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India is the leading producer of milk in the world and accounted 17% of the
global milk production during 2012-13. The dairy sector in India has witnessed
significant developments over the past decade encouraged by Government’s
intensive dairy development policies such as ‘Operation Flood’. The sector
offers immense scope to private players to tap the growing demand for value
added dairy products that offer better margins as compared to liquid milk.
This note on Dairy Sector in India has been prepared through extensive secondary
research supported by detailed analysis and focuses on market details, growth
trends, major players, recent developments and key drivers of the Indian Dairy
This Snapshot can be used as an “Information & Management Tool” and is ideal for
overseas investors to get the first feel of the Indian Dairy Sector. Senior
managers, apart from gaining insight into the Dairy Sector, can also use this
report for making presentations to internal audiences, customers, collaborators
and channel partners.
B. Sector Structure
C.2 Methods of preparation
D. Segment Details
D.1 Liquid Milk
D.2 Milk Powder
D.4 Ice creams
D.5 Processed cheese
E. Trade Details
F. Recent Developments
List of Figures
Figure1: Milk processing and distribution channel
Figure2: Milk: Trends in Production, 2008-09 to 2012-13(million tonnes)
Figure3: Milk Production by region, 2012-13, %
Figure4: Dairy sector: Key product segments
Figure5: Dairy Output: Organised sector, Break-up by Segments, %, 2012-13
List of Tables
Table1: Method of Preparation of Traditional Milk Product
Table 2: Dairy products: Trends in export, 2010-13, (Mn tn)
Table 3: Recent Developments