Jain Irrigation Systems' fruit processing division has
received orders for mango pulp worth over Rs82 crore (Rs820
million) from various parties for the current season.
company said expects to reach mango product sales in excess
of Rs 95crore in the current financial year. This represents
growth in mango business of over 100 per cent from the
company's export of mango pulp is expected to cross Rs70
crore as against Rs21.5 crore last year. Domestic sales
mostly come from supplies of mango pulp to Coca-Cola India.
company has four plants for fruit processing and has processed
about 48,000 tonnes of mangoes in the current season.
Irrigation Systems is among the leading producers of mango
pulp in India and is possibly amongst the first three
processors in the world. Based on current order book and
order under negotiations, the fruit and vegetable processing
division's sales turnover is expected to cross Rs225 crore
in the current financial year as against Rs 100 crore
company has recently set up a modern facility for the
production of frozen fruit pulps and concentrates. It
also proposes to ramp up this capacity by 100 per before
the next season.
is the largest producer of mangoes in the world with a
share of more than 55 per cent of the world production.
The country also
the producer of the most delicious mangoes such as Alphonso,
Kesar, Dasheri, Chausa, etc. There is large potential
for processed mango products in domestic markets due to
upcoming investments in retail sector.