GLOBAL DAIRY PACKAGING MARKET
How big is the global packaging industry?
The Global Packaging Market was valued at USD XXXX in 2021. It is expected to reach USD XXXX billion by 2027, registering a CAGR
How big is the global dairy market?
The global dairy products market size was estimated at USD XXXX billion in 2019 and is expected to reach USD XXXX billion in 2020.
Is the packaging industry growing?
The global packaging market has increased by XX from 2013 to 2018. Most of this growth has come from less developed markets, as more consumers move to urban locations and subsequently adopting westernised lifestyles.
What is the future of packaging industry?
The packaging industry in India is predicted to grow at XX annually, with flexible packaging growing at XX and rigid packaging at XX. Packaging Gateway dives into this billion-dollar market to investigate the future of packaging industry in India
Packaging is described as the enclosing of things, objects or packages in a wrapped pouch or bag or box or cup or tray to accomplish the following functions: confinement, protection or preservation, communication, utility or performance. It is a package if it performs one or more of these functions. Packages are multifunctional if they fulfil more than one purpose, according to this definition.
In tandem with developments in material technology and customer needs, packaging for dairy products continues to evolve. The purpose of this essay was to provide an overview of current dairy packaging options. As an example of a newly developed method for dairy products, consider modified atmosphere packaging (MAP), which is extensively used today, especially for dairy products such as cheese.
Due to the reduction of packaging material needed, the use of edible cheese packaging might result in considerable cost savings for cheese manufacturers. Forms of active packaging relevant to dairy foods include oxygen scavenging, carbon dioxide absorbers, moisture and/or flavour/odour taints absorbers; releasing compounds (carbon dioxide, ethanol, antioxidants and/or other preservatives); maintaining temperature control and/or compensating temperature changes and antimicrobial packaging.
GLOBAL DAIRY PACKAGING MARKET DEVELOPMENTS AND INNOVATIONS
|S No||Overview of Development||Development Detailing||Region of Development||Possible Future Outcomes|
|1||Mondelez and Arla roll out new packaging across key brands||Mondelez has started rolling out fully recyclable packaging across its Dairylea and Philadelphia lines in the UK and Ireland. – Removed about 487 Tonnes of Polystyrene||Global||This would enhance better Technologies and production|
|2||Chobani Makes Vegan Oat Yogurt More Sustainable With Paper, Not Plastic, Cup||Food and beverage brand Chobani—known best for its Greek-style yogurt—is repackaging its vegan oat milk-based yogurts in paper cups to make the product even more sustainable. The new cups, made from 80 percent paperboard, replace most of the plastic on its oat yogurt packaging, with the exception of a thin plastic lining that preserves the integrity of the yogurt.||Global||This would enhance better Technologies and production|
GLOBAL DAIRY PACKAGING MARKET DYNAMICS
|1||October 2021||Tetra Pak||Tetra Pak and Poka have been partnered in order to strive for zero waste.|
|2||August 2021||Huhtamaki||Huhtamaki has partnered with River Recycle and VTT in order to develop a technology to tackle floating river waste.|
|3||July 2021||Huhtamaki||Huhtamaki has partnered with LyondellBasell in order to launch next generation tube laminates with ISCC renewable content.|
|4||April 2021||Amcor||Amcor has partnered with Nestle in order to bring sustainable packaging to Shelves in Australia.|
Packaging is an all-embracing term and covers the operation of cleaning, giving protective coating, weighing and filling, closing, labelling, surface designing, printing, cartooning and bracing, containerizing, marketing and may also include material handling.
As a result, exporting countries are required to comply with a variety of packaging standards and regulations. As a result, export packaging should adhere to global standards in order to meet international requirements. The Indian government has enacted several laws and regulations. Compulsory and voluntary standards are used to classify all of these laws and regulations.
The Global Dairy Packaging Market is growing at the quickest rate in Asia Pacific and is expected to continue growing. An increase in disposable incomes and population, which drives up the demand for staple foods in the area. To improve child nutrition and farmers’ livelihoods in the region, increased consumption of dairy products is essential.
As a result of these developments, the regional market is expected to increase significantly. In addition, a rising quality of life and an ageing population contribute to the appeal of these markets. A larger disposable income in emerging nations such as India, China and Indonesia also increases the purchasing power of the population.
The local EU based consumption of milk products is increasing slightly due to increased consumption of cheese and yoghurts. Milk consumption is slightly decreasing in most countries. In the EU-12 the dairy industry is growing in importance in the total food industry. The EU dairy industry is very dominant in the world market.
Innovators come from both small and major firms, including those in the packaging and ingredients industries. A small number of major companies dominate the dairy sector in north-western Europe.
Most of the dairy business in the Netherlands is centred in the country. Only a few major companies exist in France and Germany, but there are many more mid-sized and small companies. With the largest number of new entrants, Italy also has a high number of medium and small businesses.
GLOBAL DAIRY PACKAGING MARKET SEGMENTATION
The Global Market of Dairy Packaging can be segmented into following categories for further analysis.
