Food Safety Testing Market by Food Tested (Meat & Poultry, Dairy, Processed Foods, and Fruits & Vegetables), Target Tested (Pathogens, Pesticides, GMOs, and Toxins), Technology (Traditional and Rapid), and Region - Global Forecast to 2022

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The food safety testing market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.60% between 2017 and 2022

The global food safety testing market was valued at USD 12.01 billion in 2016, and is projected to reach a value of USD 18.54 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 7.60% from 2017. The food safety testing market is driven by the global rise in foodborne outbreaks, advancements in testing technologies, globalization of food supply, and stringent international food safety regulations. The lack of food control infrastructure & resources in developing countries and lack of awareness about food safety regulations among food manufacturers have been considered as the restraining factors for the market.

Rapid technologies are projected form the faster-growing segment during the forecast period

One of the major drivers for the growth of rapid technologies is their multifunctional nature to offer time-efficient and flexible testing options to end users. The increasing significance of rapid technologies offering easy-to-use, efficient, and quick results has greatly enhanced their functionality. Incorporating rapid technologies provides their end users with increased quality and turnaround time for each test.

GMOs are projected be the fastest-growing targets tested for food safety during the forecast period

One of the drivers for the growth of GMOs segment is the rise in consumer concerns about genetically modified organisms in food. Strict food regulations, globally, have made GMO testing a mandatory requirement in several countries. Also, consumers in developed countries such as the US demand more organic food and non-GMOs products, which will further drive the market for GMO testing.

Asia Pacific is projected be the fastest-growing region for food safety testing during the forecast period

Asia Pacific is projected to be the fastest-growing region from 2017 to 2022, due to its large market base for food & beverages, improved standards of living due to the rise in income levels, increased awareness about food safety, and growth in the number of food safety testing companies in the region.

Break-up of Primaries:

• By Company Type – Tier 1: 35%, Tier 2: 45%, and Tier 3: 20%
• By Designation – C level: 25%, Directors: 30%, and Others*: 45%
• By Region – North America: 20%, Europe: 25%, Asia Pacific: 45%, and RoW: 10%

*Others include sales managers, marketing managers, and product managers.

Leading players profiled in this report are as follows:

• SGS SA (Switzerland)
• Eurofins Scientific (Luxembourg)
• Intertek Group plc (UK)
• Bureau Veritas SA (France)
• ALS Limited (Australia)
• Mιrieux NutriSciences (US)
• TάV SάD (Germany)
• TάV Nord Group (Germany)
• AsureQuality Ltd (New Zealand)
• Microbac Laboratories, Inc. (US)
• Genetic ID NA, Inc. (US)
• Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (US)

Research Coverage:

The food safety testing market has been segmented on the basis of technology, food tested, and target tested, which are further divided into their respective subsegments. It has also been segmented on the basis of region into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW). In terms of insights, this research report has focused on various levels of analyses—industry analysis, company profiles of top players, which together comprise and discuss the basic views on the competitive landscape, emerging & high-growth segments of the food safety testing market, high-growth regions, countries, drivers, restraints, and opportunities.

Reasons to buy this report:

• To get a comprehensive overview of the global food safety testing market
• To gain wide-ranging information about the top players in this industry, their service portfolios, and key strategies adopted by the players
• To gain insights about country- and region-based market trends and growth prospects in the food safety testing market
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 22
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 22
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 22
1.3 STUDY SCOPE 23
1.4 PERIODIZATION CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 24
1.5 CURRENCY 25
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 25

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 26
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 26
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 27
2.1.1.1 Key data from secondary sources 27
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 27
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 28
2.1.2.2 Key industry insights 29
2.1.2.3 Breakdown of primaries 29
2.2 MARKET BREAKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 30
2.3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 31
2.4 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS 33

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 35

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 39
4.1 OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 39
4.2 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY KEY COUNTRY/REGION 40
4.3 EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED & COUNTRY 41
4.4 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY 42
4.5 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED & REGION 43

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 44
5.1 INTRODUCTION 44
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 45
5.2.1 DRIVERS 46
5.2.1.1 Global increase in outbreaks of foodborne illnesses 46
5.2.1.2 Implementation of stringent food safety regulations 46
5.2.1.3 Globalization of food trade 48
5.2.1.4 Availability of advanced technology capable of rapid testing 48
5.2.1.5 Increase in demand for convenience and packaged food products 48
5.2.1.6 Rise in outbreaks of chemical contamination in food processing and manufacturing industries 48
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 49
5.2.2.1 Lack of food control infrastructure & resources in developing countries 49
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES 50
5.2.3.1 Emerging markets for food safety testing 50
5.2.3.2 Growth in consumer awareness 51
5.2.4 CHALLENGES 51
5.2.4.1 Time-consuming testing methods 51
5.2.4.2 Inappropriate sample collection standardization 52
5.2.4.3 Lack of harmonization of food safety regulations 52

