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World market of milk and milk products. Russian market of milk and milk products. Current situation and forecast

Дата выпуска: 2 февраля 2012
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Subject of research:

MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

Goal of research:

EVALUATION OF THE MARKET AND FORECAST OF ITS DEVELOPMENT FOR 2011-2013

Region of research:

RUSSIA AND RF REGIONS

Main blocks of research:

WORLD MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

YIELD OF MILK IN RUSSIA

VOLUME OF RUSSIAN MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

RETAIL SALES OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA

STATE REGULATION OF MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

TRENDS ON THE RUSSIAN MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

RUSSIAN PRODUCTION OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

LARGEST RUSSIAN PRODUCERS OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

RUSSIAN EXPORT OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

RUSSIAN IMPRORT OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

PRODUCER PRICES FOR MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA

RETAIL PRICES FOR MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA

STRUCTURE OF RETAIL PRICE FOR MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

CONSUMPTION OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

CONSUMER PREFERENCES ON RUSSIAN MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

FORECAST OF VOLUME OF RUSSIAN MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS FOR 2011-2013

Largest Russian enterprises profiles of which were drawn up:

«VIMM-BILL-DANN» JSC

«DANON INDUSTRY» LLC

«IVMOLOKOPRODUKT» LLC

«INMARKO» JSC

«YANTAR» CJSC

The research includes the main enterprises’ production volumes, financial performance of activities, balance sheets, profit-and-loss reports, cash-flow statements, subsidiary enterprises and other information.

Information sources used:

Federal State Statistics Service

Ministry of Economic Development

Federal Customs Service

Federal Tax Service

Field expert evaluations

Retail sales reports

Materials of the field’s main players

Field printed and electronic publications

Data bases of international organizations

The research presents 134 schedules, 82 diagrams and 120 tables.

 

EXTRACTS FROM RESEARCH

 

WORLD MARKET

The largest producer of raw milk in the world is ***, where in 2009 the yield volume made up *** mln ton. The second place belonged to India, the index in which made up *** mln ton less (***).

By results of 2009 the rest five largest producers of raw milk also included *** (*** mln ton), Russia(*** mln ton) and *** (*** mln ton). In total the world yield of milk made up *** mln ton of cow milk.

The share of the ten largest producer countries was about 55% of raw cow’s milk in the world. The share of *** was ***%, the share of India was twice as low. The share of ***, of Russia and of *** made up from *** to ***%.

The largest importers of raw milk in the world are *** and Germany, that in 2009 imported over *** mln ton of the products. The third place belonged to Belgium with its *** ths tons. Over *** tons of this product were also imported to Spain. The total import of raw milk made up *** mln tons, or *** bln dollars. 

RUSSIAN MARKET VOLUME

The volume of Russian market of drinking milk (industrially-treated) in 2007-2010 steadily increased. During the crisis of 2009 the increase made up 3,3%, while in 2010, when there was a drought and a decrease in the yield, the market volume increased even more – by ***% and made up *** mln tons.

Such a low share is due to the fact that Russia rather largely imports dried and condensed milk from Belarus that is used at Russian enterprise to produce milk. Taking into account the raw materials from Belarus the import share on the market of drinking milk can reach ***%.

In 2010 per capita consumption of drinking milk in Russia made up *** litres (*** kg). This is *** litres more than in the previous year. To compare: consumption of all milk drinks in Russia according to data of Federal State Statistics Service in 2009 made up *** litres per person, while yields of milk in RF in total in 2010 made up *** litres per person. So, the share of drinking milk in the structure of consumption of milk products makes up 14-15%. 

RUSSIAN PRODUCTION

Russian production of ice cream in 2010 made up *** tons, that was ***% more than in 2009. However, we can say that in total, staring from 2005, the production of these products in Russia stays almost on the same level and fluctuates insignificantly by years, probably, due to weather conditions. Specifically, the summer of 2011 was not hot (comparing to 2010), that is why ice cream consumption was rather lower than in the previous year. According to Intesco Research Group, the production volume of these products, by results of 2011, will make up *** ths tons, that is ***% less than in  2010.

After the crisis of 1998 up to 2005 the growth rates of Russian production of ice cream were greatly higher than in the second half of 2000s. The latest great growth of production was in 2005, when the increase made up 29%, while the production volume reached about *** ths tons. Since then the Russian production of ice cream, as it has been already said, has been slightly increasing or decreasing.

Russian production of ice cream is seasonal. It reaches its maximum in spring and summer.

RUSSIAN IMPORT

In 2010 the Russian import of cheese and cottage cheese increased by ***% and made up *** ths tons. During the crisis of 2009, on the opposite, the index decreased by ***.

