INSTANT COFFEE (EIRI-1033)
Instant coffee also known as soluble coffee is the dried water extract of roasted ground coffee. The product consists of brown colored, free flowing particles of uniform size. Most commercial products contain 100% pure "Coffee soluble solids". Instant coffee was included in the army rations during the Civil War and has been available in various forms, for a hundred years. However, it was not until after worldwar II that instant coffee became a popular consumer item. Its product quality is to better method of manufacture as well as trend towards the use of convenience foods. Sale of soluble coffee have levelled off since 1961 but prior to 1961 there was a five fold growth over ten years. However, coffee has been a widely accepted societies beverage for many. The habit of drinking coffee spread rapidly across Europe, especially coffee become known in Vienna. Later its culture spread thoroughly in several countries in South America Central America. West Indies Ceylon and Wester Africa. Instant coffee also known as soluble coffee is made up of soluble coffee solids and is completely soluble in water. Prepared by a process involving the use of percolation with water to extract the ground coffee. The solution is then dried by one of several methods: 1. In Spray Drying the extract liquid is traced through coffee nozzles into a stream of hot air or inert gases, the result of which is almost instantaneous drying. The dried material cobalts in a suitable chamber. 2. Vacuum drying, on a moving belt yields a dried product in the form of flakes which are very soluble even in cold water. 3. Freese drying depends on the removal of water by evoporation in a high vacuum and at very low temperatures. The method yields a product which is closer to brewed coffee than the others, but it is expensive to produce. The larger amount of instant coffee is produced by spray drying.
Plant Capacity 7000 KGS/Day
Land & Building (Area 3000 Sq.Mt.) Rs. 4.05 Cr.
Plant & Machinery Rs. 3.51 Cr.
W.C. for 3 Months Rs. 19.16 Cr.
Total Capital Investment Rs. 26.90 Cr.
Rate of Return 89%
Break Even Point 23%
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ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY REPORT covers
- Uses and Applications
- Market Survey with future aspects
- Present Manufacturers
- Detailed Process of Manufacture
- B.I.S. Specifications
- Process Flow Sheet Diagram, Plant Layout,
- Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis
- Land & Building Requirements with Rates
- List & Details of Plant and Machinery with their Costs
- Raw Materials Details/List and Costs
- Power & Water Requirements
- Labour/Staff Requirements
- Utilities and Overheads
- Total Capital Investment
- Cost of Production
- Break Even Point
- Land Man Ratio
- Suppliers of Plant & Machineries and Raw Materials
- Cash Flow Statement
- Repayment Schedule
- Interest Chart
- Depreciation Chart
- Projected Balance Sheet for 5 Years etc.
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