food-agro-details by lanyuehua


									Sector Profile:
Food & Agri Business
 Gujarat : An Enduring Strong Economy

► Population : Over 50 million (5.0% of India)

► Geographical area : 1,96,000 sq. km (6.2% of India)

► Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) : US$45.3 billion

► Per Capita Income : US$915 at current prices
► Urbanisation : 37.4%

► High industrial growth : Gujarat has demonstrated a

   high industrial growth rate of 12.5% from 2002 -2007   Composition of GSDP as per economic activity
► Industrialisation : Gujarat is home to over 800 large
   industries and 3,20,000 micro, small and medium
                                                                  Primary sector     44.0%
                                                                  Secondary sector
                                                                  Tertiary sector

 Source: Socio Economic Review 2007-08
       Gujarat : A Thriving Industrial State

  Contribution to India's economy                                                           Presence across industry sectors

                Employees         9.5%
           No. of Factories      10.0%                                                                                    Petroleum products         31.2 %
           Net value added         14.0%                                                                                  Chemical & Pharma          22.9 %
           by manufacture
                                                                                                                          Engineering Industries     12.6 %
           Value of output          15.6%
                                                                                                                          Food & Beverages            9.7 %
  Fixed capital investment              17.0%
                                                                                                                          Textiles & Apparels         6.5 %
                     Exports            19.2%
                                                                                                                          Mineral based industries    2.9 %
                 Coastline                22.0%
                                                                                                                          Metallurgical Industries    7.5 %
Stock market capitalization                     30.0%                                                                     Others                      6.7 %

 Significant share in key sectors & products

        Soda ash production                                                    98.0%
                                                                                       ► World’s largest producer of castor and cumin
            Salt processing                                            85.0%

        Diamond processing                                           80.0%             ► World’s largest gas based single location sponge iron plant
             Plastic industry                                65.0%
                                                                                       ► World’s largest producer of processed diamonds
            Petrochemicals                                58.0%

                 Chemicals                           50.0%
                                                                                       ► World’s 3rd largest producer of denim

                 Groundnut                        42.3%                                ► Asia’s largest grass root petroleum refinery at Jamnagar
            Pharmaceuticals                       42 %
                                                                                       ► India’s largest producer of cotton
                     Cotton               35.0%
                    Fabrics              30.0%                                         ► India’s first LNG chemical port terminal at Hazira

Source: Socio Economic Review 2007-08
 Gujarat: Robust Infrastructure

      Power          Dependable power supply – key to industrial development
                       § Present power generation capacity is 9,628 MW; plans afoot to raise it to 25,000 MW by 2012
                       § Per capita power consumption is 1,354 units against the national average of 665 units
                       § Rich availability of natural gas (34 MMCD) and lignite (1,072 MMT)
                       § 24-hour 3-phase uninterrupted power supply

Gujarat is the only State to carry out interlinking of rivers                                                  Water

§ An extensive water grid network of 75,000 km for irrigation and drinking
§ It will cover 75% population of the state by 2010

                     Transformation of economy through natural gas

                      § Gujarat State Petronet Limited (GSPL) supplies piped gas to 13 districts, 5 more districts will be added
                      § Total length of Integrated Gas Grid will be 2,200 km, of which 1,453 km is complete and the rest is
                        under construction
    Gujarat: Robust Infrastructure
    Rail and Road     Surfaced road length – one of the highest in India

                       § State-of-the-art road infrastructure: India’s first National Expressway from Ahmedabad to Baroda
                       § Total road length is 74, 018 km - 95% surfaced road
                       § Total rail length - 5188 km (8.25% of India)

Gujarat Ports opening the gateway to prosperity
§   42 ports along 1,600 km coastline, including 1 major port at Kandla and 41 minor ports
§   Landmark projects such as LNG port terminal at Hazira developed by Shell India Limited, green
    field port at Mundra developed by Gujarat Adani Port Limited, LNG terminal at Dahej developed by
    Petronet LNG Ltd. and Pipapav port developed by Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd

                      Airport connectivity – a cutting edge for business

                       §   13 airports - Vadodara, Surat, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Porbandar, Bhuj, Pipavav,
                           Mandvi, Mundra, Kandla, Palanpur and Ahmedabad (International Airport)
    Food & Agriculture: A Global Snapshot

                       Global food product industry generated total revenues of US$2,675.7 billion in 2006

