Do you know, Chana is very important for the development of your body and muscle because it has many nutrients and proteins in it. In this article, lets discuss all the important factors like Investment, Profit margin, Area requirement and schemes to start masala chana manufacturing business plant.
When you consume chana every day, you can see the positive changes happening in your body. If you talk about the potential growth in business sector, then you can also start masala chana manufacturing business plant. Chana is a very important aspects in Indian food. It is present in our food ingredients from a long time.
Roasted Chana is a light snack which is very tasty and has many nutrients required to your body and mind. There are many advantages of consumption of chana for your health. From a long time, our country is number one is cultivating chana and this food product is used in many god rituals as to offer the first harvest. If we talk about the demand of the roasted chana, then it is available in every grocery or kirana store in your area because of its increasing demand.
Some people love to eat the bhune (Roasted) chane with piquant (Chatpata) taste and some love to eat the plain salted masala chana. To meet this demand, there are many big brands in the market but the demand of this item is increasing month by month due to its health benefits and popularity. So this is the best time to start masala chana manufacturing business plan in India.
You can’t start any business without the raw materials so to start this business the raw materials you need chana and seasoning masala. If you want to sell the loose chana to the retails and package them in different quantity. Food grade packing materials is also required in this business.
Now, lets know the process of making of masala chana from the ordinary chana. First you have to wash the chana properly and make them dry in the sunlight for three to four days. If you want to skip these roasting process, then you can directly buy the roasted chana from the local market or the farmers.
Clean the roasted chana thoroughly to remove all the impurities like plastics, sticks, small pebbles, and other foreign food grains. In cleaning section, using fryer all the roasted chana is fried and allowed to get cool for sometime. In the next step, salt and seasoning are added to the roasted chana. Then this chana are passed to the packaging section where masala chana are packaged and ready to sell in the market using your brand name and logo and earn high profits margin.
Machinery and Equipment
To start this business, you don’t require high investment in machines and equipment. Some of the machines which you will need are:
- Gram Roaster Machine
- Seasoning Tumbler
- Packaging Machine
- Batch Coding Machine
- Carton Taping Machine
- Air Duct Arrangements
Investment and profitability
Investment is the cost which is required to run and maintain the business. First thing many professionals ask questions regarding the investment, profit margin, ROI, etc. before starting any business or factory. Always make sure to add investment according to the capacity of the plant and the machineries which you will required in this business.
You can start this business with approx. 12 to 15 Lakhs Rupees for semi-automatic machineries. For large scale fully automatic machineries, you can start the plant with approx. 90 Lakhs to 1 crore rupees. If your plant is working in a single shift for 8 hours and produce 800 Kg of masala chana. Lets suppose, the market value of your product is 140 to 150 Rupees per Kg, then the your daily sales will be approx. 1 Lakhs to 1.5 Lakhs per day.
If you remove the cost of the raw materials and other expenses, then the net profit will be minimum 8000 to 10000 profit margin. Please remember that all these figures and numbers depends on the marketing, capacity, business size and sales.
For small scale masala chana making business you will require approx. 15 kW Electric load of power connection and for large scale business, you will require approx. 80 kW of electric load.
To start masala chana manufacturing business, you will require seven to eight manpower. From which two to three unskilled, two skilled, one supervisor and different workers.
If you want to start this business, then you will require an area of approx. 1000 to 1200 Sqft. For a large scale masala chana making business, you will require an area of 6000 to 7000 Sq.ft of land.
- PM FME
- NOC from Fire Safety and Pollution Control Board