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Milk & Dairy Products, Butter, Cheese, Milk, Ghee, Ice Creams, Chocolate, Curd, Lassi, Flavoured Milk

, UHT Milk, Fluid Milk, Milk Powder, Skimmed Milk Powder Non-Dairy Cream, Buttermilk, Condensed Milk, Cottage Cheese, Casein, Yogurt
Agriculture along with animal husbandry has been and will continue to be the lifeline of Indian economy. India is the largest and one of the most economical milk producers in the world (estimated production of 105 MT).It is the most important sector of the Indian economy particularly in poverty alleviation and employment generation. This sector contributes close to one-fourth of Indias National income and total work force engaged in agriculture is about 60 per cent. At global level, milk has been identified as an integral part of food for centuries. The success of White Revolution in India has largely been written by millions of small holders. About 70 million dairy farmers produce more than 50 per cent of the milk in the country. Milk and milk products are one of the important components of the Indian food industry. Consumption of milk and milk products is deeply rooted in our tradition and it is an essential item during rituals, festivals and other auspicious events. Dairy market in India is quite huge and according to an estimate the unorganized milk and milk product market is about Rs 470 billion while the market for processed organized dairy segment is only Rs 10000 crores. The market is currently growing at round 5% pa in volume terms. There is an impressive level of processing i.e. 22% in organized sector. The dairy exports in 200708 rose to US$ 210.5 million against US$ 113.57 last fiscal, whereas the domestic dairy sector is slated to cross US$ 108 billion in revenues by 2011. India with its population of more than 1 billion and diverse food habits, cultures, tradition and religions, offer great market for milk and milk products. Milk products with well defined quality characteristics and packaged in attractive containers can be marketed at different places. Most dairy food delicacies are value added products generating high profits. The milk products produced include curd, ghee, khoa, chhana, paneer, shrikhand , milk powder, whitener ,condensed milk, malted milk food, ice cream and a variety of milk sweets, some of which are now produce d by the organized dairy industries as well, are major value added products from the Indian dairy sector. The market for traditional dairy products in India is estimated to be US $ 10 billion, being the largest and fastest growing segment of the Indian dairy industry. Major players in the dairy sector with dairy products include Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) and Nestle are the largest player. Other include Milkfood Limited, SmithKline Beecham Limited, Indodan Industries Limited, H.J. Heinz Limited, Britannia, Cadbury, etc.All other local dairy cooperatives have their local brands (For e.g. Gokul, Warana in Maharashtra, Saras in Rajasthan, Verka in Punjab, Vijaya in Andhra Pradesh, Aavin in Tamil Nadu, etc). Other private players include J K Dairy, Heritage Foods, Indiana Dairy, Dairy Specialties, etc.

Dairying perceived as subsidiary occupation for vast majority of farming community in our country is now acquiring an independent status as main occupation as it is crucial in providing employment .Milk and milk products are one of the important components of Indian food Industry andIndia is the world's highest milk producer and all set to become the world's largest food factory. Dairy food processing holds immense potential for high returns. We can provide you detailed project reports on the following topics. Please select the projects of your interests. Each detailed project reports cover all the aspects of business, from analysing the market, confirming availability of various necessities such as plant & machinery, raw materials to forecasting the financial requirements. The scope of the report includes assessing market potential, negotiating with collaborators, investment decision making, corporate diversification planning etc. in a very planned manner by formulating detailed manufacturing techniques and forecasting financial aspects by estimating the cost of raw material, formulating the cash flow statement, projecting the balance sheet etc. We also offer self-contained Pre-Investment and Pre-Feasibility Studies, Market Surveys and Studies, Preparation of Techno-Economic Feasibility Reports, Identification and Selection of Plant and Machinery, Manufacturing Process and or Equipment required, General Guidance, Technical and Commercial Counseling for setting up new industrial projects on the following topics. Many of the engineers, project consultant & industrial consultancy firms in India and worldwide use our project reports as one of the input in doing their analysis.
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Ice Cream of Different Flavours

