Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

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Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing
Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

Kurkure type namkeen manufacturing comes under the food processing industry. India govt providing special incentives in the form of subsidy @25% to grow up such industrial products. This project will be started up to Rs.25.00 lakhs under the PMEGP scheme with a 35% subsidy and 5% margin money and this will be the starting period. This unit required a minimum of 1500 sft. For details on the PMEGP scheme please go to the page PMEGP Loan Scheme. The food processing industry in India is a sunrise sector that has gained prominence in recent years. Availability of raw materials, changing lifestyles and The relaxation of policies has given a major push to the development of the industry. This region is among those that act as an important link between the agriculture and industrial sectors of the economy. It is important to strengthen this link Importance for improving the value of agricultural produce; Ensure remuneration creating prices for farmers and favorable demand for Indians at the same time Agricultural products in the world market. Thrust for the food processing sectors. Significant development of the agricultural sector means and ensures value apart from this.


Introduction & Market prospects

Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing
Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

The project will be set up to manufacture different varieties of Namkeens along with crunchy types of snack foods and dal moth, Chanachur and Bhujia are important names that enhance taste and flavor as processed foods. These are the food products that have no historical background and become synonymous with the market and social and cultural as society has become more advanced. Initially but not long ago, Dalmoth, chanachur, bhujia, and/or many crunchy food products were not known by humans. But nowadays it is not known in India but around the world. It is mainly consumed during the breakfast period and is very high during the social and cultural periods. According to Ayurveda, it is used in delicious and flavorful food as well as in a medicinal way, but according to Ayurveda, it may be due to its beneficial properties of digestive function. India produces almost all types of salted processed food products of cereals, all these types of salted processed food products like grains, pulses, etc. It aids digestion and the absorption of anthelmintic and antiseptic properties in the adsorption of food. The main raw materials for these products are gram pulses and spices. Various food additives and colors can be used to provide sophistication in products. Raw materials are available frequency in India. These salted food products get a wide market abroad. These products are very popular not only in India but also abroad. Therefore, these products have a lot of scope and market and will, therefore, provide a much more profitable business. Such products are very popular and tasty in the Indian diet. Made from famous gram flour, gram dal to dalmot is mostly indigenous based on the gram and there is good demand in the export market. The manufacturing process is simple and reserved for S.S.I. And cottage industries. Due to urbanization, increasing population, and improvement in the standard of living of the general public, its demand is increasing day by day. There is a good market potential for good quality products at competitive prices in the Indian market. Experiments have shown that advertisements, promotions, etc. have influenced consumption patterns. Due to the growth of industrialization, the purchasing power of middle-income people has increased. As a result, people’s food habits have also been changed. People now prefer the convenience foods of different tastes. Consumption of such products has increased in recent times in the country, making for some spicy food.


The Indian snacks market is valued at around the US $ 3 billion. About 1.56 billion US dollar has created export market value these unorganized snacks products. Potato chips and potato-based commodities account for 85 percent of the market. Haldiramas and ITC are some of the major players. Frito Lay dominates the market with a 45 percent market share (the US $ 550 million). PepsiCo is a major player in the snack food segment in India. PepsiCo’s snack food company Frito-Lay branded potato chip is the market leader. It makes late potato chips; Cheetos extracted snacks, Uncle Chips; Traditional salty snacks under the Kurkure and Lehar brands; And Quaker Oats. These Namkeen snacks have been launched in 1999 and fully developed in India. Today it has become a torchbearer of fun and lovable items for humans.


Its demand has increased manifold in foreign countries too, A.P.E.D.A. Average annual exports Rs. 5.30 crore.

In view of the above, it is envisaged that there is good scope for the establishment and development of such units.

In view of the above facts and in view of good marketing demand, the promoter intends to set up a unit for manufacture of crunchy types of namkeen, mixers and lentils, chips and extruded puff types.

LOCATION  OF  THE  UNIT for Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing
Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

The unit will be set up at a place that justified to be suitable in view of the following basic considerations:-

  1. Availability of raw materials & consumables.
  2. Availability of Power, Fuel, Water.
  3. Banking facility.
  4. Marketing prospectus.
  5. Good communications.
  6. Labor facility.

RAW  MATERIALS  AND  CONSUMABLES for Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing
Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

Kurkure type Namkeen is made from Rice meal, Cornmeal, Gram meal, Edible oil, seasonings, salt, spices and condiments, and flavors.

ITEMS  TO  BE  PRODUCED for Kurkure type Namkeen Manufacturing

  1. Kurkure type Namkin.
  2. Puffs extruded type.
  3. Namkeen.
  4. Dalmot.
  5. Mixture.
  6. Chips.


2 MT per month.


  • 8 hours per day

  • 25 days per month.

  • 300 days per annum.



The manufacturing process is simple. For the manufacturing of Kurkure, it is an extruded item fried in edible oil. For Dalmot Chana dal is fried and all namkeen required spice mixed as per demand. For Moong dal, it is fried in vegetable oil and packed for sale. For the mixture, all fried ingredients are mixed in required proportions and packed for sale. some mixtures are mixed with dry fruits for taste increasing.

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