The Ready to Eat Market in India is showing remarkable growth owing to the growing income & consumption levels of the Indian consumers. In addition to this, rapid urbanization is also augmenting the demand for ready to eat products. Urban people suffer from time crunch due to their busy work schedules and this is leading to increased dependence on ready to eat foods. This is further aided with the penetration and availability of a wide variety of ready to eat products in different packaging formats at various retail points. All these factors are indicating towards the bright future of the Indian ready to eat market in the coming years.
The report provides a snapshot of the ready to eat market. It begins with an overview of the major macro economic indicators which highlights the present economic scenario prevalent in India. It is followed by the introduction section which segregates the overall food processing industry into its sub segments, one of which is the packaged foods segment and ready to eat is one of the sub segments of this group. It then moves into the market overview section, which provides an overview of the Indian ready to eat market with details regarding its current market size and growth in the coming years. Segmental share of the market in terms of organized and unorganized sector is also provided. In addition to this, names of major players of RTE market has been mentioned along with the share held by the market leader. After this, the broad classification of the end user segments of ready to eat foods has been discussed. The next section elaborates on the value chain analysis of the sector.
This is followed by a separate market segmentation section, wherein segregation of the market in terms of shelf stable & frozen products and vegetarian & non vegetarian has been done. Based on the availability of the products in the market, respective market shares of these categories have also been provided.
Next section discusses about the findings of the consumer insights survey on Ready to Eat Market in India which was conducted on social media sites and via emails.
A separate section on import and export of different types ready to eat products is also provided, highlighting the growth in import and export values over the years. Then, details regarding major importing and exporting nations are also provided.
An analysis of the drivers explains the factors for growth of the industry that include growing income and consumption, rapid urbanization, increasing working women population, convenience factor, growing retail market and marketing campaigns. The key challenges include poor supply chain and distribution facility, deficit in power supply, consumer behavior and perception, rise in packaging costs and health concerns.
The next section speaks about the government rules & policies which covers Food Safety and Standards Act 2006 & Regulations 2011 and other government policies.
After this, a separate section of government participation is provided which speaks about various fiscal incentives for food processing sector and other initiatives taken by the government of India which are indirectly boosting the ready to eat market.
The major trends identified in the sector include exhibitions and events, high focus on export, adaptation of new technologies, innovative promotional techniques, gaining special attention in retail format stores, retailers going for private label RTE meals, launching innovative and region specific products and frozen RTE products gaining popularity.
The competitive landscape section begins with the Porter's Five Forces Analysis, illustrating the competitive rivalry, bargaining power of suppliers and buyers and threat of new entrants and substitutes. The section includes competitive benchmarking of the top players operating in the Indian ready to eat market. The report also features brief profiles of major domestic and foreign players in the market and a snapshot of their corporation, financial performance along with the key financial ratios, business highlights, their product portfolio and SWOT analysis, thus providing an insight into the existing competitive scenario.
The report concludes with a section on strategic recommendations which comprises an analysis of the growth strategies for the ready to eat market in India.
Slide 1: Executive Summary
Slide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2009-10-2012-13), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jul-Dec 2012)
Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Sep 2012-Feb 2013), Exchange Rate: Half Yearly (Aug 2012- Jan 2013)
Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2008-09-2011-12), Trade Balance: Annual (2009-10-2012-13), FDI Annual (2009-10-2012-13)
Slide 5: Introduction
Slide 6-8: Ready to Eat Market-Overview, Market Size & Growth (2010-2017e), Market Segmentation (2012) and Major Player's Share (2012)
Slide 9: Value Chain Analysis
