GCC Dairy Market - Industry Analysis and Forecasts 2011-2021

Report Code: FB-R-17-50 | Page Numbers: 138

The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, originally known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), is a regional intergovernmental political and economic union consisting of all Arab states of the Persian Gulf, except for Iraq. Its member states are Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
In the recent times there has been extreme changes in food consumption patterns in the Gulf region - in both the quality and quantity of diet. Analysis of these patterns show that even the composition of diet has shifted towards a high-energy diet with more fat and sugar added in foods, more saturated fat and lower intake of carbohydrates, fiber, fruit, and vegetables. These dietary habits are leading to the development of ailments such as obesity and diabetes in these countries. Among the top five countries with the highest rate of both obesity and diabetes, there were three Gulf countries. This factor greatly affect the GCC Dairy Market.
Also, a study conducted by the WHO showed that three meals were consumed daily by a majority of the people living in the Middle East, with lunch being the main meal. 60% of the participants consumed milk or milk products on a daily basis.
The GCC Diary Market is segmented on basis of product typ...

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The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, originally known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), is a regional intergovernmental political and economic union consisting of all Arab states of the Persian Gulf, except for Iraq. Its member states are Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
In the recent times there has been extreme changes in food consumption patterns in the Gulf region - in both the quality and quantity of diet. Analysis of these patterns show that even the composition of diet has shifted towards a high-energy diet with more fat and sugar added in foods, more saturated fat and lower intake of carbohydrates, fiber, fruit, and vegetables. These dietary habits are leading to the development of ailments such as obesity and diabetes in these countries. Among the top five countries with the highest rate of both obesity and diabetes, there were three Gulf countries. This factor greatly affect the GCC Dairy Market.
Also, a study conducted by the WHO showed that three meals were consumed daily by a majority of the people living in the Middle East, with lunch being the main meal. 60% of the participants consumed milk or milk products on a daily basis.
The GCC Diary Market is segmented on basis of product type as follows:
. Fresh Milk
. Butter
. Yogurt
. Cream
. UHT Milk
. Cheese
This report explains in detail the usage of Dairy products and supports it with various historical stats like Production, Consumption, Imports and Exports. Forecasts for future trends are also given in the report. Also some of the key players in GCC Dairy market which are outlined in the report are ?Al Safi Danone Ltd, Almarai Co Ltd (Saudi Arabia), Bros Co, National Agricultural Development Co (NADEC), Dandy Company Limited, The Arab Company For Livestock Development (Acolid), The Arab Qatari Company (Alban Ghadeer), KDD, A'safwah Dairy, Modern Dairy Factory, Al Ain Dairy, Al Rawab Dairy, Agthia Group, Yoplait, Al Ain Fresh, Marmum Dairy Farm, Trafco and Bahrain Danish Dairy Company (BDDC).
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. AREAS COVERED
3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
4. FRESH MILK
4.1 SAUDI ARABIA
4.1.1 INTRODUCTION
4.1.2 CATTLE
4.1.3 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
4.1.4 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
4.1.5 PRICES
4.1.6 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
4.2 QATAR
4.2.1 KEY FINDINGS
4.2.2 CATTLE
4.2.3 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
4.2.4 PRICES
4.2.5 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
4.2.6 IMPORTS
4.2.7 EXPORTS
4.3 BAHRAIN
4.3.1KEY FINDINGS
4.3.2 CATTLE (2000-2020)
4.3.3 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
4.3.4 PRICES
4.3.5 CONSUMPTION
4.3.6 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
4.4 KUWAIT
4.4.1 KEY FINDINGS
4.4.2 CATTLE
4.4.4 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
4.4.5 PRICES
4.4.6 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
4.5 UAE
4.5.1 KEY FINDINGS
4.5.2 CATTLE
4.5.3 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
4.5.4 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
4.5.5 PRICES
4.5.6 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
4.6 OMAN
4.6.1 KEY FINDINGS
4.6.2 CATTLE
4.6.3 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
4.6.4 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
4.6.5 PRICES
4.6.6 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
5. BUTTER
5.1 SAUDI ARABIA
5.1.1 KEY FINDINGS
5.1.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
5.1.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
5.1.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
5.2 QATAR
5.2.1 KEY FINDINGS
5.2.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
5.2.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
5.2.4 IMPORTS
5.2.5 EXPORTS
5.3 BAHRAIN
5.3.1 KEY FINDINGS
5.3.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
5.3.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
5.3.4 IMPORTS
5.3.5 EXPORTS
5.4 KUWAIT
5.4.1 INTRODUCTION
5.4.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
5.4.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
5.4.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
5.5 UAE
5.5.1 KEY FINDINGS
5.5.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
5.5.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
5.5.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
5.6 OMAN
5.6.1 KEY FINDINGS
5.6.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
5.6.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
5.6.4 IMPORTS
5.6.5 EXPORTS
6. YOGURT
6.1 SAUDI ARABIA
6.1.1 KEY FINDINGS
