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Dairy is a vital part of the global food system , providing economic, nutritional and social benefits to a large proportion of the world`s population. With up to one billion people living on dairy farms, dairying plays a major role within the economics of numerous communities, regions and countries across the globe. The Indian dairy sector is estimated to be worth Rs.3.6 lakh crore, according to the Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairy & Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture , Govt. of India. Indian Dairy sector has grown substantially over the years. As a result India ranks first among the world`s milk producing nations, achieving an annual output of 132.4 millions of milk during 2012-13.

The production is during 2013-14 was 139 million tons over previous year. Dairy products demand in India has increased dramatically in both rural and urban sectors. However, as a larger population is migrating from rural areas to cities. Thus creating greater demand for dairy products. Indian policy makers and planners always believed that Indian dairy industry has huge untapped potential as it has the largest animal herd in the world. India produces around 17 percent of world`s total milk production from more than 300 million cattle.

The 14 major milk producing States of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal accounted for over 90 percent of country`s milk production, having 87 percent of breedable cattle and buffalo population with 98 percent of the fodder resources. A new study reports that the demand for milk in India will rise by a compound annual growth rate of about 4% over the next few years. Organized retail selling of value-added dairy products and the food service management has helped the sector grow. Thus, the growth of food and coffee chains such as Café coffee Day, Pizza Hut, Dominos, KFC and McDonald`s are expected to help increase the consumption of value-added dairy products. In the short run, India`s dairy sector is well positioned to accommodate the rapid growth in dairy product consumption. An increasingly urbanized population with a greater income will drive demand

The Government of India gave an administrative approval to the plan (National Dairy Plan) on March 16th 2012. The National Dairy plan phase I (2011-12 to 2016-17 is a World Bank assisted Central Sector Scheme of Government of India with an outlay of Rs. 2242 crore implemented by the National Dairy Development Board through End implementing Agencies (EIA). It is a scientifically planned multi state initiative to increase the productivity of milch animals and thereby, increase milk production to meet rapidly growing demand of milk. The objects are to increase the productivity of milch animals and thereby increase milk production, provide rural milk producers with greater access to the organized milk processing sector by strengthening and expanding milk procurement system at the village level.

Ministry of Food Processing Industries also has its own programs targeting to increase the dairy processing and value added products in the country. In the fast changing world scenario and increasing competition, there is need to exploit the available resources to the maximum level and to use the best technologies, to cope up with the rising domestic demand for dairy products and to target export markets to become “ AFood Factory to the World.”

DairyTech India 2015 exhibition will, therefore, be an opportunity for stake holders of every segment of Animal Farming, Dairy Industry & Allied activities who want to expand and/or diversify their business activities.

Concurrently 4th Edition of "International Poultry & Livestock Expo 2015", an International exhibition on Poultry, Livestock and Technologies along with 2nd edition of MeatTech Asia 2015, 7th edition of India Foodex 2015 and AgriTech India 2015 will also be held for the benefit of all visitors.

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