country research report on India honey market is a customer intelligence and
competitive study of the Indian market. Moreover, the report provides deep
insights into demand forecasts, market trends, and, micro and macro indicators
in the Indian market. Also, factors that are driving and restraining the honey
market are highlighted in the study. This is an in-depth business intelligence
report based on qualitative and quantitative parameters of the market.
Additionally, this report provides readers with market insights and detailed
analysis of market segments to possible micro levels. Moreover, the report also
provides details on the honey business models in the report. The report also provides
the profiles of the top five players operating in the Indian market delivers
insights into the recent developments by leading players that have contributed
to the growth of the market, and also estimates the impact of recent
developments in the market.
India Honey market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.00% between 2020 and 2026
in terms of value. Honey production in India has seen a 200 percent increase in
the last 12 years with sustained efforts and dedicated programs like Honey
Mission in the last few years. In India, beekeeping is being accomplished
traditionally since time immemorial. It also supplements income from
agriculture, generates employment, and also helps in improving the nutritional
intake of the rural population. It provides employment to about 0.3 million
rural people. Honeybees are vital in sustaining plant biodiversity and also
improve yields of crops by cross-pollination. The number of beekeepers,
beekeeping companies, and honey societies has also augmented, and as of January
2019, India had 9,091 registered people in the apiary business. India exports
50 percent of the commodity and, in the last 12 years, exports have increased
by 207 percent with international demand for honey growing. The National
Commission on Agriculture had pictured the requirement for deploying about 150
million Bee colonies for pollinating 12 major agricultural crops in the
country. Presently, 200 million Bee colonies are required for enhancing their
yield which will provide employment to 21.5 million persons and produce 10
million tons of honey, and an increase in crop production.
is used as a preservative, coloring agent, and flavoring agent apart from being
used as a sweetener in food and beverages. The rise in the trend of natural and
organic products in the food & beverage and personal care industry in India
is majorly driving the market. The demand for natural and organic products is
on the rise in India owing to the growing awareness among the consumers
regarding the side effects of synthetic chemicals on human health. The growing
trend of natural products in the personal care segment is mainly attributed to
the rise in the concern among consumers regarding harmful chemicals in the
products. Furthermore, increasing the adoption of honey in pharmaceuticals
owing to its health benefits is further boosting the growth of the India honey
market. Honey also has antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Modern medical
science has managed to find uses for honey in chronic wound management and
combating infection. Honey is used to treat a wide range of illnesses,
ailments, and injuries. Furthermore, honey is historically used in several food
and beverages due to its distinct sweet taste and its medicinal benefits.
However, the negative effect of overconsumption of honey on human health is
anticipated to hamper the market. Honey is an added sugar which contributes
excess calories to an individual's diet but not much in the way of nutrients
and minerals. Moreover, the government initiative to promote beekeeping and
consumption of honey is expected to offer growth opportunities for the market during
the forecast period.
the cities, Mumbai consumes the largest volume of honey than other cities as it
is the largest city in India and is one of the most urbanized and populated
cities in India. The rising urbanization leading to changing lifestyles and the
affluence of the working population with an increase in disposable income has
played an important role in increasing the consumption of honey in the city.
Delhi is the second-largest market for honey as it is one of the
fastest-growing cities in the country. Further, due to the presence of an
educated and conscious population base, the consumption of honey in Delhi is
soaring. Kolkata also holds a
significant market share of the India honey market. Kolkata has the highest per
capita purchasing power among all metros due to smaller populations and low
poverty compared with other metros.
The report on India honey market
provides a detailed analysis of segments in the market based on flavor, end
use, distribution channel, and city.
Based on Flavor
Based on End Use
Food and Beverage
Personal Care and Cosmetics
Based on Distribution Channel
Based on City
Rest of India
of the Report
The report provides detailed
1) Demand and supply
conditions of the honey market
2) Factor affecting the honey
market in the short run and the long run
3) The dynamics including
drivers, restraints, opportunities, political, socioeconomic factors, and
4) Key trends and future
5) Leading companies
operating in the honey market and their competitive position in India
6) The dealers/distributors
profiles provide basic information of top 10 dealers & distributors
operating in (India) honey market
7) IGR Matrix: to position
the product types
8) Market estimates up to
The report answers questions
1) What is the market size of
the honey market in India?
2) What are the factors that
affect the growth in the honey market over the forecast period?
3) What is the competitive
position in India honey market?
4) What are the opportunities
in India honey market?
What are the modes of entering India honey market?