is recovered from the miscella, a mixture of lime tea waste and water which is stored in the balancing tank in the form of crude caffeine. During this storage all the solvent is removed from the crude caffeine. The removal of solvent from crude caffeine occurs by a solvent recovery method called evaporation. The solvent recovered in this process is recycled back to the extractor. Before it is recycled back to the extractor it is separated from water in solvent-water separator. Crude caffeine is then subjected to the post-treatment which gives pure caffeine. The residual decaffeinated tea waste from the extractor moves to the desolventizer where the entrapped solvent in the tea waste is removed by heating. Solvent recovered through this process is recycled back to the system extractor. 3. Post Treatment In the last step, crude caffeine obtained from extraction section which is kept in the storage tank is processed further in order to obtain the final purified caffeine. Here, in this section, crude caffeine is firstly made to dissolve in hot water to separate it from wax. After that, the remaining coloured solution which contains caffeine is treated with activated charcoal and filtered. The activated charcoal being capable of absorbing all impurities absorbs all the impurities and color. The decolorized caffeine solution left behind is then concentrated by means of evaporation and allowed to crystallize. Caffeine crystals are then separated from mother liquor by centrifuging. By centrifuge the small crystals of caffeine tends to agglomerate and thus caffeine is obtained. The caffeine thus obtained is dried further in a drier and pulverized to convert it into powder form before its packing. The global caffeine market is segmented based on type, application, and geography. Based on type, the market is categorized into synthesized caffeine and natural caffeine. Based on application, the market is segmented into food, beverage, pharmaceutical, flavor & fragrance, and others. The report analyzes the market trends in different regions such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. The global caffeine market is driven by the benefits associated with the intake of caffeine such as enhanced performance, improved concentration, and reduced risk of cancer, and cardiovascular disease. Increased awareness of health fitness has led surge in consumption of sports drinks, which have higher concentrations of caffeine, for use as a performance enhancer. However, government regulations to monitor the quantity of caffeine in food products and beverages could hamper the market growth. The caffeine market is segmented by product and by application. On the basis of product segment the caffeine market can be further divided into synthesis caffeine and natural caffeine. The natural caffeine is recently given much importance due to its presence in the coffee beans, tea and other such related products. Moreover, the synthesis caffeine contains raw materials like chloroacetic or cyanide acid. Furthermore, on the basis of applications the caffeine market can be segmented into food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, flavor and fragrance and others. Food and beverages is the highest growing sector in the caffeine market and is expected to grow during the forecast period. Application in pharmaceuticals and flavors considers a moderate growth and dignified research and development is taking place to boost the segment. 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Mouth Freshener (Sounf, Supari, Elaichi Flavoured & Coloured in Pouch)

Mouth fresheners are available in different forms in market. When you are in India, you will see people chewing “pan or paan” after meal. Or you might also see roasted seeds in restadurants kept in a bowl. While stepping out after heavy meal or snacks you will take a teaspoon of these roasted seeds and put in your mouth. Within an hour of eating these mouth fresheners you will start feeling better. They get rid of bad breath, heaviness in the system and helps in digestion.
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Start a Betel Nut (Supari) Processing Business

