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Global Food Safety Testing Market Fueled By Recent Incidents Of Food-Borne Illnesses And Product Recalls

Press Release   •   Feb 06, 2017 06:27 EST

A report recently added to the vast repository of states that the food safety testing market has received significant impetus in recent years owing to the alarming rise in food-borne illnesses and food poisoning brought on the consumption of contaminated food products. The 100-page research publication is titled “Food Safety Testing (By Contaminant, Pathogen, Technology & Region) - Global Forecast” and indicates that the global food safety testing market will expand at a healthy CAGR of over 6.0% from 2015 to 2020, the report’s forecast period.

This publication provides readers with a comprehensive evaluation of the constantly evolving and fast growing market for food safety testing. With the help of 86 figures and tables, the report offers sharp insight on the different kinds of testing methods and the various factors that drive and challenge their development over the next four years.

The food safety testing market is studied in depth by segmenting it on the basis of four key parameters: contaminant, pathogen food testing, country/region, and method/technology.

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By contaminant, the food safety testing market is categorized into genetically modified organisms, pathogens, agricultural chemicals, allergens, and toxins. Among these, pathogen testing has emerged as not only the dominant food testing procedure but also the most rapidly developing segment during the course of the forecast period.

On the basis of pathogen, the food safety testing market is segmented into E-coli, salmonella, campylobacter, listeria, and others. In 2014, E-coli and salmonella garnered the highest share in the overall food safety testing market.

By geography, the global market is fragmented into Western Europe, North America, China, Japan, and others. North America has been the leader in the food safety testing market, accounting for the highest share.

On the basis of method/technology, the food safety testing market is segregated into molecular diagnostics, traditional microbiology, and immunodiagnostics. The report predicts that molecular diagnostics and immunodiagnostics will remain the most effective testing methods over the course of the forecast period.

Highlighting the key forces acting in favor and against the development of the global food safety testing market, the report states that regulatory modernization and recent food recalls and strong consumer feedback have greatly supported the growth of the market. In contrast, antibiotic resistance of some contaminants and pathogens is likely to impede the expansion of the food safety testing market.

The research report on the food safety testing market has been designed with the help of data gathered from several primary and secondary research sources, proprietary databases, and in-house industry experts. Information from secondary sources such as news websites, trade journals, government agencies, newspapers, books, industry associations, search engines, government websites, white papers, magazines, trade associations, and industry portals has collated, sorted, and thoroughly assessed to give readers the latest and most analytical inputs on the workings of the global food safety testing market.

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