The Indian dairy industry currently represents one of the largest in the world and contributes to the economic growth of the country by providing livelihood and nutritional protection to the masses. It is a crucial component of the rapid and self-sustained development of the rural economy, as the Indian dairy industry provides a lucrative source of income to small farmers, marginal cattle farmers, and landless laborers. It is governed by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), which was set up to empower the producers, reduce exploitation, integrate modern aspects in the management, and generate more employment. The Indian dairy industry is supported by various favorable schemes launched by the Government of India, which include the Rashtriya Gokul Mission, which focuses on enhancing milk output by genetically improving the cattle population and conserving indigenous cattle breeds. The National Program for Dairy Development (NPDD) emphasizes on strengthening the infrastructure of the industry, producing high-quality milk, and conducting effective marketing of milk and milk products through the State Implementing agency or State Cooperative Dairy Federation. The industry also assists in generating self-employment opportunities in the country due to the introduction of the Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme (DEDS) launched by governing authorities.
Indian Dairy Industry Trends:
At present, the increasing consumption of milk among the masses to prevent the occurrence of various bone-related diseases, such as arthritis, osteoporosis, and rheumatoid arthritis, represents one of the primary factors influencing the industry positively in India. Besides this, the rising demand for milk in the food and beverage (F&B) industry to produce milk powder, fresh cream, cheese, paneer, butter, ghee, curd, flavored and frozen yogurt, ice cream, buttermilk, and lassi is propelling the growth of the sector. In addition, the growing number of restaurants and cafes serving coffee, tea, milkshakes, smoothies, and various dairy sweets is offering a favorable market outlook. Apart from this, the rising usage of milk in protein shakes to stay fit, build lean muscles, and reduce weight is supporting the industry growth. Additionally, the increasing demand for probiotic drinks to boost immunity and improve digestive health among the masses is contributing to the growth of the dairy industry in India. Moreover, the rising utilization of milk and other dairy products in patisseries and bakeries to bake cookies, croissants, cakes, cookies, and pastries is strengthening the industry growth. Furthermore, the increasing export of milk and various value-added milk products is also bolstering the industry growth.
IMARC Group, which is one of the leading research and advisory firms, introduces a new and revolutionary way to evaluate the dairy industry in India with its Microsoft Excel as per the report entitled “Indian Dairy Industry Database 2023-2028”. This report offers an analytical and statistical insight into the Indian dairy market. The study has been undertaken using desk-based as well as primary market research and it analyzes the different aspects of the Indian dairy market.
Scope of the Report:
Regions Covered: Bihar, Orissa, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Pan India.
Dairy Segments Covered for Each Region: Liquid Milk, Ghee, Curd, Paneer, Ice Cream, Table Butter, Skimmed Milk Powder, Frozen/Flavored Yoghurt, Fresh Cream, Lassi, Butter Milk, Cheese, Flavored Milk, UHT Milk and Dairy Whitener.
Focus of the Analysis Across Each Region:
- Historical, Current and Future Volume Trends in the Overall Dairy Market
- Historical, Current and Future Value Trends in the Overall Dairy Market
- Historical, Current and Future Volume Breakup of Organised and Unorganised Dairy Market
- Historical, Current and Future Value Breakup of Organised and Unorganised Dairy Market
- Top Players and their Market Shares in the Overall Dairy Market
- Historical, Current and Future Volume Trends Across Each Dairy Segment
- Historical, Current and Future Value Trends Across Each Dairy Segment
- Historical, Current and Future Volume Breakup of Organised and Unorganised Market Across Each Dairy Segment
- Historical, Current and Future Value Breakup of Organised and Unorganised Market Across Each Dairy Segment
- Key Players and their Market Shares Across Each Dairy Segment
- Milk Procurement Prices
- Milk Production Trends
- Milk Production by Animal Type
Key Questions Answered?
- How has the dairy market performed so far and how will it perform in the future?
- Which states in India represent the biggest markets for dairy products?
- Which states in India represent the fastest growing markets for dairy products?
- What has been the performance of milk and value-added dairy products across each states?
- What are the fastest growing dairy segments across each state in India?
- What is the share of organised vs unorganised market for each dairy segment?
- What are the market shares of the leading players operating in each dairy segment?
- What are the milk procurement prices across each state in India?
- What are the milk production trends across each state?
- What is the popularity of cow milk vs buffalo milk across each state?
- What is the outlook of the dairy market across each state?