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    Latin America Milk and Dairy Products Market Outlook to 2015 – Compelling Opportunities for Cheese and Milk Powder Latin America Milk and Dairy Products Market Outlook to 2015 – Compelling Opportunities for Cheese and Milk Powder Document Transcript

    • EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe Report titled “Latin America Milk and Dairy Products Market Outlook to 2015 – CompellingOpportunities for Cheese and Milk Powder” provides a comprehensive analysis of the milk and dairy productsindustry in the Latin America region covering major countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia,Uruguay, Peru and Venezuela. The report covers the total cow milk production, fluid milk consumption,segmentation on the basis of dairy products such as butter, cheese, skim milk powder, milk drinks and fermentedproducts, cream, condensed milk and whey powder and volume of net trade for dairy products. It offers prevalenttrends and developments in the industry, future opportunities and competitive landscape of the prominent playersoperating in the country. The report also includes information on the major macroeconomic indicators regressedfor estimating the market for milk and dairy products in Latin AmericaLatin AmericaIn 2008, Brazil, the regions largest milk producer with a market share of 46.4%, registered an increase of 8% dueto rise in milk prices. The milk production declined by 3.2% in 2009 and remained stagnant in 2010 to 27,981thousand tonnes. Various endeavors have been seen in Mexico, one of the World’s largest importers of milkpowders, to push milk production sector development and bound dependence on imports and milk production.The Milk production has risen by 2.4% to 11,398 thousand tonnes in 2010 and held a market share of 18.3% inthe region’s total milk production.Argentina is expected to witness an incline in the market share in production of total dairy products to 30.4% anddairy products production of 1,984 thousand tonnes by 2015. Brazil is expected to remain a strong market andwill overtake Mexico for the 2nd position with an increased market share of 27.7% relative to the decreasedmarket share of 26.1% of Mexico. The dairy products production of Brazil is expected to reach to 1,806 thousandtonnes by 2015. Peru is expected to remain the fourth largest dairy products producer with the market share of7.3% and expected production of 477 thousand tonnes by 2015.BrazilBrazil has the second largest dairy herd in the world, followed by India. Most of the dairy farms in Brazil havecrossbred cows (largely Holstein crossed with Zebu breeds). This is because of their dual purpose for beef andmilk and severity and their ability to better acclimatize to tropical environment relative to purebred Holstein. Lotsof cows in Brazil are kept in small numbers in private households. The number of milk cows has inclinedconsiderably in the last decade. The number of cows yielding milk was 15,925 thousand head in 2007 whichinclined to 21,694 thousand tonnes in 2009, a 2 year CAGR of 16.7%.The production of cheese in Brazil has primarily inclined due to higher demand for several types of cheese fromthe fast food industry. There is an intense competition within the cheese sector, characterized by the high level ofdisintegration and bulk sales of the low margin products such as mozzarella and plate cheese (semi-hardcheese). The year 2009 registered a decrease in the growth rate. This sector is expected to showcase a stronggrowth till 2015. The volume of cheese is anticipated to increase and reach 821 thousand tonnes in 2015,registering a CAGR of 5.0%MexicoSkim Milk powder constitutes a small portion of the total powdered milk production in Mexico. Though, there is aconsumers’ preference for non-fat dry milk powder, nearly 83% of the skim milk powder demand is met by theimports from the foreign countries. Mexico is considered as one of the largest importers of the milk powders inthe world. The production level of skim milk powder was recorded at 25 thousand tonnes in 2009. It has inclinedby over 100% from the level of 11 thousand tonnes in 2007. It is expected that demand for the skim milk powderwill lead to a certain growth rate in the domestic supply. It is projected to increase to 31 thousand tonnes by2011. 2
    • ArgentinaArgentina dairy production consists of various dairy products such as butter, cheese, skim powder, whole milkpowder, milk drinks and fermented products, cream, condensed milk and whey powder. The demand for dairyproducts has registered an increase in the historical period. The market increased at a growth rate of 8.9% in2008 as compared to in 2007. Even in 2009, the industry registered a growth rate of 4.1% and reached USD1,534 thousand tonnes. The increase in demand for dairy products is likely to continue in the near future. Theindustry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.4% during 2009-2015.ColombiaColombia is the fourth largest producer in the Latin America region after Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. Theestimated milk production registered in 2010 was 7,377 thousand tonnes. Along with the increase in the milkproduction, the consumption of dairy products has also increased. The milk produced from different regionsacross Colombia is rich in protein and fat content. Some of the prominent regions such as Caribbean Coast andSantander produced protein rich milk which is healthier than the milk produced in some of the top milk producingnations such as New Zealand, Germany and the US.UruguayConsumers’ rising preference for whole milk powder and the rising utility of whole milk powder in themanufacturing of other products has increased the demand of whole milk powder considerably in Latin America.Hence, the production level and export level of whole milk powder has inclined in Uruguay. The net trade levelhas also inclined considerably from the past. Current trade account balance was 27 thousand tonnes in 2007which has increased to 34 thousand tonnes in 2009. The net trade level is expected to incline to 46 thousandtonnes by 2015.PeruThe production of cow milk increased in Peru at a CAGR of 16.2% during the period from 2007-2009. Peru is the th5 largest contributor of cow milk production in Latin America with the milk production