►    The global food product industry grew by 3.1% in 2006 to reach a value
                                                                                            Global food processing industry snapshot
     of US$2,675.7 billion. A growth of 17.2% is projected till 2011 to                           Market segmentation as per geography
                                                                                            Geography                                          % share
     achieve a value of US$3,137.2 billion
                                                                                            Europe                                              38.20%
►    Revenues from the sale of food products dominate the global food and                   Asia-Pacific                                        31.20%

                                                                                            US                                                  20.10%
     agricultural industry contributing 63.60% of the total revenues
                                                                                            Rest of the world                                   10.50%

►    Europe is the highest contributing region in the global food processing
                                                                                          Market segmentation of global food products (in 2006)

     industry with a share of 38.20% followed by Asia-Pacific region

►    Major players in the industry include Altria group, PepsiCo, The Coca-
     Cola Company, British American Tobacco and Cadbury among others

►    Global food, beverage and tobacco industry will continue to grow with
                                                                                                   Packaged f ood and meats    Agricultural products
     major contribution from developing countries such as India and China

                                                                       Source: Extract from RNCOS’ report, Data monitor report on Global Food Products, 2007

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    Indian Scenario

►    The agricultural food industry of India contributes nearly 35% to                         India: agricultural facts

                                                                                                            Production             Growth
     country’s GDP and employs around 65% of the population                             Crops              (2006-07) Mn             Over
                                                                                                              tonnes               2005-06
►     India is the world’s second largest producer of food next to China
                                                                                 Sugarcane                    345.31                  23%

►     India is one of the largest producers of cereals and milk, cotton, fish,   Cotton**                     227.00                  23%

                                                                                 Oilseeds*                    148.18                  5%
     and psyllium husk
                                                                                 Food grains                  216.13                  4%
►    The Country is the 2nd largest producer of rice, wheat, sugar, fruits
                                                                                                                                  *Lakh quintals
                                                                                                                                  **Lakh bales
     and vegetables
                                                                                            India food processing industry
►    The food grain output grew by 4.6% with total production of 227.32
                                                                                  Food processing             Fruits and               Grain
     MT in 2007-08                                                                 US$69.4 billion            vegetables             processing

►    The food processing industry in India ranks fifth in size, growing at 7%
                                                                                                                                     Meat and
                                                                                 Primary processing              Fish
     annually                                                                      US$47.2 billion            processing

►    India consumes about US$200 billion worth of food products, 53% of
                                                                                   Value added                   Milk
                                                                                    Processing                                       Beverages
     which is processed food                                                      US$22.2 billion
                                                                                                    Source: National Horticulture Board, IBEF report

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    Gujarat: Agro and Food Processing Activities

►    Gujarat is endowed with abundant natural resources in
                                                                                                Comparative productivity (metric tonnes/hectare)
                                                                                                                 in 2007-08
     terms of varied soil, climatic conditions and diversified

     cropping pattern suitable for agricultural activities                                         Crop                  World                 India                 Gujarat

                                                                                                 Banana                  16.93                 28.57                   54.76
►    Gujarat stands fourth in the country in terms of per capita
                                                                                                  Onion                  18.45                 13.11                   26.55
     agricultural output                                                                         Potato                  16.73                 23.91                   22.91

►    Major agricultural crops are: bajra, groundnut, cotton, rice,
                                                                                                            Gujarat Agriculture performance 2007-08

     maize, wheat, mustard, sesame, pigeon pea, green gram,
     gram and sugarcane                                                                150000                      129052

                                                                                        90000              73326
►    Major horticulture crops: mango, banana, sapota, lime,

                                                                                        30000                                                       12457.06
     guava, tomato, potato, onion, cumin, garlic, isabgul and
                                                                                                          Agricultural crops                         Horticultural crops
                                                                                                                     Area (in 00 Hect)   Production (in 00 MT)

                                      Source: Food and Agriculture Organization, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Department of Agriculture and Horticulture, Gujarat

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Growth Initiatives
         Initiatives to increase agricultural productivity and promote innovative technology through farming campaign

            Extension programmes                                                      Innovative technology interventions

