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  • 1. FOOD PROCESSING SPICE PROCESSING UNIT (MASALA UNIT)Food ProcessingFood processing is the set of methods and techniques used to transform raw ingredients into food or totransform food into other forms for consumption by humans or animals either in the home or by thefood processing industry. Food processing typically takes clean, harvested crops or butchered animalproducts and uses these to produce attractive, marketable and often long shelf-life food products.Similar processes are used to produce animal feed.Food processing possibility short down  Pulse Processing Unit. (Dal Mill)  Wheat Processing Unit. (Aata Mill)  Ginger Garlic Paste Processing Unit.  Spice Processing Unit. (Masala Unit)Spice Processing Unit (Masala Unit)Spices are most important constituents of Indian food and cuisines, and are used not only for householdpurpose, but also in hotels, restaurants, eateries and food processing industries. 1 Project by – Krishna Kant Malviya (krishnakantmalviya@yahoo.com)
  • 2. Raw MaterialLand & BuildingLand Required 2000 Sq Ft.Building Required (Height of the building should be 20Ft.) Machine Area (All three along with their accessories) 500 Sq Ft. Row Material Storage 300 Sq Ft. Finished Good 100 Sq Ft. Office 100 Sq Ft. Packaging Area 100 Sq Ft. Processing Area 200 Sq Ft. Total 1300 Sq Ft.MachineryFor a Spice Plant (Mix Masala) three basic machines is required: 1. Impact Pulverizer - Use for grinding of Turmeric & Mango (Aam Chour) 2. Hammer Mill - Use or all kind of spices 3. Sifter - Use for straining of processed spices 2 Project by – Krishna Kant Malviya (krishnakantmalviya@yahoo.com)
  • 3. Accessory 1. Motor - 30 HP for Impact Pulverizer - 30 HP for Hammer Mill - 2 HP for Sifter 2. Group Pulley - 2 3. V-Belts - 2Capacity Utilization  Ist Year 65%  IInd Year 85%  IIIrd year onwards 100%Staffing Designation No. Plant Manager 1 Accountant 1 Pant Supervisor 1 Helper 3 Operator 1 Marketing Manager 1 Marketing Executive 2 Security Guard 1 Peon 1ElectricityFor the production of 12 Hrs. / day electricity utilization would be 20,904 units / month. 3 Project by – Krishna Kant Malviya (krishnakantmalviya@yahoo.com)
  • 4. CostingLand (2000 Sq Ft.) 100,000.00Building (1300 Sq Ft. x Rs. 1100) 1,430,000.00 Impact Pulverizer 220,000.00Machinery Hammer Mill 165,000.00 Sifter 45,000.00 430,000.00 Motor 85,000.00Accessory Group Pulley 6,000.00 V-Belts 2,000.00 93,000.00Furniture & Fixture 10,000.00 10,000.00Miscellaneous 10,000.00 10,000.00Total of Capital Investment (one time investment) 2,073,000.00 Average cost of 200 Kg / Hr. x 12 Hr x 26 Days Row Material row spices is 15,600,000.00 = 62400 Kg per Month 250/Kg 65 units / Hr. x 12 Hr x 26 Cost per unit is Electricity Days = 20280 units per 131,820.00 6.50 Month Plant Manager - 1 10,000.00 Accountant - 1 6,000.00 Pant Supervisor - 1 6,000.00 Helper - 3 9,000.00 Manpower Operator - 1 5,000.00 65,000.00 Marketing Manager - 1 10,000.00 Marketing Executive - 1 12,000.00 Security Guard - 1 4,000.00 Peon - 1 3,000.00 Administrative 5,000.00Total of Running Cost (Monthly Investment) 15,801,820.00 4 Project by – Krishna Kant Malviya (krishnakantmalviya@yahoo.com)
  • 5. Amortization of Capital Investment (Rs. 2,073,000.00) in 3 years (2073000/36)i.e. Rs. 57584 per month. Therefore Amortization Amount 57,584.00 Running Cost 15,801,820.00 Packaging & Transportation (0.50 Packing & 0.50 624,000.00 Transportation) 16,483,404.001 Pack of 100gm will cost at Rs. 24.64 *** This Project is made by Krishna Kant Malviya at Bhopal in Nov 2010 – Jan 2011, all the facts and figures were take form reliable scores, but it does not claim to be 100% correct. This project is open for public viewing, and can be used by anybody. The writer will welcome any feedback at krishnakantmalviya@yahoo.com 5 Project by – Krishna Kant Malviya (krishnakantmalviya@yahoo.com)