India's $29.6 billion poultry and hatchery markets, 2014-2019 and 2024

INDIA - The "India Poultry and Hatchery Market, By Type (Layer/Egg and Broiler/Meat), By Sales Channel (Institutional Sales and Traditional/Modern Retail Sales), Competition, Forecast and Opportunities, 2014-2024" report has been added to's offering.
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The Indian poultry and hatchery market stood at around $15 billion in 2018 and is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 12 percent to reach $29.6 billion by 2023 on account of the growing demand for meat and animal protein, especially from young population bases, rising health consciousness among millennials and increasing consumption of non-vegetarian products in urban areas.

Additionally, growing tourist footfall in the country coupled with expanding the hotel/restaurant/café (HoReCa) sector and changing taste preferences of Indian consumers is further anticipated to propel growth in the Indian poultry and hatchery market through 2024.

Objective of the Study:

  • To analyse and forecast the market size of the Indian poultry and hatchery market.
  • To define, classify and forecast the Indian poultry and hatchery market based on type, sales channel, region, and company.
  • To analyse and forecast the market share for the Indian poultry and hatchery market with respect to type: layer/egg and broiler/meat.
  • To scrutinise the detailed market segmentation and forecast the market size based on four regions, namely - North, West, South and East.
  • To identify tailwinds and headwinds for the Indian poultry and hatchery markets.
  • To strategically profile the leading players in the market which are involved in the supply of poultry and hatchery in India.

The full report may be accessed here

Ryan Johnson

Editor at The Poultry Site

Ryan worked in conservation from 2008 to 2017, during which time he operated a rainbow trout hatchery and helped to maintain public and protected green spaces in Canada for the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. As editor of The Poultry Site, he now writes about challenges and opportunities in agriculture across the globe.

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