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Competitive Assessment: The food waste recycling machine market report will profile global as well key regional players
- Emerson Electric Co.
- Oklin International
- Hungry Giant Recycling
- Bhor Engineering Company Limited
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- Company profile
- SWOT analysis
- Main market information
- Market share
- Revenue, pricing and gross margin
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North America maintains its lead as the largest food waste recycling market, with volume sales set to surpass 3,000 units in 2018. Attempts to foster recycling activities have taken off at the federal level in the U.S. and Canada, in the wake of a huge ratio of food wastage per capita. APEJ and Europe are likely to be the second and third most attractive market, owing to sweeping concerns for efficient food waste management, estimates the research study.