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食品安全試験市場:試験対象毎(病原体、殺虫剤、GMO、毒、アレルゲン)、技術毎(従来、急速)、食品試験毎(肉、鶏肉、魚介、乳製品、加工食品、果物・野菜)、地域毎 - 2023年までの世界市場予測

Food Safety Testing Market by Target Tested (Pathogens, Pesticides, GMOs, Mycotoxin, and Allergens), Technology (Traditional and Rapid), Food Tested (Meat, Poultry, Seafood, Dairy, Processed Foods, and Fruits & Vegetables), and Region-Global Forecast to 2023

 

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“Increase in global outbreaks of foodborne illnesses and stringent food safety regulations is expected to drive the overall growth of the food safety testing market.”

The global food safety testing market size is projected to grow from USD 17.0 billion in 2018 to USD 24.6 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 7.7% during the forecast period. The food safety testing market is driven by various factors such as an increase in global outbreaks of foodborne illnesses, globalization in food trade, stringent food safety regulations, and the availability of advanced rapid technology. However, the lack of coordination between market stakeholders and improper enforcement of regulatory laws & supporting infrastructure in developing countries can hinder the growth of the market.

“The pathogens segment is estimated to dominate the food safety testing market in 2018.”

The pathogens segment is estimated to account for the largest share in 2018, in terms of value. Pathogens are harmful and contagious agents liable for food contamination, resulting in diseases in the host. They form a major part of food contaminants; Salmonella, E. coli, Listeria, and Campylobacter are the major pathogens responsible for food contamination and toxicity; they account for nearly 99% of the contaminants present in food and account for 96% of food safety testing. Other pathogens responsible for food contamination are Staphylococcus and Shigella, among others. In developing and under-developed countries, pathogens are the major cause of illness and death, amounting to approximately 1.8 million deaths, annually. These factors are expected to drive the pathogens segment.

“Rapid food safety techniques are projected to account for the larger market share during the forecast period.”

There is an increasing demand for rapid tests from food manufacturers, to test an adequate number of samples in less time, thereby accelerating the supply chain activities. Rapid microbiology involves advanced technology that is used for isolation, early detection, characterization, and enumeration of microorganisms and their by-products such as toxins from the provided samples. Rapid technology in the food industry is used to monitor the count, type, and metabolites of microorganisms that lead to food spoilage, preservation, fermentation, safety, and foodborne pathogens.

“Asia Pacific is projected to be the fastest-growing region in the food safety testing market.”

The market in Asia Pacific is projected to be the fastest-growing due to higher adoption of new technologies with increasing foodborne illnesses. The growth of the market in this region is driven by various rules & regulations implemented in different countries. Food security standards are increasingly becoming stringent to ensure safer supply of food to individuals in local and foreign countries. Governments have put various regulations in place for consumers, producers, and regulators.

In-depth interviews were conducted with chief executive officers (CEOs), marketing directors, food safety testing service providers, and executives from various key organizations operating in the food safety testing industries.

- By Company Type: Tier 1: 35%, Tier 2: 45%, and Tier 3: 20%
- By Designation: C-Level Executives: 35%, Directors: 25%, and Others: 40%
- By Region: North America: 45%, Europe: 20%, Asia Pacific: 30%, and RoW: 5%

The food safety testing market comprises major service providers such as SGS (Switzerland), Eurofins (Luxemburg), Intertek (UK), Bureau Veritas (France), M-rieux (US), ALS Limited (Australia), TUV S-D (Germany), and T-V Nord Group (Germany), Microbac Laboratories (US), AsureQuality (Australia), FoodChain ID (US), Romer Labs (Australia), Symbio Laboratories (Australia), and R J Hill Laboratories (New Zealand). The study includes an in-depth competitive analysis of these key players in the food safety testing market, with their company profiles, recent developments, and the key market strategies.

Research Coverage

The study covers the food safety testing market across segments. It aims at estimating the market size and its growth potential across different segments such as target tested, technology, food tested, and region. The study also includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the key players in the market; along with their company profiles, key observations related to product and business offerings, recent developments, and key market strategies.

Key Benefits of Buying the Report

The report will help the market leaders/new entrants in this market with information on the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall food safety testing market and the subsegments. This report will help stakeholders understand the competitive landscape and gain more insights to position their businesses better and to plan suitable go-to-market strategies. The report will also help the stakeholders to understand the pulse of the market and will provide them with information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities.



