Indian Coffee Market – Industry Analysis, Forecasts and Opportunity Assessment (2016-2023)
Report on Indian Coffee Market – Industry Analysis, Forecasts and Opportunity Assessment (2016-2023)
Introduction to Indian Coffee Market
Coffee is consumed by people globally as a beverage from coffee shops or coffee houses or by brewing it at home. A natural, organic beverage brewed in hot or cold water and rich in caffeine content.
With the history of coffee in India starting in the 18th century, India currently holds a distinguished position for itself in the global coffee market. It houses 13 distinct coffee growing region with 16 unique coffee varieties with no other coffee growing nation parallel to it.
Indian coffee industry registered a high trade surplus over the past years. In India coffee has become one of the most important agricultural product. It is also referred to as the brown gold. Coffee is cultivated in diverse regions that receive rainfall between 2500-4000mm followed by some dry period. India is a significant coffee producer. According to the Indian Coffee Board’s numbers, globally it is the sixth largest coffee producer. The domestic consumption is only about a third, mainly concentrated in southern India while the rest is exported.
India produces 16 unique variety of coffee with Arabica and Robusta being the most famous ones.
The Coffee is grown mainly in three regions of the Indian subcontinent which are as follows
- First region: Traditional Coffee Growing region
Which is the southern India comprising of the states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The coffee obtained here is also known as the monsoon coffee.
- Second Region: Nontraditional region
It comprises if Andhra Pradesh and Orissa which is mainly the east coast of the country.
- Third region: North eastern India
It comprise of the seven sister states of India namely, the states of Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh
- Indian coffee market accounted for 3.66 percent of the global coffee production in the year 2017.
- Italy, Germany, Russia, Belgium, USA, Turkey, Poland, Libya, Spain, and Indonesia are the leading importers of Indian coffee.
- The Indian coffee market has tremendously improved over the last seven years and is expected to grow further.
- The growth in home coffee consumption population, rising e-commerce retail sales, increasing urban population, and increasing disposable income are some of the factors that are contributing to the Indian coffee markets growth.
- The increasing penetration of premium coffee shop chains into India and globally and increasing demand for the Indian coffee in emerging countries are also a boost to the Indian coffee market.
Eastern Condiments Private Limited, Olam Agro India LTD., Sarathy Coffee Curing Works, Allanasons Private Limited, ITC Ltd, Saldanha International are some of the key players in the Indian coffee market.
The report contains comprehensive analysis on:
- Indian Coffee Market Segments
- Indian Coffee Market Drivers, Restraints and Opportunities
- Indian Coffee Market Size & Forecast 2016 to 2022
- Supply & Demand Value Chain
- Indian Coffee Market Current Trends
- Competition & Major Companies
- Technology and R&D Status
- Porters Five Force Analysis
- Strategic and Critical Success Factor Analysis of Key Players
Regional analysis for Indian Coffee Market includes
- Northern Region
- Sothern Region
- East coast
- Detailed Historical Overview (Market Origins, Product Launch Timeline, etc.)Consumer and pricing analysis
- Market Dynamics of the industry
- In-depth market segmentation
- Historical and Projected Market Sizing in terms of volume and value
- Recent market trends and Impact factors
- R&D Status and Technology Overview
- Extensive industry structure coverage