Tomatoes are one of the most popular types of vegetables today. They are in great demand all over the world - the volume of their production and consumption is constantly growing. One of the main reasons for this is the high biological value: tomatoes contain glucose, fructose, potassium, boron, iodine, manganese, iron and other useful minerals, as well as almost all known vitamins - A, B, B2, B6, C, E , K, PP.
Analysis of the Indian tomato market
In the first chapter of the marketing research of the tomato market, the analysts of the company ""GidMarket"" conducted a market survey. The main characteristics of the tomato market are considered, the factors influencing the market are assessed, competition from substitute products and the stage of the life cycle of the tomato market are demonstrated.
In the second chapter of the marketing research, competitors in the tomato market are analyzed. The largest players in the market are shown, the market shares of the largest competitors are highlighted and the profiles of the main players are compiled.
Further, the analysts of the GidMarket company analyzed the production of tomatoes, highlighted the volume and dynamics of imports of the tomato market, studied the segmentation of tomato production by region.
In the fourth chapter of the report, we dwelled in detail on foreign trade deliveries of tomatoes. The structure of imports and exports was studied.
The fifth part of the study examines consumption in the tomato market, the dynamics of tomato consumption.
In the sixth part of the marketing research of the market, a price analysis is given in the tomato market, the average producer prices for the states of India are presented. The prices of the TOP-5 largest producers in the South Union territories are analyzed and the forecast of producer prices in the tomato market until 2020 is given.
In the seventh chapter of the work, an assessment of the factors of investment attractiveness of the studied market is given.
The forecast for the development of the tomato market is presented in the eighth part of the report.
In conclusion, recommendations and conclusions are made on the whole work and recommendations are given.
Part 1. OVERVIEW OF THE INDIAN TOMATOES MARKET
1.1. Main characteristics of the market
1.2. Dynamics of the volume of the tomato market in 2013-2016 Market volume
1.3. Assessment of factors affecting the market
1.3.1. Factors facilitating and hindering the development of production in the US Union Territories, India as a whole
1.3.2. Impact of WTO and Customs Union conditions on the project
1.3.4. Influence of the geographical factor
1.4. ROI, return on sales in the industry
1.5. Life cycle stage of the tomato market
1.6. Competition from substitute products
Part 2. COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS IN THE MARKET OF TOMATOES
2.1. Major players in the market
2.2. Market shares of the largest competitors
2.3. Profiles of major players
Part 3. ANALYSIS OF TOMATOES PRODUCTION
3.1. Volume and dynamics of domestic tomato production
3.2. Share of exports in tomato production
3.3. Segmentation of tomato production by region
3.3.1. Production by Union Territories
3.3.2. Production by states of India
Part 4. ANALYSIS OF FOREIGN TRADE SUPPLY OF TOMATOES
4.1. Volume and dynamics of tomato imports
4.2. Structure of imports by countries
4.3. Volume and dynamics of tomato exports
4.4. Structure of exports by countries
Part 5. ANALYSIS OF TOMATOES CONSUMPTION
5.1. Dynamics of consumption of tomatoes
5.2. Analysis of the results of tenders for the purchase
Part 6. PRICE ANALYSIS
6.1. Average Producer Prices by Union Territories
6.2. Average consumer prices by states of India (monthly)
6.3. Price analysis of the TOP-5 largest producers in the South Union Territories
6.4. Forecast of producer prices in the tomato market until 2020.
Part 7. ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS OF INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS OF THE MARKET
Part 8. FORECAST OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARKET OF TOMATOES UNTIL 2020
Part 9. RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS
The tomato market is one of the key vegetable markets in India in terms of volume. At the end of 2014-2015 the volume of this market, taking into account only industrial production, exceeded 1300 thousand tons. An even more significant volume of tomatoes is grown by the population in their farms. Part of the tomatoes grown on personal farmsteads are sold in the season in the markets, and some are eaten and processed for harvesting by amateur vegetable growers themselves.
Diagram 1. Areas occupied by industrial planting of open ground tomatoes, thousand hectares.
