Global Camel Dairy Market: Overview
It is one of the most nutritious dairy beverages, containing natural probiotics. Camel milk aids in the improvement of systemic immunity and gastrointestinal health. When compared to cow dairy, the drink has a low fat content of about 2 to 3%, which is expected to attract more health-conscious consumers who are watching their calorie intake. It also benefits infants and children because it is the closest substitute for breastmilk. It is used to feed malnourished children in several Middle Eastern and African countries.
Camel milk is traditionally consumed raw or fermented. Manufacturers are diversifying their offerings to cater to this growing population of urban consumers. Ice cream, flavoured beverages, chocolate, and sweets are becoming increasingly popular in markets such as Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kazakhstan, Morocco, Algeria, India, Egypt, Mauritania, and Australia. As a result of rising demand in emerging and untapped markets, the market offers numerous opportunities for product innovation.
The adoption of camel milk products with unique flavours, as well as the increasing availability of quality powdered milk via online channels around the world, are all driving the development of the camel milk product market. Furthermore, autistic patients are drinking more camel milk, and lactose-intolerant people are increasing their consumption. Camel milk is higher in iron and vitamin C than cow milk. Camel milk is also lower in cholesterol, fat, and protein. Camel milk products are becoming increasingly popular around the world due to their nutrient-rich properties.
Global Camel Dairy Market: Major Players
Camel Milk South Africa
Xinjiang Wangyuan Camel Milk Co., Ltd.
Camel Milk Victoria
Camel milk association
VITAL camel milk
Global Camel Dairy Market: Types
Camel milk powder
Camel milk ice cream
Global Camel Dairy Market: Applications
Growing research activities for various applications of camel milk will create new opportunities, resulting in camel dairy market growth over the forecast period. Increasing e-commerce platform penetration, particularly in developing economies, as well as stringent laws ensuring high-quality organic milk production, will all contribute to market value growth.
Camel milk, on the other hand, is more expensive than cow milk because camel milk production is lower and breeding costs are higher. This is expected to slow the expansion of the camel dairy market. This camel dairy market report contains information on new recent developments, trade regulations, import-export analysis, production analysis, value chain optimization, market share, impact of domestic and localised market players, opportunities in terms of emerging revenue pockets, changes in market regulations, strategic market growth analysis, market size, category market growths, application niches and dominance, product approvals, product launches, and geographic distribution.
Factory closures caused by COVID-19 reduced the packaging of camel dairy products in the industries. This had an impact not only on the scale of production but also on the growth of these industries. Online platforms, shops, and retail stores were all closed due to the global lockdown. This also had an effect on the trade of these products, hampered sales of camel dairy products in various countries worldwide. Camel dairy product sales are expected to rise as a result of increased demand for camel dairy products following the worldwide release of the COVID-19 lockdown situation.