Slide 10-12: Market Segmentation-Shelf Stable & Frozen RTE products
Slide 13: Market Segmentation-Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian
Slide 14-21: Consumer Insights on RTE Products
Import & Export
Slide 22-23: Total Imports-Major Types of RTE Products (2009 to Apr-Sep 2012)
Slide 24-25: Total Exports-Major Types of RTE Products (2009 to Apr-Sep 2012)
Drivers & Challenges
Slide 26: Summary
Slide 27-33: Drivers
Slide 34-38: Challenges
Government Rules & Policies
Slide 39: Summary
Slide 40-42: Food Safety and Standards Act 2006 & Regulations 2011
Slide 43: Government policies
Slide 44: Summary
Slide 45: Fiscal Incentives for Food Processing Sector
Slide 46: Other Initiatives
Slide 47: Summary
Slide 48-58: Key Trends
Slide 59: Market Competition-Porter's Five Forces Analysis
Slide 60-64: Competitive Benchmarking
Slide 65: Major Public Companies-Summary
Slide 66-102: Major Public Players
Slide 103: Major Private Companies-Summary
Slide 104-137: Major Private Players
Slide 138-139: Strategic Recommendations
Slide 140: Appendix
Slide 141: Sources of Information
Macro Economic Indicators
1. GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12,2012-13)
2. Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jul-Aug 2012, Aug-Sep 2012, Sep-Oct 2012, Oct-Nov 2012, Nov-Dec 2012)
3. Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Sep 2012, Oct 2012, Nov 2012, Dec 2012, Jan 2013, Feb 2013)
4. Exchange Rate: Half Yearly (Aug 2012, Sep 2012, Oct 2012, Nov 2012, Dec 2012, Jan 2013)
5. Lending Rate: Annual (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12)
6. Trade Balance: Annual (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13)
7. FDI: Annual (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13)
1. Ready to Eat Market Size and Growth (2010-2017e)
2. Market Segmentation-Organized & Unorganized Sector (2012)
3. Major Player's Share (2012)
1. Segmental Shares-Shelf Stable and Frozen RTE Products (2012)
2. Share of Frozen RTE Consumption-Export and Domestic
3. Segmental Shares-Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian (2012)
1. Profile of Respondents-Gender Wise, Age Wise (in years) and Employment & Marital Status Wise
2. RTE Consumption Share
3. Frequency of Consumption
4. Share of Potential Future Consumers
5. Consumption Pattern-Vegetarian, Non-Vegetarian and Both & Preference-wise Share of 'Both' Category
6. Purchase Pattern-Shelf Stable, Frozen and Both & Preference-wise Share of 'Both' Category
7. Consumer's Purchasing Points
8. Budget Allocation for RTE
9. Preference Wise Share of the Factors Influencing Purchasing Decision
10. Shares of Various Promotional Mediums
Import & Export
1. Imports-Total Imports (2009 to Apr-Sep 2012)
2. Imports-Major Importing Nations-Value Wise (2011)
3. Exports-Total Exports (2009 to Apr-Sep 2012)
4. Exports-Major Exporting Nations-Value Wise (2011)
Drivers & Challenges
1. Growing Income and Consumption-Aggregate Consumption (2005-2025e) and Aggregate Disposable Income (2005-2025e)
2. Rapid Urbanization-Growth in Urban Population (2001-2011)
3. Increasing Working Women Population-Working Women Population (2010-2015e)
4. Growing Retail Market-Number of Retail Outlets in India (2000-2010), Number of Hypermarkets in India (2008-2011), Organized Retail Market Space (2010-2020e) Growth of Malls in India (2010-11 & 2011-12)
5. Marketing Campaigns-Growth in Television Industry (2010-2015e) and Development of Print Media (2009-2014e)
6. Poor Supply Chain and Distribution Facility-Mode of Transportation of Perishables
7. Deficit in Power Supply-Future Power Demand-Supply Scenario (2007-2017e) and Demand Supply Gap
8. Rise in Packaging Costs-Crude Oil Prices (Jan 2005-May 2012)
1. Competitive Benchmarking-Key Ratios of Top 3 Companies-Operational Basis (2011-12)
2. Competitive Benchmarking-Key Ratios of Top 3 Companies-Financial Basis (2011-12)
3. Company profiles (All Companies)
a. Ownership Structure (Private Companies)
b. Financial Snapshot
c. Key Business segments (Public Companies)
d. Key Geographic segments (Public Companies)
1. RTE Products-Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian List
1. Description of various parameters of the survey
1. Public Trading Comparables (FY 2012)
2. Company profiles (All Companies)
a. Company Information (All Companies)
b. Products and Services (All Companies)
c. Key People (All Companies)
d. Shareholders of the Company (Private Companies)
e. Key Financial Performance Indicators (Public Companies)
f. Key Ratios (All Companies)
g. Business Highlights (All Companies)
2. Sources of Information
1. ADF Foods Ltd.
2. ITC Ltd.
3. Kohinoor Foods Ltd.
4. Vadilal Industries Ltd.
5. Venky's India Ltd.
1. Aakriti Foods Pvt. Ltd.
2. Gits Food Products Pvt. Ltd.
3. Godrej Tyson Foods Ltd.
4. Haldiram Manufacturing Company Pvt. Ltd.
5. Ushodaya Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
6. MTR Foods Pvt. Ltd.
7. Veetee Fine Foods Ltd.
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