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Investment Environment &

Opportunities in Food Processing

RAJASTHAN
Compendium of
financing options for the
food processing sector

Ministry of Food Processing Industries


Government of India
Knowledge Partner National Event Partner
Table of contents

State Introduction 1

Why Rajasthan 1

Raw Material Base 2

Production Clusters 5

Agricultural Marketing 8

Processing Clusters 10

Infrastructure 13

State Government Initiatives 17

Snapshot of Investable Projects 20

Contact Us 22

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State Introduction
Rajasthan is located on northwest part of India with a rich cultural history and a well-developed
culinary tradition based on traditional foods. Rajasthan is India's largest state by area (342,239
square kilometers and 10.4% of India's total area). The State shares a large boundary with Pakistan
and is surrounded on other sides by Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab.

Rajasthan - key highlights


State capital Jaipur

Geographical area 1 342,224 km2


Population 2 6.8 Crores** (68 million)
(Census 2011)

Gross state domestic USD 94.1 billion in 2014-15


product (GSDP) 3 Growth over previous year
(at current price, base year 2011-12) 11.37%.
Per capita income 4
(Measured as Per Capita NSDP at
USD 1014.28
current prices for 2013-14)
INR 8,237 crore** (USD 1,480
FDI inflows 5 million)- FY2000-FY2017
Rajasthan
Total road length (kms) 6 59,570 Km Jaipur

Rail length (route kms) 7 5,893 km


 6 ICDs: Three under CCI-
Ports 8 Jodhpur, Jaipur and Kota,
CCI.
 International: Jaipur
Airports 9
 Domestic : Udaipur,
Jodhpur, Kota, Jaisalmer
and Bikaner

Why Rajasthan

1 A state with 10 agro climatic zones and a diverse portfolio of products to select

2
Top contributor of spices, milk and nutri-cereals in India

Rajasthan has the distinction of having largest population of cattle, sheep and
3 camels

40% of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) which is India’s biggest


4 infrastructure transformation project, passes through the State of Rajasthan

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*1 Million= 10 Lakhs
**10 Million = 1 Crore
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Raw material base (1/3)


Rajasthan’s economy is primarily agricultural and rural. Agriculture
contributes 26% of gross value added in the state. The diversity of land, soil
and climate makes the State distinctly different in India.
Rajasthan accounts for 70% of the total arid and semi-arid AGRICULTURE
zone in India and these arid zones are concentrated mostly
Gross Cropped Area 26120
in the western part of the state. Animal husbandry is the (‘000 Ha)
major economic activity contributing about 11% of the Net Sown Area 17521
State's net Gross Domestic Product. (‘000 Ha)
Total number of 68.88 lakh(6.8
The predominantly arid and semi-arid climate make its operational land million)
agriculture and horticulture profile unique in composition holdings
of produces and an attractive base for food processing
industry.

Rajasthan has a wide range of climate varying from extremely arid to humid.

Sub-humid
Its nine 10 agro-climatic zones 11 are 8%
Arid
suitable for wide variety of Humid
15% Semi-arid
cereals, fruits, vegetables and a
large number of livestock. Major Arid
Humid
districts falling under each of the Semi-arid
61% Sub-humid
nine agro-climatic zone are as 16%

follows:

Transitional Plain of Luni Sub-humid Southern Plains &


Arid Western Plain: Bikaner,
Basin: Jalor and Pali, the Aravalli Hills: Bhilwara,
Jaisalmer, Barmer, Phalodi,
Chittorgarh, Pratapgarh,
Shergarh, Osian and Jodhpur
Rajsamand, Udaipur
Semi-arid Eastern Plain:
Jaipur, Dausa, Tonk and Ajmer
Irrigated North-Western Humid Southern Plains:
Plains: Ganganagar Flood Prone Eastern Plains: Dungarpur and Banswara
Alwar, Bharatpur and
Transitional Plain of Inland Dhaulpur and the northern Humid South-Eastern Plains:
Drainage: Nagaur, Sikar and part of Sawai Madhopur Kota, Baran, Bundi and
Jhunjhunun Jhalawar
Hyper Arid Partial Irrigated Zone:
Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Part of Churu

