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Global Camel Milk Market Expected to Reach $2.02 Billion by 2032

World 13.11.2023
Source: The DairyNews
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Fact.MR, a reputable market research authority, predicts that the global camel milk market will reach a value of $2.02 billion by 2032, with sales of camel milk products expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.1%. The report provides a comprehensive overview of growth predictions, key trends, and promising market segments for potential investors.
Global Camel Milk Market Expected to Reach $2.02 Billion by 2032

Camel milk is gaining popularity due to its rich nutrient profile and health-promoting properties, leading to increased usage in food supplements and pharmaceuticals. The natural probiotic properties of camel milk make it beneficial for digestive health, further driving its adoption in the food and beverage industry. The market is witnessing a surge in camel milk use in functional food products that offer health benefits.

Key market players include Lokhit Pashu Palak Sansthan (LPPS), Aadvik Foods and Products Pvt. Ltd., Emirates Industry for Camel Milk & Products (EICMP), QCamel, The Camel Milk Co. Australia Pty Ltd., Desert Farms Inc., VITAL CAMEL MILK LTD, UK Camel Milk Ltd, Camilk Dairy, VeryRareOnline, Dandaragan Camel Dairies Pty Ltd, The Good Earth Dairy, DromeDairy Naturals, and Al Ain Farms, among others.

Market Segmentations:

    Product Form: Fresh, Frozen, Freeze-dried
    Nature: Organic, Conventional
    End User: Households, Food Industry, Confectionery, Frozen Desserts, Beverage Industry (Smoothies, Milkshakes, Infant Formula), Dietary Supplements, Cosmetics & Personal Care
    Packaging: PET Bottles, Carton Packs, Pouches
    Region: North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia & Oceania, MEA

Opportunities for Market Participants:

    Camel milk, known for its functional ingredient profile, is approximately 7-8 times more expensive than cow milk, presenting an opportunity to target high-end consumers.
    The beauty-centric market has embraced camel milk products in personal care items like body lotions and shampoos, opening avenues for further growth.
    Increased awareness and education about the health benefits of camel milk may contribute to market expansion.
    Online sales of camel milk products are gaining popularity, driven by affordability and a diverse product selection.

Recent Developments:

    Sarhad Dairy in India commenced operations of its first camel milk processing plant, marketing the product under the Amul brand.
    Camelicious (Emirates Industry for Camel Milk & Products) developed a camel milk baby formula targeted at infants allergic to cow milk.

The report emphasizes the need for further research into the relationship between camel milk sensitization and cardiovascular mortality. While the study highlights an association, establishing a causal relationship requires additional investigation. The findings suggest the potential long-term consequences of food sensitization on heart health, especially among those without clinical symptoms of food allergies.

The global camel milk market is poised for significant growth, driven by increasing consumer acceptance and the nutritional and therapeutic qualities of camel milk. The report provides valuable insights for investors and industry participants looking to capitalize on the market's growth potential.

Dr. Sylvain Charlebois
Dr. Sylvain Charlebois
senior director of the agri-food analytics lab and a professor in food distribution and policy at Dalhousie University.
European politics are notoriously intricate, and the recent EU elections have highlighted a growing fatigue in the West towards socialist and urban-centric policies that impact agriculture and the agri-food sectors.
John Williams
John Williams
The Australian Dairy Products Federation (ADPF) Chair
This is probably one of the most significant numbers I have seen in the global dairy industry stats for a long time.