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    • Executive SummaryThe Report titled “The US Milk and Dairy Products Market Outlook to 2015” provides acomprehensive analysis of the milk and dairy products industry in the US. The report coversthe total cow milk production, fluid milk consumption, segmentation on the basis of dairyproducts such as butter, cheese, skim milk powder, milk drinks and fermented products,cream, condensed milk and whey powder and volume of net trade for dairy products. It offersprevalent trends and developments in the industry, future opportunities and competitivelandscape of the prominent players operating in the country. The report also includesinformation on the major macroeconomic indicators regressed for estimating the market formilk and dairy products in the US.The US milk industry is 6th largest in the world in terms of cow milk production andrepresents more than 10% of the total milk production in the world in 2010. The cow milkproduction in the historical period increased at a CAGR of 1.0% during 2007-2009. Theperiod registered an increase from 84,186 thousand tonnes in 2007 to 86,046 thousand tonnesin 2008. Milk production in the country is expected to register a marginal increase of 0.8% inthe forecasted period from 2009-2015.The fluid milk consumption decreased at a negative CAGR of 0.3% from 2007-2009. Thedecrease in the consumption was primarily because of the recession observed in 2009 whichhad a negative impact on the consumption. Considering the nature of the market which issaturated, the market is expected to grow slowly and will reach 28,721 thousand tonnes in2015 from 27,700 thousand tonnes in 2009, registering a CAGR of 0.6%.The milk cow numbers have registered a declining trend as compared to the increase in themilk production per cow. The milk production per cow has increased in both small and largefarms as the less producing cows are removed from the herd and are being slaughtered formeat. In the near future, the milk cow numbers are further expected to decrease from 9,200thousand in 2009 to 8,899 thousand in 2015. Meanwhile the production per cow will increasefrom 9,331 kilograms in 2009 to 10,141 kilograms in 2015, an increase of 1.4%.In 2007, the butter production stood at 699 thousand tonnes. The butter production registereda growth of 6.4% in 2008 and reached 744 thousand tonnes. The year 2009 witnessed adecline in the butter production by 4.8%. Although the economy has shown signs of recoveryin 2010, the market is yet to showcase a growth in the production of butter.Mozzarella was one of the major types of cheese produced in the US. Mozzarella is an Italiantraditional specialty food product. It is usually made from cow or buffalo milk. In 2009, itaccounted for 32.3% of the total cheese production in the US. Cheddar was the second largesttype of cheese produced with of 31.7% followed by other American and other Italian cheeseaccounting for 9.8% and 9% of the total cheese produced. 2
    • The US skim milk powder has seen major boost in production in the wake of increaseddemand for this dairy product in the international market. The consumption level on the otherhand, has witnessed stable incline in the past due to several macro economic factors such aspopulation growth and increased median household income playing a subdued role in themarket. It is expected this consolidation will be fleeting and the market will get back on itslong term trend demand growth in the near term.Global demand and supply gap in the milk and dairy products will present several internaland external growth opportunities for the US. The US milk and dairy market is currently wellpositioned to serve the milk supply shortage in the world and has prospects to increase itsmarket share in the exports to other countries. There are two kind of external growthopportunities available to the US dairy exporters, first, to increase its share in the importdemand growth in the regions where the economy is highly integrated with the customermarket such as Mexico and second; to encapsulate the latent demand gaps for dairy productsthat will arise across the rest of the global market.Scope of ResearchThe report will entail thorough analysis and valuable insights on the milk and dairy productsindustry in the US. The scope of the report includes: The total market of the US cow milk production and fluid milk consumption by volume, 2007 to 2015. The US milk cow numbers and milk production per cow, by volume, 2007 to 2015. The US Dairy production by volume for butter, cheese, skim milk powder, milk drinks and fermented products, cream, condensed milk and whey powder, 2007 to 2015 The US Dairy consumption by volume for butter, cheese, skim milk powder, 2007 to 2015 Current statistics and Projections of the various Macro Economic Indicators, 2009 to 2015 Competitive Landscape of Kraft Foods, Dean Foods, DFA, Land O’ Lakes, Schreiber, key trends and developments and future outlook of the milk and dairy products industry in the US. 3
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS1. US Milk Market Introduction1.1. US Cow Milk Market Production and Fluid Milk Consumption by Volume, 2007-20151.2. US Milk Cow Numbers and Milk Production per Cow, 2007-20152. US Dairy Products Market Introduction2.1. US Dairy Products Market Production by Volume, 2007-20152.1.1. Butter2.1.2. Cheese2.1.3. Skim Milk Powder2.1.4. Milk Drinks and Fermented Products2.1.5. Cream2.1.6. Condensed Milk2.1.7. Whey Powder2.2. US Dairy Product Market Consumption by Volume, 2007-20152.2.1. Butter2.2.2. Cheese2.2.3. Skimmed Milk Powder2.3. US Dairy Product Market Net Trade by Volume, 2007-20152.3.1. Butter2.3.2. Cheese2.3.3. Skimmed Milk Powder3. Trends and Developments in US Milk and Dairy Products Market4. US Milk and Dairy Products Market Future Outlook5. Competitive Landscape6. Macro Economic Indicators: Current and Projections6.1. Population, 2007-2015 4
    • 6.2. GDP, 2007-20156.3. Inflation, 2007-20156.4. Unemployment Rate as a % of Labour Force, 2007-20156.5. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-20156.6. Personal Disposable Income and Number of Households in the US, 2009-20156.7. Distribution of Income among Households, 2009-20157. Appendix7.1. Market Definition7.2. Abbreviations7.3. Research Methodology7.3.1. Data Collection Methods7.3.2. Approach7.3.3. Reasons for the Dependent and Independent Variables7.4. Disclaimer 5
    • LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: US Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along with ManufacturingUse and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 2: US Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Figure 3: US Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 4: US Butter Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 5: US Cheese Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 6: US Cheese Production by Type in Percentage, 2009Figure 7: US Skim Milk Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 8: US Milk Drinks and Fermented Products Market Production by Volume inThousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 9: US Cream Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 10: US Condensed Milk Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 11: US Whey Powder Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 12: US Butter Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 13: US Cheese Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 14: US Skimmed Milk Powder Market Consumption by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 15: US Butter Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 16: US Cheese Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Figure 17: US Skimmed Milk Powder Market Net Trade by Volume in Thousand Tonnes,2007-2015Figure 18: US Population Trend in Million, 2007-2015Figure 19: US Gross Domestic Product in USD Billion, 2007-2015Figure 20: US Inflation, Average Consumer Prices in Percentage, 2007-2015Figure 21: US Unemployment Rate as a Percentage of Labour Force, 2007-2015 6
    • LIST OF TABLESTable 1: US Cow Milk Production and Fluid Milk Consumption along with ManufacturingUse and Exports by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 2: US Milk Cow Numbers in Thousand Head and Milk Production per Cow inKilograms, 2007-2015Table 3: US Total Dairy Products Market Production by Volume in Thousand Tonnes, 2007-2015Table 4: Trend in Dairy Farm Numbers Based upon Farm SizeTable 5: Evolving Distribution of Milk Production by Herd SizeTable 6: Competitive Landscape of Major Diary Products Companies (Kraft Foods, DeanFoods, DFA, Land O’ Lakes and Schreiber) in the USTable 7: Demographic Distribution of Population in the US on the basis of Age, in Million,2009-2015Table 8: Personal Disposable Income in USD Million and Number of Households inThousands in the US, 2009-2015Table 9: Income Distribution among Households in thousands in the US, 2009-2015 7