     Krushi Mahotsav (mass awareness campaign)                                             Soil Health Card (SHC)
     In this campaign, knowledge transfer takes                                            Awareness is created on the following
     place in the following areas:                                                         technological innovations:
              ü Soil analysis                                                                        ü Balance use of fertilisers
              ü Balance use of inputs                                                                ü Crop planning
              ü Farm gate value addition                                                             ü Seed application
              ü Cropping and intercropping advice                                                    ü Organic farming
              ü Market information
                                                                                                     ü Quality production
              ü Scientific pest management
                                                                                          Free input kit distribution to farmers
    Conventional training and visit programme

    Kisan call centres (KCC)                                                              Global good agricultural practices

    E gram networking                                                                     GAP certification

    Krushi Vigyan Kendra (KVKs) support                                                   Scientific farming

    Mobile alert system to educate farmers
                                                   Source: Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Ltd., Agriculture and Cooperation department, Government of Gujarat

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      Agricultural Snapshot

                                Agricultural crops
                                                                                                                 Total area                               CAGR (2002-07)
              Food grains                                                                                    101.18 lakh hectare                              4%


                                                                                                              Total production                           CAGR (2002-07)
                                                                                                             196.33 lakh tonnes                              18%


                      Year-wise agricultural crops performance in Gujarat

2007-08                44.808                                         82.06
                                                                                                              ►   Largest producer of castor and cumin in the World

2006-07               41.882                          58.821
                                                                                                              ►   Largest processor of isabgul in the World

2005-06              38.445                           63.447
                                                                                                              ►   Largest producer of cotton in India

2004-05              36.6                        51.527                                                       ►   2nd largest producer of sesame and groundnut in India

          0    10      20       30   40   50     60       70     80       90   100   110   120   130   140

                                          Area        Production                                                                               Source: Department of Agriculture, Gujarat

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Agriculture: A Flourishing Industry

Major agro-processing units in the State
§   Cotton ginning
§   Oil mills (groundnut, soya bean, castor)
§   Rice mills
§   Pulse mills
§   Tobacco
§   Sugar mills

§   State schemes for agriculture
§   National Agriculture Insurance Scheme
§   Farmers Accident Insurance Scheme
§   Micro Irrigation Scheme                    Highest productivity of mustard,
§   Schemes for Remunerative Farm Produce      castor, cotton, onion and potato in India
                                               2nd highest productivity of groundnut,
§   Farmers Training Centre
                                               bajra and banana in India
§   Soil and Water Testing Laboratory
                                               3rd highest productivity of gram, jawar,
                                               mango, pomegranate and tomato in India

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Agricultural Strategies- Catalyzing Growth
                     Gujarat – leading state in India with impressive agricultural performance

                                                 Key strategies to increase area, production
                                                        and yield of agricultural crops

     Diversification towards high value, WTO competitive and sustainable crops

     Promote multiple cropping and inter cropping

     Increase coverage under quality seeds/planting material

     Extension of adoption of micro-irrigation

     Plant protection through integrated pest management

     Promoting use of biotechnology and organic farming for value addition

     Encourage public private partnership

     Facilitating hi-tech agriculture in farm mechanisation and drip irrigation

     Micro-level crop-wise planning

     Direct link to farmers by the means of IT

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  Horticultural Snapshot
                            Agricultural crops

                                                                                                        Total area                              CAGR (2001-07)
                                                                                                    11.24 lakh hectare                             10.50%


                      Spices                                                                         Total production                           CAGR (2001-07)
                                                                                                    121.04 lakh tonnes                             14.40%


                                                                                                      Yield of Horticultural crops in 2006-07 (in per hectares)
                  Year-wise horticultural crops performance in Gujarat
                                                                                               18        17.33
    140                                                                                        16
    100                                      85.44                                             12
     80                      67.16
              60.98                                                                            10
                                                                                                8                                                 6.75
                                                                      11.03        11.24        6
     20    6.91           7.54           9.47            9.70
           2001-02        2002-03        2003-04         2004-05       2005-06     2006-07      2

                                 Area (Lakh Ha)    Production (Lakh Tonnes)
                                                                                                         Fruits           Vegetables            Spices            Flowers

                                     Emerging Crops: Cashew, Grape, Patchouli, Palmarosa and Aloevera
Source: Department of Horticulture, Gujarat