of 1,878 thousand tonnesand market share of 3.1% in 2009. By 2015, the market share is expected to increase further and will reach 4.1%and 2,990 thousand tonnes in volume terms. In 2009, Arequipa was the biggest region in terms of milk productionaccounting for 22% of the milk production followed by Cajamarca and Lima with 18% and 17% respectively.Other regions such as La Liberated and Amazonas accounted for 6% and 5% of the milk production.VenezuelaCow milk production in Venezuela increased in both the years in the historical period (2008 and 2009). Theproduction increased from 1,328 thousand tonnes in 2007 to 1,345 thousand tonnes in 2008 and further to 1,499thousand tonnes in 2009, at a CAGR of 6.2%. The production of cow milk is expected to increase in the future.The fluid milk consumption registered a decrease in the historical period from 203 thousand tonnes in 2007 to186 thousand tonnes in 2009. During the period the consumption declined at a CAGR of 4.3%. It is expected thatthe consumption will increase in the future at a marginal CAGR of 1.1%. 3
    • Scope of ResearchThe report will entail thorough analysis and valuable insights on the milk and dairy products industry in LatinAmerica covering seven major countries Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, Peru andVenezuela. The scope of the report includes: • The total Latin Ameica market of cow milk production and fluid milk consumption by volume, 2007 to 2015, along with country statistics of the seven countries. • The Latin America milk cow numbers and milk production per cow, by volume, 2007 to 2015, along with country statistics of the seven countries mentioned. . • The Latin America dairy production by volume for butter, cheese, skim milk powder, milk drinks and fermented products, cream, condensed milk and whey powder, 2007 to 2015, along with country statistics of the seven countries mentioned. • The Latin America Dairy consumption by volume for butter, cheese, skim milk powder, whole milk powder, 2007 to 2015, along with country statistics of the seven countries. • Current statistics and Projections of the various Macro Economic Indicators, 2009 to 2015 for Latin America and the seven countries included in the report. • Competitive Landscape of the major companies, key trends and developments and future outlook of the milk and dairy products industry in the seven countries included in the report. 4
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Latin America 1.1. Latin America Milk Market Introduction 1.1.1. Latin America Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 1.1.2. Latin America Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-2015 1.1.3. Latin America Cow Milk Production Segmentation by Geography, 2010 and 2015 1.2. Latin America Dairy Products Market Introduction 1.2.1. Latin America Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 1.2.2. Latin America Dairy Production Segmentation by Geography, 2010 and 2015 1.2.3. Latin America Dairy Production Segmentation by Products, in Volume, 2007- 2015 1.2.3.1. Butter 1.2.3.2. Cheese 1.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 1.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 1.2.3.5. Milk Drinks and Fermented Products 1.2.3.6. Cream 1.2.3.7. Condensed Milk 1.2.3.8. Whey Powder 1.2.4. Latin America Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 1.2.4.1. Butter 1.2.4.2. Cheese 1.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 1.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder 1.2.5. Latin America Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 1.2.5.1. Butter 5
    • 1.2.5.2. Cheese 1.2.5.3. Skim Milk Powder 1.2.5.4. Whole Milk Powder 1.3. Trends and Developments in Latin America Milk and Dairy Products Market 1.4. Latin America Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook 1.5. Latin America Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 1.5.1. Population, 2007-2015 1.5.2. GDP, 2007-2015 1.5.3. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-2010 1.5.4. Personal Disposable Income and Number of Households in Latin America, 2009-20102. Brazil 2.1. Brazil Milk Market Introduction 2.1.1. Brazil Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 2.1.2. Brazil Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-2015 2.2. Brazil Dairy Products Market Introduction 2.2.1. Brazil Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 2.2.2. Brazil Dairy Product Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 2.2.2.1. Butter 2.2.2.2. Cheese 2.2.2.3. Skim Milk Powder 2.2.2.4. Whole Milk Powder 2.2.2.5. Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Cream, Condensed Milk & Whey Powder) 2.2.3. Brazil Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 2.2.3.1. Butter 2.2.3.2. Cheese 6
    • 2.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 2.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 2.2.4. Brazil Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 2.2.4.1. Butter 2.2.4.2. Cheese 2.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 2.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder 2.3. Trends and Developments in Brazil Milk and Dairy Products Market 2.4. Competitive Landscape 2.5. Brazil Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook 2.6. Brazil Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 2.6.1. Population, 2007-2015 2.6.2. GDP, 2007-2015 2.6.3. Inflation, 2007-2015 2.6.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-2015 2.6.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-2010 2.6.6. Personal Disposable Income and Number of Households in Brazil, 2009-2010 2.6.7. Distribution of Income among Households, 2009-20103. Mexico 3.1. Mexico Milk Market Introduction 3.1.1. Dairy Market Structure and Supply Chain in Mexico 3.1.2. Mexico Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 3.1.3. Mexico Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-2015 3.2. Mexico Dairy Products Market Introduction 3.2.1. Mexico Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 3.2.2. Mexico Dairy Product Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 7
