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Title: Strong Prospects For The Tomato Processing Industry


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  • Strong Prospects for the Tomato Processing
    Industry
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  • Driven by the growth of the fast food industry
    and convenient snacking, the demand of processed
    tomato products has been growing rapidly
    throughout the world. This is providing
    tremendous scope for anyone who plans to venture
    into setting up a plant for manufacturing
    processed tomato products.
  • Tomato currently represents the worlds largest
    vegetable crop after potato and sweet potato and
    tops the list of canned vegetables. It originated
    in the region extending from Ecuador to Chile in
    the western coastal plain of South America and
    was first domesticated in Mexico. Today, tomato
    is not only sold fresh but also as a processed
    product such as paste, soup, juice, sauce, powder
    and concentrate. Earlier, Europe and the Americas
    represented the most important producers, but
    today it is produced in more than 144 countries,
    with China being the biggest producer.
  • Tomato processing began in 1847, when Harrison
    Woodhull Crosby, the chief gardener at Lafayette
    College developed a crude method of canning
    tomatoes. Prior to 1890 all tomato canning was
    done manually. Industry techniques improved
    canning process and tomato juice came on the
    market with the development of the juice
    extractor in the 1920s. In the late 1960s,
    mechanical harvesting became a reality and this
    drove the industry to develop better techniques
    for bulk handling and processing. A worldwide
    tomato processing industry has since evolved.

Report Description and Highlights
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TOMATO PROCESSING INDUSTRY
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Report Description and Highlights
  In 2014, an estimated 34 Million Tons of
tomatoes were processed globally with the United
States being the biggest producer, followed by
Italy. Their position, however, is now being
threatened by China where the tomato processing
industry is currently growing rapidly. Currently
the top 10 global tomato processing firms account
for around 40 of the total global production. Of
these firms, 6 are headquartered in the United
States, 3 in China and 1 in Singapore. California
based Morning Star currently represents the
worlds biggest tomato processing company
accounting for around 10 of the total global
production. In most cases, the industrial
processing of tomatoes into different
end-products includes several temperature
treatment steps, such as drying, heating,
pasteurizing, etc. These treatments have various
purposes, such as to deactivate microorganisms or
enzymes, to decrease the moisture content and
concentrate the product or to soften the tissue
in order to separate fruit from skin. During such
treatments, several additional changes can occur
to affect the appearance, composition,
nutritional value and sensory properties in terms
of colour, texture and flavour of the product.
Processed tomato products have wide applications
in household consumption, food processing
industry, snack foods, hotels, restaurants and
fast food joints. The main factors that drive the
processed tomato products industry is the growth
in the fast food industry and convenient
snacking. This, in turn, is fuelled by several
factors, such as an increase in the number of
teenagers and youngsters with higher spending
power, increase in the working population
especially women, change in food consumption
patterns, etc. Processed tomato products are
very popular throughout the world, providing
tremendous scope for anyone who ventures into
setting up a plant for manufacturing processed
tomato products. Experts at IMARC Group have
identified this opportunity and released their
latest report titled, Tomato Processing Plant
Project Report Industry Trends, Manufacturing
Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Cost and
Revenue.
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  • This report gives a comprehensive insight into
    all the aspects of setting up a tomato processing
    plant, including
  • Market size and region wise trend
  • Key players
  • Key risk and success factors
  • Process flow for production of tomato paste and
    sauce
  • Various types of unit operations involved
  • Land, location and site development requirements
  • Plant layout
  • Plant machinery requirements
  • Raw materials, utilities and manpower
    requirements
  • Capital investments
  • Operating costs
  • Incomes and expenditures of the plant
  • Profits
  • Cash flows

Report Description and Highlights
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Report Description and Highlights
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