According to the latest report by IMARC Group, The India exotic vegetables market exhibited strong growth during 2015-2020. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to grow at a CAGR of around 11% during 2021-2026.
Exotic vegetables refer to vegetables cultivated in their non-native lands. Their seeds are mainly imported and grown in favorable climatic and weather conditions. They are also commercially cultivated in greenhouses and net or poly houses and retailed at higher prices than native vegetables.
Some commonly available exotic vegetables include broccoli, cherry tomatoes, lettuce, asparagus, baby corn, bell peppers, etc. They are rich in essential vitamins, minerals, fibers, antioxidants, etc., and can aid in managing weight and numerous medical ailments. These vegetables can be consumed raw or used in multicuisine dishes, salads, curries, soups, garnishes, etc.
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India Exotic Vegetables Market Trends and Drivers:
The expanding food and beverage industry in India is among the key factors driving the exotic vegetables market. Moreover, shifting consumer preferences towards international cuisines are further providing a thrust to the market growth. Additionally, cafés, quick service restaurants, fine-dine establishments, etc., are also experimenting with exotic vegetables to offer their consumers unique and authentic dishes and delicacies. Besides this, the increasing consumer participation in home-cooking activities for social gatherings and events is acting as another growth-inducing factor. Furthermore, the rising demand for vegetables with high nutritional value and the growing utilization of innovative hydroponics technologies for sustainable cultivation of exotic vegetables will further continue to catalyze their market growth in India over the forecasted period.
Key Market Segmentation:
The report has segmented the india exotic vegetables market on the basis of variety, sector, distribution channel and region.
Breakup by Variety:
- Sweet Corn
- Baby Potatoes
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Coloured Capsicum
- Purple Cabbage
- Organised Sector
- Unorganised Sector
- Supermarkets and Hypermarkets
- Unorganised Retail Stores
- Online Stores
- North India
- West and Central India
- South India
- East India
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Key highlights of the report:
- Market Performance (2015-2020)
- Market Outlook (2021-2026)
- Industry Trends
- Market Drivers and Success Factors
- The Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Market
- Value Chain Analysis
- Structure of the Global Market
- Comprehensive mapping of the competitive landscape
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