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  Horticultural Snapshot
                    Available Horticultural Infrastructure
                                               374                    N urser ies
                                                                                                             Horticulture-related industries in the State
                                                                      T issue cult ur e unit s               §    Onion dehydration units
       213                                                            Hi- t ech gr een ho uses
                                                                                                             §    Mango pulp and pickles units
                                                                      N et ho uses
                               Available                                                                     §    Canned vegetables
                                                                      C o ld st or ag e unit s
                                                                      Pr ocessing unit s
                                                                                                             §    Potato flakes
                               (in units)                             D ist illat io n unit s                §    Tissue culture laboratories
                                                                      C o op er at ive mar ket ing
                                                                      so ciet ies
                                                                                                             §    Nurseries
                                                                      A PM C s
                                                                                                             §    Spices and Psyllium processing units
                                                                      A g ri expo r t zo nes

                                             1892                                                            §    Cold stores

                                                             Focus programmes under National Horticultural mission
Districts prominent in Horticulture
Existing:                                                                                                                              Crops covered:
                                                       Post harvest infrastructure                   Marketing infrastructure
Kutch, Amreli, Junagadh, Surat,                                                                                                        Mango, chiku, aonla, papaya,
Navsari, Valsad, Anand, Vadodara,                      § Pack houses / ripening
                                                                                                     § Wholesale market                lime, guava, pomegranate,
Mehsana, Banaskantha, Kheda,
Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad, Bharuch                                                                                                          date palm, cashew nut, cumin,
                                                                                                     § Rural market / Apni mandi
and Sabarkantha                                        § Cold stores                                                                   fennel, flowers, medicinal and
Proposed:                                              § Refrigerated van / containers               § Facility for collection and     aromatic plants
Gandhinagar and Surendranagar
                                                       § Mobile processing units                      grading, etc.
                                                                                                                                     Source: Department of Horticulture, Gujarat

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  Animal Husbandry and Dairy Snapshot

                           Animal husbandry statistics                                                  Key features and activities of the sector
Total livestock population (Census 2007)                          234.48 lakhs
                                                                                             ►   Intensive animal health care
Total cattle population                                            79.69 lakhs
                                                                                             ►   Planned breeding activities
Total buffalo population                                           87.60 lakhs
                                                                                             ►   Strategic livestock development programmes
Total sheep and goat population                                    65.84 lakhs
                                                                                             ►   Flourishing dairy co-operative business
Total poultry population                                          133.39 lakhs
                                                                                             ►   Amul pattern
District milk producers unions                                         13
                                                                                             ►   Goseva Aayog
Village level milk cooperative societies                             12,612

                                                                                                                           Source: Department of Animal Husbandry, Gujarat
Milk procured in lakh liters per day                                  66.69

                                           10000             Animal Husbandry and Dairy production data (2006-07)
                                                                                                                     Milk, 75
                                           8000                                                                      Lakh Tonnes
                                                                                       68                 70
                                           6000                                                                     Egg, 7757
                                                                                                                    Lakh Nos                5920
                                           4000                                       4429
                                                                                                        3.12        Wool, 3 Lakh            3.34
                                                    2.71            2.78              2.82
                                           2000                                                                       Tonnes

                                                   2002-03        2003-04          2004-05            2005-06          2006-07             2007-08

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A Snapshot of Major Planned Initiatives: Animal Husbandry
and Dairy
                      Krushi Mahotsav covering 400, 000 animal health input kits, mass vaccination and health
                      coverage, knowledge transfer activities

                      Organisation of 2,700 State wide animal health camps and 2,158 sexual health control camps

                      Establishment of 55 new veterinary dispensaries, seven veterinary Polyclinics, one Disease
                      investigation unit and 15 mobile veterinary cum disease diagnosis labs

                      Inception of 250 integrated livestock development centres through JK Trust Gram Vikas
      Government of
         Gujarat      Yojana

                      Foundation of two new intensive cattle development blocks in Patan and Panchmahals

                      Establishment of goat breeding farms at Nalia, Kutch, Mandavi and Surat

                      Subsidy for cattle shed, chaff cutters, feeding truffs, health packages and clean milk
                      production kits

                       As state implementing agency for ‘National Project for Cattle and Buffalo Breeding’, the
                       initiative was started in April, 2002. Some of the major steps were:
                       •   Intensification of breeding through artificial insemination and increasing production and
                           productivity of livestock of the state
                       •   Provision of all basic facilities at the door step of farmers
                       •   Technical training for field workers

