Spices Park

spice_park-chhindwara-mp28Spices Board of India planned to open Spices Park in all over India. The project was started to boost the spice export from India. First among the 7 planned spices park was opened at Laas village, Umranala, Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh India in April 2009. It is the first ever spice park of India. The plant was set up with an initial investment of Rs. 20 Cr under the guidance of Union Minister & District MP Mr. Kamal Nath, Union Minister for Commerce and Industry. The park consists of total area of 12 acres. German Machines have been installed in the park to process the vegetables and spices which are sold on higher rates in abroad. Though the Chhindwara is the large producer of garlic and chilli but is hadn’t the infrastructure to process it further & convert it into finished goods.

Basic Infrastructure Facilitiesspice-park-chhindwara-mp28

  • Land area – 10 acres
  • Network of wide Roads
  • Uninterrupted Power & Water System
  • Waste Disposal System
  • Sewerage & Drainage Network
  • Fire Fighting System
  • Weighing Bridge
  • Warehousing facility

Processing Facilities

  • Dehydration plant for Garlic & Vegetables
  • Extraction Plant for Chilli & other Spices
  • Chilli processing Plant
  • Steam Sterilization Unit
  • Effluent Processing Plant (ETP)

Other Spice Parks of India

  • Puttady [Kerala]
  • Jodhpur [Rajasthan]
  • Guntur [Andhra Pradesh]
  • Sivaganga [Tamil Nadu]
  • Guna [Madhya Pradesh]
  • Kota [Rajastan]
  • Raebareli[Uttar Pradesh]

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