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Drinking practices vary substantially among different countries and different masses. But both alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages are very popular among all ages of people. The alcoholic drinks market is broadly classified into five classes, starting from beers, wines, hard liquors, liqueurs and others. The Indian alcoholic market has been growing rapidly for the last ten years, due to the positive impact of demographic trends and expected changes like rising income levels, changing age profile, changing lifestyles and reduction in beverages prices. Similarly non-alcoholic drinks market is broadly classified into carbonated drinks, non-carbonated drinks and hot beverages. These include juices, energy drinks, carbonated drinks, tea, coffee and bottled water.

Indian life style has a predilection for fresh fruits and vegetables or those processed at home. There is a sea change. People, are now increasingly going in for fresh fruit vending from kiosk fountains which produce instant juices from fresh fruits in the presence of the consumer. Besides this, growing health consciousness among India’s young population has brought about a revolution in the Indian non-alcoholic drinks market. Among the fruit juices beverages are Pepsi’s Tropicana, nectars (Dabur’s Real) and fruit drinks (Frooti and Slice).All these are real, reconstituted from fruit pulps or concentrates. The leading fruit juice brands include Real, Onjus, Tropicana, Frooti, and Jumpin.

India presents a huge growth potential for alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages sales. Increasing GDP, favourable growth in the demographics with a growing urban middle class, growth of modern retail formats, hopeful rationalization of the taxation rules and ban on local country liquor and rising health consciousness, age preferences will act in favour of the growth of both alcoholic (specially beer) and non alcoholic (specially fruit juices, energy drinks etc) beverages in India in the near future. All new entrepreneurs venturing into this field will find a future which is looking very promising and bright.

Liquor industry has always remained under strict governmental control in terms of capacity creation, distribution, taxation. While overall public perception spells restraint, it is the symbol of high life even in puritan India. The industry poses a dilemma to the state. It cannot resist the temptation of large revenues, while steering clear of the embarrassment of giving encouragement to drinking. A positive feature of allowing the industry to grow and operate is the prevention of illicit production and drinking.

Of the over Rs. 280 bn liquor industry (excluding beer) selling around 450 mn cases annually, a large peg of which (67%) is whisky, followed by brandy and gin at 13%, rum at 17% while the white spirits account for 3% of the market share. Of this, the Indian-made foreign liquor (IMFL) accounts for Rs. 78 bn (86 mn cases) with whisky alone constituting 95%. Besides, there is a large 223 mn case market of low-priced country liquor. Indian spirit market also consumes branded country liquor worth Rs. 125 bn and unbranded country liquor worth Rs. 50 bn.

The growing popularity of wine in India is generating lots of interest among big and small wine producers. This is also reinforced by the fact that the cost for opening and setting up of wine plants with capacity of around 100,000 lts comes only to somewhere between Rs. 10-15 mn mark. As a result many entrepreneurs, Indian and foreign, are entering in this sector.

Global non-alcoholic beverages market, which had a valuation of US$1,435.25 bn in 2013, will expand at a 4.3% CAGR over the period between 2014 and 2020 and reach US$1,937.73 bn by 2020. In terms of volume, the market is expected to expand at a similar 4.9% CAGR, propelling the consumption of non-alcoholic beverages from 912.77 bn liters in 2013 to 1,289.03 bn liters by 2020. The global alcoholic beverages market is anticipated to display moderate growth rate over the 2015-2021 period. The consistent sales of all the product segments (spirits, wine, and beer) have led to the positive growth of the global market over the last few years. Alcoholic drinks market during the forecast period and will occupy around 48% of the total market share by 2020.

 

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Production of Alcohol from Grains. Grain Alcohol Distillery Project

