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Global Dairy Industry - The Milky Way

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A steady rise in consumption demand for dairy and allied products has led to higher levels of technology adoption among the major dairy producing countries in the world. The global dairy industry is anticipated to clock a turnover worth USD 335.8 billion in 2014. With a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5 percent, the industry is expected to generate revenues worth USD 442.32 billion in 2019.

Negatively impacted by the global economic crisis of 2009, the dairy industry worldwide suffered a major setback. The growth of milk production dropped below one percent and the demand for dairy products slowed down significantly during the period. However, the industry is on the path to recovery. Asia continues to dominate the global dairy market. China, India and countries in South East Asia account for a major portion of the global dairy industry, but milk supply in these regions has not been able to keep pace with the level of growing demand. These markets offer huge potential for dairy companies that are looking to meet the global demand for dairy products.

Global milk production was estimated at 650 million tonnes in 2013; it rose with a CAGR of 2 percent. Overall production is projected to reach 732 million tonnes in 2019. Apart
from a few exceptions in Europe such as Russia and Ukraine, milk production has increased significantly in almost all the countries around the world. Cow milk represents nearly 80 percent of global milk production. As compared to cow milk, buffalo milk is produced in fewer countries; it is estimated that more than 80 percent of the world's total buffalo milk is produced in India and Pakistan.

The North American dairy industry is dominated by the United States of America, followed by Canada and Mexico. In 2011, market revenues in the USA stood at USD 48,506.40 million. It is projected that the USA will lead the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) bloc by clocking revenues worth USD 56,851.60 million in 2016. Brazil and Argentina are the leading milk procuring countries in the region, with Chile and Uruguay are slowly emerging as significant contributors to the South America Dairy Industry.
Milk and allied dairy products is one of the major constituents of the animal husbandry industry in Russia. In value terms, Russia's dairy industry accounts for nearly 40 percent of the gross product of animal husbandry. The Russian Federation is the fifth largest milk producer, globally, after India, the United States, China and Pakistan.

Asia remains one of the most diverse regions in the world in terms of economic growth, with changing food consumption preferences and relative availability of resources, both human and environmental. From being a laggard and a dairy products importing nation in the 1960's, today India has come a long way to become one of the leading milk producing countries in the world. In its quest for self reliance, the Indian dairy industry undertook structural changes and milk production increased four-folds over the last four decades

According to the World Bank, long-term demand for food and dairy products is anticipated to rise significantly, thereby resulting in price volatility. The dairy sector is especially anticipated to experience erratic movement in prices in the coming years. According to a World Bank Survey, developing and emerging countries have largely contributed to world wealth growth in the last decade. Although developed countries had been the major contributors till 2005, the period between 2000-2010 witnessed significant contributions from the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) region. This rise of these developing countries has played a crucial role in the growth of the global dairy sector.

Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Global Overview
2.1 Global Milk Production
2.2 Milk Production by Species – Cow
2.3 Milk Production by Species - Buffalo
2.4 Milk Production by Species – Goat & Sheep
3. Continent-wise Milk Production
3.1 Country-wise Segments of Milk Production - 2010
3.2 Country-wise Segments of Milk Production - 2020
4. Milk Production – North America
5. Milk Production – South America
6. Milk Production – Soviet Region
7. Milk Production – Asia
8. Milk Production – Oceania
9. Number of Cows in Selected Countries
9.1 Average Milk Production per Cow – Selected Countries
10. Segmentation: Global Butter & Butter Oil Production
10.1 Butter Production in Selected Countries
10.2 Butter Consumption in Selected Countries
10.3 Per capita Butter Consumption – Selected Countries
10.4 Butter Imports – Selected Countries
10.5 Butter Exports – Selected Countries
11. Segmentation: Cheese Production
11.1 Cheese Production in Selected Countries
11.2 Cheese Consumption in Selected Countries
11.3 Per capita Cheese Consumption – Selected Countries
11.4 Cheese Imports – Selected Countries
11.5 Cheese Exports – Selected Countries
12. Segmentation: Whole Milk Powder Production
12.1 WMP Production – Selected Countries
12.2 WMP Consumption – Selected Countries
12.3 Per capita WMP Consumption – Selected Countries
12.4 WMP Imports – Selected Countries
12.5 WMP Exports – Selected Countries
13. Segmentation: Skim Milk Powder Production
13.1 SMP Production – Selected Countries
13.2 SMP Consumption – Selected Countries
13.3 Per capita SMP Consumption – Selected Countries
13.4 SMP Imports – Selected Countries
13.5 SMP Exports – Selected Countries
14. Major Trends
14.1 Low Milk Productivity in the World's Biggest Milk Producing Country
14.2 Lack of Infrastructure in Indian Dairy Farming
14.3 Logistics and Spoilt Milk
14.4 Flavored Milk Spur Worldwide Dairy Industry Growth
14.5 Decline in Consumption of Fluid Milk - Rise of Alternative Beverages
14.6 Cost of Milk Production - 2012: Global Comparison
15. Key Players
15.1 Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited
15.2 Nestle Group Limited
15.3 Meiji Holdings Co. Limited
15.4 China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited
15.5 Kwality Dairy Limited
15.6 Dean Foods
15.7 Arla Foods Limited
15.8 Unilever Group Limited
15.9 Groupe Danone
15.10 Saputo Inc
15.11 Royal FrieslandCampina N.V
15.12 Land O' Lakes INC
15.13 Kraft Foods Group INC
15.14 BRF Foods
15.15 Goodman Fielder Ltd
15.16 Bega Cheese Limited
15.17 Dairy Crest Group Plc
15.18 Murray Goulburn Co-operative Limited
15.19 Clover Industries Limited
15.20 Tatua Co-operative Dairy Company Limited
15.21 China Modern Dairy Holdings
15.22 Heritage Foods Limited
15.23 Kohinoor Foods Limited
15.24 Britannia Industries Limited
15.25 a2 Milk Company Limited
15.26 Bongrain S.A
15.27 Dairy Farm International Holdings Limited
15.28 Dairygold Co-operative Society Limited
15.29 Swiss Valley Farms
15.30 Regal Cream Products Pty. Ltd.
16. Outlook

