Demand for Milk & Cream Products Has Surged Globally, States GRDS in Its New Report Package Available at MarketPublishers.com26 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Over the past several years, increased volatility in the global dairy universe has exerted a huge influence on the performance of the milk and cream manufacturing sector from pole to pole. Economic progress and surging affluence in the expanding economies of South America, Asia and the Middle East region brought about a fast-paced hike in the demand for milk and cream products. In the offing, the industry is poised for a bright future, which will be attributed to the global economic situation, recovery from recession, local seasonal conditions in key exporting nations and product innovation efforts. Additionally, the availability of pastoral lands, feed expenditures, environmental costs associated with dairy production and trade liberalisation policies are also expected to impact the performance of the industry players.
Segment-wise, fluid (grade A) milk is the dominant segment within the world milk and cream industry. It may be used for human consumption, but grade B milk is only suited for producing other dairy products.
New report bundle “Global Milk and Cream Market to 2020 - Market Size, Development, Top 10 Countries, and Forecasts” elaborated by Global Research & Data Services (GRDS) offers shrewd, comprehensive insights into the worldwide milk and cream market and presents detailed analyses for the top 10 individual countries – Brazil, Australia, China, Germany, France, Russia, the USA, Italy, India, and Mexico. For each country, the report package analyses the overall market size, historical and forecast; provides market sizing for each of the product segments reviewed, historical and forecast; evaluates the growth rates for the milk and cream industry as a whole and the various product segments, historical and projected; gives details on the market shares of the versatile products discussed, for 2008, 2014 and 2019; and covers the projected growth rates of the total market and each of its separate segments.
Historic data are available from 2009 to 2015 and extensive forecasts are given through to 2020.
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