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Dairy Market in India 2014 - Sample

Dairy Market in India 2014 - Sample

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Netscribes’ latest market research report titled Dairy Market in India 2014 covers a wide spectrum of concerns in the dairy industry and identifies several factors impacting the sale of dairy products in India. The report provides a snapshot of the Indian dairy industry which has witnessed several changes post ‘Operation Flood’ era. Dairy sector witnessed spectacular growth during 1971 and 1996 primarily due to integrated cooperative dairy development programmes conducted by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB). Moreover, after 1991, due to liberalization and delicensing, private sector also started entering the market, which further accelerated its growth. The report also discusses the opportunities and strengths of the dairy market, and provides an insight into the competitive landscape. Major players of the Indian dairy market include Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (Amul), Mother Dairy, Nestle India, Britannia Industries, Hatsun Agro and Heritage Foods, among others. In addition to this, a number of regional players have also entered the market in the past few years, thereby making the market more competitive in nature.
In India, cooperatives hold a large share of the organized dairy market, although some small regional entities have managed to secure their presence in recent years. With the rise in disposable incomes of Indian consumers, there has been heightened interest in high protein diets. With entities paying attention to this segment, the sector is set to grow further over the years. Rapid urbanization and subsequent inclination of consumers towards packaged food products as well as aggressive marketing campaigns by all the players to break the product clutter are other eminent factors that have led to considerable growth in this sector. The report also identifies a few pain points within the industry that pose obstacles to future growth, including poor supply chain, inefficient distribution facility and rise in packaging costs.
For dairy products, quality standards laid by FSSAI have to be followed by the industry players. Various government policies that have been formulated for the food processing sector such as FDI, tax benefits and export promotions are applicable to the dairy category as well.

Coverage
• Overview of the dairy market in India and historical and forecasted market size data over 2012 to 2020
• Segmentation of the dairy market and value chain analysis
• Export-import overview of dairy, value and volume of export-import over 2010-11 to 2012-13 and country-wise value of export-import for 2013
• Qualitative analysis of market drivers, challenges, trends and regulatory measures taken by the government
• Overview of the various industry bodies and their responsibilities
• Consumer insights on dairy products
• Analysis of the competitive landscape and detailed profiles of major players


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For the complete report, get in touch with us at : info@netscribes.com

Abstract:
Netscribes’ latest market research report titled Dairy Market in India 2014 covers a wide spectrum of concerns in the dairy industry and identifies several factors impacting the sale of dairy products in India. The report provides a snapshot of the Indian dairy industry which has witnessed several changes post ‘Operation Flood’ era. Dairy sector witnessed spectacular growth during 1971 and 1996 primarily due to integrated cooperative dairy development programmes conducted by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB). Moreover, after 1991, due to liberalization and delicensing, private sector also started entering the market, which further accelerated its growth. The report also discusses the opportunities and strengths of the dairy market, and provides an insight into the competitive landscape. Major players of the Indian dairy market include Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (Amul), Mother Dairy, Nestle India, Britannia Industries, Hatsun Agro and Heritage Foods, among others. In addition to this, a number of regional players have also entered the market in the past few years, thereby making the market more competitive in nature.
In India, cooperatives hold a large share of the organized dairy market, although some small regional entities have managed to secure their presence in recent years. With the rise in disposable incomes of Indian consumers, there has been heightened interest in high protein diets. With entities paying attention to this segment, the sector is set to grow further over the years. Rapid urbanization and subsequent inclination of consumers towards packaged food products as well as aggressive marketing campaigns by all the players to break the product clutter are other eminent factors that have led to considerable growth in this sector. The report also identifies a few pain points within the industry that pose obstacles to future growth, including poor supply chain, inefficient distribution facility and rise in packaging costs.
For dairy products, quality standards laid by FSSAI have to be followed by the industry players. Various government policies that have been formulated for the food processing sector such as FDI, tax benefits and export promotions are applicable to the dairy category as well.

Coverage
• Overview of the dairy market in India and historical and forecasted market size data over 2012 to 2020
• Segmentation of the dairy market and value chain analysis
• Export-import overview of dairy, value and volume of export-import over 2010-11 to 2012-13 and country-wise value of export-import for 2013
• Qualitative analysis of market drivers, challenges, trends and regulatory measures taken by the government
• Overview of the various industry bodies and their responsibilities
• Consumer insights on dairy products
• Analysis of the competitive landscape and detailed profiles of major players


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Dairy Market – India
February 2014
 
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DAIRY MARKET IN INDIA 2014.PPT
Executive Summary
Consumption of dairy products has grown considerably worldwide
Demand for dairy products is expected to escalate despite the recent surge in prices
Drivers & Challenges Competition Drivers
—Growing Income and Consumption —Rapid Urbanization —Favorable Demographics —Rise in Bovine Population —Growth of Sub Segments and Other User Industries —Marketing Campaigns —Growing Retail Market
Challenges
—Inadequate Supply of Feed and Fodder —Shortage of Cold Storage Units —Poor Supply Chain and Distribution Facility —Rise in Packaging Costs
Major Players
Company A Company B Company C
Exhibitions and Events
Increased Global Attention
Product Innovation
Growth of Regional Milk Producers
Corporate Activities
 
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Macro-Economic Indicators
Introduction
Market Overview
Market Segmentation
Consumer Insights
Import & Export
Drivers & Challenges
Government Rules & Policies
Government Participation
Trends
Competitive Landscape
Strategic Recommendations
Appendix
DAIRY MARKET IN INDIA 2014.PPT

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