Ice cream is defined as a frozen dairy product made by suitable blending and processing of cream and other milk products together with sugar, flavour, stabilizer and incorporation of air by agitating during the freezing process. Today ice cream may be considered a luxury food item although its popularity is increasing rapidly. Ice cream is consumed more in cities, However occasionally, particularly in meetings and social gatherings, it is being used even in villages and towns. The consumption of ice cream is likely to increase in future. There is good for new investment. Any new entrepreneur can venture in this field. Plant capacity: 1000 Kgs/Day Working capital: Return: 58.78% Plant & machinery: Rs. 13 Lakhs T.C.I: Rs. 98 Lakhs Break even: 31.65%

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Dairy Products & Milk Packaging in Pouches

Dairy products are basically based on Milk. India ranks next only to USA & USSR in world milk production. There are a number of dairy products like butter, cream, cheese, Khoya, Paneer, flavoured milk etc. There is always a greater demand for milk and dairy products among people. Ghee and butter are used for ice-cream manufacture, as cooking fat, in the confectionery industry etc. Paneer is consumed directly and in hotels and restaurants. There is huge market for Indian milk products. Key concern for setting up a dairy plant would be regular and timely supply to the market, consistency in quality and reasonable pricing arer all essential to build up a strong market and brand equity. Plant capacity: 600 Kgs / Days Working capital: Rs. 361 Lakhs Return: 62.69% Plant & machinery: Rs. 65 Lakhs T.C.I: Rs. 531 Lakhs Break even: 29.48%

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Dairy Farm for Milk Production

Agriculture still continues to be the major sector in India economy. Indian agriculture is based on mixed farming i.e. crop production through irrigation and rearing livestock. Co-operative dairying grew in the post independence era on the foundation of co-operation. The demand for milk and milk products continues to rise in our country year after year due to growing incomes of families. To meet the growing demand of milk and milk products, there is a need to revamp the country?s milk policy and promote manufacture of high quality dairy product and meet international standards. If the industry intends to make forays into international market, it will also have to relate to the free market conditions, as compared to the present dominance of the organized dairy industry by state units and cooperative. There is very good scope for new entrepreneurs. Plant capacity: 1300 Litres/Day Working capital: Rs. 8 Lakhs Return: 33.48% Plant & machinery: Rs. 3 Lakhs T.C.I: Rs. 37.00 Lakhs Break even: 51.24%

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Chocolates is the favourite item of children. Chocolates and Cocoa products supply proteins, fats, Carbohydrates, Vitamins and Minerals. It?s primary feature is solid at room temperature and yet melt rapidly in the mouth a 37?C giving a liquid with appears smooth to the tongue. If production costs of Cocoa are reduced, there is good export potential on this front. The increasing Craze and demand for Chocolate, not only in children but the adults as well, surely provides the investor , a good market potential in the field. Plant capacity: 15000 Kgs/Annum Working capital: Return: 47.68% Plant & machinery: Rs. 4 Lakhs T.C.I: Rs. 45 Lakhs Break even: 44.00%

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Cheese Analogues

Cheese is basically milk product, which is manufactured from milk by acidulation and then by filtration. The precipitate is cheese, there are few seeds and cereals grain contains highly soluble protein, fat and carbohydrate. By grinding and mixing with water, it forms substitute of animal (cow, buffalo) milk. Cheese prepared from this milk is called analogues cheese. Basic raw materials are groundnut, soyabean etc, for manufacturing of analogue cheese, which are sufficiently available in India throughout the year. There are also enough availability of well known technology as well as good fabricators in India. There is very fair market demand of this product. As a whole it is a good project. So new entrepreneur may enter in this field. Plant capacity: 1000 Kgs/Day Working capital: Rs. 4 Lakhs Return: 24.60% Plant & machinery: Rs. 36 Lakhs T.C.I: Rs. 126 Lakhs Break even: 57.92%

