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Indian Dairy Industry

  • Date Submitted: 06/04/2013 06:50 AM
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Size of the Industry | More than 10 million dairy farmers belong to 96,000 local dairy cooperatives, who sell their product to one of 170 milk producers’ cooperative unions who in turn are supported by 15 state cooperative |
Geographical distribution | Delhi, Punjab, Mumbai, Gujarat, Surat, Lucknow, Bihar, Hyderabad |
Output per annum | Growing 5 % per annum |
Market Capitalization | The industry contributes about Rs 1,15,970 to the national economy |

 History India is the highest milk producer in the entire globe. India is well known as the ‘Oyster’ of the global dairy industry, with opportunities galore for the entrepreneurs globally. It might be dream for any nation in the world to capitalize on the largest and fastest growing milk and mil products' market. The dairy industry in India has been witnessing rapid growth with liberalization. As the economy provides good opportunities for MNCs and foreign investors to release the full potential of this industry. The main objective of the Indian Dairy Industry is to manage the national resources in a manner to enhance milk production and upgrade milk processing using innovative technologies. | |
The crossbred technology in the Indian Dairy Industry has further augmented with the viability of the dairy units by increasing the milk production per animal. Then subsequently milk production has also increased at an exponential rate while the benefits of an increase in milk production also reached the consumers from a relatively lower increase in the price of milk. The favorable price environment for milk producers for the Dairy Industry in India however appeared to have weakened during the 90's, a decline in the real price of milk being noticed after the year 1992. And then slowly regained it is glory after 1992 to till now.In India dairying from very much earlier is regarded as an instrument for social and economic development. The country’s milk supply comes from millions of small...


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