By Packaging Product
- Plastic Production Based
- Paper Production Based
- Corrugated Board Based
- Reinforced material based
- Composite material Based
- Other Materials
By Client Production Categorization Type
- Large Scale Packaging Provisioners
- Small Scale Packaging Provisioners
- Omni Business Packaging Provisioners
- Medium Scale Packaging Provisioners
By Packaging Integration Type
- Primary Packaging
- Secondary Packaging
- Tertiary Packaging
By Regional Classification
- Asia Pacific Region – APAC
- Middle East and Gulf Region
- Africa Region
- North America Region
- Europe Region
- Latin America and Caribbean Region
RECENT MARKET TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS IN GLOBAL DAIRY PACKAGING MARKET
|1||December 2021||Coveris||Coveris has launched the fully recyclable pouches for UK retailer Tesco’s grated cheese.|
|2||September 2021||SealPac||Sealpac has launched the latest sustainable packaging system for sliced products such as cheese.|
|3||September 2021||Mondelez||Mondelez is set to introduce Cadbury Dairy Milk in recycled plastic packaging in the UK and Ireland.|
|4||May 2021||Koor||Koor has designed the packaging for Tere’s new range of plant-based dairy products.|
|5||April 2021||Greiner Packaging||Greiner Packaging has been working with a Dairy company in order to develop a packaging solution for Yogurt – a cup that reduces the use of plastic.|
|6||January 2021||Faerch||Faerch has launched the new recycled mono-PET Eco HotPro product range for the dairy market in order to withstand high temperatures.|
|7||January 2021||Amcor||Amcor has released the single-serve plastic bottles and flexible packaging for the dairy industry.|
The introduction of new technologies and innovations will be the key factors in market growth. Brands are striving to provide product differentiation at the point of purchase. Innovative new designs, package shapes and decorative techniques can therefore be created as added value features. As a result, materials and technologies will drive demand for luxury packaging and enable companies offering these services to succeed.
There have been varied levels of technological advancements being taken up in the market with reference to better sustainability and circular aspects of usage in the requirements adoption.
Technological advancements are making inroads into the dairy packaging market. This includes Edible Packaging, Smart Packaging, Antimicrobial Packaging, Water Soluble Packaging, Self-Cooling and Self Heating Packaging alongside the Flavour and Odour and Micro Packaging.
Therefore, eco-friendly plastic packaging is an acceptable option for producers who do not want to risk the shelf-life of the product without refrigeration. The eco-friendly packaging is of three types: recycled plastic, bio-plastic, and biodegradable plastic.
In addition to reducing dependence on fossil fuels, edible packaging has the ability to cut carbon footprint substantially, which is exactly what customers are searching for today. The use of diverse raw materials, such as the skin of fruits and vegetables, and algae, offers a possibility for expansion in the industry. In addition, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the European Commission are implementing tough rules to decrease carbon emissions, which has prompted dairy producers to switch to environmentally-friendly packaging materials.
Dairy products have a shelf life that is determined by both inherent and external variables. pH, nutritional content, antimicrobial agent presence, and milk oxidation potential are all inherent factors. Pasteurization, condensation, and drying are standard procedures for preparing dairy products for storage and packaging.
The extrinsic aspects of dairy packaging include storage conditions and air content. Dairy items such as milk, milk powder, cheese, cheese spreads, butter, ice cream, sweets, and yoghurts are protected by plastic, laminated paperboard, glass, and metal.
Convenience will continue to be a key factor in purchasing decisions. Dairy products are also a good source of vitamins and minerals. Consumer demand for dairy products is increasing as people become more aware of the importance of nutritional supplements.
National dairy farming cooperatives in developing nations such as China, India, Vietnam, and Brazil are pursuing a forward integration strategy in search of opportunities.
The Environmental Protection Agency in the United States and the European Commission are enforcing severe laws aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
As a result, dairy product makers are increasingly using environmentally friendly packaging materials. As a result, eco-friendly plastic packaging is a good option for businesses who don’t want to risk their product’s shelf life without refrigeration.
|1||Q3-2021||Huhtamaki||The net sales of Huhtamaki at the end of the third quarter was €896 million and in 2020 the net sales was €847.3 million.|
|2||Q4-2021||Berry||At the end of the fourth quarter the revenue of Berry was $3.7 billion with an increase of 22% from the previous year.|
|3||Q3-2021||Winpak||The revenue of Winpak at the end of third quarter was $254.1 million and in the previous year the revenue was $210.6 million.|
|4||Q3-2021||SEE||At the end of the third quarter the net sales of SEE was $1.4 billion and in 2020 the net sales was $1.23 billion.|
|5||Q3-2021||Ball Corporation||The net sales reported at the end of third quarter was $3.55 billion and in the previous year the net sales was $3.09 billion.|
|6||October 2021||Ball Corporation||Ball Aerospace has opened a new Payload Development Facility(PDF) in Broomfield, Colo.|
|7||September 2021||Huhtamaki||Huhtamaki has completed the acquisition of Elif which is a major supplier of sustainable flexible packaging to global brand owners.|
|8||June 2021||Huhtamaki||Huhtamaki has acquired the assets of Jiangsu Hihio-Art Packaging Co Ltd in China.|
In the recent year, there has been an extensive competition being noticed in the research and development of the required packaging improvisation to comply with the environmental standards and basic SOP of Packaging the commodity as required by categorizations.
Tetra Pak has been part of the major initiatives towards sustainable and better recycling based environmental compliance in the near requirements of the market operations. In the food and beverage sector of Tetra Pak, the use of certified recycled polymers for packaging Food and beverage makers may now choose from a variety of carton packaging options that use recycled polymers. To achieve circularity, Tetra Pak aims to minimise its reliance on fossil-based resources, ethically source raw materials and design packaging for increased recycling and reduced litter, as well as establish partnerships to construct effective collection and recycling infrastructure worldwide.
Amcor has also been placing itself towards better recyclable packaging solutions for better mobility and proper adherence to safety and sustainability requirements. With their more sustainable solutions and inventive design, single-serve plastic bottles and flexible packaging materials are poised to revolutionise the dairy business by increasing shelf life for consumers. It has been increasingly popular to package dairy products, dairy substitutes, and meal replacements in single-serve packaging during the past five years, and PET containers continue to benefit greatly from this trend.