List of Charts

Chart 1: Market-size - Global Dairy Industry (2009-2014)
Chart 2: Global Dairy Industry Forecast (2015-2019)
Chart 3: Global Milk Production (2010-2014)
Chart 4: Global Milk Production Forecast (2015-2019)
Chart 5: Global Cow Milk Production (2010-2014)
Chart 6: Global Cow Milk Production Forecast (2015-2019)
Chart 7: Global Buffalo Milk Production (2010-2014)
Chart 8: Global Buffalo Milk Production Forecast (2015-2019)
Chart 9: Global Goat Milk Production (2008-2013)
Chart 10: Global Sheep Milk Production (2008-2013)
Chart 11: Continent-wise Cow Milk Production (2010-2013)
Chart 12: Milk Distribution Worldwide - 2010
Chart 13: Milk Distribution Worldwide - 2020
Chart 14: Cow Milk Production – Canada (2009-2013)
Chart 15: Cow Milk Production – USA (2009-2013)
Chart 16: Cow Milk Production – Mexico (2009-2013)
Chart 17: Cow Milk Production – Argentina (2009-2013)
Chart 18: Cow Milk Production –Brazil (2009-2013)
Chart 19: Cow Milk Production – Russia (2009-2013)
Chart 20: Cow Milk Production –Ukraine (2009-2013)
Chart 21: Cow Milk Production – India (2009-2013)
Chart 22: Cow Milk Production – China (2009-2013)
Chart 23: Cow Milk Production – Japan (2009-2013)
Chart 24: Cow Milk Production – Australia (2009-2013)
Chart 25: Cow Milk Production - New Zealand (2009-2013)
Chart 26: Global Butter and Butter Oil Production (2009-2013)
Chart 27: Global Demand for Butter and Butter Oil (2011-2022)
Chart 28: Global Cheese Production (2009-2013)
Chart 29: Global Demand for Cheese (2009-2022)
Chart 30: Global WMP Production (2009-2013)
Chart 31: Global Demand for WMP (2009-2022)
Chart 32: Global SMP Production (2009-2013)
Chart 33: Global Demand for SMP (2009-2022)
Chart 34: Sales Turnover – Fonterra (2009-2013)
Chart 35: Net Profit – Fornterra (2009-2013)
Chart 36: Sales Turnover – Nestle (2009-2013)
Chart 37: Net Profit - Nestle (2009-2013)
Chart 38: Sales Turnover - Meiji (2009-2013)
Chart 39: Net Profit – Meiji (2009-2013)
Chart 40: Sales Turnover - China Mengniu Dairy (2008-2012)
Chart 41: Net Profit - China Mengniu Dairy (2008-2012)
Chart 42: Sales Turnover - Kwality Dairy (2009-2013)
Chart 43: Net Profit - Kwality Dairy (2009-2013)
Chart 44: Sales Turnover - Dean Foods (2009-2013)
Chart 45: Net Profit - Dean Foods (2009-2013)
Chart 46: Sales Turnover - Arla Foods (2009-2013)
Chart 47: Net Profit - Arla Foods (2009-2013)
Chart 48: Sales Turnover - Unilever Group (2009-2013)
Chart 49: Net Profit - Unilever Group (2009-2013)
Chart 50: Sales Turnover - Groupe Danone (2009-2013)
Chart 51: Net Profit - Groupe Danone (2009-2013)
Chart 52: Sales Turnover - Saputo (2009-2013)
Chart 53: Net Profit – Saputo (2009-2013)
Chart 54: Sales Turnover - FrieslandCampina (2010-2013)
Chart 55: Net Profit – FrieslandCampina (2010-2013)
Chart 56: Net Sales - Land O'Lakes, Inc (2009-2013)
Chart 57: Net Profit - Land O'Lakes, Inc (2009-2013)
Chart 58: Net Sales - Kraft Foods Group Inc (2009-2013)
Chart 59: Net Profit - Kraft Foods Group Inc (2009-2013)
Chart 60: Net Sales - BRF Foods (2009-2013)
Chart 61: Net Profit - BRF Foods (2009-2013)
Chart 62: Sales Turnover - Goodman Fielder (2010-2013)
Chart 63: Net Profit - Goodman Fielder (2010-2013)
Chart 64: Sales Turnover - Bega Cheese (2009-2013)
Chart 65: Net Profit - Bega Cheese (2009-2013)
Chart 66: Sales Turnover - Dairy Crest Group Plc (2010-2014)
Chart 67: Net Profit - Dairy Crest Group Plc (2010-2014)
Chart 68: Sales Turnover - Murray Goulburn Co-operative (2009-2013)
Chart 69: Net Profit - Murray Goulburn Co-operative (2009-2013)
Chart 70: Sales Turnover - Clover Industries Limited (2009-2013)
Chart 71: Net Profit - Clover Industries Limited (2009-2013)
Chart 72: Sales Turnover - Tatua Co-operative Dairy Company Limited (2009-2013)
Chart 73: Gross Profit- Tatua Co-operative Dairy Company Limited (2009-2013)
Chart 74: Sales Turnover - China Modern Dairy Holdings (2009-2013)
Chart 75: Net Profit - China Modern Dairy Holdings (2009 - 2013)
Chart 76: Sales Turnover - Heritage Foods (2009 - 2013)
Chart 77: Net Profit - Heritage Foods (2009 - 2013)
Chart 78: Sales Turnover - Kohinoor Foods (2009 - 2013)
Chart 79: Net Profit - Kohinoor Foods (2009 - 2013)
Chart 80: Sales Turnover - Britannia Industries (2009 - 2013)
Chart 81: Net Profit - Britannia Industries (2009 - 2013)
Chart 82: Net Sales - a2 Milk Company Limited (2011-2013)
Chart 83: Net Profit- a2 Milk Company Limited (2011-2013)
Chart 84: Net Sales - Bongrain SA (2010-2013)
Chart 85: Net Profit - Bongrain SA, (2010-2013)
Chart 86: Net Sales - Dairy Farm International Holdings Limited (2010-2013)
Chart 87: Net Profit - Dairy Farm International Holdings Limited (2013-2013)
Chart 88: Sales Turnover - Dairygold Co-operative Society (2009-2013)
Chart 89: Net Profit - Dairygold Co-operative Society (2009-2013)

List of Tables

Table 1: Population of Milk Producing Cows in Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 2: Milk Yield per Cow – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 3: Butter Production – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 4: Butter Consumption in Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 5: Per capita Butter Consumption – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 6: Butter Imports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 7: Butter Exports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 8: Cheese Production in Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 9: Cheese Consumption in Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 10: Per capita Cheese Consumption – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 11: Cheese Imports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 12: Cheese Exports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 13: WMP Production – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 14: WMP Consumption – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 15: Per capita WMP Consumption – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 16: WMP Imports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 17: WMP Exports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 18: SMP Production – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 19: SMP Consumption – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 20: Per capita SMP Consumption – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 21: SMP Imports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 22: SMP Exports – Selected Countries (2009-2013)
Table 23: Projections for Dairy Product Consumption – 2021

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