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2019 Food and Beverage Research Review

  • ID: 4855527
  • Report
  • November 2019
  • 204 Pages
  • BCC Research
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Report Scope

Food industry is emerging as a high-growth, high-profit industry with huge potential, especially in the food processing, packaging and functional foods segment. The advent of technology provides information for companies in making better decisions and providing transparency to consumers that is required in the supply chain. Technology is one of the prime factors that has enabled simpler packaging and processing solutions with modern industrial convenience. The newer packaging and processing solutions generate less waste and have increased recyclability. The technological breakthroughs are increasing the consumer demands with practical packaging solutions such as resealable packages, single-portion packages.

Food processing is any deliberate change of raw ingredients into consumable food. It involves a series of procedures to achieve foodstuff that is consumable. The food processing chain involves a variety of machines and equipment. The processed food industry is growing at a moderate rate. The growth in food processing industry is directly attributed to the utilization of food processing machinery. Complex food processing equipment has become acceptable in segments such as fruit and vegetable processing, dairy processing and poultry and meat processing. Manufacturers have developed equipment with increasingly sophisticated levels of control to reduce cost, improve product quality and enable the production of a variety of foodstuffs. Microprocessors are now used almost universally to control food processing equipment. Entire processes are automated, from the receipt of materials, through processing and packaging to warehousing. This automation requires high levels of capital investment by manufacturers, but automation also results in improved quality assurance, reduced production costs and less waste.

The food industry has embraced sustainable packaging, which means packaging that is compostable, recyclable, reusable and created and transported with renewable energy. Packaging machinery manufacturers follow a number of business strategies. Big players have emerged as providers of complete, integrated turnkey packaging lines. Such companies offer value-added design, engineering and integration services, along with machinery and traditional after-sales service and support. Others dominate specialized technologies, such as equipment for dispensing adhesives or coding packages. A number of converters (firms that produce packaging materials from basic products such as paper, metal, etc.) also manufacture equipment to process the materials that make up their principal business. Many other companies offer specific equipment types, components and technology services.

Manufacturers of packaging machinery face a rapidly changing and highly competitive environment. The large consumer packaged goods manufacturers that purchase most packaging machinery have global supply chains not only for their production inputs, but also for the machinery and materials they use to package their finished goods.

For years, consumers living on the U.S. coast have enjoyed access to healthy foods, easily stumbling upon kombucha or probiotic-filled chocolates in trendy, niche boutiques and health food stores. In recent years, we’ve seen larger corporations embrace wellness, starting a strong ripple effect and bringing better food at better prices to grocery stores across the country. These moves indicate a strong interest among millennials, a demographic that with an estimated buying power of 1 trillion is more dedicated to eating well and supporting ethical, sustainable business practices with its dollars than any other generation.

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Chapter 1 Foreword

  • Foreword

Chapter 2 Global Markets and Technologies for Food Safety Testing (FOD011K)

  • Introduction
  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Intended Audience
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Custom Research
  • Related Reports
  • Summary and Highlights
  • Market and Technology Background
  • Types of Contaminants
  • Food Safety Testing
  • Market Drivers
  • Growth of the Global Food and Beverage Market
  • Increasing International Trade in Foodstuffs
  • Trends in the Incidence of Foodborne Diseases
  • Stringent Regulations to Ensure Food Safety
  • Product Liability Claims

Chapter 3 World Markets for Fermentation Ingredients (FOD020F)

  • Introduction
  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of Report
  • Methodology
  • Information Sources
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related Reports
  • Summary and Highlights
  • Driving Trends
  • Market and Technology Background
  • Main Fermentation Categories and Products
  • Conversion Rates and Global Carbohydrate Demand
  • Availability of Carbohydrates
  • Population Growth
  • Economic Trends
  • Manufacturing Activities, by Country
  • Agricultural Land
  • Meat Consumption
  • Crop Production
  • Crop Consumption
  • Organic Ingredients and Products

