India Milk Production Reached 162 Million Metric Tons in 2016-2017, States IMARC Group in Its Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com12 Sep 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – India is one of the biggest manufacturers of milk worldwide; the country’s total milk production grew from 122 million metric tons in 2010-2011 to 162 million metric tons in 2016-2017. In spite of this, the Indian dairy industry largely remains unorganised, led by small and marginal dairy farmers. There are considerable untapped opportunities in the national dairy sector, which attracts a range of privately-held companies and investors. Additionally, the national government has also been showing initiatives toward the dairy sector development by rendering support to the milk cooperatives and rural milk producers. Furthermore, the steady growth of the domestic economy has resulted in a hike in the consumers’ spending power, urbanization growth, and also changes in the dietary regimes. With an increase in the working population, intense lifestyles and rising health consciousness amid the consumers, there has been a move towards healthy and RTE dairy products. Besides this, a huge number of prosperous consumers who opt for value-added and premium dairy products, have further contributed to the growth of the country’s organised dairy sector.
New research report “Indian Dairy Industry Database 2017-2022” elaborated by IMARC Group provides comprehensive insights into the dairy market on a national level. It gives detailed historical, actual and future volume and value trends in the overall dairy market. The report provides a historical, actual and future breakdown of organised and unorganised dairy market, by volume and value. The study reviews, volume and value, trends across each of the dairy segments. The research publication includes an extensive breakdown of organised and unorganised market across all dairy segments, by value and volume. It gives a discussion of the top players and their market shares across the overall dairy market and each dairy segment. The report presents an all-round analysis of milk procurement prices, keeps track of milk manufacturing trends, and includes a breakup of milk production by animal type. Furthermore, the report provides the outlook of the dairy market in each state.
More new reports by this publisher can be found at IMARC Group page.