HIRAL MEHTA 61
SAURAV MEHTA 62
POONAM MISHRA 63
PARINAAZ MISTRY 64
HEMAL MUCHHALA 65
BHAKTI SHAH 89
Table of Contents
|Sr.No |Title |Page Number | |1 |ACKNOWLEDGE |3 | |2 |ABSTRACT |3 | |3 |OVERVIEW OF ICE CREAM INDUSTRY |4 | |4 |ABOUT THE COMPANY AMUL |7 | |5 |COST SHEET |11 | |6 |COST SHEET ANALYSIS |12 | |7 |SWOT ANALYSIS |16 | |8 |BIBLIOGRAPHY |18 |
We take this opportunity to thank Prof Jayesh Jain for giving us an insight , his valuable advice , timely suggestions and constant support throughout the project. We would also like to thank Mr.Raj Raut who is into the ice-cream business for the valuable information that he shared with us ,which proved to be very helpful while preparing the project
This project report is prepared to study the cost analysis of Amul ice cream and to formulate the cost sheet to find the per unit cost of a single Amul ice cream cup of 100 gm(fruit and nut). Our colleagues uncle also helped us in finding the various cost involved in manufacturing ice cream and we also got information from www.amulicecream.in.
OVERVIEW OF ICE-CREAM INDUSTRY
The ice cream industry is mainly governed by the prevention of food and adulteration act (PFA)-1954 in India. The ice cream market growth picked up after de-reservation of the sector in 1997. History of Indian ice-cream industry is very old started in un-organized sector and mainly the popular product was kulfi. New technologies and freezers are the main force behind the development. Future is bright for ice-cream industry in India.
In rural areas, kulfis / ice creams made by small / cottage industry are popular. The market for organized sector is restricted to large metropolitan cities. In small towns and villages, there are thousands of small players who produce ice- creams / kulfis in their home backyard and cater to the local market. Almost 40% of the ice creams sold in the country are consumed in the western region with Mumbai being the main market, followed by 30% in...