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Ice Cream & Ice Candy

Ice-cream, though of a comparatively recent origin, is a popular food item among people. It is a frozen dairy product made by suitable blending and processing of ice-cream and other milk products together with sugar, flavor, stabilizer and air during agitation. Good quality and balanced ingredients are essential for manufacture of high quality ice cream, together with intelligent freezing and hardening of product. The process of production is simple and most of the production nowadays is being done by large and small scale industries. The availability of ice cream in hotels, restaurants, public places and social gatherings has increased its popularity over tea/coffee, soft drinks etc. With efficient marketing of the product, entrepreneurs are sure to realize profit in their business. Plant capacity: 1200 Kgs./ Day Working capital: Rs. 78 Lakhs Return: 41.62% Plant & machinery: Rs. 19 Lakhs T.C.I: Rs. 127 Lakhs Break even: 45.95%

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Dairy farming and dairy products (Pasteurised Milk, Butter,

Ghee, Paneer and Butter Milk)

Every body use milk and milk products. A dairy is a place for handling milk and milk products. Technology refers to the application of scientific knowledge for purposes. Dairy technology has been defined as that branch of dairy science which deals with the processing of milk and the manufacture of milk products on an industrial scale. Milk is used as a food. Used as a complete food of infant. It is used in all homes. It is used in hotels and restaurants as milk food preparation and in the preparation of tea. If we compare India position w.r.t. other milk producing countries, of the world, we find that India has 53.0 million animals in milk, within buffalo milk/annum per buffalo-450kg (average) and total milk production = 2, 13, 60,000 MT/Year. So there is very good scope for new entrepreneurs. Plant capacity: Farming 200 Cows, 5000 Plant & machinery: 594 Lacs Ltrs/Day, Processed Milk 34000 Lts/Day Working capital: 440 Lacs Return: 58.00% T.C.I: 1866 Lacs Break even: 34.00%

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Baby Cereal Food

Food is mainly composed of three main groups of constituents i.e., carbohydrates, Fat & Protein. The baby cereal food is that enriched food which has a requisite level of nutrition. This requisite level is prescribed by various dieticians & physicians for children. Food products are derived from single grains or blends of mixed grains combined with other ingredients for flavour and nutritional fortification. Materials used by various manufacturers in addition to the grains include melt, milk powder, vegetable oil, wheat germ, sugar, cotton seed flour, dried yeast, a form of iron such as sodium pyrophosphate and B vitamin thiamin. One of the purposes of adding solid food to the babys diet is to acquaint him with foods of a different consistency, texture and taste than those of liquids. Demand of cereal food in India is increasing about 8%. There is good scope for new investment in this field. Any entrepreneur can invest in this project. Plant capacity: 5.00 Tons/Day Working capital: Return: 48.00% Plant & machinery: 23 Lakhs T.C.I: 316 Lakhs Break even: 32.00%

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Ice Cream of Different Flavours

Today ice cream may be considered a luxury food item, although its popularity is increasing rapidly. Ice cream is defined as a frozen dairy product made by suitable blending and processing of cream and other milk products together with sugar, flavour, stabilizer and incorporation of air by agitating during the freezing process. It is now-a-days very popular food for its taste, cooling effects and its nutritive constituents. Some of these frozen desserts are Plain ice cream, chocolate ice cream, Fruit and nut ice cream etc. Ice cream is consumed more in cities, however occasionally particularly in meetings and social gatherings it is being used event in villages and towns. So this is a very lucrative unit for the new entrepreneur. Plant capacity: 1000 kgs/Day Working capital: Return: 57.00% Plant & machinery: 14 Lakhs T.C.I: 112 Lakhs Break even: 34.00%

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Soyabean Cultivation and Processing For Soy Nuggets (Nutrela), Paneer and Milk
Increase of inputs on tangible or non-tangible way in agriculture increased the production of crops. Soyabean, known as golden bean has emerged as the most important cash crop in the world. Containing about 40% oil, it has been recognized as a potential requirements of nutritious foods in the country on the other hands. In this project report we have discussed about the cultivation of soyabean and manufacturing of soya milk, paneer and nutrela. These products has good demand globally, so there is a good scope for new entrants. Plant capacity: 7.5 MT Soyabean Processing / Plant & machinery: 1726 Lakhs Day (Cultivation in 1000 Hactares) Working capital: Return: 31.00% T.C.I: 2686 Lakhs Break even: 40.00%
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