Tomato Processing Training Programme
Tomato Processing Training Programme we provide, Tomato, though botanically a fruit for the purpose of trade, is generally considered a vegetable because of the way in which it is consumed. Tomatoes are widely grown in all parts of the world. Tomatoes are produced and processed during the two main seasons across much of India – August to October (Kharif) and December to April (rabi). Processing tomatoes usually contain a higher percentage of soluble solids to produce the best consistency for sauces and pastes. Tomatoes bound for processing generally have a thicker skin and firmer consistency. These qualities decrease the chances of damage to the vegetable during harvesting and transportation. Where conditions suit, tomatoes are also grown during the off-season (May to July) including under protected cultivation though, given the low volumes of production, prices are often the highest during this period.
Tomato fits easily into different cropping systems, has high economic value and fruits can be processed, dried, canned and bottled. Moreover, tomatoes contribute to a healthy, well-balanced diet primarily. Tomatoes are rich in potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and small amounts of calcium. Tomatoes contain a lot of vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin B3. They have small amounts of other B vitamins and vitamin E.
There are questions like how to do the processing of tomato, what is the machinery ?, what is the plant cost, how to do a business plan?, what are tomato processing products?, what are the equipments?.all the questions can be solved in the training program.
Who Should Attend
Progressive farmers, Small & marginal farmers, Tomato Product buyers, Sales all those who wish to know about Tomato Processing & its opportunities
- Detail understanding about Tomato Processing and solve your all questions
- Understanding how to earn from this Business
- Direct interaction with industry experts/Successful entrepreneurs
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