目次

1 INTRODUCTION 24
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 24
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 24
1.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION 25
1.4 PERIODIZATION CONSIDERED 26
1.5 CURRENCY CONSIDERED 26
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 27

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 28
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 28
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 29
2.1.1.1 Key data from secondary sources 29
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 30
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 30
2.1.2.2 Breakdown of primaries 31
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 31
2.2.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 32
2.2.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 33
2.3 DATA TRIANGULATION 34
2.4 ASSUMPTIONS FOR THE STUDY 35
2.5 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY 35

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 36

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 41
4.1 ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 41
4.2 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: MAJOR COUNTRIES/REGIONS 42
4.3 EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGETED TESTED AND COUNTRY 43
4.4 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED AND REGION 44
4.5 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2018 VS. 2023 44

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 45
5.1 INTRODUCTION 45
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 46
5.2.1 DRIVERS 46
5.2.1.1 Increase in global outbreaks of foodborne illnesses 46
5.2.1.2 Globalization in food trade 47
5.2.1.3 Stringent food safety regulations 48
5.2.1.4 Availability of advanced rapid technology 48
5.2.1.5 Increase in demand for convenience and packaged food products 48
5.2.1.6 Rise in outbreaks of chemical contamination in food processing industries 49
5.2.1.7 Rise in consumer awareness about food safety 49
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 50
5.2.2.1 Lack of coordination between market stakeholders and improper enforcement of regulatory laws & supporting infrastructure in developing countries 50
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES 50
5.2.3.1 Technological advancements in the testing industry 50
5.2.4 CHALLENGES 51
5.2.4.1 Lack of harmonization of food safety standards 51
5.2.4.2 High cost associated with procurement of food safety testing equipment 51

6 INDUSTRY TRENDS 52
6.1 INTRODUCTION 52
6.2 FOOD TESTING INDUSTRY 54
6.3 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 55
6.3.1 INPUT MARKET 55
6.3.2 FOOD MARKET 55
6.3.3 DISTRIBUTION 55
6.4 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 56
6.4.1 UPSTREAM PROCESS 56
6.4.1.1 R&D 56
6.4.1.2 Production 56
6.4.2 MIDSTREAM PROCESS 56
6.4.2.1 Processing & transforming 56
6.4.2.2 Transportation 57
6.4.3 DOWNSTREAM PROCESS 57
6.4.3.1 Final preparation 57
6.4.3.2 Distribution 57
6.5 UPCOMING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 58
6.5.1 MICROARRAY 58
6.5.2 PHAGES 58
6.5.3 BIOCHIP 58
6.5.4 BIOSENSORS 59
6.5.5 FLOW CYTOMETRY 59
6.5.6 NMR 59
6.5.7 NIRS 59
6.5.8 ICP 59
6.6 UPCOMING TRENDS EXPECTED TO IMPACT THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 60
6.6.1 FOOD SAFETY ON TRACEABILITY SYSTEMS AND FOOD DIAGNOSTICS 60
6.6.2 REGULATORY IMPOSITIONS ON GM LABELING 60
6.6.3 INTRODUCTION OF GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY INITIATIVE (GFSI) 61
6.6.4 RAPID ALERT SYSTEM FOR FOOD AND FEED (RASFF) TO REPORT FOOD SAFETY ISSUES 61
6.6.5 FOOD SAFETY TESTING LABORATORIES AND LAWS & LEGISLATIONS 61