6.1.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
6.1.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
6.1.4 IMPORTS
6.1.5 EXPORTS
6.2 QATAR
6.2.1 KEY FINDINGS
6.2.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
6.2.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
6.2.4 IMPORTS
6.2.5 EXPORTS
6.3 BAHRAIN
6.3.1 KEY FINDINGS
6.3.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
6.3.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
6.3.4 IMPORTS
6.3.5 EXPORTS
6.4 KUWAIT
6.4.1 KEY FINDINGS
6.4.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
6.4.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
6.4.4 IMPORTS
6.4.5 EXPORTS
6.5 UAE
6.5.1 KEY FINDINGS
6.5.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
6.5.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
6.5.4 IMPORTS
6.5.5 EXPORTS
6.6 OMAN
6.6.1 KEY FINDINGS
6.6.2 PRODUCTION (2000-2020)
6.6.3 CONSUMPTION (2000-2020)
6.6.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
7. CREAM
7.1 SAUDI ARABIA
7.1.1 KEY FINDINGS
7.1.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
7.1.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
7.2 QATAR
7.2.1 KEY FINDINGS
7.2.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
7.2.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
7.3 BAHRAIN
7.3.1 KEY FINDINGS
7.3.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
7.3.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
7.4 KUWAIT
7.4.1 KEY FINDINGS
7.4.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
7.4.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
7.5 UAE
7.5.1 KEY FINDINGS
7.5.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
7.5.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
7.6 OMAN
7.6.1 KEY FINDINGS
7.6.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
7.6.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
8. UHT MILK
8.1 SAUDI ARABIA
8.1.1 INTRODUCTION
8.1.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
8.1.3 UHT VS FRESH MILK
8.2 QATAR
8.2.1 KEY FINDINGS
8.2.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
8.2.3 UHT VS FRESH MILK
8.3 BAHRAIN
8.3.1 KEY FINDINGS
8.3.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
8.3.3 UHT VS FRESH MILK
8.4 KUWAIT
8.4.1 KEY FINDINGS
8.4.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
8.4.3 UHT VS FRESH MILK
8.5 UAE
8.5.1 KEY FINDINGS
8.5.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
8.5.3 UHT VS FRESH MILK
8.6 OMAN
8.6.1 KEY FINDINGS
8.6.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
8.6.3 UHT VS FRESH MILK
9. CHEESE
9.1 SAUDI ARABIA
9.1.1 KEY FINDINGS
9.1.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
9.1.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
9.1.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
9.2 QATAR
9.2.1 KEY FINDINGS
9.2.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
9.2.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
9.2.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
9.3 BAHRAIN
9.3.1 KEY FINDINGS
9.3.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
9.3.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
9.3.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
9.4 KUWAIT
9.4.1 KEY FINDINGS
9.4.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
9.4.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
9.4.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
9.5 UAE
9.5.1 KEY FINDINGS
9.5.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
9.5.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
9.5.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
9.6 OMAN
9.6.1 KEY FINDINGS
9.6.2 PRODUCTION (2004-2020)
9.6.3 CONSUMPTION (2004-2020)
9.6.4 IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
11. KEY COMPANIES
11.1 SAUDI ARABIA
11.2 QATAR
11.3 KUWAIT
11.4 OMAN
11.5 UAE
11.6 BAHRAIN
12. TECHNOLOGIES IN PLACE
12.1 SAUDI ARABIA
12.2 QATAR
12.3 KUWAIT
12.4 OMAN.
12.5 UAE
13. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN DAIRY INDUSTRY
14. CONCLUSION
15. DISCLAIMER
The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, originally known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), is a regional intergovernmental political and economic union consisting of all Arab states of the Persian Gulf, except for Iraq. Its member states are Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
In the recent times there has been extreme changes in food consumption patterns in the Gulf region - in both the quality and quantity of diet. Analysis of these patterns show that even the composition of diet has shifted towards a high-energy diet with more fat and sugar added in foods, more saturated fat and lower intake of carbohydrates, fiber, fruit, and vegetables. These dietary habits are leading to the development of ailments such as obesity and diabetes in these countries. Among the top five countries with the highest rate of both obesity and diabetes, there were three Gulf countries. This factor greatly affect the GCC Dairy Market.
Also, a study conducted by the WHO showed that three meals were consumed daily by a majority of the people living in the Middle East, with lunch being the main meal. 60% of the participants consumed milk or milk products on a daily basis.
The GCC Diary Market is segmented on basis of product type as follows:
. Fresh Milk
. Butter
. Yogurt
. Cream
. UHT Milk
. Cheese
This report explains in detail the usage of Dairy products and supports it with various historical stats like Production, Consumption, Imports and Exports. Forecasts for future trends are also given in the report. Also some of the key players in GCC Dairy market which are outlined in the report are ?Al Safi Danone Ltd, Almarai Co Ltd (Saudi Arabia), Bros Co, National Agricultural Development Co (NADEC), Dandy Company Limited, The Arab Company For Livestock Development (Acolid), The Arab Qatari Company (Alban Ghadeer), KDD, A'safwah Dairy, Modern Dairy Factory, Al Ain Dairy, Al Rawab Dairy, Agthia Group, Yoplait, Al Ain Fresh, Marmum Dairy Farm, Trafco and Bahrain Danish Dairy Company (BDDC).

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