Raheja Solar Food Processing Private Limited

Sudama Nagar, Indore, Madhya Pradesh


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Basic Information
Nature of Business
Exporter and Manufacturer
Total Number of Employees
11 to 25 People
Year of Establishment
Legal Status of Firm
Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)
Annual Turnover
Rs. 50 Lakh - 1 Crore
Import Export Code (IEC)
Top Export Countries
  • United States Of America
  • Nepal
  • Turkey
  • Sri Lanka
  • South Africa

Social Responsibilities

Social Impact:
  • Nowadays, In India, we know the one who is responsible for feeding the people is sleeping hungry and killing himself. Suicide rates of farmers are increasing day by day. They compelled to throw their produce to wastelands, ponds, grazed by animals. And, in a country where a shortage of food supply is a major problem in some places, this must be unacceptable. The main problem of this unbalance is the low shelf life of food products. We cannot transport them to such a large distance because it gets damage or spoils between them. For example, Victoria queen pineapple, an special variety from Manipur are sold at the rates of Rs. 120-150 per piece in metropolitan cities, but the tribal farmers are getting only Rs. 5-10 because they can only be airlifted, which costs very high. If we are able to process the produce at the farm itself, farmer can get double- triple rate.

Economic Impact:
  • Indian farmers incur Rs 92,651 crore per year in post-harvest losses. Ironically, acc. to the high-level Dalwai committee report, an investment of Rs 89,375 crore —a figure marginally lower than the annual post-harvest losses required to develop the formal chain post-harvest. The wastage of huge amount of produce leads to high market prices of produce. Preserving those produce for the high market rates will create a balance in the prices of products. The folding design and affordable price of our solar dryer, will be able to reach each and every farmer in different corners of India.
  • Taking example of onion, at the end of 2019, the prices of onion was very high. If the onion which was available @ Rs. 1-2, just 2-3 months before can be dehydrated and sold in the market during high market rate, will benefit both the farmer and the consumer.

Environmental Impact:
  • In developing solar dryer, top target for our research team was to create a self sustainable dehydrator which uses only renewable sources of energy as energy source.
  • Our solar dryer runs only on solar energy, it doesn’t require any source of electricity. Each 4 * 8 sq ft solar dryer helps us to save around 730 kg of carbon emissions annually. We already have installed 150 solar dryer, which accounts for a total 110 MT carbon savings in production.
  • The simple design of solar dryer reduces energy used in manufacturing and raw material use of the solar dryer is locally procured which also reduces the carbon footprint of logistics.
  • Our solar dried products don’t require special conditions to store.
  • We package our product in completely sustainable paper packaging, which saves 100 tonnes plastic waste till now



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Varun Raheja (CEO)
Raheja Solar Food Processing Private Limited
129, Kharwal Mohalla,Musakhedi, Sudama Nagar
Indore - 452001, Madhya Pradesh, India
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