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Objective:

The main objective of the Mega Food Park Scheme (MFPS) is to provide modern infrastructure facilities for food processing along the value chain from farm to market. Agriculture, transportation, logistics and central processing centers. The main feature of the scheme is a group-based approach. The scheme will be needs-based and make it easier for food processing companies to comply with environmental and safety standards.

About the Mega Food Park Scheme

The Mega Food Park Scheme aims to provide a mechanism to connect agricultural production to the market, leading the way between farmers, processors and retailers in order to maximize the added value of waste minimize, increase farmers' incomes and create employment opportunities in rural areas. This scheme is mainly based on the "cluster" approach and provides for the creation of a state-of-the-art supporting infrastructure in a clearly delimited agricultural / horticultural zone for the establishment of state-of-the-art food processing units on the provided industrial areas Supply chain infrastructure that includes collection centers, primary processing centers, central processing centers, cold chain and around 25 - 30 fully developed packages for you to set up food processing

This project is carried out by a special purpose vehicle (SPV), which is a corporation registered under company law. The state government as well as the corporations and cooperatives are not obliged to set up their own special purpose vehicle for the implementation of the Mega Food Park project.

suggestions for applying for assistance under the Scheme will be solicited from time to time through an expression of interest.

So far, the following 22 Mega Food Parks are in operation:

1. Srini Mega Food Park, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh.

2nd Godavari Mega Aqua Park, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh.

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3rd Northeast Mega Food Park, Nalbari, Assam.

4.Indus Best Mega Food Park, Raipur, Chhattisgarh

5.Gujarat Agro Mega Food Park, Surat, Gujarat.

6.Cremica mega Food Park, Una, Himachal Pradesh.

7.Integrated Mega Food Park, Tumkur, Karnataka.

8.Kerala Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (KINFRA) Mega Food Park, Palakkad, Kerala.

9.Indus Mega Food Park, Khargoan, Madhya Pradesh.

10.Avantee Mega Food Park, Dewas, Madhya Pradesh.

11.Paithan Mega Food Park, Aurangabad, Maharashtra.

12.Satara Mega Food Park, Satara, Maharashtra.

13.Zoram Mega Food Park, Kolasib, Mizoram.

14.MITS Mega Food Park, Rayagada, Odisha.

15 International Food Mega Park, Fazilka, Punjab.

16 Sukhjit Mega Food Park, Kapurthala, Punjab.

17th Greentech Mega Food Park, Ajmer, Rajasthan.

18th Smart Agro Mega Food Park, Nizamabad, Telangana.

19. Tripura Mega Food Park, West Tripura, Tripura.

20. Patañjali Food and Herb Park, Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

21 Himalayan Mega Food Park, Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand.

22 Yangipur Bengal Mega Food Park, Murshidabad, West Bengal.

Entrepreneurs looking for fully developed industrial land to set up food processing units and other related services can turn to Mega Food Parks promoters

Project Components

Supply Chain. These include the Collection Center (CC), Primary Processing Center (PPC), Central Processing Center (CPC) and cold chain infrastructure.

Collection Centers and Primary Processing Centers (PPC): These components have facilities for cleaning, sorting, sorting and packing, dry storage, specialized cold rooms including pre-cold rooms, ripening rooms, refrigerated trucks, mobile pre-coolers, pick-up trucks, mobile collection etc.

Central Processing Centers ( CPCs): This includes general facilities such as testing laboratories, cleaning, sorting, sorting and packaging facilities, dry storage facilities, specialized storage facilities including chambers with controlled atmosphere, pressure fans, storage with variable humidity, precooling chambers, maturing cold chambers, cold chain infrastructure including refrigerated trucks, packaging units, irradiation facilities , Steam sterilization units, steam generation units, food development and incubation centers, etc. business scheme that may vary from region to region. would be required for the establishment of CPCs and CCs in different locations in addition to the land required for the establishment of CPCs.

On average, each project will have approximately 25 - 30 food processing operations with a combined investment of Rs 250 crore, which ultimately results in annual sales of approx. Each MFF, when fully functional, will also benefit around 25,000 farmers.

Attendance pattern

The scheme offers a capital grant equal to 50 percent of the eligible project cost * in general regions and 75 percent of the eligible project fee in difficult and mountainous areas; H. the northeast region, to the Sikkim, J&K, Himachal. belong to Pradesh. , Uttarakhand and ITDP notified the regions of the states with a majority of Rs. 50 million per company.

* Eligible project cost is described as the total cost of the project with the exception of the base fee, pre-operational fees and cash margin for working capital to be billed to the project controlling consultant. (PMC), up to 2% of the approved grant can be considered an eligible project cost.

In the interests of speedy implementation of the projects, the Ministry will designate a Scheme Management Agency (PMA) to provide management support, capacity building, coordination and follow-up to cover the costs of the above and various promotional activities. The Ministry will charge a separate amount of 5% of the available general grants.

Release of the grant

The grant under the scheme is released in 4 instalments of 30%, 30%, 20% and 20%, subject to different parameters of the scheme according to the following scheme:

First instalment of 30% of the total delivery under the Scheme will be released after ensuring that the cost of the project components is at least 10% of the eligible contract value.

The second instalment, which makes up 30% of the approved provisioning aid, is issued after a proportionate expenditure by the special purpose vehicle from fixed-term loans and equity in the amount of the provision amount of the first tranche.

The third instalment of 20% of the approved supply subsidy is released after a proportional expenditure by the special purpose vehicle of the term mortgage and equity, which corresponds to the supply amount released as the 2nd instalment.

The fourth and final instalment of 20% of the Approved Deployment Aid will be launched, subject to the successful completion of the mission and the completion of operations, after ensuring that 100% of the SPV's expected contribution is made up of the mortgage and equity period the authorized Components of the project.

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