Insights on the Indian Baby Food Market to 2025 - Featuring Nestle, Abbott and Danone Nutricia Among Others -

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This report gives a complete insight into the performance of the baby food market in India. The baby food market in India has experienced growth over the past few years due to changing consumer mindset and growing concerns regarding the proper nutrition in babies' food. Rise in disposable income level, superior product availability and increasing awareness have significantly revolutionized the baby food products industry in India.

Parents are increasingly becoming aware of the nutritional requirement in their baby's food is tending parents towards commercial baby food products that enhance the development of their babies throughout the early growing stage. This report provides a complete analysis of the various segments in the Indian baby food market along with its historical and forecasted values, and the performance of top profiled companies.

The type of baby food varies according to ingredients, formula, and flavors, the proportion of nutrition and vitamins, and packaging. India's baby food market comprises various kinds of formula-based products which include infant milk formula, follow-up formula, baby cereal and other baby foods such as baby juice, baby soup, prepared baby food, etc. Products of these formulas are being made available by the companies based on the growth stages of an infant. The market has been largely derived by the presence of infant milk formula which has grown at a CAGR of around 16% in the last couple of years. Infant milk formula is the only form that is being given to an infant within the age of 6 months and beyond it.

The market has been growing with very strong competition among the formula like infant baby milk, follow-up formula and baby cereals as each of these products has been catering to each stage of infant growth. Apart from these formulas, the prepared food segment has been the fastest-growing section in the market despite being at the lower end in the market. The market has grown at a rapid rate and observing its adaption rate it is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 22% in the coming years. This segment consists of the food in liquid form which is prepared from vegetables, fruits enriched with good amounts of nutrition. These foods are mostly preferred for the babies after they cross the age of 9 plus months when they start heaving semi-solid food and gaining a sense of taste. These are also called as ready to eat foods for baby.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Methodology

3. India Demographic Insight

4. Global Infant/Child Demographics (Birth Rate, Fertility Rate)

5. Global Baby Food Market Outlook

5.1. Market Size By Value

5.2. Market Share

5.2.1. By Segment

5.2.2. By Type

6. India Infant/Child Demographics (Birth Rate, Fertility Rate)

7. India Baby Food Market Outlook

7.1. Market Size By Value

7.1.1. Overall Market

7.1.2. Infant Milk Formula Market

7.1.3. Baby Cereal Market

7.1.4. Follow-Up Formula Market

7.1.5. Others Baby Food Product market

7.2. Market Share

7.2.1. By Company

7.2.2. By Brand

7.2.3. By Type

7.2.4. By Region

7.2.5. By Pack Size

7.2.6. By Pack Type

7.2.7. By Age Group

7.2.8. By Sales Channel

7.2.9. By Demographics

8. Product, Variant & Pricing Analysis

9. India Economic Profile

10. Company Profile

10.1. Nestle India Limited

10.2. Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd.

10.3. Abbott India Limited

10.4. Danone Nutricia India

10.5. Mead Johnson Nutrition India Pvt. Ltd.

11. Disclaimer

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Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900