The Indian food industry has seen a boom in the past few years and, in the last few years, it has seen its share of the honey substitute market surge.
The honey substitute industry has grown exponentially and is now worth an estimated $10 billion.
A growing number of Indian restaurants and food outlets are turning to the honey blend as a replacement for sugar and added ingredients.
In fact, the market has grown to $6 billion in 2016, and is expected to grow to $10.5 billion in 2021, according to the Association of Indian Food and Beverages (AIFA).
The market is also growing rapidly in countries like Australia and New Zealand.
According to AIFA, the honey beverage industry will reach $25 billion by 2021.
The honey substitute boom has been helped by India’s booming food and beverage sector.
In the past five years, the value of the food and beverages industry in India has risen to $1.9 trillion, according the Economic Survey of India.
This is a growth of 8.5 percent.
India’s food and food-related industries have also been benefitting from the growth of online and online-enabled commerce.
The country has seen an increase in online and offline commerce.
According the Economic Census of India, the growth in online commerce in India was 17.7 percent between 2013 and 2017.