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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

A study on techno-economic feasibility for production of brown rice-quinoa-green gram extrudate

Author(s):
Ankita Sharma, Virendra Kumar Tiwari and Nagaraju M
Abstract:
The main objective of this analysis was to study on Techno-Economic Feasibility for Production of Extruded Snacks prepared by brown rice, quinoa and green gram. To determine the techno-economic feasibility three economic parameters i.e. break even quantity, break even sales and break even period were analyzed. It was found in breakeven analysis that in order to produce 54 lakh units of 20g pouches of ready to eat extruded snacks of quinoa, brown rice and green gram in the blend ratio of 50:35:15 with the identified infrastructure, the break even production comes to 3024000 units, break even sales is Rs. 15120000/- and break even period comes out to be 2.8 yrs. This analysis helps in set up of new start-ups at commercial level for producing brown rice, quinoa and green gram extruded snacks.
Pages: 728-731  |  270 Views  109 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ankita Sharma, Virendra Kumar Tiwari and Nagaraju M. A study on techno-economic feasibility for production of brown rice-quinoa-green gram extrudate. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 728-731.

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