The food safety testing practice has increased considerably over the past few years because of the growing incidences of foodborne illnesses and poisoning caused by contaminated food products. Companies engaged in the manufacturing and distribution of food products are mandated by the respective regional and international regulatory agencies to implement food safety testing and certification.
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High growth in the market is driven by the rising awareness among the consumers about the usage of safe food products along with the need to protect the environment. Further, the rising concerns over global food security and sustainability have led to extensive investments by the various governments across the globe. The key players in the global food safety testing market are expanding their product and service offerings by working upon different patterns of testing, enhancing their products to provide better tests.
The systems manufacturers are the players who offer food safety testing products, such as diagnostic kits, HPLC systems, pathogen and toxin testing products, and general lab equipment and supplies to the testing laboratories of the food production companies or a third-party testing laboratory. Some of the established system providers in the industry are 3M, Thermo Fisher, BioMerieux, Merck, Agilent Technologies, and Bio-Rad Laboratories.
The key service providers operating in the industry are the large food testing laboratories that provide testing services to the food manufacturing companies and the public. The systems and services segment comprises of a huge number of large- and medium-sized laboratories spread across all the regions. Some of the leading players in this sector are SGS, Bureau Veritas, Intertek, TUV SUD, AsureQuality, Eurofins, and ALS Ltd.
Rapid and traditional are the two major technologies being used for the food safety testing process. The upcoming advanced technologies in the market have significantly accelerated the processes of food testing. The choice of rapid or traditional techniques in the food safety testing industry varies widely in different areas. For example, in the U.S., the rapid testing technology holds the major share, but the developing regions such as India and China are yet to be open toward the rapid testing technologies.
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The food and beverage industry tests their raw materials for a wide range of contaminants. An array of techniques are methodologies are used for the same across different stages pf production and packaging. The technologies considered in the study are PCR, molecular reaction, chromatography, inductively coupled plasma, culture media, and others. Inductively coupled plasma is expected to grow the highest during the forecast period.
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