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    Cheese Market in India (2009 -2018) : Say Cheese to Prosperity

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    The Indian dairy industry has registered positive growth in the last decade and promises immense

    potential in the near future. As the largest milk producing country in the world, India is expected to

    become a key player in the global dairy industry by 2020. To transform it into a globally competitive

    leader, the quality of milk and other dairy products needs to be improved by developing the industry

    at each level of the supply chain, starting from the farm gate to processing plants.

    Further, as disposable income and purchasing power continue to rise, the demand for milk is

    anticipated to expand at a higher rate than in the previous decade. Presently, the consumption

    demand for milk is growing faster than overall milk production. This could create a demandsupply

    mismatch in the near future. Besides, a rise in income levels of rural households coupled with farm

    debt waivers, will accelerate the demand for milk and dairy products in both the rural and the urban


    Meanwhile, the growth of milk production is likely to sustain at the current rate of 4 percent, while

    the consumption demand is anticipated to increase at 7 percent. Since the consumption demand is

    significantly higher than the anticipated growth of milk production, the sector offers huge growth

    potential for dairy companies.

    Moreover, the value-added dairy products have seen a spiraling demand in the last decade. The

    most promising segment has been the cheese market. With market mostly dominated by few

    variants, less consumption, low penetration and unorganized players, cheese market has given lot of

    hope to new and existing dairy firms. The industry has experienced a 50 percent rise in cheese sales

    in the last five years. Besides, many local cheese makers have found investors in the form of private

    equity firms to increase their production due to rising demand.

    The cheese market in India is estimated at USD 237 million in 2013 and is predicted to grow with a

    healthy rate of 20 percent annually to reach USD 590 million by 2018.

    The competition is heating up among existing dairy companies in India. Parag, Amul, Britannia and

    Nestle are investing heavily to augment their production capacity, product portfolio and operational

    efficiency to match the domestic and overseas competition.

    Innovative marketing, technological growth and research and development in cheese production

    have opened up new avenues for growth in the Indian cheese industry. More and more tech-support

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    companies are entering into the Indian dairy market as the demand for technological efficiency and

    innovation in the supply chain increases.

    The expansion of the industry coupled with stagnation in developed countries has compelled foreign

    companies to enter the Indian market either through acquisition or joint venture.

    However, lack of infrastructure to store milk, low productivity, high cost of production and logistic

    concerns have stagnated the growth of the dairy industry.

    With the development of various government policies in dairy farming and the induction of modern

    techniques and technology in production methods the Indian dairy sector is poised for exponential

    growth. An upgradation of the supply chain mechanism would be the winning ace for the industry.

    Going forward, both Indian and international manufacturers are expected to invest in expanding

    their capacities. With technology adoption coupled with researches in dairy processing and cheese

    manufacturing, the industry is looking up towards prosperity.

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    Table of Contents

    1. Overview

    1.1 Global Dairy Industry

    1.2 Global Milk Production

    1.3 Global Cheese Production

    2. Indian Dairy Industry

    2.1 State-wise Milk Production in India

    3. Cheese Market in India

    4. Growth Drivers & Recent Trends

    4.1 Nascent Market for Cheese in India

    4.2 Minimal Variant of Cheese

    4.3 Low Cheese Consumption

    4.4 Cheese Consumption Restricted to Metros

    4.5 Growing Quick Service Restaurant Market

    4.6 Increasing Presence of Foreign Players

    4.7 Distinctive Marketing Ideas

    4.8 Technological Adoption in Manufacturing

    4.9 Competitive Rivalry

    4.10 Growth of Organized Retail

    4.11 Expansion in Institutional Sales

    5. Investments

    6. Outlook

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