2012 Food and Beverage Research Review
- Analysis of leading and emerging competitors in the current worldwide energy food and drink market.
- Information about infant formula, baby meals and the technological issues are also discussed, which includes the latest trends and developments of the baby food market.
- In-depth analysis of the food traceability market that will enable the readers to make effective decisions and provide key growing market areas that promise immense opportunities and long-term growth.
In an increasingly interconnected global economy and global environment, the questions of what are we eating, and where it came from, provide the impetus for new types of technology to enter the food and beverage market. Sequencing technologies that formerly took weeks to determine what type of food-borne outbreak had occurred now take a couple of days.
The growing middle class in BRIC and Asia-Pacific countries has allowed the expansion of high value-added energy and health foods and drinks. This also has opened up new avenues for sophisticated products and services based on emerging technologies such as organic produce tracking and food-borne illness epidemiology.
This Food and Beverage Research Review provides a sampling of the type of quantitative market information, analysis and guidance that has been aiding business decision making since BCC was founded in 1971. It includes highlights of reports published in 2012 on the following food and beverage markets:
- Energy Foods and Drinks: Global Markets.
- Global Markets for Baby Foods.
- Food Traceability: Technologies and Global Markets.
- The Global Compound Feed Market: Technology Developments and Market Changes.
- Global Markets and Technologies for Food Safety Testing.
We hope you find this Research Review valuable, and we look forward to serving our customers’ food and beverage market research needs.
- The global market for non-sugar sweeteners in 2010 was $9.2 billion and is expected to reach $9.3 billion in 2011. The market is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.1% and reach nearly $9.9 billion by 2016.
- Global sales of anti-counterfeiting packaging technologies to the drug and food industries amounted to $59 billion in 2009 and are projected to reach $74.2 billion in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3% from 2010 to 2015. North America is projected to account for 59.8% of global sales, making it the largest market for anti-counterfeiting packaging technologies in 2015.
- Global sales of probiotic ingredients, supplements, and foods amounted to $21.6 billion in 2010 and are expected to reach $31.1 billion by 2015 with a CAGR of 7.6% for the next 5-year period.