Start a Betel Nut (Supari) Processing Business. Profitable Arecanut (Betelnut) Processing Industry 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. Areca nut is widely used mainly in the Asian and South East Asian population. It is normal that after having food in India people use areca nut along with the betel leaves as a digester in small quantities. Uses & Application Supari 1. It can be used as one of the ingredients in the domestic life for the preparation of pan. 2. It is one of the most important ingredients in the manufacturing of Pan Masala. 3. It can be used in the preparation of scented supari as well as coated supari. Tannin 1. It can be used for the preparation of dye fixing agent. 2. It can be used in the manufacturing of ink. Rope or Brushes 1. Rope can be used for spinning. 2. Brushes can be used for painting. Pan Masala 1. It can be used for relaxing food ingredients. It may make users fresh impetus. 2. It may change the taste of human. It may create temporarily enjoyment and energy. Betel nut's medical use is limited, and long-term negative reactions to betel quid chewing are well known. A decrease in positive symptoms among men with schizophrenia was attributed to betel nut consumption. India is the major producer and consumer of arecanut in the world. Production is concentrated in six states, namely Karnataka, Kerala, Assam, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Arecanut 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 arecanut prices worldwide. The processing methods, maturity and consumer preferences influence the types of arecanut 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. Globally it is primarily grown in India, Bangladesh, China, Indonesia and Myanmar. India leads the production followed by China and Bangladesh. India is the highest producer of arecanut with a production of around 3.3 lakh tonnes and a total acreage under cultivation of 2.64 lakh hectares, with Karnataka and Kerala accounting for nearly 72 per cent of the total production. Over six million people are engaged in arecanut cultivation, processing and trade. More than 85 per cent of the area under cultivation is made up of small and marginal holdings. Among the two varieties white nuts have a share of 60 per cent. India is also the largest consumer with around 3.2 lakh tonnes. Areca nut is majorly influenced by weather conditions in the production area, government policies, the growth of consumer industries, government policies for consumer industries and a few others. The regular consumption of areca nut causes severe diseases such as throat cancer and mouth cancer. Due to a significant number of people affected by the consumption of areca nut, the Indian and several governments have posed various regulations over the areca nut production and consumer industries. This fact has restrained the market for areca nut. Also, the increasing awareness among people regarding healthy life style and severe effects of areca nut have resulted into a barrier for areca nut market. As the pre-bearing age of the palm trees is between 5 to 8 years, and only 5% of them result into seed set, the cultivation of areca nut consumes a lot of time. The time required for cultivation of areca nut and required environmental conditions such as minimum 70% humidity restrains the market at the supplier end. The demand for areca nut and its products has been increasing steadily in India. 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Pan Masala, Tobacco, Zarda and Kimam

Pan Masala is a balanced mixture of betel leaf with lime, areca nut, clove, cardamom, mint, tobacco, essence and other ingredients. It is an agricultural product with herbal properties, also available in hygienic pack and pouches. The ingredients in pan masala vary widely, depending on personal taste and region. Fennel seeds are often key ingredients, since they tend to leave the mouth with a fresh feeling, and it is also possible to find cinnamon, cardamom, lime, menthol, areca nuts, betel nuts, and various other ingredients. The overall tobacco market is expected to grow at a CAGR of ~% from FY’ 2013-2018 and will reach USD 35 billion by 2018. The tobacco market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% over FY 2016 to FY 2020. Smoke less tobacco market India accounted proportion of 71% in the year 2017 and the trend is expected to continue throughout the forecast period of 2017-2023. Which facilitates the development of new technologies and ensure a high quality product. Few Indian major players are as under • A T C Ltd. • Alliance One Inds. India Pvt. Ltd. • Ashok & Company Pan Bahar Ltd. • B S Patel Bidi Pvt. Ltd. • Baba Global Ltd. • Baghban Packers Pvt. Ltd. • Bharath Beedi Works Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: Sada Pan Masala (5 gms Pouches & 100 gms Tin Pack): 100 Kgs/Day Meetha Pan Masala (5 gms Pouches & 100 gms Tin Pack): 100 Kgs/Day Zarda Pan Masala (5 gms Pouches & 100 gms Tin Pack): 100 Kgs/Day Tobacco (Khaini) (5 gms Pouches Pack) : 100 Kgs/Plant & machinery: 13 lakhs
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Return: 32.00%Break even: 76.00%
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Readymade Khaini (Geeli)

Khaini chewing, a form of smokeless tobacco is viewed to be relatively harmless by the rural folk. Khaini is tobacco with slaked lime. The negative consequences of stress as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and reduced human performances are well studied. Stress is known to change the balance existing between the sympathetic and the parasympathetic divisions of the autonomic nervous system. Khaini chewers are likely to suffer from mental and physical exhaustion, leading to stress. The data revealed that khaini consumption in Maharashtra increased to 15.5% in 2016-2017 from 14.5% in 2009-2010. Similarly, consumption of gutkha increased from 8.3% to 8.6%.smokeless tobacco products is higher among women as compared to men. For example, the consumption of betel quid with tobacco is 3.8% in women as compared to 3.6% in men. Similarly, tobacco for oral application is 8.2% among females, compared to 1.9% in males. The consumption of snuff in women is 1.3% compared to 0.4% in men.As a whole there is a good scope for new entrepreneur to invest in this business. Few Indian major players are as under • Baba Global Ltd. • DharampalPremchand Ltd. • PrabhatZarda Factory India Pvt. Ltd. • Unicorn Packers Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: Geeli Readymade Khaini (Packed in 15 gms& 30 gms Size): 1 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs13 lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : Rs123 lakhs
Return: 72.00%Break even: 27.00%
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