Present Situation Analysis of Dairy Industry Development in China

 Published On: Jan, 2015 |    No of Pages: 22 |  Published By: CCM International Limited | Format: PDF
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Dairy product industry hot topics in 2013-2014:

- On 30 May 2014, the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) announced that 82 Chinese infant formula processors have now acquired production licenses and the other 51 infant formula processors that failed to pass the review (or applied to delay the review or applied to cancel the license) have had to suspend production.

- At the end of 2013, CFDA released the Detailed Rules for Infant Formula Processor Approval, which raised the bar for infant formula production by posing stricter requirements in respect of raw materials, product formulations, technical processes and procedures, premises and equipment, etc.

- In June 2013, the State Council approved the Plan for Promoting the Merger and Acquisition (M&A) among Infant Formula Powder Enterprises, published by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Finance and the CFDA. After the following five years, the number of China's enterprises in infant formula powder industry will be integrated into about 50.

- On 16 June, 2013, General Office of the State Council issued the Suggestion on Further Improve the Quality and Safety of Infant Milk Powder. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology together with the CFDA introduced the common regulation policy of infant milk powder.


China’s dairy industry is developing smoothly at present. The production, consumption and import & export of dairy industry have achieved a certain development. And there are obvious improvements at the levels of technical equipment, milk production bases, dairy cow breeding and production scale. Besides, the export and export structure of dairy products have also been gradually changed.

Purpose of report:

To clearly describe the present situation of China's dairy industry, CCM has collected lots of information in various ways. In this report, production, consumption, import and export has been described in detail, all aspects of the specific situation also have been analyzed.

What to report:

In this report, present situation in dairy product industry has been analyzed exhaustively from the following aspects:
- Production situation of dairy product industry
- Consumption situation of dairy product industry
- Import & export analysis in dairy industry

Dairy production will continue to rise and dairy products structure will be more diversified. With the improvement of people’s living standards, residents will increase the consumption of dairy products, at the same time, dairy consumption level will also be more diversified. Also, dairy products’ import and export structure will gradually optimize.

1 Production
1.1 Dairy production
1.2 Dairy cow breeding situation
1.3 Production of dairy products
1.4 Dairy prices
2 Consumption
2.1 Average per capita consumption of dairy products
2.2 Consumption by region
2.3 Consumption by product
3 Import&Export
3.1 Overall analysis
3.2 Product analysis

Table 1.2-1 Subsidies for constructions of standardized scaled cow farming village (field), 2008-2014
Table 1.2-2 Occupantion rate of cows in China in each breeding scale, 2009-2011
Table 1.2-3 Mechanized milking rate in China, 2005-2013
Table 1.3-1 Dairy subsidies for raising fine dairy cow variety in China, 2005-2014
Table 1.3-2 Dairy output and dairy herd size in China, 2000-2013
Table 2.2-1 Comparison of per capita dairy consumption expenditure of urban residents in China by region, 2008 and 2012

Figure 1.1-1 Dollar value of China's dairy industry production, 2009-2013
Figure 1.1-2 Proportion of dairy production to the total production of entire animal husbandry industry in China, 2009-2013
Figure 1.2-1 Dairy cow breeding geographic distribution in China, 2013
Figure 1.2-2 Trend of dairy herds change in China, 1978-2013, million head
Figure 1.2-3 Breeding scale of dairy cow in China by breeding volume, 2002-2012
Figure 1.3-1 Output of milk in China, 1978-2013, million tonne
Figure 1.3-2 Per unit yield of dairy cow from major countries in the world, 2012, tonne/head•year
Figure 1.3-3 Dairy production in China by region, 2011-2013, million tonne
Figure 1.3-4 Geographic distribution of dairy production in China, 2013
Figure 1.4-1 Producer price index of China's dairy industry, 2009-2013
Figure 1.4-2 Consumer price index of China's dairy industry, 2009-2013
Figure 1.4-3 Total breeding costs for one cow in China, 2008-2011, RMB
Figure 1.4-4 Component of breeding costs in China, 2008-2011
Figure 1.4-5 Market price of corn and 43% level soybean meal in China, 2009-2014
Figure 2.1-1 Per capita dairy consumption in China, 2001-2013, kg
Figure 2.1-2 Comparison of per capita dairy consumption in the world, 2013
Figure 2.2-1 Top ten urban areas with the highest per capita dairy consumption expenditure in China, 2010-2012, RMB
Figure 2.2-2 Urban residents' per capita dairy consumption expenditure and its proportion in total food expenditure in China, 2012, RMB
Figure 2.3-1 Per capita purchase quantity proportion of dairy products by urban residents in China based on product type, 2008 and 2012
Figure 3.1-1 Import and export volume of China's dairy products, 2009-2013, '000 tonne
Figure 3.1-2 Import and export value of China's dairy products, 2009-2013, million USD
Figure 3.1-3 Average unit price of imported and exported dairy products in China, 2009-2013, USD/t
Figure 3.2-1 Import volume of major dairy products in China, 2009-2013, '000 tonne
Figure 3.2-2 Export volume of major dairy products in China, 2009-2013, '000 tonne

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