7 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED 62
7.1 INTRODUCTION 63
7.2 PATHOGENS 64
7.2.1 E. COLI 71
7.2.1.1 Proper food safety testing and monitoring hygiene standards can limit the incidences of E. coli food poisoning 71
7.2.2 SALMONELLA 73
7.2.2.1 Undercooked meat and eggs or raw dairy products have been responsible for major outbreaks of Salmonella foodborne illnesses 73
7.2.3 CAMPYLOBACTER 75
7.2.3.1 Campylobacter Jejuni is the most common cause of bacterial foodborne illness in the North American countries 75
7.2.4 LISTERIA 76
7.2.4.1 The most common transmission route of L. monocytogenes is via the consumption of contaminated food 76
7.2.5 OTHER PATHOGENS 77
7.3 PESTICIDES 78
7.3.1 THE RECENT TECHNOLOGICAL TREND IN PESTICIDES TESTING (RAPID TESTING) IS DRIVING THIS MARKET FOR CONDUCTING TESTS FOR FOOD & BEVERAGES 78
7.4 GMOS 82
7.4.1 ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH GM FOOD SAFETY HAVE LED GMO TESTING TO BE MADE MANDATORY IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES 82
7.4.2 APPROVED GM VARIETIES & TRAITS IN THE US 83
7.4.2.1 GM varieties, by crop 83
7.4.2.2 GM varieties, by trait 84
7.5 MYCOTOXIN 86
7.5.1 MYCOTOXIN PREVALENCE IS A PROBLEM GROWING WORLDWIDE AS THE FUNGI RESPONSIBLE CAN GROW IN VARIOUS CLIMATIC CONDITIONS 86
7.6 ALLERGENS 90
7.6.1 WITH INCREASED DEMAND FOR PROCESSED FOOD, THE INCIDENCES OF CROSS-CONTAMINATION WITH ALLERGENS ARE INCREASING 90
7.7 HEAVY METALS 95
7.7.1 THE FAULTY MANUFACTURING PRACTICES & SUPPLY CHAIN HAVE MANDATED THE GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES TO PREVENT HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATIONS 95
7.8 OTHERS 98

8 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY 101
8.1 INTRODUCTION 102
8.2 TRADITIONAL 102
8.2.1 CULTURAL TECHNIQUES HAVE BEEN THE TESTS OF CHOICE FOR BOTH READY-TO-EAT FOODS AND FRESH PRODUCE 102
8.2.2 AGAR CULTURING 103
8.3 RAPID 103
8.3.1 CONVENIENCE-BASED 105
8.3.1.1 It helps in detection of microorganisms based on their biochemical reactions, under standard growth conditions 105
8.3.2 POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION (PCR) 106
8.3.2.1 Real-time PCR involves large molecules of fluorescent ethidium bromide monoazide dye that binds to the dead organisms and prevents their detection 106
8.3.3 IMMUNOASSAY 107
8.3.3.1 The ELISA technique is based on protein's characteristic of binding to specific enzyme-labeled antibodies 107
8.3.4 CHROMATOGRAPHY & SPECTROMETRY 108
8.3.4.1 Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) is one of the major advancements of mass spectrometry 108

9 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED 110
9.1 INTRODUCTION 111
9.2 MEAT, POULTRY, AND SEAFOOD 116
9.2.1 FSIS HAS FRAMED REGULATIONS TO CONTROL THE CONTAMINATION OF MEAT & POULTRY PRODUCTS IN SLAUGHTERHOUSES AND PROCESSING PLANTS 116
9.3 DAIRY PRODUCTS 118
9.3.1 OUTBREAK OF FOODBORNE ILLNESSES IS OCCURRED IN MILK DUE TO CONTAMINATED CONTAINERS IN DAIRY FARMS AND EXCRETA OF INFECTED ANIMALS 118
9.4 PROCESSED FOOD 119
9.4.1 FOODBORNE OUTBREAK IN PROCESSED FOOD PRODUCTS CAN BE CONTROLLED BY PROPER HYGIENE & SANITATION PRACTICES AND PREVENTION OF CROSS-CONTAMINATION 119
9.5 FRUITS & VEGETABLES 121
9.5.1 GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES AND GOOD HANDLING PRACTICES ARE THE SYSTEMS FOR SAFE PRODUCTION OF FRESH PRODUCE 121
9.6 CEREALS & GRAINS 122
9.6.1 CEREALS & GRAINS ARE LARGELY CONTAMINATED WITH PESTICIDES AND MYCOTOXIN 122
9.7 OTHERS 123
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10 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY REGION 125
10.1 INTRODUCTION 125
10.2 NORTH AMERICA 127
10.2.1 US 129
10.2.1.1 The FSIS plays a major role in maintaining food safety in the country by enforcing food safety regulations and investigating foodborne outbreak illness 129
10.2.2 CANADA 133
10.2.2.1 Canada has one of the best regulation schemes for food safety and regulates food safety with a high priority while exporting its goods across the world 133
10.2.3 MEXICO 135
10.2.3.1 Due to the rise in the number of foodborne disease cases, more importance is being laid on food safety in the country 135
10.3 EUROPE 136
10.3.1 GERMANY 142
10.3.1.1 Germany is highly stringent on following the EU norms on food safety 142
10.3.2 UK 144
10.3.2.1 UK food safety testing market has been witnessing substantial growth due stringent regulatory polices 144
10.3.3 FRANCE 145
10.3.3.1 Large number of foodborne outbreaks in the country has promoted food safety testing 145
10.3.4 ITALY 146
10.3.4.1 Extensive food and stringent food safety regulations implemented by the European union that is expected to drive the Italy food safety testing 146
10.3.5 POLAND 148
10.3.5.1 Increasing trade in the country has been resulted in the increasing requirement of food safety testing 148
10.3.6 REST OF EUROPE 150
10.4 ASIA PACIFIC 151
10.4.1 JAPAN 156
10.4.1.1 Regulatory framework to meet the national standards to international levels to gain a leading market position for food products in the global market 156
10.4.2 CHINA 157
10.4.2.1 Increasing the number of food safety regulations has driven the food safety testing market 157
10.4.3 INDIA 158
10.4.3.1 Food laboratories are implementing new technologies and modern analytical instruments to detect foodborne pathogens and other contaminants 158
10.4.4 AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 160
10.4.4.1 The exports of various agricultural produce in the country requires a rational food safety program has led the food safety testing services 160
10.4.5 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 161
10.5 REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) 162
10.5.1 SOUTH AMERICA 164
10.5.1.1 Technology upgradation in the region has led the food safety testing services 164
10.5.2 AFRICA 165
10.5.2.1 Emerging industrial platform, contaminated foodborne outbreaks, and growth in the demand to follow international standards has led food safety services 165
10.5.3 MIDDLE EAST 166
10.5.3.1 Food safety services in middle east region is driven by countries that largely depend on food imported from various regions to cater to their domestic requirements 166

