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PRESENTATION ON FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES . GOALS / OBJECTIVES OF MFPI. Promotion of FPIs resulting in :- Reduction in wastages Value / quality addition Employment generation Remunerative income for farmers . STATUS OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES.

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PRESENTATION

ON

FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES

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GOALS / OBJECTIVES OF MFPI

Promotion of FPIs resulting in :-

  • Reduction in wastages
  • Value / quality addition
  • Employment generation
  • Remunerative income for farmers
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STATUS OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES

  • Size of food market in India - Rs. 8,60,000 Crores
  • Primarily processed food market – Rs. 2,80,000 crore
  • Value added processed food market – Rs. 1,80,000 crore
  • Investment during the 10th plan is estimated at Rs. 62,105

Crores

  • Industry growth rate during the last five years is estimated

at 7.14% against GDP of 6.2%

  • Investment required during next ten years – Rs. 1,50,000

crore

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LEVEL OF PROCESSING, VALUE ADDITION ETC.

  • Fruits & Vegetables Sector at 2%,
  • Poultry 6%
  • Milk 35% (only 13% in modern dairies),
  • Marine products 8%,
  • Buffalo meat 21%.
  • Value addition 20%
  • Wastage – Rs. 58,000 crore
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CONSTRAINTS OF FPI SECTOR

  • Lack of suitable infrastructure
  • Inefficient supply chain vis a vis involvement of middlemen
  • Lack of processable varieties of farm produce
  • Seasonality of raw material
  • High taxation, high packaging cost
  • Affordability and cultural preference of fresh food.
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ROLE OF MFPI

  • Policy support
  • FPI sector delicensed except alcoholic beverages
  • Excise duty waived on F&VP (from 2000 – 01)
  • Income tax holiday for F&VP (from 2004 – 05)
  • Customs duty reduced on freezer van from 20 to 10% (from 2005 – 06)
  • Contd
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(b) Promotional support

  • Assistance for workshop / seminars / fairs / exhibitions
  • Assistance for studies / surveys
  • publications / Films
  • (c) Regulatory
  • Implementation of FPO
  • Implementation of MFPO
  • Enactment of FSS Bill 2005
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(d) Developmental / financial support under various schemes under 10th Plan:-

  • Scheme for infrastructure development
  • Scheme of technology upgradation / establishment /
  • modernization of food processing industries.
  • Scheme for human resource development
  • Schemes for quality assurance, R&D, codex, bar coding
  • and establishment of labs.
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SCHEME FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

  • Food Park Scheme
  • Intends to make provision of common facilities like cold storage, food testing effluent treatment plant, power, water supply, etc.
  • 25% of the project cost in general areas and 33.33% in difficult areas subject to a maximum of Rs.4 crores
  • Land required :- 30 acres
  • Units to be located :- 20 minimum
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VALUE ADDED CENTER

  • 25% of the project cost in general and 33.33 % in difficult areas subject to a ceiling of Rs 50 Lakhs and Rs 75 Lakhs respectively.
  • COLD STORAGE
  • 25% of the project cost in general areas and 33.33% in difficult areas with a common ceiling of Rs.75 lakhs.
  • Admissible for non – horticultural produce
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IRRADIATION FACILITIES

  • Objectives are :-
  • prevent infestation in spices , flour / change in chemical composition of potato etc.
  • Enhance shelf life by irradiation
  • Eligibility for assistance
  • Technology to be guaranteed by he Department of Atomic Energy
  • Grant @ 25% of the project cost in general areas and 33.33% in difficult areas subject to a maximum of Rs.5 crores.
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WHO IS ELIGIBLE

  • Governmental organizations
  • Non-Governmental Organisations
  • Cooperatives
  • Private Sector Industries
  • Public Sector Undertakings
  • HRD and R&D Institutions.
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STATES INITIATIVES REQUESTED

  • Amendment to APMC Acts
  • Lowering of VAT rates
  • Declaring industry seasonal
  • Intergrate promotional infrastructure