Global Dry Chillies Market Report, History and Forecast 2019-2023, Breakdown Data by Manufacturers, Key Regions, Types and Application


The data collected in the “Global Dry Chillies Market – Segmented by Geography – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2023)” report (Sample Copy Here) offers detailed insights on the market dynamic forces to enable informed business decision making and development strategy formulation supported on the opportunities present in the market. Dry Chillies Market report delivers the most up-to-date industry data on the actual and potential market situation, and outlook.

The Global Dry Chillies Market 2019 is bifurcated into multiple segments [Product, Applications, End-Users, and Major Regions]. The global Dry Chillies Market report represents the market’s data in a better-analyzed way by fragmenting the market in several multiple segments product, its end-users, applications, and others of the market segments. A review of the impact of the administrative regulations and policies on the Dry Chillies Market operations is also included in this report. The Dry Chillies Market report offers a complete analysis of competitive dynamics that are modifying and places the patrons ahead of competitors.

Dry Chillies Market Segmentation by Major Players:

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Overview of Dry Chillies Market Report:

In the year 2015, India was the biggest dry chillies producer with dry chillies production of 1.6 million metric ton. India is the world’s leading producer of dry chilllies accounting for nearly 35.45% in 2016 of the global dry chillies market followed by Thailand, Ethiopia, China, and Pakistan.

Dry red chillies contain Vitamin A and C which is important for healthy mucous membranes and it reduces the risk of prostate cancer cells through various mechanisms. Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, USA, and Spain are the largest importers of dry chillies, together contributing a share of 66.37% of world imports in 2017. India, China, and Peru are the major exporters of dry chillies and the global dry chillies exports are USD 942,107 thousand in 2017.

High Demand for Dry Chillies in Europe
Demand for dry chillies in Europe is high because of high demand for exotic and spicy oriental cuisines. Europe produced only 104,261 metric ton of dry chillies which amounts to just 2.66% share of global production in 2016 and imports have been continuously increasing to meet the domestic demand. In 2017, Europe’s imports reflect 21.86% share in global imports of dry chillies while its exports represent 1.86% share in global exports. Spain is one of the largest importing countries of dry chillies from outside Europe followed by Germany, UK and Netherlands. In year 2017, Spain represents 22.64% share in total European imports of dry chillies whereas Germany contributes to 20.4% and UK contributes 9.64% of European imports.

Lack of Adequate Storage and Vacuum Packing Facilities in India
Unsuitable sanitary conditions during the process of harvesting, drying, processing, storage and marketing of dry chillies enhance the contamination through various fungal species and their toxic secondary metabolites. During the process of drying, a large number of fungal spores as well as soil-borne fungal organisms get settled on the surface of chillies which cause contamination. Therefore, an effective system for drying, processing and storage of red chillies is required to reduce the adverse effects of fungal species, mycoflora and mycotoxin contamination. Gunny bags which are generally used to store dry red chillies, are more prone to air borne fungal spores and vector insects because of presence of small pores. Vacuum packing facilities are most efficient to store dry chillies immediately after drying because of low presence of mycoflora and mycobial load. Fungal and mycotoxin contamination can also be minimized through microwave treatment that should be done immediately before storage.

India Dominates the Dry Chillies Market in terms of Production and Exports
India is the world’s largest producer as well as exporter of dry chillies. Its exports represent 72.93 % of world exports in year 2017 and top importers from India are Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. In year 2016, global production of dry chillies was 3.9 million metric tons while India’s production was 1.3 million metric tons.

There was a slightly slump in the global production of dry chillies in 2016 because of decline in production in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, due to virus attack and lack of irrigation and also crop failure in the state of Madhya Pradesh, which resulted in enhancement of prices of dry red chillies. During 2016, Indian farmers preferred to produce cotton over dry chillies as they incurred losses because of substantial slump in prices. The demand for the world famous Sannam S4 dry red chillies is very high and this variety is growing all over the world and it is grown in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Assam and Madhya Pradesh. Sannam S4 or 334, contains aroma and pungency which is often used for Indian, Chinese, European, Thai and Italian Cuisines.

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Further, in the Dry Chillies Market research reports, the following points are included along with an in-depth study of each point:

Production Analysis – Production of the Dry Chillies is analyzed with respect to different regions, types, and applications. Here, price analysis of various Dry Chillies Market key companies is also covered.

Competitors – In this section, various Dry Chillies industry-leading players are studied with respect to their company profile, product portfolio, capacity, price, cost, and revenue.

Sales and Revenue Analysis – Both, sales and revenue are studied for the different regions of the Dry Chillies Market. Another major aspect, price, which plays an important part in the revenue generation, is also measured in this section for the numerous regions.

Supply and Consumption – In continuation with sales, this section studies supply and consumption for the Dry Chillies Market. This part also shelters light on the gap between supply and consumption. Import and export statistics are also given in this part.

Other analyses – Apart from the above-mentioned information, trade and distribution analysis for the Dry Chillies Market, the contact information of major manufacturers, suppliers and key consumers is also given. In addition, SWOT analysis for new projects and viability analysis for new investment are included.

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