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    How To Start Bakery and Confectionery Industry

    The one thing that doesn’t seem to slow down at all, is the bakery industry of any country, especially India. Be it a small bakery unit, a mom and pop shop or a simple bakery cottage, the spread of this particular industry is far and wide. Most of the bakery empire lies in the unorganized side of things. Almost 2 million bakeries of India come under the unorganized sector, which accounts for almost 60 percent of the confectionery production.

    The goodness of baked goods is counted in the processed foods category. All your guilty pleasures such as the cakes, pastries, the yummy breakfast cereals, biscuits, and bread, all fall under this category.

    Apart from being filled with the rich flavors, bread and other bakery products also boast convenience. Especially among the Britons and full-time working folks, these items act as a quick and convenient meal choice. Instead of having to cook up a dish, you can simply mix some cereal and have a nutritious and tasty breakfast. Bread, for instance, can be extremely multipurpose. Be it sandwiches, toasts or a simple bite to be eaten with cheese or milk, bread can serve all your hunger pangs, without stomping on your already tight schedule.

    The per capita consumption of baked goods and the trends of food items in this area are going up by the minute. This is a clear indication of how fruitful this industry is, and any person wanting to set up a business in this field will have ample of untapped opportunities to explore Novelty, as known by everyone, is the best weapon in a budding businessman’s arsenal.

    Let’s take the example of India. As gradually, things are becoming more and more westernized, the need for packed goods is also increasing. People need food that can be consumed with the least amount of effort, in a short amount of time. Hence, the market potential is huge. A person wanting to earn big bucks in the baked goods industry can easily capitalize on the population’s need to have quick and convenient meal options.

    The hard boiled candies, various toffees and other sugar based products are a huge part of the Indian Confectionery market. Up until now, only 17 percent of the Indian households have been tapped. Products including chocolate, sugar goods and gum are the most popular items in almost all the Indian age groups. If an entrepreneur chooses to capitalize on these items, or instead chooses to diversify, either way, there is a lot of money making that can be done in this area. Hence, the potential for growth is huge. There are still many mouths in our country, which haven’t been fed with the sugary goodness of baked goods. The only thing to be taken care of, is that the packaging needs to be absolutely perfect, so the baked goods don’t lose their goodness before reaching the end consumer.

    The Indian confectionery industry is still in the growth stage and is constantly evolving. The potential is humongous. A sound business plan and the right strategies are sure to do the trick.

     BISCUIT MANUFACTURING UNIT[CODE NO.4064]  The term ‘Biscuit’ refers to the small round bread leavened with baking powder or soda and covers a large variety of sweet, salted, filled and coated biscuits. Biscuits are eaten by all sections of people across the boa..
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    CONFECTIONERY UNIT (TOFFEE, CANDY/LOLLIPOP, CHEWING GUM, BUBBLE GUM & CHOCOLATE) [CODE NO.3772]   Confectionery or sweetmeats are preserved edible delicacies consisting of a solid or crystalline phase and a liquid or non-crystalline phase the relative proportion of which determine the..
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    ICE CREAM STABILIZER [CODE NO.3746] Ice cream is a complex food colloid that consists of air bubbles, fat globules, ice crystals and an unfrozen serum phase. Ice crystals and air bubbles are generally in the range of 20–50 μm. The air bubbles are usually to some extent coated with fat g..
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    RASGULLA MANUFACTURING AND CANNING [CODE NO.3691]   Rasgulla – A very popular Bengali sweet, which is soft, Juicy & Spongy made from milk and the most popular sweet delicacy in Calcutta as well as rest of India and the world. Rasgulla is a syrupy sweet of Bengal and Orissa. It is mainl..
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    BAKERY GEL (TRANSULUCENT SEMI SOLID PASTE)[CODE NO.3673]   The use of emulsifying agents in bake goods (bread, cake buns) is wide spread. Generally speaking, the emulsifying agent appears to serve two purposes. In the actual preparation of the dough, the presence of the agent serves to impro..
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    AUTOMATIC BAKERY BUSINESS TO PRODUCE PUFFS, CROISSANT ETC. [3547] Puff pastry is the main example of a laminated paste and there are related products such as Danish pastry, croissant, and crackers which are yeast raised. Puff pastry is lighter, flakier, and more delicate than standard short ..
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    SWEETS, NAMKEEN, MURABBA & PICKLESS MANUFACTURING PLANT [3534] Sweets, Namkeen, Murabba and Pickles manufacturing unit is having a huge demand in India as well as export market. Though there are many manufacturers of these products in India, Still, there is a huge demand and supply gap. The ..
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    TMT BAR AND WIRE ROD [CODE NO.3394]   (A) TMT BAR TMT bars or Thermo-Mechanically Treated bars are high-strength reinforcement bars having a tough outer core and a soft inner core. The very first step of the manufacturing process involves passing the steel wires through a rolling m..
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    ICE TUBE MANUFACTURING  [CODE NO. 3282] Tube Ice: Tube ice, commonly called cylinder ice, is formed by freezing potable water on the inside of a series of vertical metal cylinders around which refrigerant is evaporating at a low temperature. When the cylinders are nearly full of ice, hot g..
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    CANDY MANUFACTURING (CAP: 300 TON/MONTH) [CODE NO.3252]   Candy making is the preparation of candies and sugar confections. Candy is made by dissolving sugar in water or milk to form a syrup, which is boiled until it reaches the desired concentration or starts to caramelize. The ty..
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    BISCUIT MANUFACTURING CAP: 20 TON/DAY  [CODE NO. 3242]  Around the world Biscuits is the principal food and provides more nutrients than any other single food source. The value of grain in the world used for human consumption is over 2, 3 times of the value of the world iron and steel prod..
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    BAKERY UNIT (RUSK, PASTRIES, BREAD, BUNS CAKE, TOFFEE, ETC.) 1.2 TONS/DAY [CODE NO. 3119]   The bread industry in India, valued at INR 33bn (~USD 0.53 bn) in FY 2015(E), grew at a CAGR of ~9% over the last three years. Value Notes estimates that the industry will be worth approximately..
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