Production of Alcohol from Grains. Grain Alcohol Distillery Project. Food-Grain Based Alcohol Industry. Distilled Spirit - Alcoholic Beverage Grain based alcohol is used for the production of white spirit such as gin and vodka but also as a base for a wide range of flavoured alcoholic beverages. The production of neutral alcohol from malt, grape, apple or sugar has considerably increased over the last few years. There may be local alcohol taxation advantages. This is available in a ready-to-pitch, active form, with proven cost effectiveness versus propagation. Extra-Neutral Alcohol (ENA) is an ethanol grade of 96% purity or higher. Its main use is as the base ingredient in the production of alcoholic spirits. The Extra Neutral alcohol or ENA is a high distillated alcohol without any impurities and others destined to be used in the high cosmetic industry, perfumeries as well as for the production of alcoholic beverages such as whisky, vodka, gin, cane, liqueurs and alcoholic fruit beverages and aperitifs. Till now, molasses is used as raw material for alcohol production. Molasses, a by–product from cane sugar processing, is brownish black in colour with an extremely strong odour. It is used for its sugar content, either as an ingredient in cattle feed or for production of alcohol. Some of the derivatives from alcohol that have been in commercial production are based on molasses as a raw material. Molasses based distilleries produce effluent, which has high BOD/COD as well as dark brown colour and is very difficult to treat. Molasses production in the country is around 70 to 75 Lakh MT per annum. Some of the molasses is consumed to manufacture animal feed. If all of the molasses produced in the country were used for alcohol production, it would produce maximum 1,750 million liters of alcohol. The demand for alcohol in the country is expected to go up to almost 3000 to 3500 million liters by year 2012. Under such circumstances, raw materials other than molasses will have to be used for alcohol production. Though alcohol can be produced directly from sugar cane juice it is not an economic proposal because of its minimum statutory price. On an average, in Maharashtra, the landing price of sugarcane to the sugar factories varies from Rs. 2,000 to 4,000 / MT depending up on availability. In addition, it is a seasonal crop available for about 160 days in a year. Sugar cane cultivation also requires good irrigation facilities. If sugar cane juice is used directly for alcohol production, there will be no by-products produced except Bagasse. There are some distinct advantages of using corn or sorghum for alcohol production. It produces a by-product called ‘Distillers Dry Grain with Soluble’s (DDGS)’ which can be sold as high protein containing animal feed. Quality of alcohol produced from grains is far better than that produced from molasses and thus fetches higher price. CO2 produced during grain alcoholic fermentation after proper processing is of food grade quality. Maize or sorghum or bajara crop cultivation period is about four months and requires comparatively very less irrigation water The process water requirement in case of a grain-based distillery is quite less than its molasses based counterpart, which ultimately saves cost component towards water charges. Market Outlook The Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) segment was estimated to reach a market valuation in excess of INR 1,400 Bn by 2016 end. This reflected a Y-o-Y growth rate of close to 5% over 2015. This segment is estimated to be valued at more than INR 3,000 Bn by 2026, expanding at a CAGR of 5.2% over the forecast period. Indian Made Foreign Liquor segment in the India alcohol market is expected to create absolute INR opportunity of close to INR 80 Bn in 2017 over 2016. Rapid increase in urban population is one of the key factors that is boosting the India alcohol market. GDP per capita income of the country for the year 2014 was pegged at more than US$ 1,595. The increase in per capita disposable income is expected to result in higher consumer spending on different lifestyle products and food and beverages, including alcohol. This increase is expected to drive the growth of the alcohol market in the country. India is the biggest manufacturer of Alcoholic Beverages in the world. Alcoholic Beverages market is matured in India over the years but still it is highly confined to limited varieties. There are around 10 million retail outlets and around 500,000 bars and pubs in the country. In past 5 years Alcoholic Beverages market witnessed a growth of 18.22% from 2010 to 2017. Beer is a rapidly expanding segment in the Indian alcoholic beverages industry. It is the third largest market and second fastest growing market in the Indian alcoholic beverages industry. Beer market has been segmented into strong beer and mild beer on the basis of their alcohol content. Strong beer which has alcohol content more than 5%, dominates the Indian market stating its popularity and preference. ENA market in India reached a volume of more than 3 Billion Litre in 2016, exhibiting a CAGR of around 6% during 2010-2016. A colourless food grade alcohol, ENA contains 96% alcohol by volume (ABV). It has a neutral smell and taste, and is derived from various sources such as sugar cane molasses, grains, denatured spirit, etc. ENA is a high distilled alcohol that contains no impurities and is used for the production of alcoholic beverages, alcoholic fruit beverages and aperitifs. Owing to its properties, it serves as an essential ingredient in the manufacturing of numerous cosmetics and skin care products, as a processing aid in food industry, and as a solvent for colourants and flavours. Almost 90% of the ENA produced in India is used in the manufacturing of potable alcohol, production and consumption of which is continuously rising. Vodka is the fastest growing IMFL segment in India. Its growth is rapidly increasing due to increase in pubs, hotels, restaurants, evolving nightlife and consumer preferences. It has grown over the past 4 years at a CAGR of 19.3%. The rising number of teens entering in the legal drinking age every year along with surging disposable income has resulted in financial independence and increased spending on food and beverages. Beer is a rapidly expanding segment in the Indian alcoholic beverages industry. It is the third largest market and second fastest growing market in the Indian alcoholic beverages industry. Beer market has been segmented into strong beer and mild beer on the basis of their alcohol content. Strong beer which has alcohol content more than 5%, dominates the Indian market stating its popularity and preference. In 2016, consumption of beer in India was 4.6 litres per capita as against 57 litres per capita of fast-growing economies in Asia. Global beer market is expected to garner $688.4 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 6% during the forecast period 2015-2020. India’s wine market was growing with a CAGR of 16.29% over a period of four years. The demand of both the domestic and foreign wines has been growing day by day. There is enough room for each and every wine brand, be it Indian or foreign, in the Indian market as the market has registered a significant percentage of growth in both volume and value terms in recent years. Consumption of red wine is expected to grow from accounting for 61% of total wine consumption in India to 71.6% in 2017. India ranks 77th in terms of world wine consumption. The per capita consumption in India is only 20 ml per year. India consumed 0.8% of total wine consumed in Asia. India exported almost 20 lakh liters or 10% of total production in 2015. India’s wine export was calculated to be around Rs. 80 crore and is expected to increase to Rs. 500 crore in next five years. 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Production of Herbal Wine

