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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 Khaini, Gutka, Supari

Pan Masala refers to a balanced mixture of betel leaf with lime, areca nut, clove, cardamom, mint, tobacco and many other ingredients. It is prepared with precise measurements so as to maintain a balance of all ingredients while keeping in mind its taste and human health. Pan Masala acts as a mouth freshener and unlike other Western synthetic pan masala which are made with chemical and petroleum ingredients, the Indian pan masala is considered safer. It is available in hygienic and attractive foil packets (sachets) and tins which are easy to store and carry. The Indian pan masala market reached a value of INR 36,523 Crores in 2016 and is further expected to reach nearly INR 81,992 Crores by 2022. The strong growth of the market can be attributed to a number of factors. As pan masala has been traditionally popular in India, it is consumed by all age groups and social classes in the region. Large population along with rising disposable incomes also provide a huge consumer base for pan masala products. Moreover, convenient packaging, easy availability, competitive marketing by manufacturers as well as the shift from tobacco to tobacco-free products have further fuelled the demand for pan masala globally. Although it has gained prominence in urban households of India, especially among adolescents, its demand is growing faster in rural households. Khainiis a form of chewing tobacco used in India, containing slaked lime. Gutka or gu?kha is a preparation of crushed areca nut, tobacco, catechu, paraffin wax, slaked lime and sweet or savory flavorings. It is manufactured in India and exported to a few other countries. Gutka is a preparation of betel nuts and tobacco designed to be chewed. It originated in the Indian Subcontinent, where its consumption is widespread today, and spread from there to areas with a large Indian population. Like other tobacco products, gutka is potentially addictive and cancerous, and in India, some moves have been made to attempt to restrict its availability to address health concerns. Betel nut is a combination of three ingredients. People roll small pieces of the nut from Areca catechu; more commonly called betel palm, in a leaf from the Piper betel vine, then add powdered slaked lime or limestone paste, and chew it. The substance is popular in certain parts of the world, primarily Asia and Africa, Some components of betel nut have pharmacological properties, but little evidence supports its use for any therapeutic purpose. India is the major producer and consumer of areca nut in the world. Production is concentrated in six states, namely Karnataka, Kerala, Assam, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal. Areca nut is the major plantation crop of coastal and southern districts of the country under assured irrigation facility. The ever increasing demand for areca products like paan, supari and gutkha has led to continuous increase in areca nut prices worldwide. The processing methods, maturity and consumer preferences influence the types of areca nut products prepared. Area and production shares show that Karnataka leads with 46 per cent of area and 47 per cent of production, followed by Kerala with 24 and 23 per cent, respectively.
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Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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Khaini (Chewing Tobacco)

Khaini is a type of smokeless tobacco product consumed by placing a portion of the tobacco between the cheek and gum or upper lip teeth and chewing. Unlike dipping tobacco, it is not ground and must be manually crushed with the teeth to release flavour and nicotine. Chewing tobacco is typically manufactured as several varieties of product – most often as loose leaf (or scrap), pellets (tobacco "bites" or "bits"), and "plug" (a form of loose leaf tobacco condensed with a binding sweetener). Khaini is sometimes known as spitting tobacco. It is available in two forms, snuff and chewing tobacco. Snuff and chewing tobacco are commonly available in tins or pouches; popular brand names include Skoal and Copenhagen. Chewing tobacco holds significant market share due to easy availability and lower cost as compared to cigarettes. Growing demand of chewing tobacco, majorly among the low-income community of consumers is also influencing the market growth. Popularity of consumption of smokeless tobacco among the daily wage workers, is projected to be high due to the low cost and high production capacity of tobacco in the developing country.
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Pan Masala Sada, Meetha & Zarda

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. It acts as a mouth freshener and unlike other Western synthetic pan masala made with chemical and petroleum ingredients. It’s not without reason that 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. 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. As a whole there is a good scope for new entrepreneur to invest in this business. 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 (10 gms Size each Pouch): 330 Kgs./Day Meetha Pan Masala (4 gms Size each Pouch): 330 Kgs./Day Pan Masala with Zarda (7.5 gms + 1 gm Size each Pouches): 340 Kgs./DayPlant & machinery: Rs 20 lakhs
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Return: 29.00%Break even: 57.00%
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