Chapter 4 Global Markets for Non-sugar Sweeteners (FOD044C)

  • Introduction
  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related Reports
  • Summary and Highlights
  • Drivers
  • Steady Adoption of Non-sugar Sweeteners in the Food Industry
  • Rising Demand for Non-sugar Sweeteners in the Global Beverage Industry
  • Increasing Global Dairy Market
  • Increasing Obesity Rates
  • Rising Prevalence of Diabetes
  • Positive Role in Dental Health
  • Challenges
  • Adverse Effects of Non-sugar Sweeteners
  • Market and Technology Background
  • Non-sugar Sweeteners
  • High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
  • Low-Intensity Sweeteners
  • High-Intensity Sweeteners
  • Natural High-Intensity Sweeteners
  • Artificial High-Intensity Sweeteners
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Non-sugar Sweeteners

Chapter 5 Global Markets for Food Processing and Food Packaging Equipment (FOD066C)

  • Introduction
  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of the Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related Reports
  • Summary and Highlights
  • Market Overview
  • Advanced Food Processing and Packaging Technologies
  • Definitions
  • Food Processing
  • Food Packaging

Chapter 6 Dairy Ingredients and Dairy Alternatives Market Outlook (FOD081A)

  • Introduction to Dairy Ingredients
  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related Reports
  • Summary and Highlights
  • Market Overview
  • Global Milk Market Scenario
  • World Trade in Milk Products in 2017
  • International Dairy Price Movements
  • Global Milk Trade Statistics
  • Dairy Commodities: Trading and Derivatives
  • Drivers
  • Protein Demand Driving the Global Dairy Ingredients Market
  • Rising Demand for Infant Milk Formula (IMF) Powder
  • Rising Demand for Bakery Products
  • Restraints
  • Threat of Substitutes from Non-Dairy Protein Ingredients
  • Health Risks Associated with Adulteration
  • Global Dairy Alternatives Market
  • Classification of Plant-Based Milk
  • Technological Interventions in Improving Quality and Acceptability of Plant-Based Milk Alternatives
  • Blending for Nutritional Balance and Improvement in Sensory Acceptability
  • Fortification of Plant-Based Milk
  • Labeling and Marketing Requirements
  • Future Research and Conclusion
  • Soymilk

Chapter 7 Global Food Waste Management Market (FOD082A)

  • Introduction
  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Intended Audience
  • Recent Developments
  • Scope of Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related Reports
  • Summary and Highlights
  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • ROW
  • Market and Technology Background
  • Food Waste Management by Type of Process
  • Aerobic Digestion
  • Anaerobic Digestion
  • Incineration/Combustion
  • Other Processes
  • Food Waste Management by Waste Type
  • Cereals
  • Dairy Products
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Meat
  • Fish and Seafood
  • Oilseeds and Pulses
  • Processed Food
  • Coffee Grounds and Tea
  • Key Methods of Food Waste Management
  • Prevention
  • Optimization
  • Recycling
  • Disposal
  • Food Waste Management by Industries
  • Primary Food Producers
  • Food Manufacturers
  • Food Distributors and Suppliers
  • Food Service Providers
  • Municipalities and Households
  • Food Waste Management by Application
  • Animal Feed
  • Fertilizers
  • Biofuel
  • Power Generation
  • Drivers
  • Increasing Levels of Global Food Waste
  • Growing Requirement to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Increasing Usage of Organic Waste to Produce Animal Feed and Fertilizers
  • Technological Advancements in Effective Waste Management
  • Growing Popularity of Alternative Energy Generation Sources
  • Challenges
  • Effective Collection of Food Waste and Adverse Effects of Waste Processing Techniques on the Environment

