Industrial Fragrance And Flavour Used In Detergents Cosmetics, Juices, Ice Cream

 Published On: Aug, 2015 |  Published By: EIRI Project Consultants | Format: PDF
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Perfume is a mixture of fragrant essential oils and aroma compounds, fixatives, and solvents used to give the human body, objects, and living spaces a pleasant smell. Perfume comes from the Latin “per” meaning “through” and “fumum,” or “smoke.” Many ancient perfumes were made by extracting natural oils from plants through pressing and steaming. The oil was then burned to scent the air. Today, most perfume is used to scent bar soaps. Some products are even perfumed

with industrial odorants to mask unpleasant smells or to appear “unscented.”Aroma Vocabulary Accord: An accord is the perfumery equivalent to a chord in music. It’s a blend of 2 or more smells that produce a third and distinctive smell. An accord may be a simple mixture or consist of many components and applies when each component material is in balance and harmony with each other material so that no single component can be detected. Aroma Chemical: Any chemical compound created and used for its aromatic properties. Aroma chemicals could be isolates of essential oils, the chemical modification of those isolates, or synthetic compounds from petrochemicals Body: The main fragrance theme – the middle note or “heart” of a perfume, it is also used to describe a fragrance that is well-rounded or full. Balanced: This is when a fragrance has been so carefully blended that no single aromatic body or effect is readily identifiable. Bottom (base) Note: The underlying components of a fragrance, responsible for its lasting qualities, often referred to as fixatives. Bridge: The ability of a scent (single oil or accord) to connect two notes of a fragrance and thus smoothing the transition from one phase to another Character: The distinct impression that the fragrance gives (fresh, fruity, floral etc…) Diffusion: The degree in which the fragrance radiates from the product or the user after the application of the product Dry down: The final phase of a fragrance — the bottom note, the character which appears several hours after application Perfumers evaluate the bottom (base) notes and the tenacity of the fragrance during this stage. Fixative: A material used in a perfume to “fix” the perfume or make it last longer. Fixatives may be simply materials that are relatively longer lasting than the other components or they may have some physical or chemical effect of forming bonds with the other materials. Lift: The impact of fragrance highly diffusive fragrances has a good “lift”. Middle (heart) Note: The core of a perfume composition which gives it its character the middle or “heart” note makes up the main part of a fragrance and determines the classification or fragrance family. Note(s): One of three distinct periods in the evaporation of a perfume, (see: top note, middle note, bottom note). This also

COST ESTIMATION

Plant Capacity 300.00 KGS/day .
Land & Building (1000 Sq.Mtr) Rs 1.65 Cr
Plant & Machinery Rs 22.00 Lacs
W.C. for 3 Months Rs 81.00 Lacs
Total Capital Investment Rs 2.73 Cr
Rate of Return 53%
Break Even Point 37%
INTRODUCTION
USES AND APPLICATIONS
AROMA COMPOUND AND THEIR OCCURANCE & STRUCTURE
OTHER AROMA COMPOUNDS
TYPES OF FRAGRANCE INGREDIENTS AND PERFUMES
FRAGRANCES USED IN COSMETIC
MARKET SURVEY
INDIAN MINT OIL AND MENTHOL INDUSTRY
CATEGORY OF FRAGRANCE AND THEIR TURNOVER
GLOBAL MARKET POSTION OF FLAVOUR
DETAILS OF RAW MATERIALS
B.I.S. SPECIFICATIONS
FORMULATIONS
PERFUMES/FLAVOUR FOR PAN MASALA
FORMULATION OF APPLE FLAVOUR
FORMULATION OF MANGO FLAVOUR
FORMULATION OF LAVENDER FRAGRANCE
FORMULATION OF JASMINE PERFUME
FORMULATION OF JASMINE FRAGRANCE
FORMULATION OF DETERGENT FRAGRANCE
MANUFACTURING PROCESS
FORMULATION OF SYNTHETIC PERFUMES
PREPARATION OF A PERFUMING COMPOSITION
PERFUME COMPOSITION
FORMULATION OF ESSENTIAL OIL BLENDS
PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF DIFFERENT FLAVOURS
SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS
SUPPLIERS OF PLANT & MACHINERIES
ADDRESSES OF FLAVOURS AND FRAGRANCE COMPOSER

APPENDIX – A :

1.COST OF PLANT ECONOMICS
2.LAND & BUILDING
3.PLANT AND MACHINERY
4.FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT
5.RAW MATERIAL
6.SALARY AND WAGES
7.UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS
8.TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL
9.COST OF PRODUCTION
10.PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS
11.BREAK EVEN POINT
12.RESOURCES OF FINANCE
13.INTEREST CHART
14.DEPRECIATION CHART
15.CASH FLOW STATEMENT

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