Wheat, Bajra (pearl millet), and Maize are the major crops produced in Rajasthan. It produces a large variety of
spices and is the largest producer of Psyllium, Cluster bean, Fenugreek, cumin, mustard, pearl millet, moth
bean and Coriander. Rajasthan has 10% of the total livestock in India and is the second largest producer of milk
in India.
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Raw material base (2/3)


Major strength of Rajasthan’s food processing industry lies in the following:
 Nutri-cereals- Pearl millet (Bajra) & other small millets
 Pulses- Green gram (Moong), Chik pea, Moth beans
 Seed Spices- Cumin, Coriander, Fenugreek, Ajwain ( Bishop Weed) & Fennel
 Medicinal crops- Psyllium (Isabgoal), Indian ginseng (Ashwagandha), Asparagus racemosus
(Satawari) , Aloe vera, Senna (Sonamukhi) , Indian Gooseberry
 Oilseeds- Mustard, Soyabean, Peanut
 Commercial crop- Cluster bean
 Livestock: Drought hardy Milch breeds (Rathi, Gir, Sahiwal and Tharparkar).
 Fruits: Mandarin, Kinnow
 Vegetables: Tomato , green chilies, peas, onion, potato, cauliflower, carrot, cabbage, garlic

Food Grains: Key production highlights (2015-16)

 Total production of 163.05 Lakh* MT of cereals


o Wheat – 104.6 Lakh* MT
o Pearl Millet – 32 Lakh* MT
o Maize –11 Lakh* MT
o Barley – 7.66 Lakh* MT

Oilseeds: Key production highlights (2015-16)

 Total production of 55.05 Lakh* MT of Oilseeds


o Mustard – 32.58 Lakh* MT
o Soybean – 8.04 Lakh* MT
o Groundnut – 10.49 Lakh* MT

Horticulture products: Key production highlights (2015-16)

 Total production of 39.15 Lakh* MT of horticulture products


o Fruits – 6.57 Lakh* MT ,
o Vegetables – 20.21 Lakh* MT
o Spices –10.50 Lakh* MT,
o Medicinal & Aromatic Crops- 1.87 Lakh* MT

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Raw material base (3/3)


Livestock: Key production highlights (2015-16)

 Total production of 185 Lakh MT of Milk, ranked 2nd in milk production in India.
o Contributes 11% of total milk in India
 Total Production of 1.80 Lakh MT of Meat
o Contributes 35% of goat meat in India
 Total Production of 13850 Lakh (number) of Eggs
 Total Production of 134 Lakh Kg of Wool,
o Contributes 30% of the wool in India, the largest wool producer in India

Oil seeds 5505


CROPS
‘ (000 MT) Pulses 1990
Cereals 16305

Spices Fenugreek 190


‘ (000 MT) Coriander 227
Cumin 201
Fennel 31
Garlic 377

Onion 1435
VEGETABLES Chilli (green) 9.5
‘(000 MT)
Cauliflower 49
Tomato 83
Potato 230

LIVESTOCK & Milk (lakh MT) 185


FISHERIE Goat Meat (000 MT) 74.49
Sheep Meat (000 MT) 40.80

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Production Clusters (1/2)


Rajasthan leads in production of:
 48% production of Mustard in India,

 44% production of Pearl Millet in India


 80% production of Psyllium in India
 84% production of Cluster bean in India
 16% production of Coarse Cereals in India
 80% production of Moth bean in India
 39% production of Coriander in India
 40% production of Cumin in India
 77% production of Fenugreek in India

 The major production 12 clusters 13 of Rajasthan are given below:

Wheat Barley

Shri Ganganagar,Jaipur, Kota, Hanumangarh, Shri Ganganagar,


Hanuman Garh, Baran, Bundi Sikar, Ajmer, Bhilwara

Mustard Maize
Alwar, Shri Ganganagar, Udaipur, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh,
Bharatpur, Tonk, Sawai Banswara, Dungarpur and
Madhopur, Baran and Rajasmand, Pratapgarh
Hanumangarh , Jaipur

