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MARKET SURVEY

MARKET SHARE

OF

HEALTH DRINKS

SUBMITTED

TO

PUNE UNIVERSITY

BY

CHIRAG G PATELAS PART FULFILLMENT OF

B.B.A. (3RD YEAR)

APRIL, 2010SINHGAD COLLEGE OF COMMERCE,

PUNE - 411048C O N T E N T S

Chapter No.TitlePage No.

Declaration3

Guide Certificate 4

Acknowledgement5

IExecutive Summary6-7

IIResearch Design8-31

2.1Introduction9-22

2.2Statement of Problem23

2.3Objectives of the Survey 24

2.4Scope of the Study 25

2.5Limitation 26

2.6Methodology27-31

IIIConceptual Background32-34

IVOrganizational Profile 35-36

VAnalysis, Presentation, Interpretation 37-52

VIMajor Findings, Recommendations, Conclusion53-57

VIIAnnexure, Questionnaire, Bibliography58-61

DECLARATIONI hereby declare that this Market Share Report

Titled Health drinks

Submitted towards fulfilment of BBA Degree of Pune University, is an original work done by me.

CHIRAG .G. PATEL

Date:

Place: PUNECERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Project Report titled Health drinks is a bonafide work carried out by CHIRAG .G. PATEL of BBA-III of Sinhgad College of Commerce towards fulfillment of BBA degree of University of Pune. He has worked under our guidance and direction.

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Dr. M.S Wazal

Prof. Vishwas Swami (Principal)

(Project Guide)Date:

Date:

Place:

Place:

Acknowledgement

First of all, I wish to express deep sense of gratitude to Prof. Vishwas Swami who was my project guide during my project. I thank him for his personal involment in my project finding and helping me through the thick and thin of various aspects of the project.

I am also thankful to Dr. M.S Wazal who is our principal for giving opportunity to make this project a success.

Last but not the least, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude towards my friends who helped me lot during my project report.

CHIRAG .G. PATELDate:

Chapter No.: I

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

I. Executive Summary

My study was carried out on HEALTH DRINK consumption of people carried out in Navsari (GJ) region. This region includes Athwalines, Ghod dod Rd.

After data collection, it was analyzed with different charts and graph, which is very important to find observation and findings. On the basis of this work, suggestions were made which were very helpful for analyzing project report.

It was observed that bournvita got major share among all health drink. The survey was conducted to analyze the prospective customer awareness for various health drinks in market. Questionnaire method was used along with interview to obtain the required information.

After the survey was completed the data was first sorted then analyzed and this analyzed data was later converted in to form of graphs. This makes result to understand easily by everyone.

Chapter No.: II

Research Design

2.1 Introduction.

2.2 Statement of Problem.

2.3 Objectives of the Survey.

2.4 Scope of the Study.

2.5 Limitation.

2.6 Methodology.

2.1 Introduction. Product An overview

Universally, in bringing up their children, mothers attach a lot of emotional importance to nourishment. There is an ever-growing need for nourishment and energy in todays fast-paced world. Who can resist a steaming, hot drink which promises to energize, nourish and refresh? The need for nutritional supplementation is all the more relevant for kids. Coupled with the fact that kids love the delicious taste of these drinks, once they have tried them, lies the basic tale of milk additives and the growth and development of the Health Food Drink (HFD) category. No one can be sure of when and how the category evolved but, today, in India the HFD market is valued at approximately Rs. 13, 000 million and nearly 50,000 tones.

Health food drinks provide nourishment for the family, particularly growing children and serve as energy providers for adults. The market for malted milk powders in India is huge as the product is widely used as a nutrition and energy supplement by children and adults. The size of the market is estimated at Rs. 10,170 million.

Available Health Food Drink in market can be considered as follows: Bournvita Horlicks Boost Complan Product Profile: Bournvita

History and Achievements:

In Indian company was incorporated on July 19th 1948 as a private limited company under the name of Cadbury-Fry (India). Soon thereafter the company launched Bournvita. Through the years, Bournvita has been a market leader in the Health Drinks market as well as have a dominant share of the Chocolates market.