Production of Herbal Wine Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Production Schedule, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout, Process Flow Sheet, Cost of Project, Projected Balance Sheets, Profitability Ratios, Break Even Analysis Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented grapes, generally Vitisvinifera or its hybrids with Vitislabrusca or Vitisrupestris. Grapes ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes, water, or other nutrients as yeast consumes the sugar in the grapes and converts it to ethanol and carbon dioxide. Different varieties of grapes and strains of yeasts produce different styles of wine. There are also wines made from fermenting other fruits or cereals, whose names often specify their base, with some having specific names. Wines made from plants other than grapes include rice wine and various fruit wines such as those made from plums or cherries. Some well-known example is hard cider from apples, perry from pears, pomegranate wine, and elderberry wine. For some compounds found in herbs, in fact alcohol is a more effective medium than water. This is why herbal tinctures are an effective method of healing with herbs. In an herbal wine infusion, wine also serves to stimulate the bloodstream, having an overall warming, and soothing impact on the body. Few Indian Major Players of Grape Wine are as under: • Chateau Indage Limited • Grover Vineyards Limited • Sula Wine yards • Sankalp Wines • Renaissance Wines • ND Wines • Vintage Wines • Mandala Valley • Flamingo Wines • Vinicola Market Outlook Indian wine is set for record production levels of some 18 million litres in 2016, but it is the domestic rather than export market that is really driving sales. India’s wine market was growing with a CAGR of 16.29% over a period of four years. The demand of both the domestic and foreign wines has been growing day by day. There is enough room for each and every wine brand, be it Indian or foreign, in the Indian market as the market has registered a significant percentage of growth in both volume and value terms in recent years. Consumption of red wine is expected to grow from accounting for 61% of total wine consumption in India to 71.6% in 2017. India ranks 77th in terms of world wine consumption. The per capita consumption in India is only 20 ml per year. India consumed 0.8% of total wine consumed in Asia. Red wine is the most popular type of wine consumed in Indian followed by white wine. Red wine accounts for 45% consumption followed by white wine 40% and sparkling wine at 10-15% and Rose wine 1-5%. Survey reveals that consumption of wine in India is expected to reach 28 million liters by 2017. Wine consumption in India is expected to grow gradually and could reach 34 million liters by 2020. India exported almost 20 lakh liters or 10% of total production in 2015. India’s wine export was calculated to be around Rs. 80 crore and is expected to increase to Rs. 500 crore in next five years. India’s expanding wine industry is in the midst of a vital transition. Last year, the country’s wine production hit a record 17 million liters, with export sales rising 40 percent year-on-year to reach US$4.4 million in the first 7 months. With a rapidly growing export sector, expanding domestic consumer market and increasing industry support in major wine-producing States, the Indian wine industry has potential to be a global market competitor. 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How to Start Sugarcane Juice Preservation and Bottling Plant