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Fisheries Snapshot
                Gujarat ranks 1st in terms of quantitative marine production amongst maritime states of India

              Gujarat marine fish production (in Lakh Metric Tonnes)
                                                                                          Fish and fish products export from Gujarat
  7                                                                        2                                                           1264.6           1400
6.8                                     6.63                             1.8
6.6                                                                      1.6
6.4                                                                                                          934.88                                     1000
                                                                         1.4      704.59                                                1.88
6.2                                                                      1.2                                                                            800
  6             5.84                                                       1
                                                                                                              1.36                                      600
5.8                                                                      0.8
5.6                                                                      0.6       1.19                                                                 400
5.4                                                                      0.4
                                                                           0                                                                            0
              2004-05                  2005-06                 2006-07
                                                                                 2004-05                    2005-06                    2006-07

                                                                               Quantity (in Lakhs M.T.)                Value (INR crore )
§     Gujarat holds the highest share in total fish production in
      the country with 22.35% share during 2006-07
                                                                                                   Major Export markets
§     Gujarat contributes 30.71% to nation’s marine exports
      in quantity and 15.12% as revenue
                                                                               China, Japan, US, European Union, South-East
§     Gujarat exports more than 50% of its marine product                                  Asia and Middle East
      to China

         Gujarat is the highest contributor of nation’s marine exports both in terms of quantity as well as value
                                                                                 Source: Commissioner Fisheries – Statistics department, Government of Gujarat

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    A Snapshot of Major Planned Initiatives: Fisheries
                                                                                            Fishing Ports in Gujarat
► With a separate leasing policy, there is a provision of allotment of state-

   owned land to multi-national companies

► Provisions are made by the Government of Gujarat in the leasing policy

   for village pond’s land. Some of the provisions are:

      ►   Leasing period is 10 years                                            Jakhau

      ►   Leasing procedure is carried out by F.F.D.A.                                   Porbandar
      ►   Concerned village panchayat is responsible for providing lease                       Veraval

          for pisciculture

      ►   Lease amount is paid to the respective Panchayat after

          deducting expenditure
                                                                                                                   Fishing Ports
► VAT reimbursement scheme: Fisheries department provides diesel at a

   subsidised rate (VAT is paid by the fisheries department)
                                                                                         Source: Fisheries department, Government of Gujarat

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Investments during Vibrant Gujarat 2007

 Number of MoUs signed during Vibrant                                      Investments proposed during Vibrant
 Gujarat Global Investor Summit (VGGIS)2007                                Gujarat Global Investor Summit (VGGIS)2007
                                                                                                                    Infrastructure projects
                                                                                                                    Food processing
                                       Agriculture/Horticulture                  3.41 28.53
                                       Infrastructure Projects                                                      Terminal market
                 2                     Food Processing
                         10                                                                                         Supply chain infrastructure
                                                                  81 .21
    16                                 Terminal Market
                                                                                 Investments                        R&D projects/Centre of excellence
             MoUs signed
                                                                               (in US$ million)            123.65
               during          12      Supply Chain                                                                 Agriw aste/Agro forestry
                                                                                    during                 24.39
             VGGIS 2007                Infrastructure
                                                                                 VGGIS 2007
                                       R&D projects/Centre of                                                       Herbs/Spices/Medicinal plants
         9                 1
                         21            Excellence
                3    4                                              43.17
                                                                                                     365.85         Oil seeds
                                       Agri Waste/Agro                 41
                                                                      1 .46
                                       Forestry                                   378.04                            Hi-tech Agri/Horti. projects
                                       l Plants                                                                     Palm oil
                                       Oil Seeds

     Total MoUs: 60                                                        Total Investments: US$ 2,470 million

                                    Total MoU in 2009 VGGIS 2009: 208

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Value Chain Analysis

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Value Chain Analysis

    Major crops                          Rice, wheat, maize, oilseeds, cotton, fruits, vegetables and spices

    Working factories (as on 2006)       22,480 working factories in the State accounting for an employment of
                                         1,038,134 persons

    Vast network of market centres and   Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee (APMCs), cold storage
    yards                                units, main yards, three agri-export zones, agri commodity exchange

    Processing units                     Oil seed processing units
                                         Fruits and Vegetable processing units
                                         Fish processing units
                                         Milk processing units including co-operative sector dairies and private
                                         sector dairies
                                         There are around total 16,400 food processing units in the State

