DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "India Baby Food Market Outlook, 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The report provides a complete understanding of the performance of baby food products in the Indian market. Commercial baby food products are greatly accepted worldwide. These are desired for infants aged between 0 to 24 months and differ for the different stages. The type of baby food varies according to ingredients, formula, flavors, the proportion of nutrition and vitamins, and packaging. Globally, the market is divided into organic and non-organic baby food product segments.
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 helps to understand the growth of the baby food market along with the historical and forecasted values of each segment and the growth of prominent players in the market.
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. The market is divided into four main segments Infant milk formula, baby cereal, follow-up formula, and prepared baby food products. Growing consumer's awareness and increasing adaption of such products have led the market to cross over the INR 4500 Crore mark and are further expected to grow at a faster pace.
Products in the market have been designed for every growing stage of an infant since his birth to provide proper nutrition while growing. Infant milk formula products are one of the most preferred categories in this market as these products are been given to an infant within six months and beyond it. This form of formula has grown at a CAGR of around 16% in the last couple of years. Other than this formula the remaining formula products in the market have been very competitive owing to its usability is each phase of an infant's growth. Baby cereal is made of nutrition-based ingredients and grains such as rice, wheat, oatmeal, etc. which promises to provide high nutrition and vitamins to babies at an early stage.
Follow-up formula based baby food products are made to be less like breast milk and more like regular cow's milk. It is also launched in both liquid and dried forms, which is desired to be suitable for the babies aged above 6 months. These baby foods come in various pack sizes which range from 0 - 200 gms, 201 - 400 gms, 500 gms and above and with varied pack types such as box, Tin/Jar, refill, pouch.
- Nestle India Limited
- Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd.
- Abbott India Limited
- Manna Foods Private Limited
- Nutricia International Private Limited
- Mead Johnson Nutrition India Pvt. Ltd.
- Pristine Organics Pvt. Ltd
Raptakos Brett & Co
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. Asia Pacific Baby Food Market Outlook
5.3. Europe Baby Food Market Outlook
5.4. North America Baby Food Market Outlook
5.5. ROW Baby Food Market Outlook
5.6. Market Share
5.6.1. By Segment
5.6.2. 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. Channel Partner Analysis
10. India Economic Profile
11. Raw Material Analysis
12. Policy & Regulatory Landscape
13. PEST Analysis
14. Market Dynamics
14.1. Key Drivers
14.2. Key Challenges
15. Market Trends & Developments
15.1. Trend of online baby shopping
15.2. Turn towards organic baby food products
15.3. Females are key decision makers
16. Competitive Landscape
16.1. Porters Five Forces Analysis
16.2. Company Profiles
16.2.1. Nestle India Limited
16.2.2. Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd.
16.2.3. Danone Nutricia India
16.2.4. Abbott India Limited
16.2.5. Manna Foods Pvt. Ltd.
16.2.6. Mead Johnson Nutrition India Pvt. Ltd.
16.2.7. Pristine Organics Pvt. Ltd.
16.2.8. Raptakos Brett & Co.
17. Strategic Recommendations
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