11 REGULATIONS FOR THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 167
11.1 INTRODUCTION 167
11.2 INTERNATIONAL BODY FOR FOOD SAFETY STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS 167
11.2.1 CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION (CAC) 167
11.3 GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY INITIATIVE (GFSI) 167
11.4 NORTH AMERICA 168
11.4.1 US REGULATIONS 168
11.4.1.1 Federal legislation 168
11.4.1.1.1 State legislation 168
11.4.1.1.2 Food safety in retail food 169
11.4.1.1.3 Food safety in trade 169
11.4.1.1.4 HACCP regulation in the US 169
11.4.1.1.5 US regulation for foodborne pathogens in poultry 169
11.4.1.1.6 Food safety regulations for fruit & vegetable growers 169
11.4.1.1.7 GMO regulations in the US 170
11.4.1.1.8 FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) 170
11.4.1.1.9 Labeling of GM foods 170
11.4.1.1.10 Regulatory guidance by the FDA for aflatoxins 171
11.4.1.1.11 Pesticide regulation in the US 171
11.4.2 CANADA 171
11.4.3 MEXICO 172
11.5 EUROPE 172
11.5.1 EUROPEAN UNION REGULATIONS 172
11.5.1.1 Microbiological criteria regulation 173
11.5.1.2 Melamine legislation 173
11.5.1.3 General Food Law for food safety 174
11.5.1.4 GMOs regulation 175
11.5.1.5 Regulations on toxins 175
11.5.1.5.1 Ochratoxin A 175
11.5.1.5.2 Dioxin and PBCs 175
11.5.1.5.3 Fusarium toxins 176
11.5.1.5.4 Aflatoxins 176
11.5.1.5.5 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) 176
11.5.2 GERMANY 176
11.5.3 UK 177
11.5.3.1 Mycotoxin regulations in the UK 177
11.5.4 FRANCE 180
11.5.5 ITALY 180
11.5.6 POLAND 180
11.6 ASIA PACIFIC 181
11.6.1 CHINA 181
11.6.1.1 Regulating bodies for food safety in China 181
11.6.1.2 Major efforts of China to standardize its food safety system 182
11.6.2 JAPAN 182
11.6.3 INDIA 182
11.6.3.1 Food safety standards amendment regulations, 2012 183
11.6.3.2 Food safety standards amendment regulations, 2011 183
11.6.3.3 Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 183
11.6.4 AUSTRALIA 184
11.6.4.1 Food Standards Australia and New Zealand 184
11.6.5 NEW ZEALAND 184
11.6.5.1 GMOs labeling regulation in Asia Pacific 185
11.6.6 INDONESIA 185
11.6.6.1 General law for food safety 185
11.6.7 REGULATIONS ON PESTICIDES 186
11.6.8 REGULATIONS ON MYCOTOXIN IN FOOD 186
11.6.9 CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS 186
11.6.10 GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS 186
11.6.11 ALLERGEN: REGULATIONS ON ALLERGEN LABELING IN FOOD 186
11.7 REST OF THE WORLD 187
11.7.1 SOUTH AFRICA 187
11.7.1.1 International vs. local standards & legislations 187
11.7.1.2 Private standards in South Africa & the requirements for product testing 188
11.7.2 BRAZIL 188
11.7.2.1 Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Food Supply (MAPA) 188
11.7.2.2 Ministry of Health (MS) 188
11.7.3 ARGENTINA 189
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12 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 190
12.1 INTRODUCTION 190
12.2 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING 190
12.2.1 VISIONARY LEADERS 190
12.2.2 INNOVATORS 190
12.2.3 DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS 191
12.2.4 EMERGING COMPANIES 191
12.3 COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING 192
12.3.1 STRENGTH OF SERVICE OFFERING (FOR 25 PLAYERS) 192
12.3.2 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE (FOR 25 PLAYERS) 193
12.4 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, BY KEY PLAYER, 2018 194

