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How to start cassava processing business

How to develop cassava processing business?

After reading this article, I believe you have a basic understanding of how to start a cassava processing business. If you decide to engage in cassava processing business, you can contact Kaifeng Star Company. In addition to equipment, we can provide you with turnkey projects. I wish you success!

Do you want to start a cassava processing business? Do you want to know what to prepare? As the cassava deep processing business matures, more and more people start to engage in cassava processing business. However, most people have no experience. Here, we will introduce you some suggestions on how to start a cassava processing business based on project experience.


1. Determine your final product.

Since cassava can be widely processed into starch, flour, fufu, gari, cassava chips, etc., the first issue is to determine the final product. It depends on your requirements and budget. Generally speaking, tapioca starch requires the highest investment, but its profit is also the highest, so it is suitable for larger investors. Gary needs less investment, and can make money quickly, suitable for small investors.

Therefore, you need to think carefully before starting a cassava processing business.

2. Know the market.

After determining the final product, you need to understand the market. You need to know whether the cassava processing business in your location is feasible? How many competitors are there in your area? Do you have enough raw materials in your area and have them all year round? Is the final product in high demand in the local market? If your area has enough cassava and some competitors, and the local market

The market demand is high, then congratulations, you will have a good start.

3. Set up a cassava processing area

If you already have enough space to start your business, that's great. If not, you will have to rent or buy. It should be noted that cassava is not durable for storage and needs to be processed within 2 days, so the factory should be located close to the raw materials.

4. Obtain the necessary permissions and permits.

After preparing the land, you need to obtain the necessary permits and permits. You can visit the necessary websites to ensure that you understand and comply with all state and local regulations and obtain the necessary permits.

5. Purchase equipment.

It mainly depends on your final product. As mentioned above, cassava starch processing machines are the most expensive, while Gary processing machines are relatively cheap. You'd better choose a reliable equipment manufacturer, not a trading company.

Kaifeng Sida Company is a professional manufacturer of cassava processing machines. We can not only provide you with high-quality cassava processing equipment, but also provide you with quality after-sales service. In addition, we have an overseas warehouse in Nigeria, if you are doing business in Africa, our overseas manager can provide you with on-site service.

6. Determine the source of your raw materials.

Cassava raw materials can come from your own farm, or you can buy them from farmers around the factory. If you do not have a farm, to ensure adequate supply of cassava, you can rent land to grow your own cassava, or sign a contract with farmers.

7. Promote your business.

You can advertise in local newspapers and the Internet to promote your business. Of course, you have to create business cards and information brochures to provide to potential new customers.

8. Look for potential buyers to sell your products.

If the final product is tapioca starch, it can be sold to local paper mills, textile mills, chemical plants, etc., or it can be exported to the international market. For tapioca flour, it can replace wheat flour, so it can be sold to bakeries. As for Gary, it is usually sold to the local market in West Africa. Cassava chips can be exported as animal feed or sold to breweries. So according to your For the final product, find potential buyers and sign contracts with them to reduce risks.






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