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Fructose Syrup From Broken Rice (hfs 90%)- Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

Glucose syrup is a popular substitute for sugar. It is more commonly referred to as corn syrup because its main ingredient is usually cornstarch. From a strictly chemical perspective, glucose syrup is the proper term for any liquid starch consisting of carbohydrates. In addition to cornstarch, it can be made from any form of starch, including wheat, rice or potatoes. Because of its successful and easy bonding with dry or solid substances, this syrup is the preferred sweetener for candy, chewing gum, jams, jellies and canned fruit. The main benefit of this syrup over regular granulated sugar is its non-crystallizing properties. It is also praised for its preservative qualities. Makers of chocolate, ice cream and bakery products also prefer this syrup to sugar. Ice cream makers appreciate the anti-melting feature it adds to the frozen treat. Cream and fruit fillings in bakery products get a lot of their fluffiness and bulk from this type of syrup. Non-sweet foods and drinks also benefit from glucose syrup. The syrup also aids in fermentation and brewing processes utilized in beer and alcohol production. The high carbohydrate content preferred in processed baby foods is provided by the addition of this sugar substitute as well. Products not normally associated with sugar or sweeteners, such as pharmaceuticals, also contain this versatile syrup. It is used to flavor cough syrups and to make the coatings on vitamin and medicine tablets. Chewing tobacco is flavored with glucose syrup as well, which makes it appealing to the palate. The tobacco used in cigarette production is treated with this syrup solution to smooth out the taste of the tobacco. Both products also remain fresher longer due to the addition of this sweet additive. Non-consumables, such as leather, benefit from glucose syrup used in the tanning process. Dipping leather in glucose syrup gives it an appealing, glossy shine and makes the grain look fine. The syrup also makes the leather more pliable. When incorporated into oil extraction procedures, glucose syrup aids in the thickening process and adds gumming properties. Along those same lines, it stabilizes glues and adhesives and aids in keeping concrete from hardening too quickly. High fructose syrup is one kind of colorless or light yellow, transparent ropy liquid. It is gentle and sweet with special odour of fructose with neither any abnormal taste nor impurities. It has two types: one is 42%, the other is 55%. Fructose is processed from hydrolyzed rice starch and contains fructose a simple sugar carbohydrate, just like sucrose. It is about 95% sweeter than sucrose, less expensive than sugar, and mixed well in many foods. The content of fructose is more than 42% of total carbohydrates. USES & APPLICATION For human health, it can stimulate the metabolism of blood alcohol, which is helpful to prevent the damage caused by the excessive blood alcohol. A patient with 500ml fructose (40%) injection mainlined will gain good recovery. Fructose is one of natural carbohydrates that consist in fruits as well as in honey. With high sweet it can substitute for sucrose, which has some advantages: Fructose, also called "fruit sugar", is another important hexose found in many fruits and vegetables. Fructose satisfies the "sweet tooth", tasting twice as sweet as sucrose so it can be used in lower amounts. With good sweet sense and taste it is favorable for the use in carbonated drinks, beverages. It has already be used in some big drinks such as Coca Cola. Pepsi-Cola etc. It can improve textures and enhance colors without masking natural flavors, as in canned fruits and vegetables. So, it has already been a king of good sweetener in the beverage industry. It maintains moisture so cakes or breads keep soft, fresh without going stale and longer shelf life. It can depress freezing to prevent crystal formation in ice cream and other frozen desserts and keep products soft and delicious. Fructose is widely used in beverages, carbonated drinks, fruit drinks, breads, cakes, tinned fruits, jams, succades, dairy foods etc. MARKET SURVEY Indian tops the list sugar producing countries. The status of sugar industries in India, indicates that the existing sugar mills are a typical mix of old and new plants. Per capita consumption of sugar and other products like Gur and Khandsari is going up and is expected to increase from 12.3 and 12.5 kg to 17.0 kg and 16.0 kg respectively by the end of this century. Studies on the raw material situation for the last 13 years reveal, that cane production has stagnated at about 60 tons per hectare with less than 1% increase per year from 1977-78 to 1989-90. Any scope of enhanced production of sugar-cane must come mainly from the development of high yielding varieties and improved farm practices. The limitation of traditional sources for meeting the ever increasing demand of sweeteners must be recognized. Therefore, manufacture of sweeteners based on starchy materials offers an attractive source to fill up the demand-supply gap of sugar as suggested by experts. The Indian scene of HFCS industry is at a nascent stage. One or two units engaged in this field are either in the establishment stage or had stopped producing HFCS due its high cost of production and poor demand in the consumer sector. The production and consumption of this particular product is not only limited due to its high cost, but also due to a general non-awareness about HFCS in the society. So, promotion of HFCS industry also demands an intensive campaign, highlighting the important advantages of HFCS, especially its rapid metabolism process in the human body and independence of insulin. The know-how for the manufacture of maize starch and its subsequent conversion to liquid glucose, meltodextrines, dextrose and sorbitol is indigenously available. HFCS is finding an increased use in soft drinks manufactured in the advanced countries. 50% to complete replacement of sugar with HFCS has been permitted in the U.S.A. Soft drink manufacturers in the country may also be persuaded to opt initially for at least 15-20% replacement. Gradually, other industries like bakery, processed foods, ice-creams etc., should also consider sugar replacement by HFCS.
Plant capacity: 30 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs. 343 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 1525 Lakhs
Return: 24.28%Break even: 55.59%
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