India Dominates Pulses Market, Says IMARC Group in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com28 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Pulses enjoy nutritional benefits, and they have qualities that help to prevent and combat different chronic issues, such as obesity, diabetes, heart diseases, and more.
They are relatively popular across developing countries, since pulses form a vital part of a healthy diet there. Still, the consumption volume is different in countries due to dietary patterns, availability, and more.
Today, countries that produce pulses are also their major consumers. Major producing countries are India, China, Canada, Brazil, and more. As of 2016, a volume of the global market for pulses amounted to more than 82 million tons, growing at a CAGR of around 4% over the period 2009-2016.
The demand for pulses is ignited by changing dietary habits, improving living standards, and more. Chickpea forms the largest category in the marketplace. It is also the most widely produced product category. It is followed by Kaspa Pea, Pigeon Pea, Lentil, Black Gram, etc. Most pulses are consumed directly. The snack-food industry and the flour industry are other prominent consumers.
New research report “Pulses Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017-2022” drawn up by IMARC Group offers a comprehensive discussion of the worldwide market for pulses. The study provides a 360-degree overview of the marketplace. It thoroughly reviews industry trends.
The report covers volume and value trends. The research study sheds light on price trends. It discusses imports and exports dynamics. The research report comprises SWOT, value chain and Porter’s five forces analyses.
The study explores driving forces as well as success factors. It investigates performance of key regions. The report scrutinizes performance of market segments and touches upon end-users.
The research study unveils the competitive structure and describes pulses processing in detail. It focuses on pulses projects and limelights loans and financial assistance. The research report covers project economics, too.
More new studies by IMARC Group can be found at its page.