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India's biggest swadeshi food processing plant in Vadnagar
The Chief Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated India’s biggest
food processing plant ‘Himalaya Fresh’ near Vadnagar of Mahesana
district today. Himachal Pradesh’s world famous food processing
firm Himalaya International has set up a plant in Sultanpur of
Vadnagar at the cost of Rs.170 crore. The plant will process the
eatables like mushroom-yoghurt-milk cheese and potato chips, French
Fries etc. This is the first industrial project in this
The Chief Minister welcomed the Himalaya Industry’s Chairman Mr. Manmohan Malik’s announcement that around 10,000 farmers willbe made partners through this agro-industry with a view to encourage mushroom farming. "North Gujarat will establish its stronghold in the world food processing markets", Chief Minister said.
As many as one lakh scientists, ministers, government employees, office bearers will visit the villages to acquaint farmers with the scientific methods in the field of agriculture and animal husbandry, he said.
Mr. Malik and his family said that they have setup this biggest plant with the encouragement of the Chief Minister. Gujarat is making strides in industrial development due to the state government’s transparent industrial policies. The company also announced ten percent salary hike for the plant workers on this occasion.
The owners of Himalaya also welcomed the Revenue Minister Anandiben Patel, Chairman of Gujarat Housing Board Jyanti Barot, Visnagar MLA and other office bearers.
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