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Food Industry Last Updated: June 2012 Introduction
The food services sector in India is expected to witness a 50 per cent increase in investments in 2012 to about US$ 750 million, as food suppliers and retail companies plan to scale up business and stay competitive by tapping the large potential of the domestic market. Of the total investments of US$ 750 million in 2012, about US$ 165 million has gone into purely front-end retail, such as fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), food and beverage firms.
India is the world's largest milk producer, accounting for around 17 per cent of the global milk production, according to RNCOS research report titled, 'Indian Dairy Industry Analysis'. The study anticipates that the milk production in India will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 4 per cent during 2011-2015.
Further, India has emerged as one of the largest potential markets for organic food consumption globally. The organic food is invariably catching up pace among the Indian retailers, especially with the niche retailers owing to wide awakening among Indian consumers towards leading a healthy life, as per RNCOS research report titled, 'Indian Organic Food Market Analysis'. We anticipate that the sector will post significant growth during 2011-2013, growing at a CAGR of 15 per cent.
Indians spend US$ 64 billion annually on eating out, which includes $13 billion on eating in quick-service restaurants (QSRs) such as McDonald's and Costa Coffee, propelling the industry to grow at 25-30 per cent annually, according to Euromonitor.
Key Players
The major players operating in the Indian food and beverages industry include Dabur India Ltd, Godrej Industries Ltd, Hindustan Lever Ltd, Britannia Industries Ltd, ITC Ltd, Nestle` SA, PepsiCo, Inc, Cadbury Schweppes PLC, Future Group, RPG Enterprise and Godrej Agrovet Ltd.
Among recent investments,…...

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