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North America Dairy Products Market: By Type (Cheese, Milk, Butter, Sour Milk Products, Yoghurt, Milk Powder), By Distribution Channel (Supermarkets/Hypermarkets, Discounters, Convenience Stores, Department Stores) - Forecast (2015-2020)
Report Code : CPR 0066
Published: 05 June, 2015   No. of pages: 153

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Milk is an essential part of daily diet and provides with vital nutrients. Milk is consumed by abundant population globally owing to its nutritional and health benefits. In modern era, owing to the busy lifestyle the demand for packaged dairy products has gone high. Milk and cheese are the dominant categories in the packaged dairy products industry. 

North American dairy market exhibits sluggish growth owing to weak domestic demand for dairy products and more traction for dairy alternatives and lactose free products. Falling milk prices have increased the supply of dairy products in the North-American market. Export to emerging markets such as China, India and Africa is deemed to be the present solution. Tariff related restrictions have prevented the global players from entering the Canadian and Mexican markets. 

This report segments the North America packaged dairy products market by type and by distribution channel with focus on the major economies namely U.S., Canada and Mexico. The report covers major packaged dairy products categories like cheese and milk and other categories like yoghurt, sour milk products and butter. It also throws light on the major distribution channels such as supermarkets, hypermarkets, discounters, convenience stores, department stores and others.

The report contains the most detailed and in-depth segmentation and analysis of the North American packaged dairy products market for the forecast period 2015 - 2020. 

The prominent players covered in this report are :
  • Danone SA, 
  • Dean Foods, 
  • Kraft Foods 
  • Le Groupe Lactalis 
1. North America: Macroeconomic Snapshot
2. North America Dairy Products Market Overview
   2.1. Scope of Study
   2.2. Definitions
3. Executive Summary
4. North America Dairy Products Market Landscape
   4.1. Market share Analysis
      4.1.1. U.S.
            4.1.1.1. Dean Foods leads the milk segment while Kraft Foods dominates the cheese segment
      4.1.2. Canada
            4.1.2.1. Saputo Inc occupies the major share in the milk and cheese segment whereas Danone leads the yoghurt segment
      4.1.3. Mexico
            4.1.3.1. Sigma Alimentos leads the cheese segment owing to its wide product portfolio
   4.2. Competitive Developments
      4.2.1. Licensing, Mergers, Acquisitions , Joint Ventures and Collaborations
            4.2.1.1. General Mills acquired Annie’s Homegrwn Inc. to make inroads in the organic cheese segment
            4.2.1.2. Nestle granted the license of distribution and manufacturing cheese and yoghurt to third party Grupo Lala in Mexico 
      4.2.2. New Product Launches
            4.2.2.1. Kraft Foods launched multiple flavors in cheese segment in order to differentiate itself from private labels
      4.2.3. Canada has been reluctant to remove its import restrictions on dairy products as proposed under the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal
   4.3. Consumer Insights
      4.3.1. Flavored yoghurt and unprocessed cheese exhibit strong demand in U.S.
      4.3.2. Cheese being an integral part of Mexican cuisine draws more traction
5. North America Dairy Products Market – By Type
   5.1. Introduction
   5.2. Cheese
      5.2.1. Processed Cheese
            5.2.1.1. High quality premium cheese exhibits strong demand
      5.2.2. Unprocessed Cheese
   5.3. Milk
      5.3.1. Plain Milk
            5.3.1.1. Demand for cow milk is gradually replaced by dairy alternatives and fortified milk
      5.3.2. Flavored Milk
   5.4. Butter
   5.5. Sour Milk Products
      5.5.1. Buttermilk
      5.5.2. Kefir
      5.5.3. Others
   5.6. Yoghurt
      5.6.1. Drinkable Yoghurt
      5.6.2. Spoonable Yoghurt
            5.6.2.1. Probiotics and flavored yoghurt are very popular at retail outlets owing to its perceived health and nutritional benefits
   5.7. Milk Powder
      5.7.1. Skimmed Milk Powder
            5.7.1.1. Rising health consciousness to drive the market growth
      5.7.2. Whole Milk Powder
      5.7.3. Others
   5.8. Others
6. North America Dairy Products Market – By Channel
   6.1. Supermarkets/Hypermarkets
      6.1.1. Retailers are coming up with innovative meal merchandising concepts by pairing dairy products with compatible eating options
      6.1.2. Private labels of retailers exhibit strong demand in cheese segment
   6.2. Discounters
      6.2.1. Middle class households are the primary target of discounters
   6.3. Convenience Stores
   6.4. Department Stores
   6.5. Others
7. North America Dairy Products Market – By Country
   7.1. Introduction
   7.2. U.S.
      7.2.1. Health conscious U.S. customers create strong demand for yoghurt and sour milk products
      7.2.2. Affluent consumers drawn towards flavored unprocessed cheese
   7.3. Canada
      7.3.1. Product and packaging innovations in cheese segment to sustain the growth
      7.3.2. Demand for flavored milk rising amidst dropping consumption of plain milk
   7.4. Mexico
      7.4.1. Milk and Cheese are symbolic of Mexican cuisine and everyday life
      7.4.2. Increased taxation on flavored dairy beverages having high calorific value to restrain the growth
   7.5. Others
8. North America Dairy Products Market – Company Profiles
   8.1. Arla Foods
   8.2. California Dairies, Inc
   8.3. Danone SA
   8.4. Dean Foods Company
   8.5. Kraft Foods
   8.6. Le Groupe Lactalis
   8.7. Nestlé SA
   8.8. Saputo Inc.
   8.9. Schreiber Foods Inc.
   8.10. Sigma Alimentos SA de CV
*More than 40 Companies are profiled in this Research Report, Complete List available on Request*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
9. Appendix
   9.1. Abbreviations
   9.2. Sources
   9.3. Research Methodology
   9.4. Bibliography
   9.5. Compilation of Expert Insights
   9.6. Disclaimer
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