Butter Production Cost Reports
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Butter production cost report provides a comprehensive analysis and know-how for setting up a Butter production plant. The study covers all the requisite aspects that one needs to know for the production of Butter. This includes manufacturing processes, raw material requirements, utility requirements, infrastructure requirements, machinery and technology requirements, manpower requirements, packaging requirements, transportation requirements, etc.
Butter is a high-energy solid food comprising an emulsion of fat globules, water, and inorganic salts that are made by churning the cream using cow's milk. It is found in various forms, including sweet cream, unsalted, salteded, and clarified (Ghee).
Butter appears yellow-to-white in colour and is a vital edible fat. It is produced using milk and is the most highly concentrated form of fluid milk. It has a softly rich and creamy texture with a slight hint of sweetness. It has a high butterfat content; however, it's low in protein. It also has significant amounts of vitamin A and some amounts of calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D. Its respective melting and smoke points are 98.6F and 350F. It should be stored at room temperature, refrigerator or freezer and has a shelf life of 1-3 months if refrigerated and up to 1 year if frozen.
Commercial butter comprises around 80–82 percent milk fat, 16–17 percent water, as well as 1–2 percent milk solids other than fat (also known as curd). There are more than 120 different compounds contributing to the unique flavour of butter, but the five main factors adding to the flavour profile include fatty acids, lactones, methyl ketones, diacetyl and dimethyl sulfide. Chemically, butter fat includes a mix of triglycerides, especially the ones derived from fatty acids, like palmitic, oleic, myristic, and stearic acids.
Butter is widely used as a spread and cooking fat. Owing to its rich, creamy mouthfeel as well as sublime flavour, it is the most preferred fat for culinary uses like making sauces to baking or just as a spread. It is used for cooking applications like sautéing vegetables and improving flavour; in sauces, it adds complexity to the flavour, and in baked goods, it adds to the flavour and texture and imparts flakiness.
Butter Production Cost Processes with Cost Analysis
Butter, a dairy product majorly constituting fats, is made from the cream of milk and is rich in vitamin A. It is popularly used for cooking and baking.
Details: Germany - based plant Q2 2023 From $ 2499.00 USD
|Scope||Manufacturing Process: Process Flow, Material Flow, Material Balance
Raw Material and Product Specifications: Raw Material Consumption, Product and Co-product Generation
Land and Site Cost: Offsites/Civil Works, Equipment Cost, Auxiliary Equipment Costs, Contingency, Engineering and Consulting Charges, Working Capital
Variable Cost: Raw Material, Utilities, Other Variable Costs
Fixed Cost: Labor Requirements and Wages, Overhead Expenses, Maintenance Charges, Other Fixed Costs
Financing Costs: Interest on Working Capital, Interest on Loans
Other Costs: Depreciation Charges, General Sales and Admin Cost
|Currency||US$ (Data can also be provided in the local currency)|
|Pricing and Purchase Options||Basic: US$ 2499
Premium: US$ 3499
Enterprise: US$ 4799
|Customization Scope||The report can be customized as per the requirement of the customer|
|Post-Sale Analysts Report||10-12 weeks of post-purchase analyst support after report delivery for any queries from the deliverable|
|Delivery Format||PDF and Excel format through email (editable version in PPT/Word format of the report can be also provided on special request)|
Key Questions Answered in This Report
- What are the key requirements for setting up a Butter manufacturing plant?
- How is Butter manufactured?
- What is the process flow involved in producing Butter?
- What are the raw material requirements and costs for producing Butter?
- What is the total size of land required for setting up a Butter manufacturing plant?
- What are the construction requirements for setting up a Butter manufacturing plant?
- What are the machinery requirements for producing Butter?
- What are the utility requirements and costs for producing Butter?
- What are the manpower requirements for producing Butter?
- What are the average salaries/wages of manpower working in a Butter manufacturing plant?
- What are the packaging requirements and associated costs for Butter?
- What are the transportation requirements and associated costs for Butter?
- What are the capital costs for setting up a Butter manufacturing plant?
- What are the operating costs for setting up a Butter manufacturing plant?
- What should be the price of Butter?
- What will be the income and expenditures for a Butter manufacturing plant?