Over the past five years (2008-2012), the Indian Olive Oil Market has been showing a tremendous growth. Despite the fact that India does not produce a single drop of olive oil, the demand of olive oil has been growing day by day. There is enough room for each and every olive oil brand in the Indian market as the market has registered even more than 100 per cent growth in volume terms in recent years. http://www.bharatbook.com/food-market-research-reports/indian-olive-oil-market-forecast-to-2017.html
The strong economic growth of the last few years and increasing health consciousness among the new wealthy Indian middle class combined with a greater exposure to western lifestyle has created hunger for healthy and wellbeing food alternatives and Olive Oil is well positioned to be a leader in this category.
In order to help manufacturers and exporters to better understand the Olive Oil trade in India, IBNA Research, a division of Indian Business News Agency (IBNA), has launched a new market research report titled “Indian Olive Oil Market Forecast to 2017”. Business Report
Indian Olive Oil Market Forecast To 2017 is a comprehensive research that contains detail statistics, in-depth analysis, and quality research on Indian olive oil market. This report is unique in its collection of highly relevant data, from legislation and imports to pricing levels, analyses of market share, market growth and more.
The report starts with an introduction of India's demographic and macroeconomic indicators, including focus on Indian Cities for Growth.
Chapter Two of the report discusses the production and consumption of edible oil in India, including data on production. The chapter provides the information needed to understand the dynamics of edible oil industry in the country.
Chapter Three covers the promotional activities for olive oil in India by several agencies including International Olive Council, European Union, Italy, Spain and others. The chapter also highlights olive plantation in India.
Chapter Four explains government regulations, policy and on edible oils, especially on olive oil. The chapter brings the rules and regulations of imported foods and their impact on the Olive Oil industry in India. It also provides market entry strategy, explains entrance routes and analyses the most relevant options for the foreign olive oil companies to enter in the market.
Chapter Five covers duties and taxes on olive oil, including detail discussion on tax rates imposed by the central government as well as the state governments.
Chapter Six highlights the Indian consumer income grouping, consumer classes, their characteristics, behavior and preferences. The chapter will help the foreign olive oil companies to understand the mental makeup of the Indian consumers.
Chapter Seven compiles details import statistics on olive oil from 2007-08 to 2011-12. The chapter provides contact information of 71 major importers of olive Oil in India. The chapter also provides contact information of 200 three star, four star, and five star hotels who source bulk quantity of olive oil directly from the importers or import directly from the foreign olive oil manufacturers.
Chapter Eight provides lists of retail prices of different grades of olive oil in the Indian market as well as it provides retail prices of olive oil from different brands. The chapter discusses the mechanism of formation of retail price of olive oil in the country.
Chapter Nine provides elaborate coverage of Indian olive oil market. Providing detail statistics, the chapter analyses the market size, market growth and market share. The chapter categorizes Indian olive oil market into four segments as per ITC HS code to provide a detailed overview of past and present performance, both in value and volume terms, of each segment. The segment-wise future outlook has been given in the report which will help readers to identify the future growth spots and the market target.
The chapter also covers elaborate analysis of the 27 foreign olive oil brands and their Indian distributors, to help clients understand the market, its structure and progress in the coming years. The future of Olive Oil in India is discussed in this chapter.
The report, also, highlights various distribution networks existing in the Indian market and the market trends, potential future growth areas, and challenges for the sector.
If you are in the olive oil industry take a look on the Table of Content and the Figures and Tables that are provided with this description and we are sure that you will benefit greatly from the information compiled in "Indian Olive Oil Market Forecast to 2017".
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Demographic Distribution of Population
1.2 Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age
1.3 Population in the major cities
1.4 Projected of Population 2013-2026
1.5 Annual GDP growth
1.6 India’s real GDP Growth
1.7 Focused Cities for Growth
1.7.1 Maturing Cities
1.7.2 High Growth Cities
1.7.3 Emerging Cities
1.7.4 Potential Cities
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