RTS JUICE PLANT

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Juice is a beverage made from the extraction or pressing out of the natural liquid contained in fruit and vegetables. It can also refer to liquids that are flavored with these or other biological food sources such as meat and seafood (e.g., clam juice). Juice is commonly consumed as a beverage or used as an ingredient or flavoring in foods or other beverages, such as smoothies. Juice emerged as a popular beverage choice after the development of pasteurization methods allowed for its preservation without using fermentation (the approach used with wine production). The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimated the total world production of citrus fruit juices to be 12,840,318 tones in 2012. The largest fruit juice consumers are New Zealand (nearly a cup, or 8 ounces, each day) and Colombia (more than three quarters of a cup each day). Fruit juice consumption on average increased with country income level. To the American food industry, fruit juice is more profitable than only fruit.

Packaged juice market has charted a high growth trajectory, thanks to its easy availability, anytime-anywhere consumption, and convenience.

Within the beverages market, the fruit-based beverages category is one of the fastest growing categories, and has grown at a CAGR of over 30 percent over the past decade. As of March 2013, the Indian packaged juices market was valued at Rs 1,100 crore (~USD 200 million) and projected to grow at a CAGR of ~15 percent over the next three years.

The packaged fruit juices market can be divided into three sub-categories: fruit drinks, juices, and nectar drinks. Fruit drinks, which have a maximum of 30 percent fruit content, are the highest-selling category, with a 60 percent share of the market. Frooti, Jumpin, Maaza, etc. are the most popular products in this category. Fruit juices, on the other hand, are 100 percent composed of fruit content, and claim a 30 percent market share at present. In contrast, nectar drinks have between 25 and 90 percent fruit content, but account for only about 10 percent of the market.

The rising number of health-conscious consumers is giving a boost to fruit juices; it has been observed that consumers are shifting from fruit-based drinks to fruit juices as they consider the latter a healthier breakfast/snack option.

Dabur is the market leader in the Indian packaged juices market with its brands Real and Real Active. Other players include Parle, Fresh Gold, and Godrej. Some of the other brands of fruit juices and drinks include Frooti, Appy, Mazza, Minute Maid, Slice, Fresh Gold, and Del Monte. Considering the attractiveness of the segment, diversified consumer food companies such as ITC are working towards making a foray into packaged juices.

As per studies, the most preferred pack size is the individual (small) pack which is convenient, and easy to carry and consume. These are in great demand as out-of-home consumption is on the rise. Tetrapaks are most popular among manufacturers as well as consumers. Some companies are also offering their products in tins (eg Del Monte) and PET bottles (eg Mazza); however, they are more expensive than Tetrapaks, which adds to production costs, and, as a result, affects the market price.

Fruit juices have created a space for themselves in regular household menus, as a part of a family’s breakfast, social gatherings, and evening snacks. As a result, consumers are picking up multiple family packs at one go, which is an emerging consumption trend.

There are several reasons behind the growth of the Indian packaged juices category: Changing consumer lifestyles, increased health awareness, hygiene concerns, growing category of informed buyers, rising disposable incomes, booming modern retail, habitual purchase, and introduction to new flavours.

INTRODUCTION
TOP 10 BEST PACKED FRUIT JUICE BRANDS IN INDIA
USES AND APPLICATIONS
AVAILABILITY OF RAW MATERIALS
B.I.S. SPECIFICATION
OVERVIEW OF FRUIT BASED BEVERAGES
MARKET SURVEY
BRANDED FRUIT JUICE SEGMENT
MANUFACTURERS/EXPORTERS OF FRUIT JUICES
MANUFACTURE OF RTS JUICE
PROCESS FLOW SHEET
PROCESS OF FRUIT JUICE
FILTRATION
PRESERVATION
PROCESS FLOW SHEET
PRODUCTION METHOD OF FRUIT BASED BEVERAGES
MANUFACTURE OF PASSION FRUIT JUICE
PREPARATION AND PROCESSING OF FRUIT JUICE
MANUFACTURE IN GENERAL
CLEANING
SORTING
COMMINUTION
ENZYME TRETMENT OF PULP
PRESS AIDS
EXTRACTION
CITRUS
DECIDUOUS
CLARIFICATION
PASTEURIZATION
CHEMICAL PRESERVATIVES
INDIVIDUAL MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
1.   PROCESSING OF PINEAPPLE
SOURCES OF BEVERAGE JUICE
1.   CORES
2.   JUICE TRIMMINGS
3.   ERADICATOR MEAT
4.   SMALL FRUIT
5.   JUICE DRAINED FROM CRUSHED PINEAPPLE (KETTLE DRAINED)
6.   JUICE DRAINED FROM ERADICATOR MEAT
7.   JUICE DRAINING FROM CYLINDERS AND SLICES DURING PROCESSING
TRIMMING SLICING GRADING
AND PACKING OPERATIONS
JUICE PREPARATION
BLENDING
WASHING
SORTING
JUICE PROCESSING
UNCLARIFIED JUICE
“CRUSED” APPLE JUICE
CENTRIFUGED APPLE JUICE
FILTERED APPLE JUICE
QUALITY CONTROL IN FRUIT JUICES
PRESERVATIVES IN FRUIT JUICES AND FRUIT DRINKS
DETAILS & TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF PLANT
& MACHINERY FOR RTS JUICE
SCHEME OF TREATMENT
PROCESSING SECTION FOR JUICE PLANT
PLANT LAYOUT
SUPPLIERS OF PLANT & MACHINERY
ROTARY WASHER
PEELING MACHINE
FRUIT WASHER
JUICE EXTRACTOR
LABORATORY EQUIPMENTS/LABORATORY TESTING EQUIPMENTS
FILTER PRESS
JUICE HOMOGENIZER
AIR COMPRESSOR
BOILERS
PLATFORM WEIGHING MACHINE
SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS
PET PREFORMS

APPENDIX – A:

1.      COST OF PLANT ECONOMICS
2.      LAND & BUILDING
3.      PLANT AND MACHINERY
4.      FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT
5.      RAW MATERIAL
6.      SALARY AND WAGES
7.      UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS
8.      TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL
9.      COST OF PRODUCTION
10.      PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS
11.      BREAK EVEN POINT
12.      RESOURCES OF FINANCE
13.      INTEREST CHART
14.      DEPRECIATION CHART
15.      CASH FLOW STATEMENT
16.      PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET

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Additional information

Plant Capacity

14000.00 LTRS/day

Land and Building

(3024 sq.Yard

Plant & Machinery

Rs. 2.41 Cr

Rate of Return

45%

Break Even Point

39%

profit on sales per year

Approx Rs.3.63 Cr