Bunches of grapes are wisely chosen by our team for harvesting. The clusters are usually harvested during the early hours of the day under the supervision and are carefully placed in a single layer in crates and immediately transported to the Packing house.
Platform for grading.
Grading is done in the controlled temperature and mainly done based on the size and colour of the grapes to maintain uniformity of berries in a package. In the process broken, decayed, watered, deformed and under-sized berries are removed. While grading, size of the berry is the criterion.
Table grapes are packed in five-ply corrugated fibre board boxes, printed and labeled as per regulations. In punnet packing for 5 kg box and in food grade plastic pouches for 8.2/9.3 Kg box. They are then wrapped in polythene sheet along with grape guard and bubble paper to keep it safe during the voyage to destination.
Ready for pellet
Controlled Temperature Room
Pre-Cooling and Storage.
Pre-cooling is done after harvesting in cold rooms to reduce the field heat, moisture loss and subsequently increase the storability of grapes. Cooling of grapes is generally carried out in special rooms.
|1||Thomson Seedless||15 – 20 mm||Mid Jan – Mid April|
|2||Black Seedless||15 – 20 mm||Mid Nov – Mid Feb|