Capacity (Input) : 10 TPD
Investment : 7.00 Crore
Spices, the predominant flavoring, coloring and aromatic agents in foods and beverages, are now gaining importance for their diversified uses. The nutritional, anti-oxidant, anti-microbial and medicinal properties of spices have far-reaching implications.
In the present scenario, the anti-diabetic, anti-hypercholesterolemic, anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory effects of spices have paramount importance, as the key health issues of mankind nowadays are diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, and cancer.
Spices or their active principles could be used as possible ameliorative or preventive agents for these health disorders. Extensive studies on animal models carried out indicate that spices could be consumed at higher dietary levels without any adverse effects on growth, organ weights, food efficiency ratio and blood constituents.
Curcumin, the coloring pigment present in turmeric, capsaicin, the pungent principle in red pepper, allicin, the active principle in garlic gingerol, the pungent principle in ginger, saponin and fiber present in fenugreek are immensely valuable in health care with their multiple physiological effects.
India, the land of spices, could exploit the fast growing nutraceutical sector with her high intrinsic quality spices. The scope of spices like turmeric, ginger, fenugreek, garlic and red pepper in the nutraceutical industry with their possible role in the control/prevention of important health disorders.
Spice or herb capsules yield outcomes a little differently in each person – but generally with personal positive results.
Raw Material : Raw Spices
Finished Product : Powdered Spices/ Herbs in Capsule
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 4000 Sq. Mtr.
Process Flow Chart for Spice Powder
•Peeling & Slicing
Cost of Project (In Lakhs)
Civil Work : 200.00
Plant & Machinery with Utilities : 450.00
Other Expenses : 50.00
(i.e. Preoperative, Contingencies, IDC, etc.)
Total Cost (In Lakhs) : 700.00
Means of Finance (In Lakhs)
Promoter Contribution : 210.00
Bank Loan and Subsidy/ Grant : 490.00
Total Cost (In Lakhs) : 700.00
Approx Turnover (In Crore) : 80.00
Average IRR for 5 Years : 23.00 %
Above mentioned project details and cost is tentative it may vary on actual project cost calculation.
Subsidy by Central Government (MoFPI)
•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
•From 25 to 50%
•Air/ Sea Freight Subsidy
•Electricity Rate and Stamp Duty
•Detailed Project Report
•Assistance for Bank Loan
•Project Planning and Feasibility Study
•Monitoring and Evaluation Services
•Supply Chain Management
•Agriculture Advisory Services
•FSSAI License Service
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