How to Start Sugarcane Juice Preservation and Bottling Plant. Business Ideas of Profitable Food Beverage Manufacturing & Processing. Sugarcane juice is not only like any other sweet juice but it has many other nutrients. Sugarcane juice is extracted from the cane by pressing it through iron rollers. It is nutritious and refreshing. It contains about 15 % natural sugar and is rich in organic salts and vitamins. The juice can also be used for drinking or sweetening. In hot summer days, it is a cooling drink. A little lime juice may be mixed in the juice to improve its flavour. Sugarcane juice is used as a delicious drink in both urban and rural areas in many countries. Sugarcane juice is highly nutritious and thirst quenching drink. The preservation of raw sugarcane juice is very difficult because it turns brown soon after extraction and gets spoiled due to fermentation within hours. The total production of sugarcane in India is about 271 million tonnes.It is grown mainly for producing sweeteners such as sugar, jaggery andkhandasari. A small portion of sugarcane is also utilized for other pur-poses. Sugarcane juice is available almost throughout the country. Nutritional value of Sugarcane: The juice Sugarcane per serving (28.35 grams) contain Energy-111.13 kJ (26.56 kcal), Carbohydrates-27.51 g, Protein-0.27 g, Calcium11.23 mg (1%), Iron 0.37 mg (3%), Potassium41.96 mg (1%), Sodium17.01 mg (1%). Market Outlook India, the second largest producer of sugar after Brazil accounts for 16 percent of world production. Largest sugarcane producing state of India is Uttar Pradesh, which has 38.61% share in overall sugarcane production. The second and third largest states are Maharashtra and Karnataka. Other main sugarcane producing states of India include Bihar, Assam, Haryana, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Sugar cane is the important karif crop which is cultivated in India .India is also the 2nd largest producer of sugarcane in the world. Apart from being a 2 largest producer of sugarcane in the world, India is also a leading sugarcane exporter in the last financial year India exported more than 28 Lakh tons of sugarcane. The sugarcane production in Haryana is 93.4 lakh tons. Tags How to Preserve and Make Sugarcane Juice, Sugar Cane Juice Packing, How to Preserve Sugarcane Juice, How to Preserve Fresh Juice, How to Store Sugar Cane, How to Set up Sugarcane Juice Business, Sugarcane Juice Making, How to Make Sugar Cane Juice, Sugarcane Juice Making, How to Extract of Sugarcane Juice, Sugarcane Juice Extraction, Preservation of Sugarcane Juice, Start Bottling of Sugarcane Juice, Sugarcane Juice Beverage, Sugarcane Juice Processing, Project on Preserved Sugarcane Juice, Sugarcane Juice Preservation, Sugarcane Juice Bottling, Sugarcane Juice Bottling Project, Sugarcane Juice Extraction and Packaging in Aseptic Packaging, Sugarcane Juice Extraction and Preservation, Project Report on Sugarcane Juice Preservation Unit, Sugarcane Juice Preservation Project Report, Process for Preservation of Sugarcane Juice, Sugarcane Juice Bottling Packaging, Sugarcane Juice Bottling Plant, Sugarcane Juice Extraction Process, Sugarcane Juice Preservation Business Plan, Sugarcane Juice Bottling Plant in India, Processing and Storage of Sugarcane Juice, Process for Manufacturing and Packaging of Sugar Cane Juice, Packaged Sugarcane Juice, Storage of Sugarcane Juice, Sugarcane Processing, Sugarcane Cultivation, Methods for Cultivation and Processing of Sugarcane, Method for Producing Sugar Cane Juice, Processing of Sugarcane, Sugarcane Processing project ideas, Projects on Small Scale Industries, Small scale industries projects ideas, Sugarcane Juice Bottling Based Small Scale Industries Projects, Project profile on small scale industries, How to Start Sugarcane Juice Preservation in India, Sugarcane Processing Projects, New project profile on Sugarcane Juice Preservation, Project Report on Sugarcane Processing, Detailed Project Report on Sugarcane Juice Bottling, Project Report on Sugarcane Juice Preservation, Pre-Investment Feasibility Study on Sugarcane Juice Bottling, Techno-Economic feasibility study on Sugarcane Processing, Feasibility report on Sugarcane Juice Bottling, Free Project Profile on Sugarcane Processing, Project profile on Sugarcane Juice Bottling, Download free project profile on Project report for bank loan, Project report for bank finance, Project report format for bank loan in excel, Excel Format of Project Report and CMA Data, Project Report Bank Loan Excel, Detailed Project Plan Report
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Mahua Alcoholic Beverage Production

