The product with good taste as per the local demand is favourable for this project. Instant and precooked food products may cover the wide range of delicious Indian recipes, to give a taste of food which tastes just like fresh home cooked food. It is ready to help in the kitchen for authentic taste, a variety of choices in different Indian cuisines and high on convenience. Instant precooked foods involve Soups, Vegetable curries, Paneer gravies and various rice items.
Instant and precooked foods business is one of the fastest growing foods businesses in India. Foods business is today represented in multiple categories in the market – Staples, Spices, Ready-to-Eat, Snack Foods, Bakery & confectionery and the newly introduced Juices & Beverages. Among them, instant and precooked foods is a new concept. One with the commitment to the health and safety to the highest levels of quality, safety and hygiene standards in manufacturing processes should start this type of product manufacturing units.
As more and more consumers are becoming health conscious they care about the food they put into their mouths. They feel guilty for gluttony and eating processed food. To reduce their dissonance, they look for healthier options in packaged and ready to eat foods. If we look at cities, we find more people preferring supermarket packed salads and fruit bowls. It saves time and is a healthier option. For many supermarkets and retail chains, there is a slow but increasing demand and consumption of packaged fresh foods which are ready to eat. The is information overload today due to the explosion of data and the internet, because of which more and more consumers are becoming aware of the health hazards of continuous consumption of packaged food and the preservatives used in them.
Young consumers spend most of their income on convenient ready-to-eat food products. Young consumers are the easiest targets for ready-to-eat food manufacturing giants. The convenience level of such products helps to increase the total demand in the market across the world.
Ready-to-eat food products are being considered as the closest alternative to regular food, which can be consumed at any time (such as during breakfast, lunch, or dinner). The initiatives taken by regulatory authorities, like ongoing promotional efforts undertaken by the Singapore Health Promotional Board to create awareness regarding frozen foods and fish products, are driving the market growth.
Global Ready to Eat Food Market, By Product Type (Instant Breakfast/Cereals, Instant Soups and Snacks, Ready Meals, Baked Goods, Meat Products, Others), Packaging Type (Canned, Frozen or Chilled, Retort, Others), Distribution Channel (Hypermarket/Supermarket, Convenience/Departmental Store, Specialty Store, Online Store, Others), Country (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Denmark, Italy, U.K., France, Spain, Netherland, Belgium, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, Rest of Europe, Japan, China, India, South Korea, New Zealand, Vietnam, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Rest of Asia-Pacific, Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, South Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa) Industry Trends and Forecast to 2028.
Instant precooked foods with a range of the most popular Indian dishes in a packet of 100 grams to 500 grams are suggested. This range should be convinced to provide the consumer with an experience of authentic, home-made food at an affordable price. These should be 100% natural and have zero preservatives. Convenience and authentic taste now have a new name and trust in the instant precooked foods. Instant Mixes must be promising the discerning Indian homemaker perfect tasting dishes, consistently. Each item of instant precooked foods should be natural and preservative-free. The some of the examples are: Sambar Rice, Palak Paneer, Chana Masala, Dal Makhani, Vegetable Pulao, Paneer Butter Masala, Paneer Makhani, Rajma Masala, Mixed Vegetable Curry, Muttar Paneer, Navratan Kurma, Shahi Paneer, Pongal, Alu Methi, Khadi Pakora, Paneer Tikka Masala, Kharabhath / Masala Upma, Kesaribhath /Kesar Suji Halwa, Dal Fry, Bhindi Masala, Alu Muttar, Rajma Chawal, Tomato Rice, Bisibelebhath, Masala Rice, Pav Bhaji, Lemon Rice, Rasam Rice. Jeera Rice, Peas & Mushroom Curry, Sambar, Tamarind Rice, etc.