Dairy protein consumption K MT Projected dairy protein consumption growth pa

Dairy protein consumption k mt projected dairy

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Dairy protein consumption (K MT) Projected dairy protein consumption growth p.a., 2007-2013 High growth from emerging markets Low growth from traditional markets (incl US)
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Presentation to the Dairy Industry Advisory Committee June 3 - 4, 2010 Most importers have growing dairy demand Key importer Note: The US and EU are both major importers and exporters of dairy products SE Asia will have significant import growth due to growing economies (all countries are far below saturation and growing) and limited ability to develop dairy production due to climate and land - Domestic production only serves ~20% of consumption, with NZ even supplying fluid milk to meet demand - Income levels are <$5,000 per capita in Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia, but expected to grow significantly China will continue to be a significant dairy importer with consumption growing faster than production in the foreseeable future - Dairy demand will be driven by income growth and urbanization, with higher value- added products growing in Tier 1 regions - There is opportunity to continue to develop the northern dairy region, but arable land limits and location, limited infrastructure to support expansion and political need to support the rural masses will limit speed of growth India is unlikely to emerge as a significant dairy importer : Political and cultural issues will drive the government to limit imports of dairy products - India is projected to have significantly higher demand growth than production due to population and income growth - Government will either have to support increased production or will allow pricing to dampen consumption growth
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Presentation to the Dairy Industry Advisory Committee June 3 - 4, 2010 Most importers have growing dairy demand Key importer Note: The US and EU are both major importers and exporters of dairy products Russia will decrease imports over the next five years, but will continue to be a net importer of dairy (mainly from CIS countries) - Demand per capita will continue to grow as the economy expands, but expected population decline will temper consumption growth - Production will continue to grow, but accelerated growth would depend on funding from government programs, thus economic stability from high oil prices Mexico will grow as an importer with imports continuing to increase across all product categories through 2013 - Consumption will continue to grow an 1.5-2% per year, due to population and income growth - Domestic production is expected to grow more slowly due to low yields per cow Japan will retain import levels through 2013, though will have some product mix shift toward higher value added products ROW will be a significant importer with growing needs in the next five years, with the Middle East and N. Africa being the most important regions - Domestic production is limited in many ROW countries and growth prospects are limited - Economies will continue to develop as globalization continues, suggesting increasing GDP per capita, thus increasing demand for dairy protein
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