Indian yoghurt market forecast to show exponential growth

International dairy companies can tap in to a growing demand for yogurt in India, according to a recently-published report by TechSci Research.

The yogurt market in India grew at a CAGR of 28.9% between 2011 and 2015 says the report and is projected to grow at an even faster pace over next five years and touch $1bn by 2021.

Easy availability of products, and rising emphasis on low calorie and low fat content of food products is driving yogurt consumption in India. Yogurts are gradually eating away the share of traditional dairy products in urban and semi urban cities, due to increasing health awareness, better quality of packaged yogurt and increasing yogurt flavors.

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With growing yogurt demand and only a handful of organized players offering yogurt, the prices of these products are anticipated to grow through 2021, the report says.

Currently, around 80% of India’s dairy production comes from small enterprises, with an average herd size of only one or two cows. The larger, organized, Indian companies and cooperatives have been attempting to combine small localized production to ‘demand centers’ across the country.


Shift to organised dairy companies

Laltu Sinha, research manager with TechSci Research, told DairyReporter that the industry is changing.

The Indian dairy products market is expected to witness a shift from unorganized to organized sector,” Sinha said.

The rise in the organized sector in India dairy products market can be attributed to rising demand for high quality packaged products, especially in urban areas. However, in rural areas, acceptance of packaged dairy products is slowly gaining momentum.

However, the dairy market is highly fragmented with the top ten players occupying less than 60% of the market share.

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Machinery World customers clean-up at the National Ice Cream awards

The industry’s leading ice cream competition, the National Ice Cream Awards took place at the beginning of March this year with a multitude of wins for Machinery World customers.

Notable amongst the recognition given for the excellence in ice cream production was Machinery World customer, Mario’s Ice Cream, for the Open Flavour Award which secured them the prestigious Silver Challenge Cup.

Mario’s Ice Cream also won the Dairy Ice Cream Continuous Silver medal.

Manfredi’s Ices won the Dairy Ice Cream Continuous Bronze medal using a ROKK RFE600 freezer and James Rizza & Sons won the Dairy Ice Cream Continuous Special Diploma also using a ROKK RFE600 freezer.

Manfredi’s Ices also picked up an Ice Cream Continuous Special Diploma using the same ROKK RFE600 freezer and Maud’s Ice Creams took a Silver Medal for the Ice Cream Open – Toffee category using a ROKK RFE1200 freezer.

Mario’s Ice Cream scored a third win in the Ice Cream Open – Toffee category with a Special Diploma and Maud’s Ice Creams and Morelli’s Ice Cream took a Bronze and Silver medal respectively for the Ice Cream Open – Cookies category using their ROKK RFE1200 freezers.

Morelli’s Ice Cream and Ryeburn of Helmsley also scored well in the Ice Cream Open category with Silver Medals using their ROKK RIF1500 fruit feeders.

ROKK customer James Rizza & Sons gained a Special Diploma in the Ice Cream Open – Rasp Pavlova category.

Overall, a fantastic accolade for all Machinery World customers, we wish you all the best for the 2017 awards!

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Worldwide sales continue apace

As the world’s leading specialist in new and used dairy processing machinery, we buy and sell plant and equipment worldwide and the list of countries we supply is growing on a monthly basis.

Our list of worldwide clients now includes Afghanistan, Angola, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Malta, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Yemen and Zambia.

See our recently sold page which shows some of the global locations our machinery has been delivered to.

Our range includes Filling, Packing, Complete Plants, Evaporators & Spray Driers, Filling Machines, Homogenisers, Ageing Vats, Batch Freezers, Batch Pasteurisers, Continuous Freezers, Fruit Feeders, Separators as well as Wrappers & Shrink Tunnels.

As agents for new machinery from leading manufacturers, we also welcome part exchange, whether you require a single machine or an entire plant. Additionally, we are always interested in purchasing equipment ranging from complete manufacturing plants to individual machines and equipment.

When we buy machinery, we make prompt inspections, firm offers, and prompt payment, with global export facilities and skilled employees to perform removal and transport of machinery worldwide.

 

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