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Delhi, New Delhi, India, 2006/10/28 - Indian food sector is highly fragmented with numerous food processing units for both organized and unorganized sectors. This fragmentation is one of the most specific reasons why food sector is thriving in India..
Food processing, one of the key businesses in India, is a highly fragmented industry. In India, vegetable and fruit processing is almost uniformly divided between unorganized and organized sectors. Unorganized sector, which includes a number of traditional and modern food units, takes over a majority of market share in Indian food processing market as compared to the organized sector that holds a share of 48 %.
While products such as pulp and juice concentrate are primarily produced by the organized sector, unorganized sector has a strong foothold in traditional areas including items such as pickles, squashes and sauces. In this, pickles form strongest category by size. In meat-processing sector, the country has nine modern abattoirs, 3,600 slaughterhouses and 171 meat-processing units approved under Meat Products Order.
RNCOS- a leading market research and analysis firm- has just released a market research report on food processing sector in India. The report named, “Indian Food Processing (2006)”, provides extensive research and objective analysis on the Food Processing Industry in India. It helps clients to analyze the opportunities critical to the success of the food Processing Industry in India.
According to this report, “Fruit and vegetable processing industry in India is highly fragmented with wide capacities. Diverse agri-climatic zones help grow almost all sorts of green vegetables and fresh fruits in the country. India is the largest fruit producer in world, with an annual output of around 32 Million Tons in 2005. Also, the country is at number one position in cattle population, and has half of buffalo population and 1/6th of total goat population in world.”
This report will help decision makers in analyzing the following:
- Sectoral performance of the Indian food processing industry
- Driving force and challenges before Indian food industry
- Key players in the Indian food processing industry
- Prospects existing in the Indian food processing industry.
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