13 COMPANY PROFILES 195
(Business overview, Services offered, Recent developments, SWOT analysis & MnM View)*
13.1 SGS 195
13.2 EUROFINS 199
13.3 INTERTEK 203
13.4 BUREAU VERITAS 206
13.5 ALS LIMITED 209
13.6 T-V S-D 212
13.7 T-V NORD GROUP 214
13.8 NEOGEN CORPORATION 216
13.9 M-RIEUX 217
13.10 ASUREQUALITY 220
13.11 FOOD CHAIN ID 222
13.12 RJ HILL LABORATORIES 223
13.13 MICROBAC LABORATORIES 224
13.14 ROMER LABS 226
13.15 SYMBIO LABORATORIES 227
*Details on Business overview, Services offered, Recent developments, SWOT analysis & MnM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

14 APPENDIX 228
14.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 228
14.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 232
14.3 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 234
14.4 RELATED REPORTS 234
14.5 AUTHOR DETAILS 235

 

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 US DOLLAR EXCHANGE RATES CONSIDERED, 2013-2018 27
TABLE 2 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SNAPSHOT, 2018 VS. 2023 36
TABLE 3 RECENT CASES OF CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION IN FOOD, 2011-2015 49
TABLE 4 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 64
TABLE 5 FOOD PATHOGENS: INSPECTION RATE & INCIDENCE OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS, 2013 (PER 100,000 POPULATION) 65
TABLE 6 US: INCIDENCE OF BACTERIAL AND PARASITIC INFECTIONS IN 2017 67
TABLE 7 PATHOGEN TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 68
TABLE 8 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 69
TABLE 9 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 69
TABLE 10 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 70
TABLE 11 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY SUBSEGMENT,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 71
TABLE 12 E.COLI: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 72
TABLE 13 SALMONELLA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 74
TABLE 14 CAMPYLOBACTER: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 75
TABLE 15 LISTERIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 76
TABLE 16 OTHER PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 77
TABLE 17 PESTICIDES: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 80
TABLE 18 PESTICIDES: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 80
TABLE 19 PESTICIDE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 81
TABLE 20 PESTICIDES: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 81
TABLE 21 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 84
TABLE 22 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 84
TABLE 23 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 24 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 25 FDA ACTION LEVELS FOR AFLATOXINS 87
TABLE 26 AVERAGE CONCENTRATIONS FOR OCHRATOXIN A IN DIFFERENT FOOD PRODUCTS 87
TABLE 27 MYCOTOXIN: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 88
TABLE 28 MYCOTOXIN: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 88
TABLE 29 MYCOTOXIN: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 89
TABLE 30 MYCOTOXIN: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 89
TABLE 31 PROCESSED FOOD: MAJOR ALLERGENS & ADVERSE REACTIONS 91
TABLE 32 DAIRY PRODUCTS & ALTERNATIVES: MAJOR ALLERGENS & ADVERSE REACTIONS 92
TABLE 33 ALLERGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 93
TABLE 34 ALLERGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 93
TABLE 35 ALLERGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 94
TABLE 36 ALLERGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 94
TABLE 37 HEAVY METAL LIMITS AND AMOUNT IN SOME COMMON FOOD 95
TABLE 38 SPECIFIC RELEASE LIMITS (SRL) FOR HEAVY METALS & ALLOY COMPONENTS 95
TABLE 39 SPECIFIC RELEASE LIMITS (SRL) FOR HEAVY METALS AS CONTAMINANTS & IMPURITIES 96
TABLE 40 HEAVY METALS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 96
TABLE 41 HEAVY METALS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 97
TABLE 42 HEAVY METALS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 97
TABLE 43 HEAVY METALS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 98
TABLE 44 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 99
TABLE 45 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 99
TABLE 46 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 100
TABLE 47 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 100
TABLE 48 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 102
TABLE 49 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE FOR TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY,
BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 103
TABLE 50 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE FOR RAPID TECHNOLOGY,
BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 104
TABLE 51 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE FOR RAPID TECHNOLOGY, BY SUBSEGMENT, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 104
TABLE 52 CONVENIENCE-BASED: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 105
TABLE 53 PCR: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 106