Fenugreek Milk
Bikaner, Nagaur, Jhunjhunu,
Jaipur, Alwar, Bikaner, Sikar
Sikar, Jodhpur, Jaipur

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Production Clusters (2/2)

Coriander Seed Onion

Bundi, Kota, Baran, Chittorgarh, Jhunjhunu, Alwar, Sikar,


Jhalawar Jodhpur, Jaipur, Nagaur

Kinnow Mandarin

Hanumangarh, Shri Ganganagar Jhalawar

Cluster Bean Pomegranate


Bikaner, Barmer, Churu,
Hanumangarh, Jodhpur, Sikar, Jalore, Barmer, Chittorgarh
Shri Ganganagar

Cumin Fenugreek
Bikaner, Jodhpur, Sikar,
Barmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Nagaur
Jhunjhunu, Nagaur

Moth Bean Fennel


Nagaur, Jodhpur, Pali, Tonk ,
Churu, Bikaner, Barmer, Nagaur
Sirohi

Isabgol ( Psyllium)
Barmer, Nagaur, Jalore,
Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Chittorgarh

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Production Clusters

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Agricultural marketing (1/2)


Rajasthan has the following marketing infrastructure in the state:
 Agri-Export Zones: Total of 2 Agri Export Zones, with focus on spices, have been
identified by the State Government, five districts for coriander (Kota, Baran, Jhalawar,
Bundi and Chittorgarh) and five for cumin (Barmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Nagaur and Pali)
 141 main market yards and 315 sub market yards, 4 big pack houses, 5 small pack

houses and 7 cold storages are in operation and one walk-in cooling chamber at Jaipur
Airport.
 Kisan Bhawan (Farmer's Facilitation House) at 7 divisional headquarters and all district
headquarters. These are operational as lodging facilities for farmers to stay while coming
to the market.
 Mustard Research Centre, Bharatpur
 8 AGMARK (a certification mark embossed on agricultural products in India) laboratories
for grading of the produce.
 Food Processing Units: About 10,000 units are operational in the micro and small scale
sector and approximately 75 units in the medium and large scale sector.

141 main
market
yards
75
315 sub
medium
market
and large
yards
units
Agricultural
markets in
Rajasthan

2 Agri
4 pack
Export
houses
Zones
8
AGMARK
laboratory

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Agricultural marketing (2/2)


 Status of Logistics and warehousing facilities in the State:
 Rajasthan State Warehousing Corporation (RSWC) is operating 89 warehouses
with a total storage capacity of 7.88 Lakh* MT
 Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) has a current storage capacity of
approximately 4.29 Lakh* MT in the state
 The total storage capacity under Food Corporation of India (owned and hired) in
Rajasthan is 25.89 Lakh* MT - out of this 3.00 Lakh* MT was hired from CWC
and 6.45 Lakh* MT from RSWC
 Cold Storages: The state has approximately 150-160 cold storages with a total
capacity of 2.55 Lakh* MT. .

7.88 Lakh* MT 4.29 lakh* MT 25.89 lakh* MT


Rajasthan State Central Warehousing Under Food Corporation
Warehousing Corporation (CWC) of India
Corporation (RSWC)

2.55 Lakh* MT 150-160


Total capacity of cold
Cold storages
storage

 Marketing Reforms in Rajasthan to ease procurement of raw materials14:


 Contract Farming: Allow contract farming for fruits, vegetables, medicine plants,
barley, maize and aromatic plants.
 E-Commerce: Permit the setting up of private sub e-markets.
 Direct Purchase: The state has allowed to remove all restrictions on direct purchase
of agriculture and horticulture products produced in the State by the agro-processing
enterprises
 Market Fee: The market fee on fruits and vegetables has been exempted and trade
outside yard is free.
 Private Market Yard: Private sector can establish market yards to enhance supplies
to industries.
Link to Policy: http://resurgent.rajasthan.gov.in/resurgent-policies/rajasthan-agro-processing-and-
agri-marketing- promotion-policy-2015.pdf

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Processing Clusters (1/2)


Rajasthan has several districts known for processing. However, Most of
the raw material produced in Rajasthan are processed outside the state.
 Famous Indian snack- Bikaner Bhujia, a product with Geographical
Indication15 tag, is from Bikaner district in Rajasthan.
 Jodhpur is a large chilli market and a large number of chilli processing
plants16.

