Dairy products in India: Which brands have the highest dairy consumption?
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The country’s growth has seen the nation’s dairy consumption grow from an average of 0.2 litres per capita per year in 2001 to 1.2 liters per capita in 2016.
The industry has grown from $3.5 billion in 2001 and $6.5 bn in 2016, and it has more than doubled in size over the last 20 years.
In a country where more than 30% of the population is underweight, India has been grappling with the problem of diabetes and obesity.
But a growing number of people are choosing to eat less of the world’s largest producer of dairy products.
A recent study by the Indian Food and Agriculture Research Institute (IFARI) and the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) found that the number of dairy farmers in India increased by 5% in the last five years.
In the last 10 years, the number has increased by an astounding 12%.
India has a total of 1.7 billion dairy cows, of which 1.1 billion are calves, and a further 1.6 billion are dairy goats.
In fact, according to the IFAIR, India is the largest producer in the world of milk goat.
India’s dairy industry is not without its problems, but the dairy is the countrys biggest export.
According to a 2015 report by the Institute of Dairy Industries, India exported nearly $8 billion worth of dairy goods, and almost 90% of those were imported.
Dairy exports are up significantly in recent times as the country has been importing more than $20 billion worth in goods each year.
India is one of the fastest growing dairy exporting nations in the global market.
Dairy products are also one of India’s biggest industries.
According to a report by IFAISI, in 2015, the country exported nearly 3.6 million tonnes of dairy product, of this, nearly a third was dairy products and a quarter were butter.
This is in addition to about 700,000 tonnes of beef, around 1.3 million tonnes pork, and 800,000 tons of chicken, as well as some 3.4 million tonnes and 1.8 million tonnes respectively of milk and milk products.
The report also mentions a number other products that are a part of the Indian dairy industry.
According a 2016 report by Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the total annual exports of milk, milk products, and dairy products amounted to $3,564 billion in 2016 in India.
The overall amount exported is estimated at around $3 trillion.
India also has a strong dairy industry in terms of its exports of processed dairy products (which include cheese, cheese curds, butter, milk, and yogurt).
As the Indian economy continues to grow, it is expected that the dairy sector will be a key driver of growth in the future.
With dairy products becoming an increasingly important part of Indian diet, it will also play an important role in helping to alleviate the growing burden of the country on its health.