In 2011, according to the forecast of Intesco Research Group, the import of cheese and cottage cheese to Russia will again decrease– by **% – and make up *** ths tons.

The volume of supplies of milk products from Belarus to Russia are annually discussed on the ministerial level of two countries, that is why increase or decrease of import of cheese and cottage cheese from Belarus occurs not steadily (as it does as a result of market regulation), but by leaps and bounds.

After the decrease in 2009 by ***% Russian import of cheese and cottage cheese in money terms in 2010 increased by *** and made up *** bln dollars. In 2011, according to forecast of Intesco Research Group, despite the decrease of import of the products in physical terms, due to price rises, the cost of import of cheese and cottage cheese will increase by ***% and exceed *** bln dollars.

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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

LIST OF SCHEDULES, DIAGRAMS AND TABLES

1. GENERAL ECONOMIC SITUATION IN RUSSIA

1.1. Russian population

Population number

Largest cities

Population’s standard of living

Economic activity

1.2. Economic situation

Economy development dynamics

State budget stability

1.3. Russia’s position in the world

RF share in the world population

Russia’s share in the world GDP

2. CLASSIFICATION OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

2.1. Definition and characteristics of milk

Standard chemical composition of milk

2.2. Industrial processing of milk and milk products

Cooling of milk raw materials and milk products

Freezing of milk raw materials and milk products

Pasteurization of milk raw materials

Sterilization of milk raw materials

2.3. Classification of milk and milk products

Classification of milk by technology of processing

Classification of milk products by kinds

Classification according to All-Russian Classification of Products by Kinds of Economic activity

Classification according to Commodity Nomenclature for Foreign Economic Activities

3. WORLD MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

3.1. Raw milk

Production of raw milk

Largest importers of raw milk

3.2. Dried skim milk

3.3. Cheese

3.4. Butter

3.5. Ice-cream

3.6. Yoghurt

4. YIELD OF MILK IN RUSSIA

4.1. Productivity of cows in Russia

Average Russian productivity

Productivity by kinds of farms

Productivity in some regions of Russia

4.2. Production of raw milk in Russia

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds of farms

Production in federal districts

Production in regions

5. VOLUME OF RUSSIAN MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

5.1. Drinking milk

5.2. Cream

5.3. Dried milk and cream

5.4. Condensed milk and cream

5.5. Sour milk products

5.6. Butter

5.7. Margarine products

5.8. Spreads

5.9. Cheese and cottage cheese

5.10. Ice cream

6. RETAIL SALES OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA

6.1. Milk products (in total)

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by quarters

6.2. Structure of retail sales of milk products in Russia

6.3. Drinking milk

Dynamics by years

Retail sales in regions

6.4. Dried and condensed milk

Dynamics by years

Retail sales in regions

6.5. Butter

Dynamics by years

Retail sales in regions

6.6. Margarine products

Dynamics by years

Retail sales in regions

6.7. Fat cheese

Dynamics by years

Retail sales in regions

6.8. Ice cream

Dynamics by years

Retail sales in regions

7. STATE REGULATION OF MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

7.1. Prospects of state policy in respect of producers and processers of milk

7.2. Price regulation

7.3. Support of producers and processors of milk

7.4. Combating adulteration of milk products

8. TRENDS OF MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

8.1. Trends in the industry

8.2. Trends in the range of products

9. RUSSIAN PRODUCTION OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

9.1. Milk products (in total)

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

9.2. Drinking milk

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

Production in regions

9.3. Cream

Dynamics by years

Production in regions

9.4. Dried milk and cream

Dynamics by years

Production in regions

9.5. Condensed milk products

Dynamics by years

Production in regions

9.6. Sour milk products (in total)

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

9.7. Kefir

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

Production in regions

9.8. Yoghurts

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

Production in regions

9.9. Sour cream

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by fat content

Production in regions

9.10. Butter and butter pastes

Structure of production by kinds

Butter

9.11. Margarine

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

Production in regions

9.12. Spreads

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

Production in regions

9.13. Cheese and cottage cheese (in total)

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

Cottage cheese

Hard pressed cheese

Processed cheese

9.14. Ice cream

Dynamics by years

Structure of production by kinds

Production in regions

10. LARGEST RUSSIAN PRODUCERS OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

10.1. Drinking milk

Production volumes of largest enterprises

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.2. Cream

Production volumes of largest enterprises

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.3. Dried milk and cream

Production volumes of largest enterprises

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.4. Condensed milk and cream

