Subsidy For Food grading & sorting

Subsidy For Food grading & sorting

Subsidy for grading & sorting

Subsidy for grading & sorting Food grading involves the inspection, assessment and sorting of various foods regarding quality, freshness, legal conformity and market value. Food grading often occurs by hand, in which foods are assessed and sorted. Machinery is also used to grade foods, and may involve sorting products by size, shape and quality.–horticulture consultancy grading of vegetables

Grading  of size and quality is an essential for the marketing of fruits and vegetables sizing machines May be grouped broadly into two based on diameter and based on weight machines which grades by diameter vary in design and size. It gives higher output than the machine grade  by weight . roller feed conveyor is used for quality sorting of fruits/ vegetables  . a good weight grader has many advantages it can be used for any shape easily adjustable and can be used for crops that are easily blemished. Grading by weight can be more accurate than gradding`  by diameter

Grading Machine For fruits and vegetable

There are four types for grading machines   for fruit and vegetables they are screens , roller , and diverging belt  grader and weight grader

Subsidy for food grading & sorting

Integrated pack house with facilities for conveyer belt, sorting, grading units, washing, drying and weighing. Rs. 25.00 lakh / unit with capacity of 6 MT. Credit linked back-ended subsidy @ 35% of the cost of project in general areas and 50% of cost in case Hilly & Scheduled areas for individual entrepreneurs

The AMI scheme envisages back-ended capital subsidy for credit linked investment in eligible sto rag e an d in arketing infrastructure projects. The eligible subsidy is 25% or 33.33% of the capital cost depending upon the area and category of beneficiary.

Development of  commercial horticulture through production and post – harvest management

Credit linked back-ended subsidy @ 20% of the total project cost limited to  Rs 25 lakh per project in general area and Rs 30.00 lakh in NE Region, Hilly and Scheduled areas. However, for capital intensive and high value crops under protected cultivation and open air cultivation of date palm, olive and saffron subsidy will be @ 25% of project cost with ceiling of Rs.50 lakh (33% of project cost with ceiling of Rs.60 lakh for scheduled and hilly areas).  

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