NUPUR TEWARI 39117 ARPITA SINGH 39116
India s Food Processing industry ranked 5th in terms of production, consumption, export & expected growth. It is the largest producer of milk, pulses, sugarcane and tea in the world and big producer of wheat, rice, f & v. The Indian food industry is estimated to be worth over US$ 200 billion and is expected to grow to US$ 310 billion by 2015.
The Indian food processing industry is estimated at US$ 70 billion. It contributed 6.3 per cent to India s GDP in 2003 and had a share of 6 per cent in the total industrial production. India is one of the world s major food producers but accounts for only 1.7 per cent (valued at US$ 7.5 billion) of world trade in this sector this share is slated to increase to 3 per cent (US$ 20 billion) by 2015.
Strategic interventions under 11th five year plan : Food Parks, Abattoirs, Cold chains, Street Food, Wine Policy-liberalized, leveraging the agri/horticultural surpluses, Testing & certification labs- both public and private. Union budget 2010 has decreased the prices of processed foods.
FOOD PROCESSING UNITS IN ORGANISED SECTOR (NUMBERS)
PARAMETERS OF COMPETITION
Indian food processors may be divided into the following main categories: Large Indian companies that have their production base in India or neighboring countries (for tax-saving purposes) Multinational and joint-venture companies that have their production base in India Medium/small domestic food-processing companies with a local presence Small local players in the unorganized sector
India has emerged as the largest milk producing country in the world with present level of annual milk production of 94.5 MT. Annual growth of 4% during the period 1993-2005. Dairy Cooperatives account for 60% share of processed liquid milk marketed in the India.
The lead players in processed milk products in the market are as follows: Amul, Britannia, and others include Vijaya, Verka and Vadilal. In the category of cheese: Amul, Britannia Dabur (Le Bon) are the leading players including others like Verka, Nandini, Vijaya and Vadilal.
The industry is growing at almost 10%. India ranks first in world buffalo population. India produces an estimated 1.5 million tonnes of buffalo meat annually, of which 24% is exported. Only about 1% of the total meat is converted into value added products like sausages, ham, bacon, kababs etc. Meat exports have been growing at close to 30% per annum in terms of quantity.
The growing number of fast food outlets in the country has had a significant impact on the meat processing industry. Industry demands some immediate measures like financial assistance for up gradation of export oriented abattoirs/processing plant.
The size of the Indian confectionary market is estimated at Rs.26.0 billion ($600 million). The confectionary market has been growing at over 6% annually over the last 5 years. The confectionary market is highly fragmented with several local players such as Parle s, Nutrine & Ravalgaon. Key foreign companies are Nestle, Cadbury s, Perfetti, Lotte, Wrigley, Candico, and Joyco.
This industry is divided into Non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. non-alcoholic beverages are classified into carbonated drinks, non-carbonated drinks and hot beverages. This segment is estimated at US$ 155 million out of which fruit juices and fruit-based drinks account for US$ 60 million. India is the largest producer of tea in the world.
Indian Poultry Industry is 5,000 years old. India is the 5th largest producer of egg and 9th largest producer of poultry meat. The organised sector of poultry industry is contributing 70% of the total output and...
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