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Indian Dairy Industry Performance Studied by RNCOS E-Services in Cutting-Edge Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

24 Dec 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The dairy industry in India is forecast to follow an upward trend in the upcoming years, owing to the expanding diversification and consolidation trends, rising profits of the domestic players and also the increasing number of foreign companies, entering the country’s market. The rising demand for dairy products in India along with the increasing incomes is predicted to stimulate the industry growth in the future years.

Presently, India ranks the globe's first producer of milk, holding a 17% share of the worldwide milk production volume. The country is also one of the world’s biggest consumers and producers of various milk products. The Indian milk production is predicted to increase at a CAGR of around 5% through 2021.

The Indian government has undertaken numerous initiatives with the aim to increase the production of clean milk, drive dairy development and cattle breeding and also improve feed fodder management.  On the whole, the key objective of the governmental initiatives is to enhance the milk production in the country as well as to upgrade milk processing technologies.

The continuous growth of the Indian dairy industry encourages further inflow of investments in the industry. With a view of nice opportunities, more foreign companies tend to expand their businesses in India. Such firms as Fonterra and Danone have already entered the Indian market. Furthermore, ITC also plans to set its footprints in the Indian dairy market.

Cutting-edge research report “Indian Dairy Industry Outlook 2020” developed by RNCOS E-Services Pvt. Ltd. presents access to important facts and details on the dairy market performance in India.

The new research report includes an extensive overview of the Indian dairy market scenario, includes a detailed analysis of the main sub-segments performance (including cheese, liquid milk, yoghurt, butter, ghee, paneer and cream). It reviews the key industry trends, drivers and opportunities; thoroughly analyses the import and export volumes dynamics and investigates the top challenges constraining the industry further growth. Additionally, the topical report sheds light on the latest technological advancements and discusses the major governmental initiatives and regulations. It delves deep into the competitive environment in the Indian dairy market, offers profiles of the major dairy producers, including details on their business specifications, financial performance and recent business activities. Future prospects of the Indian dairy industry up to 2020 are highlighted in the research study. 

Report Details:

Indian Dairy Industry Outlook 2020
Published: December, 2014
Pages: 100
Price: US$ 1,000.00

More cutting-edge research reports by the publisher can be found at RNCOS E-Services page.


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