DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Indian organic milk market: industry trends, share, size, growth, opportunities and forecasts 2020-2025” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offer.
The organic milk market in India grew at a CAGR of around 30% during the 2014-2019 period. Organic dairy farming refers to the system of farm design and management practices for producing milk and other dairy products without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers and antibiotics. Under organic farming standards, animals are restricted to the use of antibiotics and growth hormones and are fed with fodder, grown without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The animals are raised on natural supplements in human and hygienic conditions where they are allowed to graze freely on the farm; their trafficking is never forced; their diet is modified according to health needs; the udder is cleaned before and after milking; human interaction is minimized to avoid contamination of the milk.
Organic milk production is receiving increasing attention in India due to the growing health awareness among consumers regarding the consumption of regular milk. In conventional dairy farming, animals receive growth hormones and antibiotics, and are also fed on pastures containing a significant amount of pesticides. These chemicals have long-term biological effects on human health and have also been shown to be carcinogenic in nature. These health concerns, linked to the consumption of regular milk, have accentuated the shift towards its organic counterpart. Organic milk is not only free of antibiotics and other chemicals, many studies have also found that organic milk has higher nutritional content than regular milk. Milk is enriched with omega-3 fatty acids and certain vital antioxidants that are not found in regular milk. Driven by these health benefits, consumers are increasingly choosing organic milk and other dairy products. In addition, the country’s economic growth and the increase in disposable incomes of consumers have also propelled the adoption of biological variants. Looking forward, we expect the Indian organic milk market to continue to grow strongly in the 2020-2025 period.
Key questions addressed in this report:
How has the Indian organic milk market evolved so far and how will it behave in the coming years?
What are the main regional markets of the Indian organic milk market?
What is the distribution of the market according to the size of the packaging?
What is the distribution of the market according to the type of packaging?
What is the market disruption depending on the distribution channel?
Who are the main players in the Indian organic milk market?
What is the perception of consumers of organic milk in India?
How competitive is the market?
What are the main challenges related to legal compliance, plant establishment and organic practices in the organic milk market in India?
What are the organic milk supply requirements in India?
What are the logistical requirements for organic milk in India?
What are the different communication channels to market organic milk in India?
What are the different sizes of packaging offered by the main players in the industry?
What are the different types of packaging offered by the main players in the industry?
What are the different distribution channels adopted by the main industry players?
What are the prices of organic milk offered by the key players?
What are the main products offered by the main players in the industry?
Key topics covered:
2 Scope and methodology
2.1 Objectives of the study
2.3 Data sources
2.3.1 Primary sources
2.3.2 Secondary sources
2.4 Market estimation
2.4.1 Bottom-up approach
2.4.2 Top-down approach
2.5 Forecasting methodology
5 Organic milk market in India
5.1 Market overview
5.2 Market performance
5.2.1 Value trends
5.2.2 Trends in volumes
5.3 Market allocation by States
5.3.5 Tamil Nadu
5.4 Distribution by pack size
5.4.1 1 liter
5.4.2 500 ml.
5.4.3 2 liters
5.5 Breakdown by type of packaging
5.5.1 Plastic bottle
5.5.3 Glass bottle
5.6 Distribution by distribution channel
5.6.1 Home deliveries
5.6.2 Supermarket and hypermarket
5.7 Market forecasts
5.7.1 Value forecast
5.7.2 Volume forecast
6 Consumer perspectives
7 national and regional players
8 Supply requirement
9 Logistical requirements
10 challenges on the organic milk market in India
10.1 Challenges related to legal compliance
10.2 Challenges associated with setting up an organic dairy plant
10.3 Challenges related to organic practice
11 Communication strategy
Comparative analysis of 12 key players
12.1 Packing sizes
12.3 Distribution channels
12.5 Product portfolio
13 Profile of key players
14 Product proposal
15 best region to launch
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