IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Camel Dairy Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2018-2023”, estimated that the global camel dairy market reached a value of US$ XX Million in 2017, growing at a CAGR of XX% during 2010-2017. In the dry regions, camel dairy farming has emerged as an alternative to traditional dairy farming which requires large amounts of electricity and water for maintenance of the cattle. Moreover, camel milk has high nutritional value in comparison to milk produced by cows. It is a rich source of vitamin A and C, potassium, magnesium, copper, sodium, iron and manganese. Camel milk also has high content of potent immunoglobulins which are powerful immunity-boosting antibodies. They mitigate the risk of autoimmune diseases and help people with allergies, autism, and heart and immunity problems. Besides this, the milk obtained from camels does not contain lactoglobulin and A1 casein owing to which it is considered suitable for people with bovine dairy allergies.
Global Camel Dairy Market Drivers:
Camel milk is gaining popularity among diabetic patients as it contains insulin necessary for type 1 diabetics. Continuously increasing number of diabetics across the world, especially in the United States, India and China, has stimulated the demand for camel milk. Moreover, as the fats present in camel milk are naturally homogenized, it can be frozen and thawed without changing its consistency to produce various other dairy products. As a result, the dairy operators are increasingly investing in the manufacturing of value-added products by introducing a range of ice-cream, cheese, ghee and chocolate made from camel milk in order to expand their consumer-base. However, higher breeding costs of camels and low milk yield have resulted into the high cost of camel milk which can hamper its demand. Looking forward, the market value is projected to reach US$ XX Million by 2023, expanding at a CAGR of XX% during 2018-2023.
Global Camel Dairy Market Summary:
- On the basis of product type, pasteurized camel milk accounts for the majority of the total market share. Unpasteurized camel milk may be exposed to a number of animal-based pathogens owing to which pasteurized milk is highly preferred by the consumers. Other major products include raw camel milk, camel milk ice cream, camel milk powder, camel milk infant formulae, flavoured camel milk, camel milk cheese, camel milk yoghurt, camel milk laban and camel milk ghee.
- The market has also been divided on the basis of packaging type into bottles, cans, cartons and jars. Amongst these, bottles represent the dominant segment, holding the largest share. Bottles help in preserving the flavour of dairy products and are less likely to allow contents to mix with other chemicals or air particles.
- Based on distribution channel, the market has been segregated as specialty stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets, convenience stores, and online.
- Region-wise, Africa is the leading market due to a large population of camels in the region. Apart from Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Oceania are the major markets for camel dairy.
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