The Fruit Import Supply Feasibility Study evaluated the feasibility of utilizing FSC (Farm Service Centers) or other locations as collection points for farmer’s fruits, for supply to the Kabul Fruit Juice Factory. This study determined the feasibility and analyzes the financial ramification of utilizing the FSCs, or multiple locations, as collection points for farmer’s fruits for supply to the juice factory to help meet their input needs. The By-Product Feasibility Study evaluated the alternative uses and benefits of the fruit by-products resulting from fruit juice processing. This study explored the alternative uses and value of the fruit by-products, fruit skin, seeds, etc., which occurs during the processing of the fruits into fruit juice and concentrate. FAF Development created a detailed fruit and vegetable value chain, which serves as a model for the country. The findings of this feasibility studies were written in a manner so that the results can be used in the decision-making process of the factory owners (Bahar) to select the most viable alternatives to sourcing of fruit and use selling/marketing by-products.