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Indian Organic Food & Beverages Market (2012 - 2017) - Market Research Companies

Indian Organic Food & Beverages Market: Trends & Opportunities (2012 - 2017)

Publish Date:Oct 2012
No. of Pages:76

Format : Adobe Reader (PDF) Instant delivery

US$ 800.00

India has historically been an organic farming based agricultural country, but the scarcity of food crops as a result of growing population changed the fundamentals. The Green Revolution program came into existence and saved the country from the scarcity of crops in the country. The concept of consumption of organic food started in the developed nations, however, the trend is gaining importance in the developing countries such as India as well. India is one of the largest exporters of organic food and is fast becoming a big consumer as well.

Organic food is priced higher than the conventional food produced since the cost of production is higher in case of the former. However, for a value conscious country like India this hampers the growth opportunities of organic food market in India. People in the developed nations are more inclined towards processed food items in comparison to the consumers in developing nations who prefer fresh fruits & vegetables. The case is quite similar with organic foods as well wherein these food items have a higher demand in developed nations.

The global organic food & beverages market has witnessed healthy growth rates in past decade as a result of better demand from the developed nations of the world. However, the financial crises of 2008 resulted in a slow growth of the market. The market is back on track after the effects of recession are slowing showing signs of fading away.

Globally, the Oceania and European region had major contribution in demand of organic food & beverages. According to estimates, India has the highest number of organic farmers around the globe. The huge population of the country has a major role to play in the same. The proportion of organic farmers to non-organic farmers is still low and scope for development still pertains. In India, Mumbai and Delhi region remain to be the highest contributors in the demand of organic food market.

The report analyzes the global market for organic foods and also discusses some of the major regional markets. The report presents the key trends, growth drivers and major issues and challenges being faced in the Indian organic food and beverages industry. It also profiles major players, including Organic India, Conscious Foods, Ecofarms, Morarka Organic, Sresta Natural Bioproducts Pvt. Ltd. ‘24 Letter Mantra’, Navdanya, Fabindia Overseas Private Limited, along with their strategies for growth.

1. Executive Summary

2. Understanding Organic Foods

3. Natural Food vs. Organic Food

4. Global Organic Food & Beverages Market Analysis

4.1. Market Size
4.2. Market Share
4.3. Regional Analysis

5. India Organic Food & Beverages Market Analysis

5.1. Market Size
5.2. Segment Analysis

5.2.1. Jaggery & Sugar
5.2.2. Rice
5.2.3. Fruits & Vegetables
5.2.4. Wheat & Flour
5.2.5. Pulses

5.3. Market Share
5.4. Segment Analysis
5.5. Regional Analysis
5.6. Competitors Analysis
5.7. Pricing Analysis

6. India Organic Food & Beverages Market-PEST Analysis

7. India Organic Food & Beverages Market: Drivers & Challenges

7.1. Drivers
7.2. Challenges

8. Organic Food & Beverages Market Trends

8.1. Increasing Retail Shelf Space
8.2. New Organic Products in Market
8.3. Unsold Stock of Organic Products in India

9. Competitors Analysis

9.1. Porters Five Forces Analysis
9.2. Company Profiles

9.2.1. Organic India
9.2.2. Conscious Foods
9.2.3. Ecofarms
9.2.4. Morarka Organic
9.2.5. Sresta Natural Bioproducts Pvt. Ltd. ‘24 Letter Mantra’
9.2.6. Navdanya
9.2.7. Fabindia Overseas Private Limited

10. Recommendations
Figure 1: Global Organic Food & Beverages Market Size, 2008-11 (US$ Billion)
Figure 2: Global Organic Food & Beverages Market Size Forecast, 2012-17 (US$ Billion)
Figure 3: Global Organic Agricultural Land Distribution, By Region, 2010
Figure 4: Top 3 countries with highest number of organic farmers, 2010
Figure 5: Global Organic Agricultural Land Distribution, By Continent, 2010
Figure 6: Major Global Organic Food Markets, 2011 (US$ Billion)
Figure 7: India Organic Food & Beverages Market Size Value, 2008-11 (US$ Million)
Figure 8: India Organic Food & Beverages Market Size Value Forecast, 2008-17 (US$ Million)
Figure 9: India Organic Food & Beverages Market Domestic Sales, 2008-11 (Million Tons)
Figure 10: India Organic Food & Beverages Market Domestic Sales Forecast, 2012-17 (Million Tons)
Figure 11: India Organic Food & Beverages Preference Chart (in descending order)
Figure 12: India Organic Jaggery & Sugar Market Domestic Sales, 2008-11 (Million Tons)
Figure 13: India Organic Jaggery & Sugar Market Domestic Sales Forecast, 2012-17 (Million Tons)
Figure 14: India Organic Rice Market Domestic Sales, 2008-11 (Million Tons)
Figure 15: India Organic Rice Market Domestic Sales Forecast, 2012-17 (Million Tons)
Figure 16: India Organic Fruits & Vegetables Market Domestic Sales, 2008-11 (Million Tons)
Figure 17: India Organic Fruits & Vegetables Market Domestic Sales Forecast, 2012-17 (Million Tons)
Figure 18: India Organic Wheat & Flour Market Domestic Sales, 2008-11 (Million Tons)
Figure 19: India Organic Wheat & Flour Market Domestic Sales Forecast, 2012-17 (Million Tons)
Figure 20: India Organic Pulses Market Domestic Sales, 2008-11 (Million Tons)
Figure 21: India Organic Pulses Market Domestic Sales Forecast, 2012-17 (Million Tons)
Figure 22: Global Organic Food & Beverages Market Segment Analysis, 2011
Figure 23: Global Organic Food & Beverages Market Segment Analysis Forecast, 2017
Figure 24: India Organic Agricultural Area Distribution, By Region, 2011
Figure 25: India Organic Food Market Share, By City, 2011
Figure 26: India Organic Food Market Share, By Company Turnover, 2011
Figure 27: Gross Domestic Product of India, 2002-11 (US$ Billion)
Figure 28: Gross Domestic Product per Capita/Purchasing Power Parity of India, 2002-11 (US$)
Figure 29: Population of India, 1951-2011 (Millions)
Figure 30: Middle Class Population and Households in India, 2010 and 2015
Figure 31: Urban Population Growth Rate in India, 2002-10
Figure 32: Porter's Five Forces Analysis
Table 1: Differences Between Organic Food & Natural Food
Table 2: Major products produced in India by organic farming
Table 3: Competitive Advantage of India in Production
Table 4: India Organic Agricultural Area Distribution, By Region (Hectares)
Table 5: Pricing Analysis for Organic Vs. Non-Organic Products