Mahua Alcoholic Beverage Production. Country Liquor Processing Business. Mahua longifolia is an Indian tropical tree found largely in the central and north Indian plains and forests. It is commonly known as mahua, mahwa or Iluppai. Mahua is a common tree in deciduous forests of India, quite prominent in states of Andhra Pardesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh., Orissa, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. Mahua flowers are in dense fascicles near end of the branches having 1.5 cm long fleshy cream coloured corolla tube and are scented. Flowering period of Mahua is from the month of March to May. It is cultivated in warm and humid regions for its oleaginous seeds (producing between 20 and 200 kg of seeds annually per tree, depending on maturity), flowers and wood. The fat (solid at ambient temperature) is used for the care of the skin, to manufacture soap or detergents, and as a vegetable butter. It can also be used as a fuel oil. The seed cakes obtained after extraction of oil constitute very good fertilizer. The flowers are used to produce an alcoholic drink in tropical India. This drink is also known to affect the animals. Several parts of the tree, including the bark, are used for their medicinal properties. It is considered holy by many tribal communities because of its usefulness As for liquor, mahua is a sacred drink for adivasis, and one of the world's best when distilled properly. Mahua flowers are rich in sugar (68-72%), in addition to a number of minerals and one of the most important raw materials for alcohol fermentation. The present investigation was for the development of a non-distilled alcoholic beverage from Mahua flowers. Mahua (Madhuca indica) has been used for liquor production, for centuries, by the tribals. However, wine from mahua flower is not common. Fermentation conditions were standardized for mahua wine preparation. Wine made from different mahua germplasm showed no significant difference in terms of biochemical and sensory quality. The liquor produced from the flowers is largely colourless, with a whitish tinge and not very strong. The taste is reminiscent of sake with a distinctive smell of mahua flowers. It is inexpensive and the production is largely done in home stills. Uses of Mahua The Mahua tree is a very important source of food for the Gonds and other tribes in Central and Western India. They are also used for making alcohol, vinegar, syrups and jams. Mahua oil is largely used in the manufacture of soaps, besides cooking. Mahua flowers and seeds have healing Power and Curative Properties, used in Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Diabetes, Piles, Arthritis, Problem of Breast Milk Secretion, Bleeding Gums, Tonsillitis, Eczema, and Skin Disorders. Mahua flowers are also considered good for cooling, and are used as a tonic and demulcent. However an estimated 90 per cent of the production goes into brewing beverages. In traditional medicine, the flowers are used for a variety of purposes. An extract of the flowers is used for heart disease and to treat excessive vaginal discharge. This is also believed to be good for the eyes, TB, asthma, blood diseases, thirst and burning sensations. The flowers are also believed to be aphrodisiacs and to increase the quantity (but not necessarily the quality) of sperm. 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Production of Pulpy Fruit Drinks

Production of Pulpy Fruit Drinks. Fruit Juice with Fruit Pulp Manufacturing Business. Fruit Beverages & Drinks Processing Project. The Indian juice industry was pegged at US$3.5 billion in 2012 and is estimated to reach US$21.14 billion by 2018. The per capita consumption of fruit juice-based beverage is 45 litre in Germany, 42.5 litre in Switzerland and 39 litre in the US. In India, the per capita consumption is just 20 ml, which is negligible compared to other countries. Hence, there exists huge untapped potential in this segment. Shift in consumer preference towards non-carbonated fruit beverages, raising concern over obesity and other health issues, a change in lifestyle, affordability and availability of packaged juices are some of the reasons behind the rise of the packaged fruit juice market. 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 per cent fruit content, are the highest-selling category, with a 60 per cent share of the market. The current market size for the fresh fruit juice business in India is around 3200 crore. The market is estimated to grow at the rate of 25%-30%, owing to factors like urbanization, increasing disposable income and entry of organized players into the market. The pulp and fruit juice production volume amounted to 151.3 thousand metric tons in the country during fiscal year 2017, up from 143.8 thousand metric tons in fiscal year 2016. Fruit juices have today become an essential part of human diet and are preferred by all the age groups as they are a good source of instant energy and vital nutrients. Fruit juices can be easily obtained by extracting the pulp of fruits and are generally consumed as a beverage or may be used for flavouring in foods. The global market for fruit juice and nectars was worth 44 Billion Litres in 2015 and is further expected to reach a volume of 50 Billion Litres by 2021. Fruit juice market represents one of the fastest growing sectors and is currently evolving at a fast pace. The global fruit juice market is gaining impetus due to a number of factors. Rising dietary and health concerns among consumers is one the key factors giving a push to the global fruit juice market. Owing to the high nutritional content and refreshing attributes of fruit juices, there has been a major shift in consumer preferences from carbonated drinks to the non-carbonates and natural beverages like fruit juices. Several other factors like population growth, rising disposable incomes, product innovations, premiumisation and growing demand from emerging markets are also inducing the growth of the global market for fruit juices. The global demand for tropical fruit juices has been increasing for the past few years. Sweet aromatic taste of mango is the major factor driving the growth of mango fruit juice market. Rising health concerns and amount of nutrition in fruit juices successfully influenced the growth of mango juice market. Europe is the major consumer of fruit juices which comprises more than 20% consumption of mango juice in Europe of which more than 50% consumed in United Kingdom. Countries in Asia, South America and Africa are the major producer of mango and major exporters to North America and Europe. Major producers are responsible for more than 90% domestic consumption. Mango beverages are one of the fastest growing fruit juice categories, which are outpacing the carbonated drinks in terms of volume growth. Mango Fruit juices are majorly known for its taste and acquire largest market in Asian countries such as China, India and Indonesia. Few Indian Major Players are as under: • Capricorn Food Products India Ltd. • Dabur Foods Ltd. • Foods & Inns Ltd. • Maa Fruits India Pvt. 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Profitable Grape Wine Production Business

