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Giract Traditional Foods-2015-studydescription-prp-web

India is a dynamic market for the processed food and food service sectors. The total value of the market is pegged at around USD 120 bio with the food service sector accounting for about a third of this revenue. CAGR of revenue between now and 2018 is expected to be between 11 and 16%. The importance of the processed food industry can be gauged by the fact that it is the fifth largest industrial sector in India.

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Giract Traditional Foods-2015-studydescription-prp-web

  1. 1. Transnational Business Research & Consultancy MULTICLIENT STUDY Business Review Traditional Foods in India - Future Processing Options Ingredient Opportunities 2014-2020 To be publishedWinter 2015 Markets India Sectors Indian Processed Food and Beverages Ingredients
  2. 2. GIRACT Introduction Geneva, Switzerland India is a dynamic market for the processed food and food service sectors. The total value of the market is pegged at around USD 120 bio with the food service sector accounting for about a third of this revenue. CAGR of revenue between now and 2018 is expected to be between 11 and 16%. The importance of the processed food industry can be gauged by the fact that it is the fifth largest industrial sector in India. 2© Giract 2015 www.giract.com Dominant among the processed foods are ready-to-eat foods followed by exports of agri and processed foods. Ready-to-eat (RTE) foods cover biscuits, chocolate/confectionery, breads/cakes, ice-cream, cereals and RTE meals. Beverages are also an interesting market in India, the country being a large consumer of soft drinks and by admission, one of the potential top 5 global markets for Coca Cola. The dairy sector is dominated by packaged milk, and global entities are currently investing in this sector which is expected to register a CAGR of 8% till 2030! MULTICLIENT STUDY – Business Review of Traditional Foods in India 2015
  3. 3. GIRACT Introduction Geneva, Switzerland Giract believes that the future of the Indian food processing sector lies in the development of traditional Indian foods. After several ad hoc and often unsuccessful attempts both at the commodity and RTE meal extremes, many Indian companies such as MTR and Haldiram’s are beginning to examine this from a longer-term strategic vision and are positioning themselves all along the value chain. Western products have until now dominated retail shelves mainly due to their superior technology, packaging and marketing. The potential for greater growth in the ‘Indian’ processed food sector is high since consumer resistance to Western foods and positioning of the current Western foods as "in-between" meals or children's snacks may well be replaced by high quality processed/packaged Indian foods, and these are expected to take a "centre of plate" position in the future through effective R&D, production and marketing. 3 For more information, contact V. Krishnakumar or R. Badrinath GIRACT 24, Pré-Colomb 1290 Versoix/Geneva Switzerland Tel: + 41 22 779 0500; Fax: + 41 22 779 0505 Email: info@giract.com; Web: www.giract.com © Giract 2015 www.giract.comMULTICLIENT STUDY – Business Review of Traditional Foods in India 2015 There is a lack of information regarding the current stage of technology, products with potential, future market size and key trends for traditional Indian processed and packaged food, along with ingredient, processing and packaging options, which has prompted Giract to launch this study. Giract is well known to major food and food ingredient groups as a leading transnational marketing consultancy group in the area of food ingredients.
  4. 4. GIRACT Methodology Geneva, Switzerland Extensive analysis of in-house data and secondary sources to arrive at market size and forecast; identification of top 20 foods consumed in each region followed by benchmarking for potential industrialization based on set parameters to finalize top 20 foods for the country; extensive and in-depth interaction with both packaged food producers and ingredient/processing equipment/packaging experts for qualitative and quantitative inputs. 4© Giract 2015 www.giract.comMULTICLIENT STUDY – Business Review of Traditional Foods in India 2015
  5. 5. GIRACT Objectives of this study Geneva, Switzerland Indian processed food/beverages and Ingredients 5 Quantify the total Indian food and beverage market with a split by retail and food service Identify the current most popular Indian foods/drinks, consumed either at home or at restaurants, and their market size by key Indian State Identify and qualify top 20 potential foods that are amenable to industrialized production across India Identify ingredients, processing technologies and packaging methods required for Industrial scale manufacture of current 20 most popular foods/drinks and estimate potential ingredient volumes Establish trends, opportunities and potential pitfalls © Giract 2015 www.giract.comMULTICLIENT STUDY – Business Review of Traditional Foods in India 2015
  6. 6. GIRACT What this study will tell you? Geneva, Switzerland  Traditional foods of India that are:  Currently being industrially processed/packaged  Have potential to be industrially processed/packaged  Opportunities for  Ingredient consumption in the future in processed/packaged traditional Indian foods  Introducing innovative ingredients addressing unmet needs for processed/packaged traditional Indian foods  Provide a perspective on why the evolution of the processed/packaged traditional Indian foods should be closely watched due to its immense potential  Identify key trends and their impact on the use of ingredients for the manufacture of processed/packaged traditional Indian foods  Evaluate potential challenges for penetration of ingredients into processed/packaged traditional Indian foods 6© Giract 2015 www.giract.comMULTICLIENT STUDY – Business Review of Traditional Foods in India 2015
  7. 7. This unique study examines traditional foods in India – future processing options and ingredient opportunities GIRACT Subscription options Geneva, Switzerland • Indian processed food and beverages • Ingredients Sectors Timescale Current: 2014 Forecast: 2020 Programme The dominant element of the study is interviews with key players - manufacturers/ distributors/ end users – from which a real understanding of the market will be derived 7© Giract 2015/09-01 www.giract.com •India Markets MULTICLIENT STUDY – Business Review of Traditional Foods in India 2015 STUDY HIGHLIGHTSCOPE WHAT DO YOU GET? 1. Electronic Copy of report in searchable PDF format 2. One Printed Copy 3. Report to be published in Winter 2015

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