The global pigeon peas market reached a volume of nearly 6 Million Tons in 2018.
A tropical plant of the pea family, pigeon peas are generally grown as a food crop. They have a high nutritional value which makes them an ideal supplement to the diets that are protein-deficient. They not only offer nutritional benefits but also help to tackle health related issues such as cough, acidity, stomach pain, poisoning, piles and swelling of internal organs. Widely used in animal feed, fuel wood, rearing lac insects, green manuring, soil conservation and windbreaks, pigeon peas have now become an extremely important crop as they are cultivated in virtually every tropical country of the world.
Furthermore, the perennial nature of pigeon peas allows farmers to take multiple harvests. The resulting surplus can be traded in both local and international markets. Factors such as population growth, improving living standards and growing health awareness among the consumers are currently influencing the demand for pigeon peas in the global market.
The report has segmented the market on the basis of major geographies. Currently, India represents the largest producer of pigeon peas accounting for around 70% of the total global production. India is followed by Myanmar, Malawi, Kenya and Tanzania. The report has also analysed the top exporting and importing countries in the global pigeon pea market.
Myanmar represents the biggest exporter of pigeon peas accounting for nearly 90% of the total global export volumes. Myanmar is followed by Tanzania, Sudan, Kenya, France, Ecuador, Sri Lanka, Peru, India and Malawi. Among the top importing countries, India represents the biggest importer of pigeon peas accounting for more than 95% of the total global import volumes. India is followed by Zimbabwe, the United States, Peru, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Australia, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Canada.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Scope and Methodology 2.1 Objectives of the Study 2.2 Stakeholders 2.3 Data Sources 2.3.1 Primary Sources 2.3.2 Secondary Sources 2.4 Market Estimation 2.4.1 Bottom-Up Approach 2.4.2 Top-Down Approach 2.5 Forecasting Methodology
3 Executive Summary
4 Introduction 4.1 Overview 4.2 Key Industry Trends
5 Global Pigeon Peas Market 5.1 Market Overview 5.2 Market Performance 5.2.1 Volume Trends 5.2.2 Value Trends 5.3 Price Analysis 5.3.1 Key Price Indicators 5.3.2 Price Structure 5.3.3 Price Trends 5.4 Market Breakup by Region 5.5 Market Forecast 5.6 Imports and Exports 5.7 SWOT Analysis 5.7.1 Overview 5.7.2 Strengths 5.7.3 Weaknesses 5.7.4 Opportunities 5.7.5 Threats 5.8 Value Chain Analysis 5.8.1 Input Suppliers 5.8.2 Farmers 5.8.3 Collectors 5.8.4 Processors 5.8.5 Distributors 5.8.6 Exporters 5.8.7 Retailers 5.8.8 End-Users 5.9 Porter's Five Forces Analysis 5.9.1 Overview 5.9.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers 5.9.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 5.9.4 Degree of Competition 5.9.5 Threat of New Entrants 5.9.6 Threat of Substitutes 5.10 Key Market Drivers and Success Factors
6 Performance of Key Regions 6.1 India 6.1.1 Market Trends 6.1.2 Market Forecast 6.2 Myanmar 6.2.1 Market Trends 6.2.2 Market Forecast 6.3 Malawi 6.3.1 Market Trends 6.3.2 Market Forecast 6.4 Kenya 6.4.1 Market Trends 6.4.2 Market Forecast 6.5 Tanzania 6.5.1 Market Trends 6.5.2 Market Forecast
7 Competitive Structure
8 Pigeon Pea Processing 8.1 Product Overview 8.2 Detailed Process Flow 8.3 Various Types of Unit Operations Involved 8.4 Mass Balance and Raw Material Requirements
9 Project Details, Requirements and Costs Involved 9.1 Land Requirements and Expenditures 9.2 Construction Requirements and Expenditures 9.3 Plant Machinery 9.4 Machinery Pictures 9.5 Raw Material Requirements and Expenditures 9.6 Raw Material and Final Product Pictures 9.7 Packaging Requirements and Expenditures 9.8 Transportation Requirements and Expenditures 9.9 Utility Requirements and Expenditures 9.10 Manpower Requirements and Expenditures 9.11 Other Capital Investments
10 Loans and Financial Assistance
11 Project Economics 11.1 Capital Cost of the Project 11.2 Techno-Economic Parameters 11.3 Product Pricing and Margins Across Various Levels of the Supply Chain 11.4 Taxation and Depreciation 11.5 Income Projections 11.6 Expenditure Projections 11.7 Financial Analysis 11.8 Profit Analysis