TABLE 54 IMMUNOASSAY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 108
TABLE 55 CHROMATOGRAPHY & SPECTROMETRY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE,
BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 109
TABLE 56 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: FOODBORNE PATHOGENS, BY FOOD SOURCE 111
TABLE 57 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 115
TABLE 58 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN MEAT, POULTRY & SEAFOOD,
BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 117
TABLE 59 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN MEAT, POULTRY & SEAFOOD,
BY PATHOGEN, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 117
TABLE 60 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN DAIRY PRODUCTS, BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 118
TABLE 61 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN DAIRY PRODUCTS, BY PATHOGEN,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 119
TABLE 62 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN PROCESSED FOOD, BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 120
TABLE 63 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN PROCESSED FOOD, BY PATHOGEN, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 120
TABLE 64 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN FRUITS & VEGETABLES,
BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 121
TABLE 65 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN FRUITS & VEGETABLES, BY PATHOGEN, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 122
TABLE 66 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN CEREALS & GRAINS, BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 122
TABLE 67 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN CEREALS & GRAINS, BY PATHOGEN, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 123
TABLE 68 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN OTHER FOODS, BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 124
TABLE 69 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN OTHER FOODS, BY PATHOGEN,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 124
TABLE 70 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 126
TABLE 71 NORTH AMERICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 128
TABLE 72 NORTH AMERICA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET - BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 128
TABLE 73 ESTIMATED EFFECTS OF FOODBORNE AGENTS IN THE US (2016) 131
TABLE 74 US: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 132
TABLE 75 CANADA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 135
TABLE 76 MEXICO: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 136
TABLE 77 RISKS IDENTIFIED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION AT CROSS-BORDER TRANSMIT, 2008-2016 137
TABLE 78 EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 141
TABLE 79 EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET - BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 141
TABLE 80 REPORTED FOODBORNE OUTBREAKS CAUSED BY PATHOGENS1 IN 2013 142
TABLE 81 GERMANY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 143
TABLE 82 UK: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 144
TABLE 83 FRANCE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 146
TABLE 84 ITALY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 147
TABLE 85 NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS AND INTOXICATIONS REGISTERED
IN POLAND PER 100 000, 2006-2012 148
TABLE 86 POLAND: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 149
TABLE 87 REST OF EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 150
TABLE 88 ASIA PACIFIC: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 155
TABLE 89 ASIA PACIFIC: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET - BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 155
TABLE 90 JAPAN: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 156
TABLE 91 CHINA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 158
TABLE 92 REPORTED FOODBORNE OUTBREAKS DUE TO BACTERIA IN INDIA, 1980-2016 159
TABLE 93 INDIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 159
TABLE 94 AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE,
BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 161
TABLE 95 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 162
TABLE 96 ROW: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 163
TABLE 97 ROW: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET - BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 163
TABLE 98 SOUTH AMERICA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 164
TABLE 99 AFRICA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 165
TABLE 100 MIDDLE EAST: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2016-2023 (USD MILLION) 166
TABLE 101 FEDERAL FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT, BY TOLERANCE OF RAW & PROCESSED FOOD 170
TABLE 102 MAXIMUM LEVEL FOR MELAMINE & ITS STRUCTURAL ANALOGS 173
TABLE 103 GMOS: LABELING REQUIREMENT 175
TABLE 104 COMMISSION REGULATION FOR OCHRATOXIN A 175
TABLE 105 GMOS LABELING IN ASIA PACIFIC COUNTRIES 185

