Indian Dairy Industry

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INDIAN DAIRY INDUSTRY

PREPARED BY

1) DURGARAM CHAUDHARI

2) DHRUV SHAH

3) CANUTE FERNANDES

4) ABHISHEK GUPTA

Introduction

India has attained the first rank in milk production in the world. India produces 13.1% of the total milk production in the world. India has grow its production to around 4% on annual bases in recent yrs, which far exceeds the global average of about 1%. The market size of Indian Dairy is around US$ 45 Billion. This sustained increase in the domestic milk production & also helped in increasing the countries per capita availability of milk. The per capita availability of milk has increased from 112 grams per day in 1968-69 to 252 in 2010-11. About 80% of the total milk produced in the country is in the unorganized sector & the remaining 2 of milk0% is equally by cooperative & private diaries.

Production and supply

Production in Rural area -98

Production in Urban area- 2%

Consumed at home – 35 %

Sale at market-65% (urban market sale -82%)

Supply via Informal-57%, Cooperative – 18%, Private-25%

The major milk producing states in the country are:

• Uttar Pradesh

• Punjab

• Rajasthan

• Madhya Pradesh

• Maharashtra

• Gujarat

• Andhra Pradesh

• Haryana

These states together account to about 70% of the total milk produced in India.

Out of the total milk produced in India 55% is of buffalo and 43% milk is of cow. Buffalo milk is healthy as it has 3.7% protein, 7.3% fat, 5.6% milk sugar, 0.7% ash and 81.9% water. And cow milk has 3.4% protein, 3.6% fat, 4.8% milk sugar, 0.9% ash and 85.9% water. There for the price of buffalo is higher than the cow milk.

Packaged milk…...

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