Spices and Condiments Fruits & Vegetable


Processing Processing
Kota, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Sikar, Ajmer, Banswara,
Jaipur Chittorgarh

Milk Processing
Oil Processing
Alwar, Jaipur, Ajmer,
Bikaner Alwar, Ganganagar,
Bharatpur, Bundi, Kota
Pulses Processing

Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaipur Wheat Processing


Jaipur, Alwar, Shri
Ganganagar,
Snacks Processing Hanumangarh, Kota,
Bundi, Baran
Bikaner, Jaipur

Prepared Foods
Mustard & Soybean
Processing Alwar, Jaipur , Ajmer

Kota , Bundi
Maize Processing
Bhilwara, Chittorgarh,
Barley Processing
Banswara
Jaipur, Sikar, Dausa, Tonk,
Bundi

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Processing Clusters (2/2)


Rajasthan is host to several companies in the food processing sector and has
manufacturing base of some of the multinational companies. An indicative of
key companies and their district of presence in the state is given below.

Dairy Lotus Dairy Bikaner, Sikar, Jaipur,


products Shri Ganganagar
and Paayas Dairy Jaipur
Analogues

Adani Wilmart Pvt. Ltd. Bundi


Advantage Overseas Pvt. Bundi
Bakery Ltd.
Products Mahesh Edible Agro oil India Kota, Alwar
Pvt. Ltd.
Goyal Protein Ltd. Kota

Otekar India Pvt. Ltd. Alwar


Others
Barmalt Malting Ltd.

 Famous Ethnic Foods of Rajasthan:

 Ker Sangri: Dried black berries and twiggy beans soaked in


mustard oil with whole red chillies and tart raw mango
 Raab:
CerealA thick broth made from millet (bajra) flour and
processing which is heated and fermented.
buttermilk,
 Ghevar: A special sweet dessert from Jaipur that is essentially a
dish made from flour, soaked in ghee (clarified butter), milk &
topped with sliced almonds.

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Processing Clusters

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Infrastructure(1/2)
The status of key physical and agricultural infrastructure in Rajasthan is as follows:

Parameter Status
 6 ICDs
 2 under (Rajasthan Small Industries Corporation),
Inland container  3 (Jodhpur, Jaipur and Kota) under Container Corporation of
depots (ICD) 17
India
 1 Privately owned ICD (Jodhpur)
 10 Agri Export Zones, with focus on spices, have been identified by state
Government, five for coriander (Kota, Baran, Jhalawar, Bundi and
Chittorgarh) and five for cumin (Barmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Nagaur and Pali)
Existing Industrial Areas/
SEZs  Out of 344 Existing Industrial Areas, (as per RIICO -Rajasthan State
Industrial Development and Investment Corp), there are 26 Industrial
areas marked suitable for food processing industry.

 There are six food parks in Rajasthan. One Mega Food Park in Ajmer and
five other in, Alwar, Kota, Jodhpur and Sri Ganganagar. Kota has two Agro
Food Parks18
food parks.
Details of food park with available land availble in given below.

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Installed power
(including allocated shares  Thermal -10226 MW
 Nuclear-573 MW
in Joint & Central Sector  Hydro-1729 MW
Utilities as on 31 Jan 2017)  RES- 5677 MW

Utilities
 HT Lines upto 1500 KVA (11 KV) and More than 1500 KVA (33 KV) – INR
190 per KVA per month as fixed charges anf INR 6.15 per unit variable
Electricity cost 20
(source: Tarriff Order for 2016, dated 29/09/2016 and numbred D.1365)

 Sizes 15MM to 25 MM for Non-Domestic


 for consumption upto first 15,000 liters: INR 9 per 1000 litres
Water rates21  For consumtion exceeding 15,000 litres and upto 40,000 litres: INR 16.5
per 1000 litres
 For next consumption above 40,000 liters: INR 22 per 1000 litres

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Infrastructure (2/2)
Industrial Areas & Food parks:
A number of industrial areas and food parks are available in the state for investors keen on
setting up food processing units in the state. The key food parks in the state include:
S. Industrial Location Type (Multi/ Total Available Owner/
No. Park single Area Area Developer
product), ETC.