Production volumes of largest enterprises

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.5. Kefir

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.6. Yoghurts

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.7. Sour cream

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.8. Butter

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.9. Margarine

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.10. Spreads

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.11. Cottage cheese

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.12. Hard pressed cheese

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.13. Processed cheese

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

10.14. Ice cream

Production volumes

Structure of production by largest enterprises

11. RUSSIAN EXPORT OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

11.1. Drinking milk and cream

Dynamics by years

Export volume by countries of destination

11.2. Dried and condensed ilk and milk products

Dynamics by years

Export structure by countries of destination

11.3. Sour milk products

Dynamics by years

Export structure by countries of destination

11.4. Butter

Structure of export by kinds

Dynamics by years

Export structure by countries of destination

11.5. Margarine and spreads (in total)

Structure of export by kinds

Dynamics by years

Export structure by countries of destination

11.6. Cheese and cottage cheese

Structure of export by kinds

Dynamics by years

Export structure by countries of destination

11.7. Ice cream

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by months

Export structure by countries of destination

12. RUSSIAN IMPORT OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

12.1. Drinking milk and cream

Structure of import by kinds

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by months

Structure of import by countries of origin

12.2. Dried and condensed milk and milk products

Dynamics by years

Structure of import by countries of origin

12.3. Sour milk products

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by months

Structure of import by countries of origin

12.4. Butter

Structure of import by kinds

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by months

Structure of import by countries of origin

12.5. Margarine and spreads (in total)

Structure of import by kinds

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by months

Structure of import by countries of origin

12.6. Cheese and cottage cheese

Structure of import by kinds

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by months

Structure of import by countries of origin

12.7. Ice cream

Dynamics by years

Dynamics by months

Structure of import by countries of origin

13. PRODUCER PRICES FOR MILK AND MIKL PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA

13.1. Drinking milk

13.2. Cream

13.3. Dried milk and cream

Dried milk of over 1,5% fat content

Non-fat dried milk

Dried formula milk for children

13.4. Condensed milk and milk products

13.5. Sour milk products

Sour milk products (excl. sour cream)

Sour cream

13.6. Butter

13.7. Margarine

13.8. Spreads

13.9. Cottage cheese and cottage cheese products

13.10. Cheese and cheese products

13.11. Ice cream

14. RETAIL PRICES FOR MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA

14.1. Drinking milk

14.2. Dried milk and cream

Dried whole milk

Dried formula milk for children

14.3. Condensed milk and milk products

14.4. Sour cream

14.5. Yoghurts

14.6. Butter

14.7. Margarine

14.8. Cottage cheese and cottage cheese products

Cottage cheese

Chocolate glazed curd bars

14.9. Cheese

14.10. Ice cream

15. STRUCTURE OF RETAIL PRICES FOR MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

16. CONSUMPTION OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA

16.1. Expenditure of the population on milk and milk products

16.2. Total consumption

Dynamics by years

Structure of consumption by federal districts

Largest regions by total consumption of milk and milk products in Russia

Regions of Russia with the lowest total consumption of milk and milk products

Regional structure of consumption

16.3. Per capita consumption

17. PROFILES OF LARGEST ENTERPRISES PRODUCING MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

17.1. «VIMM-BILL-DANN» JSC

Reference information

Activities

Volumes of production

Balance sheet

Profit and loss statement

Cash-flow statement

Financials of activity

17.2. «DANON INDUSTRY» LLC

Reference information

Activities

Volumes of production

Balance sheet

Profit and loss statement

Cash-flow statement

Financials of activity

17.3 «IVMOLOKOPRODUKT» LLC

Reference information

Activities

Volumes of production

Balance sheet

Profit and loss statement

Cash-flow statement

Financials of activity

17.4. «INMARKO» JSC

Reference information

Activities

Volumes of production

Balance sheet

Profit and loss statement

Cash-flow statement

Financials of activity

17.5. «YANTAR» CJSC

Reference information

Activities

Volumes of production

Balance sheet

Profit and loss statement

Cash-flow statement

Financials of activity

18. CONSUMER PREFERENCES ON RUSSIAN MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS

18.1. Rate of milk consumption

18.2. Consumer preferences by kinds of milk

18.3. Consumer preferences by milk packages

18.4. Consumer preferences by milk brands

18.5. Criteria and motivation of milk consumption

18.6. Rate and places of milk purchase

19. FORECAST OF VOLUME OF RUSSIAN MARKET OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS FOR 2011-2013

19.1. Drinking milk

19.2. Cream

19.3. Dried milk and cream

19.4. Condensed milk and cream

19.5. Sour milk products

19.6. Butter

19.7. Margarine products

19.8. Spreads

19.9. Cheese and cottage cheese

19.10. Ice cream

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