    Major players in food processing     Parle, Vadilal, Rasna, Reliance Fresh, Adani, Godrej Agrovet, Vimal
    industry                             and Amul

    Education and research               4 Agricultural universities providing education and conducting research
                                         in various field of agriculture

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Industrial Strengths

                                            Advantage Gujarat
          ►   Diversified crops and cropping patterns, eight agro climatic zones and wide varieties of soil
          ►   More than 40 major crops
          ►   Four Agriculture Universities
          ►   Emerging contract farming opportunities
          ►   Strong agriculture marketing infrastructure: APMCs, market yards, cold storages, processing units,
              service and business centres
          ►   Dominant position in milk sector and fisheries
          ►   Increasing adoption of hi-tech agricultural technologies like tissue culture, green houses and shed-net
              houses leading to higher yield and production
          ►   A VSAT-based real time multi-commodity exchange at Ahmedabad
          ►   Agri export zones: mango and vegetables, onion, sesame
          ►   Jyotigram Yojana
          ►   Presence of Narmada canal
          ►   Easy availability of labour
          ►   Upcoming critical infrastructure
               ►   Perishable cargo complex
               ►   Banana pack house
               ►   Port-based Agri cargo handling logistic hub
               ►   Vapour heat treatment (VHT) with integrated pack house
                                                                                         Source: Department of Agriculture and Horticulture, Gujarat

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Existing Crop-based Clusters

            Crops                    Growing areas                                  Processing areas

Groundnut           Junagadh, Rajkot, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Jamnagar,    Rajkot, Junagadh

                    Kutch and Surendranagar

Sesame              Bhavnagar, Amreli, Rajkot, Junagadh, Jamnagar,    Bhavnagar, Amreli and Ahmedabad

                    Kutch and Surendranagar

Castor              Banaskantha, Kutch, Sabarkantha and Mehsana       Banaskantha, Vadodara

Rice                Navsari, Surat, Valsad, Anand, Kheda and          Navsari, Ahmedabad


Pulses              Vadodara, Bharuch, Dahod and Panchmahal           Vadodara, Dahod

Cumin/Fennel        Patan, Banaskantha, Rajkot, Mehsana, Ahmedabad,   Mehsana

                    Junagadh and Surendranagar

Isabgul             Banaskantha and Mehsana                           Mehsana

Banana              Anand, Kheda, Bharuch, Narmada and Surat          ---

                                                                            Source: Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Limited

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Location of existing crop-based clusters

    Existing growing areas of major crops in Gujarat     Existing processing areas of major crops in Gujarat

      Groundnut             Pulses                     Groundnut            Pulses

      Sesame                                           Sesame
                            Cumin / fennel                                 Cumin / fennel
      Castor                                           Castor
                           Isabgul                                         Isabgul
      Rice                                             Rice                Banana

                                                                       Source: Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Limited

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 Agriculture Export Zones (AEZ)

       Saurashtra region        Existing agriculture export zones

                                                                                                South and central Gujarat
§ Sesame seeds AEZ

§ Jamnagar                                                                                  § Mangoes and vegetables AEZ

§ Rajkot                                                                                    § Ahmedabad

§ Surendranagar                                                                             § Kheda

§ Amreli                                                                                    § Anand
                                                                Kheda                       § Vadodara
§ Bhavnagar                                    Surendranagar

                           Jamnagar                           Anand                         § Bharuch
                                                                                            § Narmada

                                           Amreli               Bharuch                     § Surat
       Saurashtra region      Junagadh
                                                                                            § Navsari
Value-added Onion AEZ                                                                       § Valsad
§ Jamnagar
§ Rajkot

§ Surendranagar

§ Junagadh

§ Amreli

§ Bhavnagar
                                                                                  Source: Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Limited

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Investment Opportunities
           Agricultural/Horticultural infrastructure projects
           ►   Onion cold storage
           ►   Fresh fruits-pack house
           ►   Vegetables pack house
           ►   Mechanised grain handling and storage at port
           ►   Food parks
           ►   Terminal markets
           ►   Spices and Isabgul irradiation centre

           Export-oriented processing
           ►   Peanut butter
           ►   De-hulled roasted sesame seed and sesame oilseed
           ►   Roasted, salted and coated peanuts
           ►   Integrated shrimp farming and processing

