Ice Cream Market in India 2012
by, April 26th, 2012 at 10:39 AM (837 Views)
India is considered to be the largest milk producer across the globe and accounts for one-fifth of the total global milk production. It constitutes of different sub segments of which ice cream has seen strong growth in the market. The Indian ice cream sector is a competitive market with strong competition from the unorganized sector. At a time when input prices are rising and branded players are forced to increase prices of their products, unorganized or local players indulge in low quality ingredients and offer products at cheaper prices. However, the sector is still on a growth path as constant innovation presents products catering to the varied needs of customers. Due to the developing distribution network leading to wider availability of products coupled with increase in disposable income among consumers; the sector braces for further growth.
The report begins with an overview of the dairy industry in India providing the market size and growth as well as information regarding its consumption pattern and market structure. This is followed by a primary segmentation of the industry wherein a product mix is highlighted. An overview of the ice cream market provides an introduction to the sector and covers the market size and growth in India along with a representation of the market share of key players in the sector. The manufacturing process as well as a description of the key processes has been covered. An analysis of the value chain has been included which is followed by a snapshot of the various distribution channels players opt for in the ice cream market. An EXIM trend over a period of four years is included which precedes a Porter’s Five Forces analysis that concludes the section. The next section highlights the segmentation in the ice cream market and all three primary segments namely impulse segment, take home segment and artisanal segment have been discussed.
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