 

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN 28
FIGURE 2 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 32
FIGURE 3 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: TOP-DOWN APPROACH 33
FIGURE 4 DATA TRIANGULATION METHODOLOGY 34
FIGURE 5 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED,
2018 VS. 2023 (USD MILLION) 37
FIGURE 6 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED,
2018 VS. 2023 (USD MILLION) 38
FIGURE 7 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2018 VS. 2023 (USD MILLION) 39
FIGURE 8 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SHARE, BY REGION, 2017 40
FIGURE 9 RISING CASES OF GLOBAL OUTBREAKS OF FOODBORNE ILLNESSES 41
FIGURE 10 CHINA IS PROJECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING
THE FORECAST PERIOD 42
FIGURE 11 GERMANY ACCOUNTED FOR THE LARGEST SHARE OF THE EUROPEAN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET WHILE PATHOGENS DOMINATED, IN TERMS OF
TARGET TESTED, IN 2017 43
FIGURE 12 GMO SEGMENT IS PROJECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING
THE FORECAST PERIOD 44
FIGURE 13 RAPID TECHNOLOGY TO BE DOMINANT IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 44
FIGURE 14 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET DYNAMICS 46
FIGURE 15 FOOD LOST/WASTED AT EACH STAGE OF THE PRODUCTION CHAIN (2012) 52
FIGURE 16 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION VOLUMES VS. FOOD WASTAGE VOLUMES, 2013 53
FIGURE 17 FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (FSMS) 54
FIGURE 18 FOOD TESTING AT RAW MATERIAL STAGE OF THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN 54
FIGURE 19 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS: FOOD DEALERS ADD 2% TO 7% TO THE PRICE OF
THE END PRODUCTS 56
FIGURE 20 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 57
FIGURE 21 REPORTED SHARE OF ADULTERATED FOOD INGREDIENTS, 2013 60
FIGURE 22 PATHOGENS SEGMENT TO BE DOMINANT IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 63
FIGURE 23 FOODBORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS, OUTBREAK-ASSOCIATED ILLNESSES,
AND HOSPITALIZATIONS IN THE US, 2016 66
FIGURE 24 FOOD SAFETY: TOP CONCERNS OF CONSUMERS 67
FIGURE 25 FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PATHOGENS, BY FOOD TESTED,
2018-2023 (USD MILLION) 68
FIGURE 26 SALMONELLA ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2018 VS. 2023 70
FIGURE 27 TRANSMISSION CYCLE OF ETEC (ENTEROTOXIGENIC E.COLI) 72
FIGURE 28 CASES OF E. COLI CONTAMINATION IN THE US & UK, 2006-2014 73
FIGURE 29 CASES OF SALMONELLA CONTAMINATION IN THE US & UK, 2006-2014 74
FIGURE 30 PROPORTION OF COMMODITY ORIGIN FOR FRESH AND PROCESSED FRUIT & VEGETABLE PRODUCTS TESTED IN 2015 78
FIGURE 31 RESULTS OF DOMESTIC SAMPLES BY COMMODITY GROUP, 2014 79
FIGURE 32 RESULTS OF IMPORT SAMPLES BY COMMODITY GROUP, 2014 79
FIGURE 33 INCREASING AREA FOR GM CROP PRODUCTION 82
FIGURE 34 APPROVED GM CROPS IN THE US, 2015 83
FIGURE 35 APPROVED GM TRAITS IN THE US 83
FIGURE 36 BIOTOXIN RECALLS IN THE US, 2006-2015 87
FIGURE 37 UNDECLARED ALLERGEN RECALLS IN AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND, 2006-2015 90
FIGURE 38 CHEMICAL & OTHER CONTAMINANT RECALLS, 2006-2015 99
FIGURE 39 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SHARE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2018 VS. 2023 111
FIGURE 40 US: FOODBORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS AND ASSOCIATED ILLNESSES,
BY SOURCE, 2016 112
FIGURE 41 US: FOODBORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS, BY FOOD CATEGORY, 2016 112
FIGURE 42 EUROPEAN UNION: FOODBORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS, 2017 113
FIGURE 43 EUROPEAN UNION: CASES OF FOODBORNE DISEASES, BY FOOD CATEGORY, 2016 113
