Milk is one of the world's most popular beverages. Statistics show that roughly 54% of Americans consume the dairy product on a regular basis. The following two reports take a closer look at the organic milk market and where it's headed.
Organic milk refers to milk or milk products that's produced using organic techniques. There are different definitions regarding the term "organic." Normally, though, organic means the livestock used in the milk's production weren't treated with growth hormones, antibiotics or other potentially harmful compounds.
To put it simply, organic milk is all natural, making it a popular choice among consumers of the dairy product.
Of course, one of the reasons why so many people prefer organic milk is because of its nutritional value.
It typically contains higher concentrations of calcium and protein than non-organic milk.
The Global Organic Milk Products Sales Market report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global organic milk products market. Featuring 111 pages, it provides an in-depth look at the global organic milk products market, revealing both current and future prospective scenarios.
This report segments the global organic milk products market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into whole, skin and semi-skin.
On the basis of end-user applications, the market is segmented into children, adult and the elderly. Finally, the report segments the market by geographic region, covering the United States, China, Europe, Japan, Southeast Asia and India.
The Global Skim Organic Milk Sales Market report by The Market Reports is a second professional study of the global organic milk market, though it focuses specifically on skim milk. It covers much of the information listed in the aforementioned report, including trends, classifications, chain structure, import and export consumption, growth drivers and more.
However, the key difference is that this report focuses on skin organic milk, whereas the first report covers all types of organic milk products, skim included.
As you may already know, skim milk is a special variety of milk that's characterized by the removal of fat. Normally, skim milk contains just 0.1% fat, whereas whole milk contains 3.5% to 4% fat.
Because of these nuances, many health-conscious men and women prefer skin over whole milk. It offers a high level of nutrition but without the fat content found in whole and other types of milk.
Skim milk is also lighter, making it ideal for use in cereals and similar foods.
Some of the key organic skin milk vendors profiled in this report include Horizon Organic, Arla, Organic Valley, Emmi, Aurora Organic Dairy, Yeo Valley, Andechser Molkerei Scheitz, Thise Dairy, Avalon, Bruton Dairy, Yili, Mengniu, Shengmu Organic Milk and others.
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