    • 3.2.2.1. Butter 3.2.2.2. Cheese 3.2.2.3. Skim Milk Powder 3.2.2.4. Whole Milk Powder 3.2.2.5. Milk Drinks & Fermented Products 3.2.2.6. Cream 3.2.2.7. Condensed Milk 3.2.3. Mexico Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 3.2.3.1. Butter 3.2.3.2. Cheese 3.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 3.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 3.2.4. Mexico Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 3.2.4.1. Butter 3.2.4.2. Cheese 3.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 3.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder 3.3. Trends and Developments in Mexico Milk and Dairy Products Market 3.4. Competitive Landscape 3.5. Mexico Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook 3.6. Mexico Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 3.6.1. Population, 2007-2015 3.6.2. GDP, 2007-2015 3.6.3. Inflation, 2007-2015 3.6.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-2015 3.6.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-20104. Argentina 4.1. Argentina Milk Market Introduction 8
    • 4.1.1. Argentina Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 4.1.2. Argentina Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-20154.2. Argentina Dairy Products Market Introduction 4.2.1. Argentina Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 4.2.2. Argentina Dairy Product Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 4.2.2.1. Butter 4.2.2.2. Cheese 4.2.2.3. Skim Milk Powder 4.2.2.4. Whole Milk Powder 4.2.2.5. Milk Drinks & Fermented Products 4.2.2.6. Cream 4.2.2.7. Whey Powder 4.2.3. Argentina Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 4.2.3.1. Butter 4.2.3.2. Cheese 4.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 4.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 4.2.4. Argentina Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 4.2.4.1. Butter 4.2.4.2. Cheese 4.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 4.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder4.3. Trends and Developments in Argentina Milk and Dairy Products Market4.4. Competitive Landscape4.5. Argentina Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook4.6. Argentina Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 4.6.1. Population, 2007-2015 9
    • 4.6.2. GDP, 2007-2015 4.6.3. Inflation, 2007-2015 4.6.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-2015 4.6.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-2010 4.6.6. Personal Disposable Income and Number of Households in Argentina, 2009- 2010 4.6.7. Distribution of Income among Households, 2009-20105. Colombia 5.1. Colombia Milk Market Introduction 5.1.1. Colombia Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 5.1.2. Colombia Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-2015 5.2. Colombia Dairy Products Market Introduction 5.2.1. Colombia Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 5.2.2. Colombia Dairy Product Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 5.2.2.1. Butter 5.2.2.2. Cheese 5.2.2.3. Skim Milk Powder 5.2.2.4. Whole Milk Powder 5.2.2.5. Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Cream, Condensed Milk & Whey Powder) 5.2.3. Colombia Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 5.2.3.1. Butter 5.2.3.2. Cheese 5.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 5.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 5.2.4. Colombia Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 5.2.4.1. Butter 10
    • 5.2.4.2. Cheese 5.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 5.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder 5.3. Trends and Developments in Colombia Milk and Dairy Products Market 5.4. Competitive Landscape 5.5. Colombia Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook 5.6. Colombia Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 5.6.1. Population, 2007-2015 5.6.2. GDP, 2007-2015 5.6.3. Inflation, 2007-2015 5.6.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-2015 5.6.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-2010 5.6.6. Personal Disposable Income and Number of Households in Colombia, 2009- 2010 5.6.7. Distribution of Income among Households, 2009-20106. Uruguay 6.1. Uruguay Milk Market Introduction 6.1.1. Uruguay Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 6.1.2. Uruguay Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-2015 6.2. Uruguay Dairy Products Market Introduction 6.2.1. Uruguay Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 6.2.2. Uruguay Dairy Product Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 6.2.2.1. Butter 6.2.2.2. Cheese 6.2.2.3. Skim Milk Powder 6.2.2.4. Whole Milk Powder 6.2.2.5. Milk Drinks & Fermented Products 11
    • 6.2.2.6. Cream 6.2.2.7. Whey Powder 6.2.3. Uruguay Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 6.2.3.1. Butter 6.2.3.2. Cheese 6.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 6.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 6.2.4. Uruguay Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 6.2.4.1. Butter 6.2.4.2. Cheese 6.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 6.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder 6.3. Trends and Developments in Uruguay Milk and Dairy Products Market 6.4. Competitive Landscape 6.5. Uruguay Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook 6.6. Uruguay Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 6.6.1. Population, 2007-2015 6.6.2. GDP, 2007-2015 6.6.3. Inflation, 2007-2015 6.6.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-2015 6.6.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-20107. Peru 7.1. Peru Milk Market Introduction 7.1.1. Peru Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 7.1.2. Peru Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-2015 7.2. Peru Dairy Products Market Introduction 12
    • 7.2.1. Peru Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 7.2.2. Peru Dairy Product Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 7.2.2.1. Butter 7.2.2.2. Cheese 7.2.2.3. Skim Milk Powder 7.2.2.4. Condensed MilK 7.2.2.5. Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Cream & Whey Powder) 7.2.3. Peru Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 7.2.3.1. Butter 7.2.3.2. Cheese 7.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 7.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 7.2.4. Peru Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 7.2.4.1. Butter 7.2.4.2. Cheese 7.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 7.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder 7.3. Trends and Developments in Peru Milk and Dairy Products Market 7.4. Competitive Landscape 7.5. Peru Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook 7.6. Peru Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 7.6.1. Population, 2007-2015 7.6.2. GDP, 2007-2015 7.6.3. Inflation, 2007-2015 7.6.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-2015 7.6.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-20108. Venezuela 8.1. Venezuela Milk Market Introduction 13
