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Indian Food and Beverages Forecast (2007-2011)

Indian Food and Beverages Forecast (2007-2011)

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Publish Date : Jun, 2007| No. of Pages : 85

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RNCOS "Indian Food and Beverages Forecast (2007-2011)” report gives an in-depth analysis of the present and future prospects of the Indian food and beverages industry. It looks into the industry in detail with foci on organized food retailing, consumer food purchasing behaviour, food processing industry and packed/convenience food industry. This report helps clients to analyze the factors and examine the opportunities critical to the success of food and beverages industry in India.
 
Key Findings
  
      - Supermarket sales will expand at a much higher rate than other retail formats. This is because greater number of
        higher income Indians will prefer to shop at supermarkets because of convenience, higher standards of hygiene,
        and attractive ambience.
      - It is expected that fruit consumption will increase at a CAGR of 4.33% for the period spanning from 2007-2011,
        highest among all the food products taken in this report.
      - The processed-food market is the main focus for foreign companies as this segment is underdeveloped and
         presents enormous potential for growth. The growth of modern, organized retailing — in contrast to the
         kiosks and small shops from which Indians have been  purchasing food traditionally — will also increase the
         demand for value-added foods.
       - Rising household incomes, increasing urbanization, changing lifestyles and the rapid growth of the private-sector
         and dairy-processing industry should lead to greater demand for value-added, milk-based products, such as
         processed cheese, table butter and ice cream.
      -  Rising incomes will make fish more affordable for a larger segment of the population. It is expected that the
         consumption per head will increase at a CAGR of 3.45% for the forecasted period.
       - The growth rate of soft drink sales will decelerate during the forecasted period due to pesticide contamination issues
         and growing popularity of fruit juice drinks and bottled water. 
       - Coffee consumption is likely to expand at a rapid rate during the forecasted period. It is expected that it will increase
         at a CAGR of 10.05% for the period spanning from 2007-2011.
 
Key Issues and Facts
 
      - What is the per head food consumption in various food product segments?
      - What is the future outlook of per head consumption of various food products and beverages in organized food
        retailing and processed food industry?
      - What is the market size and scope of the organized food retailing in India?
      - What and where are the growth prospects for the industry and which issues are proving to be bottlenecks for the
        growth of the industry?
      - What are the growth prospects of the processed food industry?
      - What are the growth driving factors in this industry?
      - Who are the major players in Indian food retail industry and processed food industry, and what strategies 
        they are adopting to gain from the industry?
      - What opportunities exist for the industry?
 
Key Players
 
This section covers the key players currently operating in the Indian food and beverages industry including Dabur India Limited, Godrej Industries Limited, Hindustan Lever Limited, Britannia Industries Limited, ITC Limited, Nestle` SA, PepsiCo, Inc., Cadbury Schweppes PLC, Future Group, RPG Enterprise and Godrej Agrovet Limited.
 
Research Methodology
 
Information Sources
Information has been sourced from various credible sources books, newspapers, trade journals, and white papers, industry portals, government agencies, trade associations, monitoring industry news and developments, and through access to more than 3000 paid databases.
 
Analysis Method
The analysis methods include Ratio Analysis, Historical Trend Analysis, Linear Regression Analysis using software tools, Judgmental Forecasting and Cause and Effect Analysis.
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