List of Tables
Table 1: Global Market for Food Safety Testing, by Contaminant Testing, Through 2024
Table 2: Food Contaminated, by Pathogen
Table 3: Pathogens Newly Associated with Foodborne Illness Since the Mid-1970S
Table 4: Types of Food Contaminated, by Mycotoxins
Table 5: Food Contaminated, by Seafood Toxins
Table 6: Notable Foodborne Outbreaks, 2011-2018
Table 7: Global Imports of Food and Agricultural Products, by Country, Through 2016
Table 8: Acts Related to Food Safety, by Country/Region
Table 9: Global Market for Fermentation-Derived Fine Chemicals, by Ingredient Type, Through 2024
Table 10: Typical Carbohydrate Conversion Rates for Fermentation Products
Table 11: Starch Content Share of Grains and Tubers
Table 12: Global Population, by Selected Countries, Through 2024
Table 13: Consumer Price Index Growth Rate, by Selected Countries, 2017-2018
Table 14: Top Three Manufacturing Activities, by Country, 2018
Table 15: Total Agricultural Land Share, by Country, 2010 and 2017
Table 16: Distribution of Agricultural Land, by Country, 2018
Table 17: Share of Agriculture in GDP, by Selected Countries, 2010-2018
Table 18: Beef and Veal Consumption, by Selected Countries, Through 2025
Table 19: Pork Consumption, by Selected Countries, Through 2025
Table 20: Poultry Consumption, by Selected Countries, Through 2025
Table 21: Lamb/Mutton Consumption, by Selected Countries, Through 2025
Table 22: Wheat Production, by Selected Countries, Through 2025
Table 23: Corn Production, by Selected Countries, Through 2025
Table 24: Rice Production, by Country, Through 2025
Table 25: Corn Production, by Selected Countries, Through 2025
Table 26: Wheat Consumption, by Selected Countries, Through 2019
Table 27: Corn Consumption, by Selected Countries, Through 2019
Table 28: Regulatory Guidelines for Organic Production and Handling of Example Fermented Ingredients, by Country/Region
Table 29: Global Market for Non-sugar Sweeteners, by Type, Through 2023
Table 30: Per Capita Food Consumption in Developing Countries, 2005-2050
Table 31: Global Market Value of Beverage Packaging, 2015-2021
Table 32: Possible Adverse Effects of Non-sugar Sweeteners
Table 33: Relative Sweetness of Low-Intensity Sweeteners Compared to Sugar
Table 34: Relative Sweetness of High-Intensity Sweeteners Compared to Sugar
Table 35: Global Market for Food Processing and Packaging Equipment, by Type, Through 2023
Table 36: Materials Used for Food Packaging
Table 37: Global Market for Dairy Ingredients, by Product Type, Through 2023
Table 38: Global Market for Dairy Ingredients, by Region, Through 2023
Table 39: Selected International Prices for Milk Products and Dairy Price Index
Table 40: Global Snapshot of Milk Equivalent Volume, Main Players, Changes January-March 2019 on January-March 2018
Table 41: Global Snapshot of Milk Equivalent Volume, Main Players, Changes January-December 2018 on January-December 2017
Table 42: Dairy Ingredients, Functionality and Composition
Table 43: Components of Formula
Table 44: Nutritional Comparison of Milk and Milk Alternatives
Table 45: Products Tested Positive for Melamine
Table 46: Range of Melamine Levels Detected in Various Food Products
Table 47: Reported Number of Children in China Affected by Melamine of 22.4 Million Patients Screened, as of Dec. 1, 2008
Table 48: Timeline of the Development of Baby Milk Salmonella Scandal
Table 49: Functional Components of Plant-Based Milk Alternatives and Their Health Benefits
Table 50: Limitation in Consumption and Technological Interventions for Increased Acceptability of Plant-Based Milk Alternatives
Table 51: Nutritional Comparison of Commercially Available, Selected Plant-Based Milk Alternatives
Table 52: Global Market for Food Waste Management, by Application, Through 2024
Table 53: Typical Composition of Biogas from Anaerobic Digesters
Table 54: Advantages and Disadvantages of Incineration
Table 55: Amount of Waste Generated for Different Animal Meat
Table 56: Cost of Power Generation from Biogas and Solar
Table 57: Cost of Global Food Waste, 2014
Table 58: Top 16 Countries with the Highest Food Wastage Per Person/Per Year, 2017
Table 59: Estimated Yearly Per Capita Food Waste, by Region, 2017
Table 60: Global Warming Potential of Green House Gases
Table 61: Per Capita Food Wastage Footprint on Climate, by Region

