The food safety testing market is expected to experience strong growth in the following years. Two new reports explore this market and where it's headed.
Each year, approximately 48 million people succumb to food-borne illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While many of these cases are harmless, with individuals experiencing a full recovery in just a few days, others are not. The CDC says that of those 48 million food-borne illnesses, 128,000 results in hospitalization and 3,000 result in death.
Raw meats have the greatest risk of food-borne illness simply because they offer ideal breeding grounds for viruses and bacteria.
According to the Food Safety Testing Market by Cont… Forecast to 2021 report by ReportsnReports, the global food safety testing market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) 7.4%. Featuring 213 pages with 71 tables and 75 figures, it's a comprehensive report that covers the market from all angles. The report cites several drivers for the food safety market, including a global increase in food-borne illness outages; greater implementation of food safety regulations; and the emergence of untapped regions. All of these factors are believed to help the food safety market grow. The report provides further data on market penetration, product development, market development, market diversification, and competitive assessment.
The Global Food Safety Testing Market … Forecast to 2027 report by Market Research Future is a second comprehensive report on the food safety testing market, with forecast data through 2027. Much like the aforementioned report, it also predicts strong growth for the food safety testing market, attributing this growth to the increasing number of food-borne illnesses, along with stronger government regulations, and a growing awareness surrounding food testing products for the public. This report segments the food safety testing market into several categories, including contaminants, technology, and food type. For food types, segmentation may include meat & poultry, dairy, processed food, fruit, etc. For contaminants, segmentation may include pathogens, Pesticides, GMO’s, Toxins.
Some of the key food safety testing vendors profiled in this report include Accugen laboratories, Adpen laboratories, aegis food testing laboratories, ALS limited, Avomeen analytical services, Bio-Rad laboratories, Campden bri, Bureau veritas sa, Genevac Ltd.
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