    • 8.1.1. Venezuela Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 8.1.2. Venezuela Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-20158.2. Venezuela Dairy Products Market Introduction 8.2.1. Venezuela Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 8.2.2. Venezuela Dairy Product Market Production by Volume, 2007-2015 8.2.2.1. Butter 8.2.2.2. Cheese 8.2.2.3. Skim Milk Powder 8.2.2.4. Whole Milk Powder 8.2.2.5. Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Cream, Condensed Milk & Whey Powder) 8.2.3. Venezuela Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-2015 8.2.3.1. Butter 8.2.3.2. Cheese 8.2.3.3. Skim Milk Powder 8.2.3.4. Whole Milk Powder 8.2.4. Venezuela Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-2015 8.2.4.1. Butter 8.2.4.2. Cheese 8.2.4.3. Skim Milk Powder 8.2.4.4. Whole Milk Powder8.3. Trends and Developments in Venezuela Milk and Dairy Products Market8.4. Competitive Landscape8.5. Venezuela Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook8.6. Venezuela Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections 8.6.1. Population, 2007-2015 8.6.2. GDP, 2007-2015 14
    • 8.6.3. Inflation, 2007-2015 8.6.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-2015 8.6.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-20109. Appendix 9.1. Market Definition 9.2. Abbreviations 9.3. Research Methodology Data Collection Methods Approach 9.4. Disclaimer 15
    • LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Latin America Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 2: Latin America Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cowin Kilograms, 2007-2015Figure 3: Latin America Cow Milk Production Segmentation by Geography in Percentage,2010Figure 4: Latin America Cow Milk Production Segmentation by Geography in Percentage,2015Figure 5: Latin America Cow Milk Production Segmentation by Geography in (‘000 MetricTonnes), 2015Figure 6: Latin America Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 7: Latin America Dairy Production Segmentation by Geography in Percentage, 2010Figure 8: Latin America Dairy Production Segmentation by Geography in Percentage, 2015Figure 9: Latin America Dairy Production Segmentation by Geography in (‘000 MetricTonnes), 2015Figure 10: Latin America Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 11: Latin America Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 12: Latin America Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 13: Latin America Whole Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 14: Latin America Milk Drinks and Fermented Products Market Production by Volumein Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 15: Latin America Cream Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015 16
    • Figure 16: Latin America Condensed Milk Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 17: Latin America Whey Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 18: Latin America Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 19: Latin America Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 20: Latin America Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 21: Latin America Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 22: Latin America Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 23: Latin America Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 24: Latin America Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 25: Latin America Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 26: Latin America Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 27: Latin America Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 28: Brazil Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along with ManufacturingUse and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 29: Brazil Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 30: Brazil Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 31: Brazil Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 32: Brazil Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015 17
    • Figure 33: Brazil Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 34: Brazil Whole Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 35: Brazil Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Condensed Milk, Cream andWhey Powder) Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 36: Brazil Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 37: Brazil Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 38: Brazil Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 39: Brazil Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 40: Brazil Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 41: Brazil Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 42: Brazil Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 43: Brazil Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 44: Brazil Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 45: Brazil Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 46: Brazil Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 47: Brazil Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015Figure 48: Popular Supply Chains in Mexico for 3 Dairy SystemsFigure 49: Mexico Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 50: Mexico Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 51: Mexico Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 52: Mexico Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015 18
