Indian Beekeeping Market Study, Size, Share, Industry Trend Report 2021-2026 – EcoChunk

According to the latest report from the IMARC group, entitled “Indian Beekeeping Market Share: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2021-2026”, provided that the Indian beekeeping market expects the market to reach a value of INR 38,609 million by 2026. The report provides detailed analysis of the market by product type, application and geography . Further, the report analyzes the competitive landscape of the market.

Report metric

History: 2015-2020
Baseline year: 2020
Forecast year: 2021-2026

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Definition and application of industry:

Beekeeping, also known as beekeeping, is the study and practice of growing bees on a commercial scale to produce products such as honey, propolis, royal jelly, and beeswax. . Beekeeping involves the mass rearing of bees in apiaries where hives are installed and placed in areas with a high concentration of flowering plants. Apis Indica, or Indian Bee, is the tallest and most domesticated bee species in India due to its high yield of honey every year. Honey, produced by bees using nectar or sweet secretions from plants, serves as an essential ingredient in various food dishes, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Apart from this, beeswax obtained from beehives is used in making candles and polishes for shoes and furniture.

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To note: We regularly monitor the direct effect of COVID-19[female[feminine on the market, as well as the indirect influence of associated industries. These observations will be incorporated into the report.

Market trends and drivers:

The growth of Ayurvedic industry in India is one of the key factors for the growth of the market. Ayurveda is the ancient Indian medicinal system which prescribes the intensive use of honey due to its medicinal properties. The growing awareness among the masses regarding the benefits of honey has shifted their preference to Ayurveda as a more natural alternative science of healing. People now widely incorporate honey into their daily diet to ensure the maintenance of a healthy immune system. In addition, honey is a known remedy for the treatment of various respiratory, skin and vision problems without any side effects, which also increases the consumption of honey in the country. Therefore, manufacturers in the food and beverage industry are launching various products in which honey is the key ingredient. Additionally, due to the medicinal benefits of honey and beeswax, industries such as pharmacy, beauty and personal wellness use them extensively in the manufacture of their products, thus significantly contributing to the market growth.

Indian beekeeping Market segmentation :

The report has been segmented on the basis of Product Type, Application, and Region.

Breakdown by product type:

Breakdown by application:

  • Food and drinks
  • Medications
  • Beauty products
  • Others.

Breakdown by region:

  • North India
  • South India,
  • Eastern india
  • Western india

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