FIGURE 44 DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD VEHICLES OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS OUTBREAKS OF SALMONELLOSIS, 2015 114
FIGURE 45 DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD VEHICLES OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS OUTBREAKS OF CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS, 2015 114
FIGURE 46 BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION OF MEAT & POULTRY PRODUCTS,
BY SLAUGHTER PROCESS, 2017 116
FIGURE 47 NUMBER OF NOTIFICATIONS, BY REGION, 2000-2016 126
FIGURE 48 THE US HELD THE LARGEST SHARE IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2017 127
FIGURE 49 NUMBER OF DEATHS RELATED TO CONFIRMED INFECTIONS, BY PATHOGEN, 2010-2016 130
FIGURE 50 US: FOODBORNE PATHOGEN INCIDENCE RATE PER 100,000 PERSONS,
2010-2016 130
FIGURE 51 US: FOODBORNE PATHOGEN INCIDENCES, 2010-2016 131
FIGURE 52 TOP FIVE FOOD-BORNE PATHOGENS IN THE US, 2016 132
FIGURE 53 NUMBER OF ILLNESSES CAUSED BY FOODBORNE BACTERIA, PARASITES,
AND VIRUSES, 2016 133
FIGURE 54 NUMBER OF HOSPITALIZATIONS CAUSED BY FOODBORNE BACTERIA, PARASITES, AND VIRUSES, 2016 134
FIGURE 55 NUMBER OF DEATHS CAUSED BY FOODBORNE BACTERIA, PARASITES, AND VIRUSES, 2016 134
FIGURE 56 REPORTED HOSPITALIZATION AND FATALITY CASES IN
THE EUROPEAN UNION, 2016 138
FIGURE 57 NUMBER OF CONTAMINANT NOTIFICATIONS, BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN, 2017 138
FIGURE 58 NUMBER OF NOTIFICATIONS, BY HAZARD CATEGORY
& NOTIFYING COUNTRY, 2017 139
FIGURE 59 NOTIFICATIONS BY HAZARD CATEGORY, 2013-2017 139
FIGURE 60 EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SNAPSHOT, 2017 140
FIGURE 61 GERMANY: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2012-2016 143
FIGURE 62 UK: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2012-2016 144
FIGURE 63 FRANCE: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2012-2016 145
FIGURE 64 ITALY: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2012-2016 147
FIGURE 65 POLAND: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2012-2016 149
FIGURE 66 SPAIN: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2012-2016 150
FIGURE 67 ASIA PACIFIC: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SNAPSHOT 152
FIGURE 68 TOP 10 CAUSES OF FOODBORNE ILLNESSES IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN
REGION, 2015 153
FIGURE 69 TOP 10 CAUSES OF DEATHS DUE TO FOODBORNE ILLNESSES IN
THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION 154
FIGURE 70 TOP 10 CAUSES OF DALYS DUE TO FOODBORNE ILLNESSES IN
THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION, 2015 154
FIGURE 71 CHINA: NUMBER OF FOOD POISONING CASES, 2000-2013 157
FIGURE 72 AUSTRALIA: NUMBER OF FOOD RECALLS VS. MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION RECALLS, 2006-2015 160
FIGURE 73 LEGISLATION PROCESS IN THE EU 173
FIGURE 74 ROLE OF THE EFSA TO REDUCE CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS 174
FIGURE 75 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING, 2018 191
FIGURE 76 TOP FIVE PLAYERS LED THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2018 194
FIGURE 77 SGS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 195
FIGURE 78 EUROFINS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 199
FIGURE 79 INTERTEK: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 203
FIGURE 80 BUREAU VERITAS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 206
FIGURE 81 ALS LIMITED: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 209
FIGURE 82 T-V S-D: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 212
FIGURE 83 T-V NORD GROUP: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 214
FIGURE 84 NEOGEN CORPORATION: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 216
FIGURE 85 ASUREQUALITY: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 220

 

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