Global Organic Dairy Market was valued at US$ 26.53 Billion in 2023. It is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 8.44% from 2024 to 2032 and be valued at US$ 55.02 Billion by 2032.

Growth and reproductive hormone use is rejected in organic dairy farming. Organic cows, on the other hand, are nurtured naturally and allowed to mature at their own rate. Healthy cows procreate on their own and do not need assistance from people. Dairy farmers that practice organic farming choose breeds of cows that are self-replicating and do not need hormones to mate. Genetically engineered vaccinations and antibiotics are not administered to organic dairy cows. Antibiotics are potentially life-saving medications, but they should not be given frequently to treat illnesses that may be avoided. The goal of organic farming is to maintain the healthiest possible genetics, pasture management practices, and environmental conditions for cattle.

Global Organic Dairy Market Trends

  • Growing consumer awareness of the health benefits of organic goods is fueling the expansion of the organic dairy market.
  • According to an Accenture survey, people still view health and fitness as "important," despite the general lack of certainty and financial hardships.
  • Across all markets, at least 70% of McKinsey survey participants desire to be healthy. Food is necessary to accomplish that, and according to around 50% of customers across all age categories, eating healthily is a major priority for them.
  • The growing popularity of low-fat and low-sugar products is also driving the growth of the worldwide organic dairy sector.
  • 61% of those surveyed by Statisa said they were attempting to cut back on sugar in 2023.
  • According to the DSM Global Insight Series poll, nearly half (49%) of respondents indicated they made lower no-sugar food choices in order to reduce or maintain their weight. Around the world, 42% of respondents claimed that their concerns about diabetes led them to make these decisions, and 39% felt that their health was in danger.
  • The government is launching a number of initiatives to increase the worldwide organic dairy market.
  • In October 2023- The United States government passed the "Organic Dairy Assistance, Investment, and Reporting Yields Act of 2023," also known as the "O DAIRY Act of 2023."

Asia-Pacific Organic Dairy Market

  • Growing disposable income and population expansion are the main factors driving the growth of the organic dairy industry in the Asia-Pacific region.
  • The International Monetary Fund projects that the Asia-Pacific area will grow by 4.6 percent in 2023 and by 4.2 percent in 2024, putting it on track to generate almost two thirds of global growth.
  • As consumers grow more health-conscious, the Asia-Pacific organic dairy market has expanded to include countries like China and India.
  • Chinese consumers are the healthiest in the world, according to a recent Boston Consulting Group (BCG) analysis, and 73% of respondents said they would be ready to pay more for goods that they considered to be healthier.
  • In an EY India survey, 40% of Indian respondents said they would be willing to pay more for products that promote health and wellness, compared to 29% of respondents worldwide.

Global Organic Dairy Industry News

The global organic dairy market constitutes companies like Arla Foods, The Kroger Company, General Mills, Inc., China Shengmu Organic Milk Ltd., Saputo, Inc, Unilever plc, Nestle, and SunOpta Inc.

  • In January 2024 - A formal deal has been struck by private equity firm Platinum Equity to purchase Horizon Organic and Wallaby from Danone.
  • In December 2023 - In an exceptionally challenging year for small family farms and rural communities, the nation’s largest organic farmer cooperative, Organic Valley, is actively seeking out new farmers in addition to increasing milk production. In 2023, the cooperative successfully responded to the trend of farm loss and agricultural consolidation by bringing in 84 family farms.
  • In July 2023 - Emmi intends to sell organic dairy company Gl?serne Molkerei in northeastern Germany to Mutares, a private equity group.
  • In April 2023 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded $20 million in funding to Maple Hill Creamery in order to expand markets for organic dairy farming that is sustainable, regenerative, and grass-fed.
  • In March 2022 - Organic Valley just unveiled their newest products, delicious French Vanilla and Sweet Cream varieties of their premium organic Creamers. With 40% less sugar than the top-selling flavored creamer brand, these creamers appeal to at-home baristas looking for a healthier option. Their lactose-free formulation and lack of artificial chemicals distinguish them, which makes them a great addition for individuals who value health and quality in their coffee rituals.

Product – Market breakup in 6 viewpoints:

1. Fluid Milk
2. Yogurt
3. Cheese
4. Butter
5. Cream
6. Others

Packaging Type – Market breakup in 5 viewpoints:

1. Bottles
2. Pouches
3. Cartons and Boxes
4. Bags and Wraps
5. Others

Distribution Channel – Market breakup in 4 viewpoints:

1. Hypermarkets/Supermarkets
2. Convenience Stores
3. Online
4. Others

Country– Market breakup in 25 viewpoints:

1. North America

1.1 United States
1.2 Canada

2. Europe

2.1 France
2.2 Germany
2.3 Italy
2.4 Spain
2.5 United Kingdom
2.6 Belgium
2.7 Netherland
2.8 Turkey

3. Asia Pacific

3.1 China
3.2 Japan
3.3 India
3.4 South Korea
3.5 Thailand
3.6 Malaysia
3.7 Indonesia
3.8 Australia
3.9 New Zealand

4. Latin America

4.1 Brazil
4.2 Mexico
4.3 Argentina

5. Middle East & Africa

5.1 Saudi Arabia
5.2 UAE
5.3 South Africa

All the Key players have been covered from 3 Viewpoints:

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Revenue Analysis

Company Analysis:

1. Arla Foods
2. The Kroger Company
3. General Mills, Inc.
4. China Shengmu Organic Milk Ltd.
5. Saputo, Inc
6. Unilever plc
7. Nestle
8. SunOpta Inc.