Cadbury Bournvita was introduced in 1948. Since then, it has always been the leading brown MFD brand in the country and the second largest MFD brand as a whole. Bournvita has worked towards achieving this status by never remaining motionless. Throughout its history, Bournvita has constantly endeavoured to re-invent its product, packaging, promotion and distribution. Each has been aimed at improving the value proposition to the consumer.

The brand was re-launched in 1999 with a new fortified Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) balanced formula. The message sent out through communication as well as packaging simply stated that the new Bournvita would meet the nutritional needs of children and make up for any deficiencies in nutrition as a result of improper food intake. At the same time, the company strongly promoted the practice of consuming two cups of Bournvita to ensure that this happened. The effort enabled the brand to create greater relevance for the category and hence the brand amongst plain milk drinkers. It was a winning formula that yielded double digit growth over the next two years and significantly contributed to the brands development.

An energetic brand, Bournvita went through another change in 2001, with a complete overhaul of branding, packaging and communication. This re-launch had two clear objectives: to make the brand contemporary and reinforce the equity with its loyal consumers. An assessment post the successful re-launch, showed that Bournvita had further strengthened its leadership position in the West and had attained market leadership in the North.

Product:

Bournvita has a unique taste which combines the goodness of malt and chocolate. It gives the child physical and mental alertness resulting in a healthy body and an active mind. In turn this gives the child the confidence to succeed in life.

In 2001 Bournvita, complete with new packaging and design was re-launched. It had many firsts. Bournvita introduced a pet jar (shifting from the old glass bottle). It introduced shrink-sleeved packaging (from the old jar labels). There was a complete re-design of the logo. A loyalty programme, in the form of a Bournvita Nutrition Centre, dedicated to counselling mothers on her child's daily nutritional needs was opened. It was Bournvita's way of showing it cared.

Brand Values:

The core values of the brand have been mental alertness and physical fitness for children who consume Bournvita daily. This layered with the great Cadbury chocolate taste has made the brand distinct from other offerings in the consumers mind.

Facts:

Cadbury Bournvita won an ABBY for its press campaign - 'No Bournvita. No Milk'.

Bournvita was the official health drink for the Indian team for the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

The Bournvita Quiz Contest is India's longest running national school quiz.

Product Profile: Horlicks

History and Achievement:

Some malted barley, pinches of wheat flour with a dash of evaporated milk. That's Horlicks recipe for success. James Horlicks, after whom the brand is named, was a chemist who worked for a company which produced dried infant food. He became ambitious after inventing some recipes of his own. So along with his brother William, they found J and W Horlicks of Chicago.

Up until the 1960s Horlicks was positioned as an adult restorative drink that gave extra energy, especially during convalescence. The 1970s saw its position shift to The Great Nourisher. It was in this phase that the brand saliency shot up. The next decade saw Horlicks face an immense external challenge. Thanks to Operation Flood, there was availability of milk and the raison dtre for buying the brand became weaker. Horlicks fought back. In 1984, Horlicks aimed at growth by growing the consumer base. By 1994, it had created Ideal Horlicks and improved product formulation that also brought back the taste people reminisced about. In 2002, Horlicks was relaunched on the immunity platform.

Horlicks has a significant presence in over fifteen countries. Today Horlicks is the best known brand in the health foods category in India. The brand enjoys the trust of generations of Indian mothers and this relationship has been nurtured by the brand by fortifying the product from time to time. In 1998, Horlicks was fortified with Smart Nutrients a unique combination of vitamins and minerals intended to imbibe growing children with mental agility and physical fitness. Junior Horlicks was relaunched with extra nutrients to build the immunity of little children. Today, Junior Horlicks contributes 11% to Horlicks total sales turnover and has been one of the fastest growing product extensions to the Horlicks brand.

But it isn't just product development that H