Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Organized Sector to Account for 66% of the Total Indian Ice Cream Sales by 2019

India's Ice Cream market still remains largely untapped, the per capita consumption of Ice Cream in India is just a few hundred milliliters per annum, compared to 28 liters in New Zealand, 21 liters in the United States and around 18 liters in Australia.

A large young population, increasing affluence, strengthening of the country’s distribution infrastructure and a large untapped market are expected to be the drivers of the Indian Ice Cream market in the coming years. Research firm IMARC Group expects this market to grow at a CAGR of around 16% during 2014-2019, according to its latest report entitled “Dairy Industry in India: 2013-2019”. 

The report which has done a comprehensive analysis on the Indian dairy market expects the penetration of the organised sector to increase robustly during the forecast period. From a share of 49% in 2013, the report expects the organised sector to account for 66% of the total ice cream sales by 2013.  According to an analyst at IMARC Group, “India’s Ice Cream market still remains largely untapped, the per capita consumption of Ice Cream in India is just a few hundred milliliters per annum, compared to 28 liters in New Zealand, 21 liters in the United States and around 18 liters in Australia. India is also a way too far behind the global average per capita Ice Cream consumption of around 3 liters per annum. Thus, there remains a very high growth potential in the country”.

The report provides market analysis, information and insights into the Indian Ice Cream market. This includes:

  • Introduction and insights into the Indian Ice Cream market
  • Current, historical and forecast volume demand of Ice Cream in India
  • Current, historical and forecast value demand of Ice Cream in India
  • Current, historical and forecast prices of Ice Cream in India
  • Value and volume penetration of the organised and unorganized sectors
  • Drivers of the Ice Cream market in India
  • Competitive landscape of the Indian Ice Cream market

This market research report attempts to provide insights to senior and top-level executives on decisive industry questions on the Indian dairy market such as the current and expected revenues, prices, trade, procurement, distribution, cost of setting up a dairy plant, government regulations, opportunities, etc. The report, which is the third edition of our highly acclaimed publication, draws upon a comprehensive analysis of every major dairy segment in India.

Segments covered: Milk, UHT Milk, Flavoured Milk, Curd, Frozen & Flavoured Yogurts, Probiotic Products, Lassi, Buttermilk, Butter, Ghee, Paneer, Cheese, Khoya, Skimmed Milk Powder, Dairy Whiteners and Ice Cream

Focus of the analysis in each segment:

  • Drivers and challenges in each market
  • Historical, current and future sales trends
  • Historical, current and future volume trends
  • Historical, current and future price trends
  • Size and analysis of the organized and unorganized markets
  • Structure of the market
  • Key players and products available in these markets

Table of Contents

1 Research Methodology & Market Definitions

2 Executive Summary

3 Indian Dairy Industry: Milk Production & Consumption
3.1 Current Milk Production & Consumption Trends
3.2 Milk Production by State
3.3 Milk Production by Animal Type
3.4 Milk Production & Consumption Forecast
3.5 Indian Dairy Market Compared to Other Developed & Emerging Dairy Markets
3.6 Milk Utilization Patterns in India

