Chocolate Industry in India, 2014-2019

  • ID: 2983140
  • Report
  • Region: India
  • 60 Pages
  • ValueNotes Strategic Intelligence Pvt. Ltd.
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The industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16% until 2019 to reach INR 122 billion.

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Amul
  • Nestlé India
  • SK Industries
  • MORE
This industry report covers intelligence on the market size, growth, industry trends, industry attractiveness, and Porter’s analysis. The report covers fiscal years 2014 through 2019.The Indian chocolate industry has come a long way. The per capita consumption of chocolates has almost trebled from 2005 to 2012. Over the years, changes in consumers' preferences and lifestyle, eating habits, and their global exposure to international brands have given a boost to the chocolate industry.

Key Findings:
- The chocolate industry in India, valued at INR 58bn (~USD 966mn) in FY 2014, has been growing at a CAGR of ~15% over the last three years. It is estimated that the industry will be worth nearly INR 122bn (~USD 2,033mn) by FY 2019, growing at a CAGR of ~16%
- The chocolate industry can be segmented by the type of ingredients which is used to produce the chocolates. This includes dark, milk and white chocolates.
- Increasing disposable income, changing lifestyle, rising trend of gifting chocolates instead of traditional Indian sweets, and a surge in the sale of dark chocolates are expected to drive the industry growth
- Latest trends witnessed in the industry reveal that companies are constantly engaged in improving the packaging and adapting the flavour of the chocolate according to the taste of the consumers
- Manufacturers are increasing their investment in the cold chain facilities across the country

The report includes profiles of the top-5 players with a brief overview about their service offerings, key financial ratios, expansion strategies, etc.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Amul
  • Nestlé India
  • SK Industries
  • MORE
Executive Summary

1. Industry Structure
- Chocolate Industry Structure
- Evolution Of Chocolate Industry In India
- Chocolate Industry Definition
- Chocolate Industry Supply Chain

2. Market Overview
- Market Size And Growth
- Chocolate Consumption – India V/S World
- Chocolate Industry Segmentation By Category
- Chocolate Industry Segmentation By Ingredient
- Chocolate Industry Segmentation By Age-group
- Chocolate Industry Segmentation By Rural-urban
- Geographic Analysis
- Seasonal Analysis
- Price Analysis

3. Drivers And Inhibitors
- Driver 1: Increase In Disposable Income
- Driver 2: Increase In Chocolate Gifting
- Driver 3: Innovation In Chocolates
- Driver 4: Increase In Dark Chocolates
- Inhibitor 1: Change In Global Prices Of Cocoa
- Inhibitor 2: Distribution Problems In Rural India

4. Industry Trends
- Recent Trends Witnessed

5. Industry Analysis
- Porter’s Analysis
- Industry Attractiveness Index

6. Competitive Environment
- Chocolate Industry Segmentation By Organized/Unorganized
- Chocolate Industry Segmentation By Imports-domestic Production
- Market Share Of Players
- Brand Positioning – Price And Quality Analysis
- Competitive Benchmarking

7. Profile of key players
- Amul Industries Private Limited
- Ferrero India Private Limited
- Mondelez India Private Limited( Cadbury India)
- Nestlé India Private Limited
- Other Company Profiles

8. Annexure
- Research Methodology
- Abbreviations and Bibliography
- Glossary
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Amul
  • Nestlé India
  • SK Industries
  • MORE
The chocolate industry is valued at about INR 58 billion in FY 2014. The industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16% until 2019 to reach INR 122 billion. This boost is due to the rise in disposable incomes, a growing trend of gifting chocolates instead of traditional Indian sweets and a surge in the sale of dark chocolates.

The chocolate industry is segmented into the following categories based on the ingredients:
- Milk
- White
- Dark

Milk chocolate sells the most when compared to other types of chocolates and hence has a higher market share, both in volume and value. Cadbury Dairy Milk is the market leader in the milk chocolate segment. At present, dark chocolate has the lowest market share, but this is expected to be the fastest growing segment in the coming years on account of the increase in awareness of its health benefits. Besides, more and more consumers are getting accustomed to the taste of dark chocolate.
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- Amul
- Central Arecanut and Cocoa Marketing and Processing Co-operative Limited
- Ferrero India Private Limited
- Mondelez India Foods Limited (Cadbury India)
- Nestlé India
- SK Industries
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