           Value added processing based on local resources
           ►   Tomato, potato flakes and powder
           ►   Specialty grades guar gum powder
           ►   Refined sugar
           ►   Egg powder
           ►   Baker’s yeast
           ►   Fish oil extraction

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Investment Opportunities
           Animal husbandry
           ►   Sectors such as veterinary service and pharmaceutical, poultry, dairy, financial-credit and
           ►   Contract farming for livestock

           Natural resources-based opportunities
           ►   Natural food colours
           ►   Medicinal herbs extraction
           ►   Neem/tobacco oil based biopesticides
           ►   Food processing enzymes
           ►   Fish meal- based biofertiliser

           Newer technology-based projects
           ►   Spices cryo grinding
           ►   Freeze dried fruit processing unit
           ►   Instant vegetables in retort pouches
           ►   Potato fabricated chips

           Innovative technologies
           ►   Organic milk and milk products
           ►   Ice cream balls
           ►   Castor derivatives-based perfumery raw materials
           ►   Banana fiber extraction

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Leading Industry Players





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Leading Industry Players

    Company                                                     Business description

              ► Rasna     offers soft drink concentrates, instant drink powders, variety of processed food products and ethnic range of
              ► Currently   Rasna holds close to 93% market share in the soft drink concentrate market in India
              ► Rasna     offers instant drinks, health drinks, juices, easy-to-cook and ready-to-eat products like curry, curry paste,
                pickles, fruit syrups and snack range

              ► Vadilal   Industries Ltd. (VIL) is in the business of ice creams and food processing
              ► VIL’s   ice cream division has 25% market share of Indian ice cream market with over 200 SKUs
              ► VIL    introduced exclusive ice cream parlours under the name ‘Happinezz Parlours’
              ► VIL’s   processed food division processes and market a range of fruits, vegetables and ready-to-serve Indian food

              ► Gujarat    Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) is India’s largest food products marketing organisation
                which markets its products under the brand ‘AMUL’
              ► GCMMF       is India’s largest exporter of dairy products
              ► List   of products marketed under brand ‘AMUL’ are milk range, bread spreads, cheese, ghee, ice creams, chocolate
                and confectioneries, milk powder and health beverages
              ► Amul    has recently entered into direct retailing through ‘Amul Utterly Delicious’ Parlours

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Leading Industry Players

    Company                                                    Business description

              ► Parle    Products Pvt. Ltd. is in the business of manufacturing and marketing biscuits and confectionaries

              ► It   enjoys 40% share of total biscuit market and 15% share of total confectionery market in India

              ► It   also has presence in beverage industry, providing health agro based drink brands and packaged drinking water

              ► Vimal    Oil & Foods Ltd. (VOFL) and Vimal Dairy Ltd. (VDL) are two major business groups of Vimal group involved in

                  agro and food processing sector

              ► VOFL     manufactures edible oil (cotton, groundnut, mustard and rapeseed) and de-oiled cakes

              ► VDL,    the only largest private sector dairy in Gujarat, manufactures processed milk, butter, ghee, cheese, butter milk

                  and milk powder

              §   McCain Foods is the world's largest producer of French fries and potato specialties with sales over US$ 6 billion

              §   McCain Foods has built a potato processing plant in Mehsana district, north of Gujarat

              §   It supplies ‘Shepody’ variety potatoes to McDonalds

              §   The key are of business operations includes, retailing and foodservices of French fries and potato specialties. Among

                  the potato specialties the plant will produce the potato snacks in Indian style

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Leading Industry Players

    Company                                                      Business description

              ► Saraf    Foods Pvt. Ltd. was established in 1993

              ► Saraf    Foods Pvt. Ltd. is involved in the business of frozen dry food products and for sourcing of fruits, vegetables and

                herbs. It is a 100% export- oriented unit

              ► They    export their products in the markets of Europe and USA

              ► Reliance    Fresh, retail chain of Reliance Industries Ltd. sell fresh fruits and vegetables, staples, groceries, fresh juices

                and dairy products with 40 such retail outlets spread across the country

              ► It   is planning to open ‘ranger farm outlets’ that will specifically service street-side vegetable vendors

              ► It   also plans to open format stores called ‘Feel Fresh Plus’ that will stock apparels, consumer electronics, FMCG

                items and medicines in addition to consumable items

              ► Adani    Wilmar Ltd. (AWL) is a joint venture between The Adani Group of India and The Wilmar International Limited of


