Indus Mega Food Park Panwa

Report
Indus Mega Food Park
Panwa Khargone
Dr. Pradyumna Agrahari
COO
Indus Mega Food Park
Building a model ‘Food Processing Park ’ who catalyze food
processing activities in catchment area through strong backward
linkages along with innovative agricultural and processing
practices
Core Infrastructure
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IQF Frozen Line for Fruits and vegetables ( 5MT/hr)
Frozen Cold Storage ( 2000 MT)
Bulk Potato Cold Storage ( 5000 MT)
Dried Chillies Cold Storage ( (6000 MT)
Central quality laboratory
Dry Warehouse
Effluent Treatment Plant
Electricity Distribution: ( 5 MW)
Weigh bridge
Water supply from Narmada: 1750 Kilo Liters Per
Day
• Water Reservoir
Incentives for food processing
Industries at Indus Mega Food Park
Capital Subsidy: A capital subsidy of 15% limited to Rs. 25 Lakh in addition to 25%
capital subsidy provided by the Government of India.
Assistance on Power Consumption: Cold storage, ripening chambers, Individual
Quick Freeze plant & cold chambers to get assistance @Rs. 1.50/ unit on 25% of the
units actually consumed.
Entry Tax Exemption: 100% exemption for 5-9 years depending upon fixed capital
investment.
Interest Subsidy on term loan: Micro, small & medium manufacturing industries to
get interest subsidy @ 5% for a period of 7 years subject to a maximum of Rs. 20
Lakh.
VAT Exemption: 50% exemption for a period of 5 years if the capital investment is less
than 10 crores & 75% exemption for a period of 10 years if capital investment is more
than 10 crores. Exemption is limited to the amount of fixed capital invested.
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Incentives for food processing
Industries at Indus Mega Food Park
D.P.R. Cost reimbursement: Small scale industries to get 1% of of project cost. Large &
medium industries to get 0.5% of the project cost subject to a limit of Rs. 3 Lakh.
Freight concession for exports: 30% air freight and road transport charges upto Inland
Container Depot (ICD)/ Port for export of perishable goods will be reimbursed subject
to a ceiling of Rs. 5 Lakh.
Certification Cost reimbursement: 50% of cost of latest quality certification subject to
a maximum of Rs. 5 lakh.
R&D cost reimbursement: Up to Rs. 5 lakh for every patent obtained & 50%
expenditure on technology transfer from Government research centres subject to a
maximum of Rs. 5 Lakh.
Marketing Assistance: 85% of airfare of economy class for 2 people & 50% space rental
charge up to a maximum of Rs. 5 Lakh once in 5 years.
IQF and Potato Plant
IQF Plant
Farming Intervention
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Takes away Market Risk from Farmers
Removes middle-men
Farmers Economics & Livelihood
Technological Intervention
Transparent Procurement System
Crop Diversifications
Inputs Support
Farm Advisory
Adaptation of Good Agriculture Practices
Crop Production Initiative
Sweet Corn Production
Sweet Corn Production
Chillies Production Under Modern
Technology
Chillies Production Under Modern
Technology
Chillies Production Under Modern
Technology
Farmars Training and Visit
Farmers Economics & Livelihoods
 Largely working with small and marginal farmers
 Technology transfer through strong field extension team
 Reduced cost of cultivation through supply of high quality
inputs and appropriate use of production technologies.
 Round the year production through appropriate crop
rotation for sustainable agriculture.
 Income augmentation from crop residue management
 Availability of high quality fodder for their animals
Thank You

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