    • Figure 53: Mexico Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 54: Mexico Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 55: Mexico Whole Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 56: Mexico Milk Drinks & Fermented Products Market Production by Volume inThousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 57: Mexico Cream Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 58: Mexico Condensed Milk Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 59: Mexico Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 60: Mexico Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 61: Mexico Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 62: Mexico Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 63: Mexico Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 64: Mexico Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 65: Mexico Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 66: Mexico Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 67: Framework of future opportunities and key performance indicators of theMexican Milk and Dairy products marketFigure 68: Mexico Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 69: Mexico Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 70: Mexico Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 71: Mexico Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015Figure 72: Argentina Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015 19
    • Figure 73: Argentina Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 74: Argentina Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 75: Argentina Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 76: Argentina Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 77: Argentina Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 78: Argentina Whole Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 79: Argentina Milk Drinks & Fermented Products Market Production by Volume inThousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 80: Argentina Cream Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 81: Argentina Whey Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 82: Argentina Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 83: Argentina Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 84: Argentina Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 85: Argentina Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 86: Argentina Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 87: Argentina Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 88: Argentina Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 89: Argentina Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 90: Argentina Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015 20
    • Figure 91: Argentina Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 92: Argentina Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 93: Argentina Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015Figure 94: Colombia Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 95: Colombia Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 96: Colombia Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 97: Colombia Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 98: Colombia Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 99: Colombia Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 100: Colombia Whole Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 101: Colombia Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Cream, Condensed Milk &Whey Powder) Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 102: Colombia Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 103: Colombia Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 104: Colombia Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 105: Colombia Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 106: Colombia Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 107: Colombia Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 108: Colombia Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015 21
    • Figure 109: Colombia Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 110: Colombia Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 111: Colombia Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 112: Colombia Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 113: Colombia Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015Figure 114: Uruguay Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 115: Uruguay Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 116: Uruguay Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 117: Uruguay Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 118: Uruguay Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 119: Uruguay Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 120: Uruguay Whole Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 121: Uruguay Milk Drinks & Fermented Products Market Production by Volume inThousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 122: Uruguay Cream Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 123: Uruguay Whey Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 124: Uruguay Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 125: Uruguay Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 126: Uruguay Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015 22
    • Figure 127: Uruguay Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 128: Share of Top 10 dairy exporters in Uruguay in 2009Figure 129: Uruguay Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 130: Uruguay Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 131: Uruguay Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 132: Uruguay Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 133: Uruguay Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 134: Uruguay Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 135: Uruguay Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 136: Uruguay Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015Figure 137: Peru Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 138: Peru Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 139: Peru Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 140: Peru Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 141: Peru Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 142: Peru Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 143: Peru Condensed Milk Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 144: Peru Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Cream, Whole Milk Powder &Whey Powder) Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 145: Peru Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 146: Peru Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015 23