4 Indian Dairy Industry: Market Landscape
4.1 Liquid Milk
4.1.1 Current Trends
4.1.2 Competitive Landscape
4.1.3 Market Forecast
4.2 UHT Milk
4.2.1 Current Trends
4.2.2 Competitive Landscape
4.2.3 Market Forecast
4.3 Flavoured Milk
4.3.1 Current Trends
4.3.2 Competitive Landscape
4.3.3 Market Forecast
4.4 Curd
4.4.1 Current Trends
4.4.2 Competitive Landscape
4.4.3 Market Forecast
4.5 Flavoured & Frozen Yoghurts
4.5.1 Current Trends
4.5.2 Competitive Landscape
4.5.3 Market Forecasts
4.6 Lassi
4.6.1 Current Trends
4.6.2 Competitive Landscape
4.6.3 Market Forecast
4.7 Butter Milk (Chach)
4.7.1 Current Trends
4.7.2 Competitive Landscape
4.7.3 Market Forecast
4.8 Probiotic Dairy Products
4.8.1 Current Trends
4.8.2 Competitive Landscape
4.8.3 Market Forecast
4.9 Cheese
4.9.1 Current Trends
4.9.2 Competitive Landscape
4.9.3 Market Forecast
4.10 Butter
4.10.1 Current Trends
4.10.2 Competitive Landscape
4.10.3 Market Forecast
4.11 Ghee
4.11.1 Current Trends
4.11.2 Competitive Landscape
4.11.3 Market Forecast
4.12 Paneer (Cottage Cheese)
4.12.1 Current Trends
4.12.2 Competitive Landscape
4.12.3 Market Forecast
4.13 Khoya
4.13.1 Current Trends
4.13.2 Competitive Landscape
4.13.3 Market Forecast
4.14 Skimmed Milk Powder
4.14.1 Current Trends
4.14.2 Competitive Landscape
4.14.3 Market Forecast
4.15 Dairy Whiteners
4.15.1 Current Trends
4.15.2 Competitive Landscape
4.15.3 Market Forecast
4.16 Ice Cream
4.16.1 Current Trends
4.16.2 Competitive Landscape
4.16.3 Market Forecast

5 Indian Dairy Industry: Foreign Trade
5.1 Imports
5.2 Exports

6 Indian Dairy Market: Procurement & Distribution
6.1 Procurement
6.1.1 Milk Procurement Model: Cooperatives
6.1.2 Milk Procurement Model: Private Dairies
6.1.3 Procurement: Key Differentiating Factors (Cooperatives and Private Dairies)
6.1.4 Procurement Prices of Milk in India
6.2 Distribution
6.2.1 Milk Distribution Model: Cooperatives
6.2.2 Milk Distribution Model: Private Dairies
6.3 Study of Dairy Distribution Models: Retail Parlors
6.3.1 Study of Distribution Models: Door Delivery Systems
6.3.2 Study of Distribution Models: Cash and Carry
6.3.3 Selling Prices of Milk in India

7 Setting up a Dairy Plant
7.1 Land, Location & Site Development
7.2 Infrastructure Requirements
7.3 Manpower Requirements
7.4 Loans & Financing
7.5 Plant & Machinery
7.6 Other Capital Investments
7.7 Techno- Economic Parameters
7.8 Income Projections
7.9 Expenditure Projections
7.10 Financial Analysis

8 Indian Dairy Industry: Usage of Natural Colouration
8.1 Natural Colouration in the Food Industry: Global Scenario
8.2 Natural Colouration in the Food Industry: Indian Scenario
8.3 Natural Colouration Trends in the Dairy Industry

9 Indian Dairy Industry: Government Regulations
9.1 Regulatory Framework
9.2 Government Initiatives
9.3 Trade Policy
9.4 Strategies for Market Entry

10 Indian Dairy Industry: Key Drivers & Challenges
10.1 Drivers
10.2 Challenges

11 Indian Dairy Industry: Key Player Profiles
11.1 Dairy Cooperatives
11.1.1 Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd
11.1.2 Mother Dairy Fruits & Vegetables Pvt Limited
11.1.3 Karnataka Co-operative Milk Producers Federation Limited
11.1.4 Rajasthan Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd (RCDF)
11.1.5 Tamilnadu Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (TCMPF)
11.1.6 Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (MILKFED)
11.1.7 Orissa State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (OMFED)
11.1.8 Maharashtra Rajya Sahkari Maryadit Dugdh Mahasangh (Mahasangh)
11.1.9 Bihar State Co-operative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (COMFED)
11.1.10 Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Federation Ltd. (HDDCF)
11.1.11 Madhya Pradesh State Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd (MPCDF)
11.1.12 Pradeshik Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd (PCDF)
11.2 Private Dairy’s
11.2.1 Nestle India Limited
11.2.2 Hatsun Agro Product Limited
11.2.3 Tirumala Milk Products Pvt Ltd
11.2.4 Milk Food Limited
11.2.5 Heritage Foods India Limited
11.2.6 VRS Foods Limited
11.2.7 Sterling Agro Industries Ltd.
11.2.8 Bhole Baba Dairy Industries


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