The domestic food industry is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years, according to The India Food Report ’09. Scheduled to be released soon, the Report further says, the segments poised for a quantum jump are the packaged and processed food and the out of home food including quick service restaurants.
The Report points out that the annual private consumption expenditure on food, grocery and beverages is currently estimated at Rs 9,400 billion, in which organised retail contributes a nominal amount of Rs 150 billion. The Report asserts the vast potential and promise the sector holds out for investors.
The Report presents a detailed analysis of the Indian market with brief overviews of the global scenario as well. It dwells into consumption trends across various regions, foreign investment norms in the F& B market and government initiatives on food parks, abattoirs and cold storage chains.
Expected to be a path breaking compilation, the Report addresses all issues and challenges of the Indian food industry from farm to fork, from food production to captive farming, packaged and processed food, food and grocery retailing, and finally the out-of-home food, quick service restaurants and catering business.
Most importantly, the India Food Report ’09 will discuss at length the vital support systems that include logistics and supply chain management and will also list out all major players in the Indian food industry – producers, brands, F&G retailers and food caterers. With all these ingredients for success, the sumptuous India Food Report ’09 promises to dish out a gourmet treat.
The India Food Report ’09 is an Images F&R Research initiative.