The share of imported milk on the Russian market is less than 1%.

According to research company Intesco Research Group, the Russian market for milk in the period from 2009 to 2012 increased by 913.6 thousand tons. In 2012, the market in comparison with the previous year showed an increase of 6.5%. Almost all of the products of domestic manufacturers forms, reports "RBC. Market research. "

 The share of imported milk on the Russian market is less than 1%. In the structure of imports of fluid milk and cream fraction of drinking milk reaches 30%. On the Russian shelves in recent years, there are milk and dairy products from countries such as Finland, Estonia, France, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Denmark. In terms of the export of milk and cream in a Russian leader in Finland, more than half of its share of Russian imports in value terms, in second place — Estonia (16.5%), the third — France, which supplies a tenth of products.

The consumption of drinking milk in Russia per capita is increasing. So from 2009 to 2012, it increased to 6.4 liters / person. The growth in demand for milk is associated with both change in the age structure of the population and the desire of citizens to diversify their food structure. The increase in the consumption of milk promotes the content of this market products. In 2013, analysts predict an increase in its volume by 3%.

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