Dairy Packaging Market size was valued at USD 21.51 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 30.85 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period 2022-2028. Packaging plays a significant role in the delivery of dairy products that are fresh and delicate in nature. Packaging protects any product from getting damaged. Packaging not only protects products from biological, chemical, and physical sources but also attracts consumers simultaneously. Packaging works as an efficient marketing tool for building a brand. It is not just the source of protecting products but also provides useful information like product ingredients, content, and procedure information. Proper packaging always prevents contents from contagion and helps in proper transportation. Dairy products are foods that are consumed as a source of energy and have a short shelf life. As a result, good and effective packaging is essential for preventing contamination and extending shelf life. New technologies for packaging materials that can avoid contamination of dairy products are being developed by vendors in the worldwide dairy packaging industry. Cups, cans, sachets, bottles, and tubs are some of the containers used to package dairy goods, and they are made to the customer’s convenience and product requirements. The growing distribution of dairy products via organized retail channels increased the demand for dairy packaging around the world. Packaging augments the marketability of the product.