|Plant Capacity||1000 Ton/Year|
|Plant And Machi Nery||Rs 55 Lacs|
|Total Capital Investment||Rs. 7.06 Cr|
|Rate Of Return||21%|
India is the home of mangoes. A large number of varieties are found in almost all parts of the country.According to statistics collected by the Fruit Development Adviser, Government of India. Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Bihar and West Bengal lead in mango growing. Among the numerous varieties, 'Safaida' and 'Duschri' of U.P. 'Alphonso' of Ratnagiri, 'Badami' of Mysore, 'Benishan' of East Coast, and 'Raspuri' 'Neelam' and 'Mulgoa' of Tamil nadu and Karnataka are the most important varieties for canning. The 'Bangalora' or 'Totapari' mango which is an assured and heavy annual beater, and also yields an excellent pulp or juice, is sometimes canned to give a fairly good canned product. Juicy and fibrous varieties are not quite suitable for canning. They are mostly used for making juice, squash, nectar, chutney and pickles.