    • Figure 147: Peru Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 148: Peru Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 149: Peru Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 150: Peru Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 151: Peru Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 152: Peru Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 153: Peru Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 154: Peru Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 155: Peru Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 156: Peru Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015Figure 157: Venezuela Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 158: Venezuela Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 159: Venezuela Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 160: Venezuela Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 161: Venezuela Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 162: Venezuela Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 163: Venezuela Whole Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 164: Venezuela Others (Milk Drinks & Fermented Products, Cream, Condensed Milk &Whey Powder) Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015 24
    • Figure 165: Venezuela Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 166: Venezuela Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 167: Venezuela Skim Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 168: Venezuela Whole Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 169: Venezuela Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 170: Venezuela Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 171: Venezuela Skim Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 172: Venezuela Whole Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in ThousandTonnes, 2007-2015Figure 173: Venezuela Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 174: Venezuela Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 175: Venezuela Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 176: Venezuela Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015 25
    • LIST OF TABLESTable 1: Latin America Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 2: Latin America Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Table 3: Latin America Cow Milk Production Segmentation by Geography in (‘000 MetricTonnes), 2010Table 4: Latin America Dairy Production Segmentation by Geography in (‘000 MetricTonnes), 2010Table 5: Demographic Distribution of Population in Latin America on the basis of Age, inMillion, 2009-2015Table 6: Personal Disposable Income in USD Million and Number of Households inThousands in Latin America, 2009-2015Table 7: Industry Structure of Milk Industry in BrazilTable 8: Brazil Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along with ManufacturingUse and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 9: Brazil Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Table 10: Competitive Landscape of Major Dairy Products Companies (Brasil Foods, Itambe,Bom Gosto) in BrazilTable 11: Demographic Distribution of Population in Brazil on the basis of Age and Gender,in Million, 2009-2010Table 12: Personal Disposable Income in USD Million and Number of Households inThousands in Brazil, 2009-2010Table 13: Income Distribution among Households in thousands in Brazil, 2009-2010Table 14: Main Characteristics of Dairy Production Systems of Dairy Farming SystemsTable 15: Mexico Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 16: Mexico Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015 26
    • Table 17: New tariffs imposed in Mexico for cheese imported from the USTable 18: Competitive Landscape of Major Dairy Products Companies (Grupo Lala, SigmaAlimentos, Alpura, Liconsa) in MexicoTable 19: Demographic Distribution of Population in Mexico on the basis of Age and Gender,in Million, 2009-2010Table 20: Argentina Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 21: Argentina Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Table 22: Competitive Landscape of Major Dairy Products Companies (MastelloneHermanos, Sancor) in the ArgentinaTable 23: Demographic Distribution of Population in Argentina on the basis of Age andGender, in Million, 2009-2010Table 24: Personal Disposable Income in USD Million and Number of Households inThousands in Argentina, 2009-2010Table 25: Income Distribution among Households in thousands in Argentina, 2009-2010Table 26: Colombia Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 27: Colombia Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Table 28: Competitive Landscape of Major Dairy Products Companies (Colanta Ltda andAlpina) in ColombiaTable 29: Demographic Distribution of Population in Colombia on the basis of Age andGender, in Million, 2009-2010Table 30: Personal Disposable Income in USD Million and Number of Households inThousands in Colombia, 2009-2010Table 31: Income Distribution among Households in thousands in Colombia, 2009-2010Table 32: Uruguay Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 33: Uruguay Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015 27
    • Table 34: Competitive Landscape of Major Dairy Products Companies (Conaprole) inUruguay.Table 35: Demographic Distribution of Population in Uruguay on the basis of Age andGender, in Million, 2009-2010Table 36: Peru Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along with ManufacturingUse by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 37: Peru Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Table 38: Competitive Landscape of Major Dairy Products Companies (Gloria, Nestle andAlicorp) in PeruTable 39: Demographic Distribution of Population in Peru on the basis of Age and Gender, inMillion, 2009-2010Table 40: Venezuela Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along withManufacturing Use and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 41: Venezuela Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Table 42: Competitive Landscape of Major Dairy Products Companies (Parmalat, Alpina) inVenezuelaTable 43: Demographic Distribution of Population in Venezuela on the basis of Age andGender, in Million, 2009-2010 28