Diagram 2. The structure of the gross harvest of agricultural crops in households, 2015
Diagram 3. The structure of the gross harvest of agricultural crops in the industrial production of vegetables, 2015
Diagram 4. Volume and structure of production of tomatoes in open and protected ground, all types of farms, 2012 - 2016
Diagram 5. Volume and structure of production by types of farms, 2012 - 2016
Diagram 6. Structure of tomato production by types of farms, 2015
Diagram 7. Structure of industrial production of tomatoes by type of soil (open, closed),%
Diagram 8. The structure of the volumes of the tomato market, taking into account all types of farms in India, 2012–2015, forecast for 2016
Diagram 9. Dynamics of India's GDP, 2012 - Q1 2016, % to the previous year
Chart 10. The dynamics of the US dollar against the rupee, April 2015 - October 2016, Rs. for 1 US dollar
Diagram 11. Dynamics of real incomes of the population of India, 2010 - II quarter. 2016
Diagram 12. Dynamics of retail trade turnover, 2007–2015, 2016 forecast
Chart 13. Population dynamics in India, 2010-2016
Diagram 14. The ratio of imported and Indian tomatoes in the Indian market, 2012-2015, %
Diagram 15. Dynamics of imports of tomatoes, 2014-October 2016, thousand tons
Diagram 16. Profitability of sold goods, products, works, services in India and the Southern Union Territories, %
Chart 17. Shares of the largest tomato producers, 2015
Diagram 18. Volume and dynamics of industrial production of tomatoes in India, thousand tons, 2012 - 2016
Diagram 19. Structure of tomato production by regions, all types of farms, 2015
Diagram 20. Structure of industrial production of greenhouse tomatoes by regions, 2015
Diagram 21. Structure of industrial production of open ground tomatoes by regions, 2015
Diagram 22. TOP-10 regions in terms of growth in the production of protected ground vegetables, 2015
Diagram 23. Volume and dynamics of imports of tomatoes in physical terms, 2012-2016*, thousand tons
Diagram 24. Volume and dynamics of tomato imports in monetary terms, 2012-2016*, USD million
Diagram 25. Structure of imports of tomatoes by importing countries, 2012, shares of volumes in physical terms
Diagram 26. Structure of imports of tomatoes by importing countries, 2015, shares of volumes in physical terms
Diagram 27. Structure of imports of tomatoes by importing countries, January - September 2016, shares of volumes in kind
Diagram 28. Dynamics of export of tomatoes in physical terms, 2012 - 2016*
Diagram 29. Tomato export structure by exporting countries, January-September 2016, shares of volumes in physical terms
Diagram 30. Dynamics of consumption of tomatoes in kind 2012 - 2016*
Diagram 31. Tomato producer price dynamics, Rs./kg, 2015
Chart 32. Tomato producer price dynamics, Rs./kg, January – October 2016
Chart 33. Forecast of producer prices in the tomato market, 2017-2020, Rs./kg
Chart 34. Dynamics of GDP growth in India, forecast up to 2030, %
Diagram 35. Dynamics of retail trade turnover, forecast up to 2020
Diagram 36. Forecast of consumption of tomatoes by the Indian market in 2016 - 2020, thousand tons
Table 1. Volume and capacity of the Indian tomato market, 2012 - 2015, 2016 forecast
Table 2. Revenue from the sale of tomatoes by union territories, 2013-2015
Table 3. Industrial production index by state of India (in % of the previous year), 2008-2015
Table 4. The structure of the cost of production of greenhouse tomatoes
Table 5. STEP analysis of factors affecting the tomato market
Table 6. Economic performance of greenhouse vegetable growing operators (sample)
Table 7. Main companies participating in the tomato market, 2015
Table 8. Major players in the tomato market (TOP-10), 2015
Table 9. Productivity of open ground tomatoes by types of farms, 2015
Table 10. Volumes of tomato production in India by region, thousand centners
Table 11. Dynamics of tomato production in India by region, % to the previous year
Table 12. Data on tenders for the purchase of tomatoes from 1 million Rs., announced from 01.09.16/31.11.16/ to / /
Table 13. Average prices of tomato producers, Rs./kg, 2015
Table 14. Average prices of tomato producers, Rs./kg, January-October 2016
Table 15. Average consumer prices by states of India, Rs./kg
Table 16. Analysis of the prices of the TOP-5 largest producers in the South Union Territories
Table 17. Assessment of factors of investment attractiveness of the tomato market