Market Research Report
Market Assessment of Premium Kitchen Appliances and Food Waste Disposer in India, 2017
|Published by||Frost & Sullivan||Product code||917459|
|Published||Content info||44 Pages
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|Market Assessment of Premium Kitchen Appliances and Food Waste Disposer in India, 2017|
|Published: November 15, 2019||Content info: 44 Pages||
Dual income families, rising disposable income levels and increased migration pressure on urban infrastructure is expected to build demand for premium utility products
A Food Waste Disposer (FWD) is a device, which is usually electrically powered and installed under a kitchen sink between the sink's drain and the trap. It shreds food waste into pieces small enough-generally less than 2 mm (0.079 in)-to pass through plumbing. Increasing per capita income, affordability, dual-income population, space constraint and demand for convenience is driving the adoption of affluent and premium products. Increasing uptake of Premium Kitchen Appliances will push demand for FWD: many built-in kitchens would have these products incorporated into the build.
Rising urbanization levels drive demand for luxury and premium apartments, building a positive outlook for FWD and premium kitchen appliances. High income groups are a potential target segment for lifestyle products. Also, a dual working population will push the need for utility appliances. A rising middle class with higher income levels and rising aspirations of Gen Y will further boost such demand.
Household garbage disposal regulations are expected to become more stringent. Also, substantial investment in Waste Management in initiatives like Smart Cities set up a positive outlook for FWDs.
In India, the southern region is the biggest market for FWD, followed by the northern regions due to higher concentration of high income group families.