6 INDUSTRY TRENDS 53
6.1 INTRODUCTION 53
6.2 FOOD TESTING INDUSTRY 56
6.3 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 57
6.3.1 INPUT MARKET 57
6.3.2 FOOD MARKET 57
6.3.3 DISTRIBUTION 57
6.4 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 58
6.4.1 UPSTREAM PROCESS 58
6.4.1.1 R&D 58
6.4.1.2 Production 58
6.4.2 MIDSTREAM PROCESS 58
6.4.2.1 Processing & transforming 58
6.4.2.2 Transportation 59
6.4.3 DOWNSTREAM PROCESS 59
6.4.3.1 Final preparation 59
6.4.3.2 Distribution 59
6.5 UPCOMING TECHNOLOGIES IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 60
6.5.1 MICROARRAY 60
6.5.2 PHAGES 60
6.5.3 BIO-CHIP 61
6.5.4 BIOSENSORS 61
6.5.5 FLOW CYTOMETRY 61
6.5.6 NMR 61
6.5.7 NIRS 61
6.5.8 ICP 62
6.6 UPCOMING TRENDS EXPECTED TO IMPACT THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 62
6.6.1 FOOD SAFETY ON TRACEABILITY SYSTEMS AND FOOD DIAGNOSTICS 62
6.6.2 REGULATORY IMPOSITIONS ON GM LABELING 62
6.6.3 INTRODUCTION OF GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY INITIATIVE (GFSI) 63
6.6.4 FOOD SAFETY TESTING LABORATORIES AND LAWS & LEGISLATIONS 63

7 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED 64
7.1 INTRODUCTION 65
7.2 PATHOGENS 67
7.2.1 E. COLI 72
7.2.2 SALMONELLA 73
7.2.3 CAMPYLOBACTER 75
7.2.4 LISTERIA 76
7.2.5 OTHER PATHOGENS 77
7.3 PESTICIDES 78
7.3.1 REGULATORY MONITORING OF HUMAN FOOD 79
7.4 GMOS 82
7.4.1 APPROVED GM VARIETIES & TRAITS IN THE US 83
7.4.1.1 GM varieties, by crop 84
7.4.1.2 GM varieties, by trait 84
7.5 TOXINS 86
7.6 OTHERS 90

8 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY 94
8.1 INTRODUCTION 95
8.2 TRADITIONAL 97
8.2.1 AGAR CULTURING 97
8.3 RAPID 98
8.3.1 CONVENIENCE-BASED ASSAY 100
8.3.2 PCR-BASED ASSAY 101
8.3.3 IMMUNOASSAY-BASED 102
8.3.4 OTHER MOLECULAR-BASED TESTS 103

9 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED 104
9.1 INTRODUCTION 105
9.2 MEAT & POULTRY 110
9.3 DAIRY PRODUCTS 112
9.4 PROCESSED FOOD 114
9.5 FRUITS & VEGETABLES 115
9.6 OTHERS 117

10 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY REGION 119
10.1 INTRODUCTION 120
10.2 NORTH AMERICA 122
10.2.1 US 124
10.2.2 CANADA 128
10.2.3 MEXICO 130
10.3 EUROPE 131
10.3.1 GERMANY 136
10.3.2 FRANCE 138
10.3.3 UK 139
10.3.4 ITALY 140
10.3.5 POLAND 142
10.3.6 REST OF EUROPE 144
10.4 ASIA PACIFIC 145
10.4.1 FOODBORNE DISEASES IN THE WHO SOUTH-EAST ASIA REGION 147
10.4.2 CHINA 149
10.4.3 INDIA 151
10.4.4 JAPAN 152
10.4.5 AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 153
10.4.6 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 154
10.5 REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) 155
10.5.1 BRAZIL 156
10.5.2 ARGENTINA 157
10.5.3 SOUTH AFRICA 158
10.5.4 OTHERS IN ROW 159

