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“Dairy Industry in India: Market Size, Growth, Prices, Segments, Cooperatives, Private Dairies, Procurement and Distribution”
The report suggests that value added dairy products like UHT milk, flavored milk, flavored yoghurts, probiotic dairy products, etc. are currently growing at 20-25% annually.

India represents the world’s largest producer and consumer of dairy products. According to a new study entitled “Dairy Industry in India: Market Size, Growth, Prices, Segments, Cooperatives, Private Dairies, Procurement and Distribution” India’s milk production, which increased by nearly nine folds during 1951-2014, reached 147 Million Tons in 2014 and is expected to reach 189 Million Tons by 2020. This enormous growth can be attributed a number of factors.  These include – strong economic growth, rising middle class and urban population, increasing working population, changing dietary patterns and the fact that milk is considered a perfect health food in India. According to an analyst at IMARC Group “With a large vegetarian population, milk has traditionally been considered as an important health food and a good source of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. Milk has been associated with good health and wellness and, as a result, has driven the country to become the world’s largest consumer of milk”.

According to the report, increasing incomes have resulted in consumers moving away from cereals to high value food products such as milk, egg, meat, fruits and vegetables – a natural corollary to the negative income elasticity for cereals in India and positive income elasticity for high quality food. This change is occurring both among rural and urban households. In the case of rural households, out of total monthly food expenditure, households spent around 15% of their total income on milk and milk products. In the case of urban households these figures were around 16%. Another trend worth noting is that the per capita monthly expenditure on milk and milk products had increased at a CAGR of 14% and 12% during the last seven years for rural and urban households respectively. The per capita expenditure on cereals during the same period, on the other hand, had increased only at 6% and 7% for rural and urban households respectively. This suggests that with rising income levels, Indians are now consuming lesser amounts of cereals and increasing their consumption of milk and milk products.

Looking at the competitive landscape, the overall dairy market in the country is predominantly unorganized with the organized sector- consisting of private dairies and cooperatives currently accounting for only 20% of the entire market. The organized sector, however, is currently growing much faster than the unorganized sector with value-added dairy products (VADP) currently being its biggest drivers.  Factors such as rising urbanization, changing consumption patterns and an increasing demand for safe, nutritious and healthy milk products that can be eaten on-the-go are currently the biggest drivers of this market.  According to the report, value added dairy products have a lower competition and tend to fetch significantly higher margins than plain products. The report suggests that value added products like UHT milk, flavored milk, flavored yoghurts, probiotic dairy products, etc. are currently growing at 20-25% annually.

IMARC Group’s new report entitled “Dairy Industry in India: Market Size, Growth, Prices, Segments, Cooperatives, Private Dairies, Procurement and Distribution”, which is the fourth edition of their highly acclaimed publication is an outcome of an intensive research on the Indian dairy industry. This report draws upon a comprehensive analysis of every major dairy segment in India.


Table of Contents

1        Research Methodology and Market Definitions

2        Executive Summary

3        Global Dairy Industry

3.1         Milk and Milk Products Production: Historical, Current and Future Trends

3.2         Milk Prices: Historical and Current Trends

3.3         Milk and Milk Product: Production By Country

3.4         Milk and Milk Products: Top Importing and Exporting Countries

3.5         Global Cattle Population

3.6         Perspective on Cow and Buffalo Milk

3.7         Top Dairy Companies

3.8         Mergers and Acquisitions

4        Indian Dairy Industry: Demand Drivers

4.1         Strong Historical and Projected GDP Growth Rates

4.2         Rising Middle Class and Urban Population

4.3         Large and Increasing Working Population

4.4         Changing Dietary Patterns

4.5         Milk is Considered a Perfect Healthfood in India

5        Indian Food and Beverage Industry

6        Indian Dairy Industry: Milk Production and Consumption

6.1         Current Milk Production and Consumption Trends

6.2         Milk Production by State

6.3         Milk Production by Cows and Buffaloes

6.4         Structure of the Indian Dairy Industry

6.5         Milk Utilization Patterns in India

6.6         Milk Production and Consumption Forecast

7        Market for Milk and Value Added Dairy Products in India

7.1         Indian Dairy Industry: Market Trends

7.1.1          Current Trends

7.1.2          Market Forecast

7.2         Performance of Various Sub segments

7.2.1          Liquid Milk

7.2.1.1           Current Trends

7.2.1.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.1.3           Market Forecast