              ► Adani’s    largest state-of-the-art refinery is based at Mundra in Kutch district and is India’s first port- based refinery

              ► AWL     sells its range of edible oil, vanaspati and bakery shortening: and exports to more than 19 countries

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    Educational Infrastructure
                   Gujarat has four agricultural universities each located at Junagadh, Navsari, Anand and Dantiwada

►   Junagadh Agricultural University has three constituent colleges                                                              Banaskantha

    offering     courses      in   agriculture,      agricultural     engineering       and
    Technology and fisheries

►   Anand Agricultural University offers higher courses in agriculture,                                                                     Navsari

    veterinary, dairy science, animal husbandry and food processing
                                                                                                        Research stations within Gujarat
                                                                                              Main oilseed research station,      Agri engineering research
►   Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University offers                                Junagadh                            station, Junagadh
                                                                                              Pulse research station, Junagadh    Cotton research station,
    courses in faculties such as agriculture, veterinary science and home
                                                                                              Vegetable research station,         Sugarcane research station,
                                                                                              Junagadh                            Kodinar
    science                                                                                   Cattle breeding farm, Junagadh      Oilseed research station,
                                                                                              Wheat research station,             Millet research station,
►   Navsari Agricultural University imparts higher education in the                           Junagadh                            Jamnagar
                                                                                              Dry farming research station        Junagadh Agricultural
    faculty of agriculture, horticulture and forestry                                                                             University

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Source: University websites, Agriculture and Co operation Department, Government of Gujarat
  Educational Infrastructure

   Anand Agriculture University is planning to set up the first-ever polytechnic in agricultural engineering in Gujarat

                                ► Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
                                         ►   P.G Programme in Agri Business Management (2 yrs)

                                ► Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology
                                         ►   M.S. in IT – Agriculture (
                                ► Sheth M C college of Dairy Science, Gujarat Agriculture University
                                         ►   B.Sc and M.Sc in Dairy Technology
                                ► Sardar Krushinagar Dantiwada University
       Specialised                       ►   B.Tech in food engineering, M.Tech in agriculture process and food engineering
                                ► Anand Agriculture University
                                         ►   Vocational in areas like agro processing, post harvesting technology, food quality control, food
              in                             analysis among others
                                         ►   B.Tech in food processing technology
                                         ►   M.Tech and Ph.D. in food processing technology
                                ► Advanced Research and Educational Centre for Horticultural Crops, Navsari
                                ► WTO Cell, Junagadh
                                ► Centre of Excellence on Biotechnology, Anand
                                ► Centre of Excellence on Post Harvest Technology, Navsari
                                ► Centre of Excellence on soil and water Management, Junagadh
                                ► Centre for Excellence on Castor, Sardar Krushinagar

Source: University websites, News articles
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Government Initiatives

Comprehensive Agro Industrial Policy, financial incentives for agri infrastructure, agri processing, agri marketing and R&D

Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana – District-wise State Plan Scheme to incentivise the states that increase their investment in
                                              agriculture and allied sectors

State government to incentivise agro-processing industries to encourage them to enter into contract farming arrangements

          International Quality Certification Programme to encourage export of agricultural produce from Gujarat

Implementation of critical infrastructure such as air cargo complex for perishable goods, pack house for banana, vapour
                         heat treatment facility and integrated pack house for fruits and vegetables

          Krushi Mahotsav – an intensive agricultural extension and mass contact campaign for farming community

   National Horticulture Mission covering potential districts and crops of the State with main thrust on area expansion,
             development of post harvest and marketing infrastructure and raising the quality of planting material

  State initiated Sardar Sarovar Narmada Water project to benefit agriculture adding 1.8 mn hectare land for irrigation,
                                             thereby, increasing crop production

          State government has been promoting drip irrigation through Gujarat Green Revolution Company Limited

                                                                                   Source: Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Limited

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Key Contacts
Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Ltd.                        

Department of Agriculture and Co-operation Government of Gujarat

Industries Commissionerate, Govt. of Gujarat                              http://

iNDEXTb-Industrial Extension Bureau                             

Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation                      

Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board                        

Department of Agriculture and Co-operation Government of India  

 Agricultural and Processed Food Products Exports Development Authority

Ministry for Food Processing, Govt. of India                    

National Horticulture Board                                     

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