Profile: Cryogenic Spice Processing Plant



Capacity : 8 TPD

Investment : 6.60 Crore


Project Description

India is the largest producer, consumer, and exporter of spices in the world. The demand scenario for major and minor spices is increasing at an enormous rate in India and abroad. Spices have been an integral part of the Indian diet, and the demand for spices has been growing year after year. India has certain natural comparative advantages with respect to the production and utilization of spices. India is the world's largest producer, consumer, and exporter of spices; the country produces about 75 of the 109 varieties listed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and accounts for half of the global trading in spices. These factors include diverse agro-climatic conditions, environments, and availability of innumerable varieties and cultivars of each spice suitable for different climatic conditions.


Cryogenic grinding of herbs and spices involves powdering these elements at sub-zero temperatures ranging from 0 to – 196°C. The elements are frozen with liquid nitrogen, as they are being ground. This process does not damage or alter the chemical composition of the main elements in any way. A standard grinding process that does not use a cooling system can reach up to +200°F. This high temperature can reduce volatile components and heat-sensitive constituents in spices.

Raw Material : Raw Spices

Finished Product : Cryogenic Spice Powder

Land Area Requirement

Land should be located near to the growing Agri-cluster area easily connected with the Transportation Facility. The Project Land/Building should also have easy availability of water and electricity. The ideal land requirements for the project is a minimum of 3500 Sq. Mtr.

Process Flow Chart for Spice Powder

Raw Material Received

Cleaning

De-stoning

Grading

Primary Grinding

Pre-cooling of spices by Cryo Screw

Final Milling

Screening

Conveying

Blending

Weighing & Packaging

Storage

Cost of Project (In Lakhs)

  • Civil Work : 150.00

  • Plant & Machinery with Utilities : 450.00

  • Other Expenses : 60.00

  • (i.e. Preoperative, Contingencies, IDC, etc.)

  • Total Cost (In Lakhs) : 660.00


Means of Finance (In Lakhs)

  • Promoter Contribution : 200.00

  • Bank Loan and Subsidy/ Grant : 460.00

  • Total Cost (In Lakhs) : 660.00


Approx Turnover (In Crore) : 10.00

Average IRR for 5 Years : 20.88 %

Above mentioned project details and cost is tentative it may vary on actual project cost calculation.

Subsidy by Central Government (MoFPI)

(Reference:https://www.aecengg.com/food-central-government)

•Ceiling upto 5 Crore

•35% for General Areas

•50% for Himalayan States

•50% for North Eastern India

•50% for SC/ ST

•Under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada Yojana

Subsidy by State Government

(Reference: https://www.aecengg.com/food-state-government)

•From 25 to 50%

•Capital Subsidy

•Interest Subsidy

•Air/ Sea Freight Subsidy

•GST Incentives

•Electricity Rate and Stamp Duty

Our Services

•Detailed Project Report

•Assistance for Bank Loan

•Project Planning and Feasibility Study

•Project Implementation

•Monitoring and Evaluation Services

•Supply Chain Management

•Agriculture Advisory Services

•Product Development

•FSSAI License Service


Address: 1 - B-307, Swagat Rainforest-2, Kudasan, Gujarat 382421

Address: 2 - AEC, Village: Bhag Khera, Jind, Haryana


Phone : +91 84888 68449, +91 9016448449, +91- 9958000178

Email : aec.jind@gmail.com

Website : www.aecengg.com