7.2.2          UHT Milk

7.2.2.1           Current Trends

7.2.2.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.2.3           Market Forecast

7.2.3          Flavoured Milk

7.2.3.1           Current Trends

7.2.3.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.3.3           Market Forecast

7.2.4          Curd

7.2.4.1           Current Trends

7.2.4.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.4.3           Market Forecast

7.2.5          Lassi

7.2.5.1           Current Trends

7.2.5.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.5.3           Market Forecast

7.2.6          Butter Milk (Chach)

7.2.6.1           Current Trends

7.2.6.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.6.3           Market Forecast

7.2.7          Flavoured and Frozen Yoghurts

7.2.7.1           Current Trends

7.2.7.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.7.3           Market Forecast

7.2.8          Cheese

7.2.8.1           Current Trends

7.2.8.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.8.3           Market Forecast

7.2.9         Probiotic Dairy Products

7.2.9.1           Current Trends

7.2.9.2           Competitive Landscape

7.2.9.3           Market Forecast

7.2.10        Butter

7.2.10.1          Current Trends

7.2.10.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.10.3          Market Forecast

7.2.11        Ghee

7.2.11.1          Current Trends

7.2.11.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.11.3          Market Forecast

7.2.12        Paneer (Cottage Cheese)

7.2.12.1          Current Trends

7.2.12.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.12.3          Market Forecast

7.2.13        Khoya

7.2.13.1          Current Trends

7.2.13.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.13.3          Market Forecast

7.2.14        Skimmed Milk Powder

7.2.14.1          Current Trends

7.2.14.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.14.3          Market Forecast

7.2.15        Dairy Whiteners

7.2.15.1          Current Trends

7.2.15.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.15.3          Market Forecast

7.2.16        Ice Cream

7.2.16.1          Current Trends

7.2.16.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.16.3          Market Forecast

7.2.17        Dairy Sweets

7.2.17.1          Current Trends

7.2.17.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.17.3          Market Forecast

7.2.18        Cream

7.2.18.1          Current Trends

7.2.18.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.18.3          Market Forecast