Mega Food Park

1 Green Tech AJMER Multi products 34 Ha 30.65 Ha M. R


Mega Food Maheshwari
Park Pvt.
Ltd.

State Owned Designated Food Park

1. Agro Food Boranada, Multi product 105 Ha 105 Ha RIICO


Park Jodhpur
Jodhpur

2. Agro Food Sri Multi product 39 Ha 32 Ha RIICO


Park Ganganagar

3. Agro Food Kota Multi product 57 Ha 56 Ha RIICO


Park Ranpur

4 Agro Food Kota Multi product 40 Ha 40 Ha RIICO


Park – II
Ranpur

5 Agro Food Alwar Multi product 78 Ha 78 Ha RIICO


Park MIA

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Cold Chains22:
The objective of the Scheme of Cold Chain, Value Addition and Preservation Infrastructure is
to provide integrated cold chain and preservation infrastructure facilities, without any
break, from the farm gate to the consumer. Below is the list of cold chains present in the
state:

S.no Project Type of Product District


1 Fidelo Farms Private Limited Dairy Jaipur
2 Jhunsons Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. Irradiation Alwar
3 Shiv Health Foods LLP Dairy Kota
4 Shree Shubham Logistics Ltd F&V Kota
5 B.L.Agro Industries F&V Bikaner
6 Dev Milk Foods Pvt. Ltd. Dairy Jaipur
7 Friends Agro Industries F&V Bundi
8 Nokha Agrotech Pvt. Ltd F&V, Spices Bikaner
9 Raghunandan Cold Chember LLP F&V Dholpur

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Infrastructure

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State government initiatives (1/2)


RAJASTHAN STATE INDUSTRIAL POLICY, 2017

Rajasthan Agro-Processing and Agri-Marketing Promotion Policy – 2015

 Food Processing sector has been accorded the status of a Thrust Sector
under the Rajasthan Investment Promotion Scheme, 2014 (RIPS 2014) and
higher incentives and exemptions will now be available under RIPS 2014 to
the units in this sector.
 Interest Subsidy: 5% Interest Subsidy for 5 years for various categories food
processing enterprises
Details of the policy and are given in the next page

 Single window clearances http://swcs.rajasthan.gov.in/ApprovalsList.aspx


 Digitalizing Land Records: Property registration application and payment has
been made online
 Single window form available for processing of investment application
 Single log in for providing seamless access to investors
 The registration process to avail incentives has been simplified and the
number of documents required has been reduced substantially.

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State Government Initiatives (2/2)


Highlights of State Industrial Policy: It includes Concessions and Facilities to
Industries RIICO and Agri-business and Agri-marketing promotion policy.
Highlights
Sector Agro Industries And Food Processing

Nodal Department Department of Industries

Capital Subsidy* No Capital Subsidy Provided under the Policy

New Industries Exempted from New industries in focus districts of Rajasthan have been exempted from
Income Tax in focus Districts of income tax. New Industries in Category "A" will get cent per cent
exemption for the first five assessment years; and for the next five
Rajasthan.
assessment years, 25 per cent exemption. It will be 30 per cent in the
case of companies. While the new industries in Category "B" districts will
get a cent per cent exemption for three assessment years; and for the
next five assessment years 25 per cent exemption; but 30 per cent in
case of companies.