Profitable Grape Wine Production Business. Fruit Wine Industry in India. How to Start Your Own Winery Business Grape wines are more popular than the fruit wines. But, customers are shifting towards fruit wines as they have a wide variety of products along with having the ability to please people with different tastes. The customers with habits of trying new varieties of wines are motivating the producers to constantly produce new flavors of fruit wines. The health benefits of fruit wines, style and brand appeal, royal fragrance, ability to fit any cuisine, and refreshing taste attract customers to consume various types of fruit wines. And the popularity is increasing rapidly in India. Grape wine is actually a fermented grape juice. Broadly, there are three different types of wines. These are fortified, sparkling and table. Generally, fortified wines have the higher alcohol content (around 14 to 30%). However, these are less perishable and you can get it stable without pasteurization. India is a large market for grape wine. In addition, the market is growing very fast. Nowadays, consumers can buy good quality wines from the supermarkets and shopping malls. In addition, online selling allows customers to get the products at their doorsteps. Earlier the choice was limited. Now there are over 200 wine labels available in Mumbai alone. Also, there is a growing demand for Indian wines outside the country. Availability of good quality Indian wine at half the price has resulted in a continuous increase in demand. Gradual awareness about the basic difference between wines and hard drinks is also helping the wine industry. Thus, India provides a large virgin market for wine. The grape wine industry in Maharashtra, particularly in Nashik and Sangli districts, has registered tremendous growth in the last few years. Currently, total grape wine production in India is 1.04 crore litres, of which 94.79 lakh litres is produced in Maharashtra. The total investment in wineries in the state stands at Rs 160.31 crore. Wine consumption is primarily based on consumers’ preference for taste. The wide variety of grapes, different soil and climate conditions, and various winemaking and viticulture practices affect the quality, taste and appearance of wine. Hence, the consumers naturally demand for information regarding the properties of wine such as from which grape variety it was produced, where the vineyard was, or in which vintage it was produced. Wine is expected to perform well over the forecast period as increasing excise and trade restrictions on other spirits have led to many consumers shifting to wine. Additionally, a growing number of middle-income consumers in the country have been gradually developing a taste for wine. Rising youth population together with growing affluence amid middle-class, penchant for exotic tourism and other related factors are likely to push the growth of emerging wine industry in India. Fruit wine is prepared from the juice of a ripe fruit and fermented naturally with yeast. The alcohol formation in the fruit wine is through natural fermentation of the fruits and its content primarily varies in between 5% to 15%. In order to increase alcohol content, yeasts requires sugar for generation of alcohol. The process called capitalization is an alcohol enrichment process by addition of sugar in the fruit wine. The market is valued at USD 287.39 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 402 billion by 2023, at a 5.8% CAGR during the forecast period 2018 - 2023. The wine market is huge, largely dominated by the European and North American countries. The USA, France, Italy, and Spain are the largest producers and consumers of wine. In the international trade, the European region has more than 50% share of the global wine trade. Currently, there are about one million small and big wine makers globally and the world’s most famous brands (around 84%) are French. The wine consumption is declining in the traditional markets. It is growing rapidly (x4 since 2000) in the Asian markets. Asia-Pacific accounts for 16% of value of global wine imports. The