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Europe Dairy Products Market
Europe Dairy Products Market: By Type (Cheese, Milk, Butter, Sour Milk Products, Yoghurt), By Distribution Channel (Supermarkets/Hypermarkets, Discounters, Convenience Stores, Department Stores) - Forecast (2017-2022)
Report Code : CPR 0065
Updated Date: 31 January, 2017  

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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. 

European dairy market after experiencing a steep fall in milk prices over the past few years is estimated to become extremely price-competitive in wake of abolition of milk production quotas. Over-supply of milk is estimated to lead to further fall in milk prices and European manufacturers will have to expand in the emerging markets such as BRICS. The sharp fall in margins will further discourage dairy farmers and co-operatives. 

This report segments the European packaged dairy products market by type, by channel and by geography. Dairy market covers major categories like cheese and milk and other categories like yoghurt, sour milk products and butter. The report also throws light on the major distribution channels such as supermarkets, hypermarkets, discounters, convenience stores, department stores and others. It covers the whole Europe with special focus on the five major European markets of France, Germany, Italy, U.K., Russia and Spain. 

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

Sample Companies Profiled in this Report are:
  • Danone SA , 
  • Arla Foods  
  • Le Groupe Lactalis
  • Glanbia Group
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1. Europe: Macroeconomic Snapshot
2. Europe Dairy Products Market Overview
   2.1. Scope of Study
   2.2. Definitions
3. Executive Summary
4. Europe Dairy Products Market Landscape
   4.1. Market share Analysis
      4.1.1. Germany
   DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH occupies the leading position with the strong popularity of its brand ‘MILRAM’
      4.1.2. France
   Lactalis Group holds the dominant position owing to a strong portfolio in cheese segment
      4.1.3. Italy
   Lactalis Group establishes stronghold over the Italian market after the acquisition of Parmalat S.p.A.
      4.1.4. U.K.
      4.1.5. Spain
   Danone leads the yoghurt and sour milk products segment owing to larger range of products and product innovation
      4.1.6. Russia
   Danone leads the milk segment in Russia
      4.1.7. Others
   4.2. Competitive Developments
      4.2.1. Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures
   Arla Foods acquires Milk Link Ltd. and Milch-Union Hocheifel eG to enhance production capacity in Germany
      4.2.2. New Product launches by company drive the market growth
      4.2.3. Abolishment of milk production quotas to make a long-lasting effect on European dairy industry amidst steep fall in milk prices
   4.3. Consumer Insights
      4.3.1. Consumption of cheese is increasing whereas that of plain milk is estimated to decline in future
      4.3.2. Organic cheese exhibits strong demand in France and Germany
      4.3.3. Probiotics and fortified milk exhibit high potential owing to rising consumer awareness
5. European Dairy Market – By Type
   5.1. Introduction
   5.2. Cheese
      5.2.1. Processed Cheese
   Higher profit margins in butter and milk powder relative to cheese restraining the growth of cheese segment
      5.2.2. Unprocessed Cheese
   5.3. Milk
      5.3.1. Plain Milk
   Fortified and protein enriched dairy drinks exhibit strong growth in Western Europe
      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
   Flavored yoghurt is very popular among college graduates and females
   5.7. Milk Powder
      5.7.1. Skimmed Milk Powder
   High profit margins leading to more production
      5.7.2. Full Milk Powder
      5.7.3. Others
   Fitness enthusiasts and health conscious youth driving the growth of whey protein market
   5.8. Others
6. European Dairy Market – By Distribution Channel
   6.1. Supermarkets/Hypermarkets
      6.1.1. Retailers such as Tesco and Carrefour making higher profit margins owing to strong demand for private labels
   6.2. Discounters
      6.2.1. Discounters make further inroads owing to strong customer loyalty programs
   6.3. Convenience Stores
   6.4. Department stores
   6.5. Others
7. European Dairy Market – By Country
   7.1. Introduction
   7.2. Germany
      7.2.1. Flavored milk exhibits the highest growth in Germany
   7.3. France
      7.3.1. France leads the plain milk segment in terms of product innovations
      7.3.2. Yoghurt consumption is highest in French among Europeans with an annual consumption of 19kgs per capita
   7.4. Italy
      7.4.1. Cheese segment is relatively stagnant compared to other European markets
   7.5. U.K.
      7.5.1. Preservative free dairy products highly popular among British
   7.6. Spain
      7.6.1. Spoonable yoghurt exhibits less traction in Spain
      7.6.2. Sour milk products exhibit the highest growth
   7.7. Russia
      7.7.1. Milk is the traditional part of Russian diet and exhibits very high growth
   7.8. Others
8. European Dairy Market – Company Profiles
   8.1. Arla Foods
   8.2. Bongrain SA
   8.3. Danone SA
   8.4. DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH
   8.5. Fonterra Cooperative Group Limited
   8.6. Glanbia Group
   8.7. Le Groupe Lactalis
   8.8. Müller Group
   8.9. Nestlé SA
   8.10. Royal FrieslandCampina N.V.
*More than 10 Companies are profiled in this Research Report*
"*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. Disclaimer
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