List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Market for Food Safety Testing, by Contaminant Testing, 2018-2024
Figure 2: Multistate Foodborne Illness Outbreaks in the United States, 1998-2017
Figure 3: Global Market for Fermentation-Derived Fine Chemicals, by Ingredient Type, 2018-2024
Figure 4: Categorization of Industrial Fermentation Products
Figure 5: Largest Suppliers of Sugar, 2015-2019e
Figure 6: Development of Utilization Ratio for Cereals, 1970-2019*
Figure 7: Wheat and Corn Prices, 1990-2018
Figure 8: Global Population, by Selected Countries, 2019 and 2024
Figure 9: Share of Major Manufacturing Activities, by Country, 2018
Figure 10: Total Agricultural Land Share, by Country, 2010 and 2017
Figure 11: Distribution of Agricultural Land, by Country, 2018
Figure 12: Global Market Shares of Non-sugar Sweeteners, by Type, 2018 and 2023
Figure 13: Global Food Price Index Worldwide, 2010-2016
Figure 14: Global Retail Sales of Specialty Food Products, 2016
Figure 15: Global Production of Food Commodities, 2017
Figure 16: Global Consumption Shares of Sweeteners in the Food and Beverage Industry, by Type, 2017
Figure 17: Global Market Shares of Beverage Revenues, by Segment, 2017
Figure 18: Global Market Shares of Beverage Consumption, by Region, 2021
Figure 19: Expected Breakdown Share of Global Revenue of Beverages, by Region, 2022
Figure 20: Global Cow Milk Production Share, by Region, 2016
Figure 21: Global Milk Production, by Species, 2005-2016
Figure 22: Global Dairy Price Index, 2010-2016
Figure 23: Global Trading of Dairy Products, 2005-2015
Figure 24: Global Overweight and Obesity Rates, by Selected Countries, 2017
Figure 25: Number of People Aged 20-79 Years Old with Diabetes, 2017 and 2045
Figure 26: Number of Adults Aged 20-79 Years Old Estimated to be Affected by Diabetes, by Country, 2045
Figure 27: Total Healthcare Outlook for Diabetes Patients, for Adults 20-79 Years Old, by Country, 2045
Figure 28: Global Market Shares of Dental Health, by Region, 2014
Figure 29: Global Market for Food Processing and Packaging Equipment, by Type, 2017-2023
Figure 30: Global Market for Dairy Ingredients, by Product Type, 2017-2023
Figure 31: Global Market for Dairy Ingredients, by Region, 2017-2023
Figure 32: New Zealand Butter Export Volume to Selected Destinations, 2015-2017
Figure 33: EU Cheese Export Volume to Japan, 2013-2017
Figure 34: Mexican SMP Import Volume from the EU and the United States, 2013-2018
Figure 35: New Zealand WMP Export Volume, 2013-2017
Figure 36: Farmgate Milk Price Manual
Figure 37: Global Daily Protein Demand, Animal vs. Plant-Based Sources, 2007-2023
Figure 38: Global Infant Formula Market, 2012-2023
Figure 39: Global Distribution of Melamine-Contaminated Products as Reported to INFOSAN
Figure 40: Global Distribution of Melamine-Contaminated Products as Reported to INFOSAN
Figure 41: Simplified Hydrocolloid Selection Chart for Processed Beverages, Fallourd and Viscione, 2009
Figure 42: Schematic Diagram for Preparation of Calcium-Fortified SoyMilk
Figure 43: Illinois Process for Preparation of Soymilk
Figure 44: Global Market Shares of Food Waste Management, by Application, 2019 and 2024
Figure 45: Food Waste Management Hierarchy

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