global wine market is driven by the consumption habits of wine, rapid urbanization, the changing lifestyles and high disposable incomes, and popularity of wine products during social celebrations and aging population preferring wine over hard drinks. Few Indian major players are as under • Charosa Wineries Ltd. • Four Seasons Wines Ltd. • Grover Zampa Vineyards Ltd. • Indage Vintners Ltd. • Millennium Spirits Pvt. Ltd. • N D Wines Pvt. Ltd. Grape Wine Manufacturing Process: Step 1 – Harvesting As the grapes ripen the concen­tration of sugars and aroma compounds rises and the concen­tration of acids falls. The aim at harvest is to pick the grapes at their optimum compos­ition. This depends on the type of wine to be produced. For example, sparkling wine requires a higher acidity than still table wine. The develo­pment of the grapes is followed by taking samples of the grapes at regular intervals from a few weeks before the expected optimum levels will be reached. The samples are analyzed for pH (using a pH meter), acid (by titration with sodium hydrox­ide), sugar (by refractive index or chemical reduction of copper salts) and flavour compounds (by tasting). When optimum levels are reached, the grapes are harvested. Step 2 - Crushing and Destemming Sulphur dioxide (5 - 10% solution of metabisulphite) is usually added to the grape bunches as they are fed into the crushe­r/destemmer. The stems are removed as the bunches pass through a perforated rotating cylinder in which the grapes fall through the perfor­ations while the stems are separated out by beathers. The berries are then passed through rollers and crushed. The SO2 inhibits the growth of wild icroorgansisms and prevents oxidative browning of the juice. Molecular SO2 is the active biocide, but in solution this is in equili­brium with inactive HSO3-. At wine pH only 2 - 8%2 of the SO2 exists in the molecular form, but this is usually sufficient to give the required protec­tion. Wherever possible during the manufa­cturing process the juice is kept under a blanket of CO2 to exclude air, and if necessary more SO2 is added to maintain the level of molecular SO2 at a minimum of 80ppm. Step 3 - Pressing The free-run juice is separated from the crushed berries, which are pressed by gentle squeezing to obtain a high quality juice. The juice is allowed to settle overnight or is centri­fuged to clarify it. If necessary pectolytic enzymes are added to remove haze. Finally, the pulp is then squeezed almost dry. This final juice is of low quality and is used for cask wine or fermented for distil­lation into alcohol for sherry or port production. Step 4 - Fermentation Fermentation is begun by inoculating the juice with the chosen wine yeast. This yeast catalysis a series of reactions that result in the conversion of glucose and fructose to ethanol: C6H12O6? 2C2H5OH + 2CO2 the drivin­g-force behind this reaction is the release of energy stored in the sugars to make it available to other biological processes. In aerobic condit­ions, the reaction can proceed further and convert the ethanol to H2O and CO2, releasing all of the energy present in the original sugars. This process is undesi­rable in wine produc­tion, so fermen­tation is usually carried out under a blanket of CO2 to exclude oxygen and hence maximize alcohol production. Step 5 - Purification In former times, after fermen­tation was complete, the wine was heavily treated to alter the pH, compos­ition etc. to give it a desirable flavour, appearance etc. Very few such measures are used today, but those that are retained are outlined briefly below. Proteins and tannins that are suspended in colloidal form in the wine are precip­itated out with substances such as gelatin or adsorbed to the surface of substances such as bentonite. This process is called fining. The wine is often also clarified in a process called racking. This is the drawing off of the wine from the lees (sediment formed). Wine is often also cold stabilized (left at 0 to -3oC for 10 - 14 days) to crystallize out any potassium bitartrate.
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Mango Juice

