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  • Indian Dairy IndustryIndian Dairy Industry
  • Global Scenario of Dairy IndustryGlobal Scenario of Dairy Industry Europe remains the largest market in the dairy Industry US Follows Europe as the second largest market Preference for rich, fortified, fat-specific, and organic variants of various dairy products in the market CAGR(2011-2014) drinking milk sector: Global : 1.9 % , APAC: 3.5%, Western Europe: 0.2%, Africa: 2.2%, Eastern Europe:2.4, Latin America: 2.8% India is going to be a major market for international players Growing population Increasing income levels It is projected to account for over 1/3 of the global milk consumption by 2020 Source: Datamonitor
  • Some numbers about Indian DairySome numbers about Indian Dairy IndustryIndustry India produces 17% of worldwide milk production No. of milk producing dairy cows are 38.50 million No. of buffaloes are 38.10 million Milk production is growing at 7% by volume and 10% by value Dairy accounts for 21% of agricultural production of India The market size for milk and milk products is estimated INR 3.6 lakh crores The organized market is growing at nearly 10% in value terms annualy Per capita milk consumption is around 276 gm per day Source: National Dairy Development Board, International Dairy federation 2010
  • Indian dairy industry estimated to have grown 6.8%Indian dairy industry estimated to have grown 6.8% over the last decadeover the last decade Indian Dairy Scenario Dairy contributes to 16% of consumer spend on food 18% in Urban, 15% in rural Estimated value of market - INR 3.6 lakh crores. Driven by increasing population, life expectancy and preference for dairy products High value processed products estimated to be growing at 15 to 25% Market dominated by unorganised sector (80%) *CSO- 1997 and 2008 census, value terms, PwC analysis
  • Structure Of Indian Dairy IndustryStructure Of Indian Dairy Industry
  • State Cooperatives in IndiaState Cooperatives in India
  • Milk Butter Ghee Buttermilk Lassee Dahi Ice Crea m Amul Gujarat Vijaya Andhra Pradesh Nandini - Karnataka Gokul Kholhapur Verka - Punjab Milma - Kerala Mahanand Maharashtra State cooperatives and its Offerings
  • Cheese Paneer Mithai range Milk powders Cream /Dairy Whiteners Amul Gujarat Vijaya Andhra Pradesh Nandini - Karnataka Gokul Kholhapur Verka - Punjab Milma - Kerala Mahanand Maharashtra State cooperatives and its offerings
  • Indian Private PlayersIndian Private Players In 2002- joint venture with Fonterra(New Zealand), worlds second largest dairy company Bangalore Turnover - 293.06 crores Mother dairy was set up in 1974 Uttar Pradesh Turnover Rs5,200 crores In 1970 with Arun Ice Cream, which is famous in south Chennai Turnover 336.88 crores Founded by parag Milk Foods Pvt Ltd in 1992 Pune Turnover 1000crores
  • Milk Butter Ghee Buttermilk Lassi Dahi Ice Cream Britannia Hatsun Agro Product Ltd Mother Dairy Parag Milk Foods Pvt Ltd - Gowardhan Indian private players and its offerings
  • Cheese Paneer Mithai range Milk powder s Cream / Dairy Whitener Frozen Yogurt Britannia Hatsun Agro Product Ltd Mother Dairy Parag Milk Foods Pvt Ltd Gowardhan Indian Players and its offerings
  • Global Players Switzerland , started in 1866 with sales turnover Rs 1,471.30 crore New Zealand, started in 2001 with sales turnover US $17 billion. Denmark , started in 1881with annual turnover of Danish krone (DKK) 64 billion Barcelona, Spain started in 1994,
  • Cheese Paneer Mithai range Milk powders Cream /Dairy Whiteners Frozen Yogurt Nestle Fonterra Arla Foods Global Players and its offerings
  • Milk Butter Ghee Buttermi lk Lasse e Dahi Ice Cream Nestle (switzerland) Fonterra (Swedish and German Based Farmers ) Arla Foods (New Zealand ) Global Players and its offerings
  • ValueValue Parameters of DairyParameters of Dairy 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Amul Nestle Mother Dairy Britannia
  • StakeholdersStakeholders
  • SUPPLY CHAIN
  • Milk procurement price has grown by about 2.5Milk procurement price has grown by about 2.5 times in the last decade.times in the last decade. Trend expected to continue in the near futureTrend expected to continue in the near future
  • Key sector constraints acrossKey sector constraints across the value chainthe value chain
  • Increasing demand and high inefficiencies acrossIncreasing demand and high inefficiencies across supply chain open up diverse businesssupply chain open up diverse business opportunitiesopportunities
  • Growth Drivers of Dairy IndustryGrowth Drivers of Dairy Industry Population Growth Economic Growth: Indian economy is the second fastest growing economy in the world after China and growing at an average rate of 8%(Y-O-Y) Rapid Urbanization: At present about 28.40% of Indias population live in urban area and is expected to touch 40.76% by 2030 Rising Income Levels: Average income of Indians is growing continuously Technical innovation in milk products processing The fast changing food habits Increased use of fast foods, modified foods and instant foods Health food is a sunrise industry in India Value added milk products
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