Perfume Research Institute

The Jharkhand Cabinet has approved 10 acre in Deoghar for a research and development centre and 20 acre in Godda for an extension centre as part of its initiative to set up a flavour and fragrance research unit in the state.

On the request of the state government, the ministry of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) had prepared a plan to set up the institute based on the suggestions given by the Fragrance and Flavor Development Centre (FFDC) in Kannauj (UP).

“The project is all about studying crop pattern and identifying naturally available plants with elements of fragrance,” said SV Shukla, director, FFDC.

As part of the project, the FFDC has suggested plantation of menthol mint, palmarosa, French basil, lemongrass and vetiver taking into account the total yield, plantation costs, market rates and profits per acre.


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