A non-carbonated beverage flavored by the pulp from mangos. A mango is a tropical fruit that has a flavor which tastes like a blend of pineapple, apricot, and peach. The mango nectar has a delicate flavor that is both sweet and sour, much like the mango fruit. It is yellowish orange in color and has a smell that resembles a fresh mango. Mango nectar is sometimes used as an ingredient to flavor mixed cocktails. The global fruit and vegetable juices market size was valued at USD 154.18 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.93% during the forecast period. Rise in consumption of these products, change in consumer tastes, adoption of healthier diet, and advent of cold pressed juices are the major factors accelerating the growth of this market globally. Fruit and vegetable juices are one of the fastest growing segment in the beverages industry owing to increasing health concerns among consumers. Health and fitness have become vital in today’s world and there has been a latent shift in the consumption of healthy juices from aerated sodas.
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Mango Processing (Pulp & Juices)

Mango Pulp is the concentrated mango juice obtained on processing of various varieties of mangoes. The processed mango pulp has enhanced shelf life and has significant export potential. The mango pulp can further be used to produced own stream products like mango jelly. The canned mango pulp has about 2 years of shelf life without using a cold storage. Canned Mango pulp is consumed as a fruit juice and in the processing of mango jelly. The technology for the manufacture of various canned and bottled fruits and vegetable products is well established. The harvested mangoes are put in ripening chambers or sheds and are periodically checked for further processing. Processed mango product market for primary and secondary processed mango products will expand at over 5.9% and 7.3% respectively and the market is expected to reach US$ 705 Mn and 15,776 Mn by 2026. Demand for processed mango products in Asia Pacific is likely to remain concentrated in India and China due to the presence of larger number of consumers and an application base. The South America processed mango product market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.7% and 7.1% respectively for primary processed mango product and secondary processed mango product. Middle East & Africa region is also expected to expand at a CAGR of 6.6% and 7.0% respectively for primary and secondary processed mango products. South Africa is expected to generate the highest revenue in the region. The markets in North America and Europe are also expected to expand at a gradual rate for processed mango products.
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Grape Wine

Wine can be made from grapes, fruits, berries etc. Most wine, though, is made from grapes. And no matter what the wine is made from, there must be fermentation, that is, that sugar be transformed into alcohol. If the amount of alcohol is relatively low, the result is wine. If it is high, the result is "distilled liquor," like gin or vodka. White wines can be made from pigmented grapes by removal of skins, pulp and seeds before juice fermentation. Wines might be "fortified," "sparkling," or "table." Wine production in India, though still at a nascent stage, is likely to reach 18 million liter this year and 21 million liter by 2018 from 17 million liter estimated last year, according to a study. The year-on-year growth rate has clocked five%, a just concluded study by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) said. Thus, due to demand it is best to invest in this project. Few Indian major players are as under • Charosa Wineries Ltd. • Four Seasons Wines Ltd. • Grover Zampa Vineyards Ltd. • Indage Vintners Ltd. • Millennium Spirits Pvt. Ltd. • N D Wines Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: Grape Wine (Each Bottle 750 ml Size): 444 Bottles/DayPlant & machinery: Rs 164 lakhs
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Soda Water in Plastic Pouches

Soda water is fizzy water used for mixing with alcoholic drinks and fruit juice. Soda water is carbonated water and is often used for mixing with alcoholic drinks and fruit juice. Soda Water is carbonated water with a small amount of sodium bicarbonate (aka Baking Soda) in it. It is used in making many cocktails. Soda water is water into which low levels of pressurized carbon dioxide has been dissolved. Soda water has long been considered a wholesome alternative to regular water. Soda water has that characteristic fizz and slightly sour flavor which is why it is preferred by those who dislike the flat taste of plain still water. And aside from it being a zero-calorie drink, soda water offers a handful of other health benefits as well. Carbonated drinks are those drinks that bubbles and fizzes with dissolved carbon dioxide gas in it. Many people find the fizzy sensation to be pleasing and are fond of the slight different taste that carbon dioxide provides. The health concerns by the consumers are leading the manufacturers to shape their corporate strategy, with diet and low-calorie varieties in the global market. The industry has moved far beyond simply offering low or reduced-sugar versions of their brands, reformulating their products to include natural rather than artificial additives. The global carbonated beverages market is expected to reach USD 412.5 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 2.8%, during the forecast period. Carbonated beverages sector is one of the matured industries in the worldwide beverages market. In the recent past, the industry has undergone major changes regarding product innovations and offerings. To face the growing market challenges, companies are bringing new flavors keeping in mind the health and wellness concerns of consumers. In the recent times, the global carbonated beverages market has undergone a number of changes and the scenario is projected to remain same over the next few years. The increasing base of the young population, specifically in developing economies, together with the rise in the purchasing power of consumers is anticipated to boost this market significantly in the years to come. Some of the key players in the global soda production market are Jones Soda Co., Cott Corporation, The Coca-Cola Company, Trend Drinks, Faygo Beverages Inc., Asahi Soft Drinks Co. Ltd., Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., and PepsiCo Inc. The Coca-Cola Company holds the largest share in the market, followed by Pepsico Inc. and Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc.
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