7.2.19        Whey

7.2.19.1          Current Trends

7.2.19.2          Competitive Landscape

7.2.19.3          Market Forecast

8        Indian Dairy Market: Procurement and Distribution

8.1         Procurement

8.1.1          Milk Procurement Model: Cooperatives and Private Dairies

8.1.1.1       Milk Production at Village Level

8.1.1.2       Milk Collection at Collection Centres

8.1.1.3       Transportation and Processing

8.1.2          Incentives by Milk Processers to Farmers for Milk Collection

8.1.2.1       Compensation

8.1.2.2       Bonus

8.1.2.3       Insurance

8.1.2.4       Loans

8.1.2.5       Health Checkups and Medical Facilities

8.1.2.6       Subsidized Cattle Feed and Seeds

8.1.2.7       Other Incentives

8.1.3          Procurement Prices of Milk in India

8.1.4          Challenges of Milk Procurement in India

8.2         Distribution

8.2.1          Milk and Milk Products Distribution Model: Cooperatives and Private Dairies

8.2.1.1       Manufacturing Plant: Product Processing, Packaging and Delivery

8.2.1.2       Distributors

8.2.1.3       Retailers

8.2.1.4       Retail Parlors

8.2.1.5       Door Delivery Systems

8.2.1.6       Cash and Carry

8.2.2          Selling Prices of Milk in India

8.2.3          Distributor and Retailer Margins

8.2.4          Challenges of Milk Distribution in India

9        Competitive Landscape

9.1         Most Dairy Players in the Country Are Limited to Only A Few Regions

9.2         Critical Success Factors for the Dairy Industry

9.2.1          Procurement Infrastructure

9.2.2          Processing Infrastructure

9.2.3          Distribution Network

9.2.4          Marketing

9.3         Why All Players Don’t Focus on All Success Factors

10     Indian Dairy Industry: Foreign Trade

10.1       Imports

10.2       Exports

11     Setting up a Dairy Plant

11.1       Land, Location and Site Development

11.2       Infrastructure Requirements

11.3       Manpower Requirements

11.4       Loans and Financing

11.5       Plant Machinery

11.6       Other Capital Investments

11.7       Techno-Economic Parameters

11.8       Income Projections

11.9       Expenditure Projections

11.10         Financial Analysis

12     Indian Dairy Industry: Government Regulations

12.1       Regulatory Framework

12.2       Government Initiatives

12.3       Trade Policy

12.4       Strategies for Market Entry

13     Indian Dairy Industry: Key Player Profiles

13.1       Dairy Cooperatives

13.1.1        Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd

13.1.1.1          Company overview

13.1.1.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.1.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.2        Mother Dairy Fruits & Vegetables Pvt Limited

13.1.2.1          Company overview

13.1.2.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.2.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.3        Karnataka Co-operative Milk Producers Federation Limited

13.1.3.1          Company overview

13.1.3.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.3.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.4        Rajasthan Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd (RCDF)

13.1.4.1          Company Overview

13.1.4.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.4.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.5        Tamilnadu Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (TCMPF)

13.1.5.1          Company overview

13.1.5.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.5.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.6        Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (MILKFED)

13.1.6.1          Company overview

13.1.6.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.6.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.7        Orissa State Cooperative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (OMFED)

13.1.7.1          Company overview

13.1.7.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.7.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.8        Maharashtra Rajya Sahakari Dudh Mahasangh Maraydit (Mahasangh)

13.1.8.1          Company overview

13.1.8.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.8.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.9        Bihar State Co-operative Milk Producers Federation Ltd (COMFED)

13.1.9.1          Company overview

13.1.9.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.9.3          Product Portfolio

13.1.10       Haryana Dairy Development Cooperative Federation Ltd. (HDDCF)

13.1.10.1       Company overview

13.1.10.2       Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.10.3       Product Portfolio

13.1.11       Madhya Pradesh State Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd (MPCDF)

13.1.11.1       Company overview

13.1.11.2       Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.11.3       Product Portfolio

13.1.12       Pradeshik Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd (PCDF)

13.1.12.1       Company overview

13.1.12.2       Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.1.12.3       Product Portfolio

13.2       Private Dairies

13.2.1        Nestle India Limited

13.2.1.1          Company overview

13.2.1.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.1.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.2        Hatsun Agro Product Limited

13.2.2.1          Company overview

13.2.2.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.2.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.3        Tirumala Milk Products Pvt Ltd

13.2.3.1          Company overview

13.2.3.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.3.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.4        Milk Food Limited

13.2.4.1          Company overview

13.2.4.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.4.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.5        Heritage Foods India Limited

13.2.5.1          Company overview

13.2.5.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.5.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.6        VRS Foods Limited

13.2.6.1          Company overview

13.2.6.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.6.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.7        Bhole Baba Dairy Industries

13.2.7.1          Company overview

13.2.7.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.7.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.8        Kwality Ltd.

13.2.8.1          Company overview

13.2.8.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.8.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.9        Sterling Agro

13.2.9.1          Company overview

13.2.9.2          Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.9.3          Product Portfolio

13.2.10       Parag Milk Foods

13.2.10.1       Company overview

13.2.10.2       Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.10.3       Product Portfolio

13.2.11       SMC Foods Limited

13.2.11.1       Company overview

13.2.11.2       Financials and Milk Processing Capacity

13.2.11.3       Product Portfolio


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