Dairy federations and companies are incorporating better technologies in the production of dairy products leading to an increase in demand, says RNCOS.
Noida, UP -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/09/2015 -- India is currently the largest producer of milk in the world and is self-sufficient. India is going through winds of change on account of meliorated milk availability, globalization, and the entry of the private sector in the dairy industry. According to the recent report by RNCOS, traditional products claim a significant share in the dairy industry revenues; although these products have limited shelf-life. Now with the advent of novel milk processing technologies, the sector is poised to gear up.
In recent years, Indian dairy industry has witnessed various R&D initiatives. Government federations as well as companies are working upon increasing the productivity in the sector. Recently, Amul has planned to sell fluid milk through "Any Time Milk" vending machines. The pilot project of this 24x7 ATM began recently with the installation of a vending machine at the gate of Amul Dairy at Anand in Gujarat. Other innovations like the new technology of whey based lassi are a conventional method of concentration, drying and membrane processing. With regular new product developments and technological advancements in the processing, Indian dairy sector is set to follow a stupendous growth in the coming years.
The report "Indian Dairy Industry Outlook 2020", by RNCOS spread over 95 pages provides an in-depth research and rational analysis of the current status and future growth prospects of the Indian dairy market. Our research includes profound study of Indian dairy industry with forecast provided for milk production and the demand for Milk. The report covers Indian dairy market and various primary dairy products like Liquid Milk, Curd, Butter, Ghee, etc., for which market forecast have been provided till 2018. The report also covers analysis of various dairy products exports & imports in the country for the last five years, in order to present country's performance on a global platform.
In India, there are various laws and regulations which overlook the food and related commodities; hence report also contains sections on government regulations and Government initiatives. Additionally, report provides the key primary insights of the Indian dairy sector through sections on industry challenges and opportunities. Report throws light upon the Industry trends & drivers which are expected to transform the face of Indian dairy sector in the coming years. Finally, competitive landscape section provides the business overview, financials, strength & weakness, and recent development of major dairy federations and private players.
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