Package On Incentives For Five Growth Abu Road, Dholpur, Khara


Centers (Bikaner), Hamirgarh (Bhilwara),
Projects Set Up At Growth
Jhalawar
Centres
• Interest rebate on land allotment: The present rate of interest of
allotment of land on deferred payment basis is 15% p.a.
• Production Incentive: Production incentive to units located in the
growth centres
• Increase in Moratorium Period: The moratorium period on payment
of principal amount may be increased from one and a half years to
two years for the projects in growth centre area.
• Equity Participation: For projects having total cost of Rs.5.00 crores
and above, RIICO may consider equity participation of 10% limited to
Rs.1.00 crore, depending upon the merit of the project.
Single Window Clearances The State Government having amended the ‘Rules of Business’ has
created three empowered committees to provide all desired clearances
in one go. Single application form has been designed for availing the
clearances.
Land Conversion Simplified Provision has been made for automatic conversion of land in rural areas
upto 5 hectares. If nothing has been heard within 30 days of filing the
application complete in all respects from Authority competent for land
conversion, the land shall be deemed to have been converted and
concerned GM, D.I.C. shall issue a certificate to this effect. Accordingly
Tehsildar/Gram Panchayats shall make necessary entries in the land
record within 7 days.

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Highlights
Foreign Direct & NRI Foreign Direct and NRI Investments will continue to be welcomed in high-
technology areas and infrastructure. Priority in allotment of residential
Investments
houses in new schemes to NRIs by Rajasthan Housing Board, Jaipur
Development Authority and Urban Improvement Trusts, in case they set
up industrial projects in the State.
Power New industrial units having connected load not more than 300 KVA, are
exempted from power cut to the extent feasible.
100% EOUs the investment of which is more than Rs.10 crores are 100%
exempted from power cuts.
Units set up in EPIP/Export Zone/IT Park are exempted from power cuts.
Interest Rebate/Subsidy The ceiling of subsidy amount increased from the present INR15 lacs.to
INR20 lacs. Thus subsidy will now be paid at the rate of 20% of eligible
fixed capital investment, subject to a maximum of INR20 lacs

Stamp duty & Registration fee Exemption (50% ) of stamp duty on purchase or lease of land and
construction/improvement on such land
exemption

Electricity Duty exemption Exemption (50% ) of Electricity duty for seven years

Land Related Exemption (50%) on land tax for a period of seven years
Concession/Exemption 50% exemption of conversion charge payable for change of land use
Government land can be made available for projects which bring new
technologies not existing in the State
100% Exemption for Agro Industries, agro to non-agro use.
Reimbursement on The maximum limit is INR 15 lakhs per beneficiary / per year. This subsidy
will be available for three years
Transportation

Technology up-gradation and 50% of the cost of development of new prototype subject to a maximum
of INR 20 lakhs for each undertaking in a year
R&D related Incentives

Link of policy document http://resurgent.rajasthan.gov.in/resurgent-policies/rajasthan-agro-


processing-and-agri-marketing- promotion-policy-2015.pdf

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Snapshot of Potential Investable Projects


Rajasthan

Project Name Process able Products/ infrastructure Value Proposition

1. Herbs Extractation of dryed Rajasthan contributes 15% of production in


Extraction Unit concentrates from herbs India, and this will improve value addition

2. Malting Unit Malt from Barley The state contributes 60% of the barley
production in the country

3. Milk Processing Processing 100 tonnes of 2nd largest producer of milk in country
Plants milk per day

4. Cattle Feed Processing 500 tonnes of As the 2nd largest milk producer, the state
Manufacturing Feed /Day (output) is also a high volume consumer of cattle
Plants feed

5. Modern 100 heads (small Considering the large populations, the


Abattoir for ruminants) per shift facility is needed
small ruminants

6. Private Market Project proposed by Infrastructure creation


Complex government under PPP

7. Sub Market Project proposed for Infrastructure creation


Yards private sector

8. Pack Houses for Project proposed by Infrastructure creation to complement the


Fruits & government by Private market yards and increasing the value
Vegetables sector chain coverage

9. Cold Storage & Project proposed by Infrastructure creation to complement the


Supply Chain government by Private market yards and increasing the value
sector chain coverage

10. IQF Plant IQF Facility Meat The state is one of the largest producers of
Products red and white meat

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