11 REGULATIONS FOR THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 160
11.1 INTRODUCTION 160
11.2 INTERNATIONAL BODY FOR FOOD SAFETY STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS 160
11.2.1 CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION (CAC) 160
11.3 GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY INITIATIVE (GFSI) 160
11.4 NORTH AMERICA 161
11.4.1 US REGULATIONS 161
11.4.1.1 Federal legislation 161
11.4.1.1.1 State legislation 161
11.4.1.1.2 Food safety in retail food 161
11.4.1.1.3 Food safety in trade 162
11.4.1.1.4 HACCP regulation in the US 162
11.4.1.1.5 US regulation for foodborne pathogens in poultry 162
11.4.1.1.6 Food safety regulations for fruit & vegetable growers 162
11.4.1.1.7 GMOs regulation in US 162
11.4.1.1.8 FDA food safety modernization act (FSMA) 163
11.4.1.1.9 Labeling of GM foods 163
11.4.1.1.10 Regulatory guidance by FDA for Aflatoxins 163
11.4.1.1.11 Pesticide regulation in the US 164
11.4.2 CANADA 164
11.4.3 MEXICO 165
11.5 EUROPE 165
11.5.1 EUROPEAN UNION REGULATIONS 165
11.5.1.1 The microbiological criteria regulation 166
11.5.1.2 Melamine legislation 166
11.5.1.3 General food law for food safety 166
11.5.1.4 GMOs regulation 168
11.5.1.5 Toxins regulation 168
11.5.1.5.1 Ochratoxin A 168
11.5.1.5.2 Dioxin and PBCs 168
11.5.1.5.3 Fusarium toxins 169
11.5.1.5.4 Aflatoxins 169
11.5.1.5.4.1 Mycotoxin regulation 169
11.5.1.5.5 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) 172
11.5.2 GERMANY 172
11.5.3 UK 172
11.5.4 FRANCE 173
11.5.5 ITALY 173
11.5.6 POLAND 173
11.6 ASIA PACIFIC 174
11.6.1 CHINA 174
11.6.1.1 Regulatory bodies 174
11.6.1.2 Efforts to standardize food safety systems 175
11.6.2 JAPAN 175
11.6.3 INDIA 175
11.6.3.1 Food safety standards amendment regulations, 2012 175
11.6.3.2 Food safety standards amendment regulations, 2011 176
11.6.3.3 Food safety and standards act, 2006 176
11.6.4 AUSTRALIA 177
11.6.4.1 Food standards Australia New Zealand 177
11.6.5 NEW ZEALAND 178
11.6.5.1 GMOs labeling regulation in the Asia Pacific 178
11.6.6 INDONESIA 179
11.6.6.1 General law for food safety 179
11.6.7 REGULATION ON PESTICIDES 179
11.6.8 REGULATIONS ON MYCOTOXINS IN FOOD 179
11.6.9 CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS 179
11.6.10 GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOODS 180
11.6.11 ALLERGEN: REGULATION ON ALLERGEN LABELING IN FOOD 180
11.7 REST OF THE WORLD 181
11.7.1 SOUTH AFRICA 181
11.7.1.1 International vs. local standards & legislations 181
11.7.1.2 Private standards in south africa & the requirements for product testing 181
11.7.2 BRAZIL 182
11.7.2.1 The ministry of agriculture, livestock, and food supply (MAPA) 182
11.7.2.2 Ministry of health (MS) 182
11.7.3 ARGENTINA 183

12 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 184
12.1 INTRODUCTION 184
12.2 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING 184
12.2.1 VISIONARY LEADERS 184
12.2.2 INNOVATORS 184
12.2.3 DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS 185
12.2.4 EMERGING COMPANIES 185
12.3 COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING 186
12.3.1 STRENGTH OF SERVICE OFFERING 186
12.3.2 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE 187
*Top 25 companies analyzed for this study are – SGS SA (Switzerland), Eurofins Scientific (Luxembourg), Intertek Group plc (UK), Bureau Veritas SA (France), ALS Limited (Australia), Mιrieux NutriSciences (US), TUV SάD (Germany), TάV Nord Group (Germany), AsureQuality Ltd (New Zealand), Microbac Laboratories, Inc. (US), Genetic ID NA, Inc. (US), Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (US), Neogen Corporation (US), Romer Labs Division Holding GmbH (Austria), SCS Global Services (US), TLR International Laboratories (Netherlands), Symbio Laboratories (Australia), OMIC USA INC. (US), Trilogy Analytical Laboratory (US), Nav Labs Pty Ltd (Australia), Agrifood Technology (Australia), Alex Stewart International (UK), ifp Institut fόr Produktqualitδt GmbH (Germany), UL LLC (US), R J Hill Laboratories Ltd (New Zealand)
12.4 MARKET RANKING, BY KEY PLAYER 188

13 COMPANY PROFILES 189 (Business Overview, Strength Of Product Portfolio, Services Offered, Business Strategy Excellence & Recent Developments)*
13.1 SGS SA 189
13.2 BUREAU VERITAS S.A. 193
13.3 INTERTEK GROUP PLC 196
13.4 EUROFINS SCIENTIFIC 201
13.5 TάV SάD AG 206
13.6 ALS LIMITED 209
13.7 TάV NORD GROUP 212
13.8 ASUREQUALITY LTD 215
13.9 LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HOLDINGS 218
13.10 MΙRIEUX NUTRISCIENCES 221
13.11 GENETIC ID NA, INC. 225
13.12 MICROBAC LABORATORIES 227

*Details on Business Overview, Strength Of Product Portfolio, Services Offered, Business Strategy Excellence & Recent Developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

14 APPENDIX 229
14.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 229
14.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 233
14.3 INTRODUCING RT: REAL-TIME MARKET INTELLIGENCE 235
14.4 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 236
14.5 RELATED REPORTS 236
14.6 AUTHOR DETAILS 238

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SNAPSHOT (VALUE) 35
TABLE 2 NUMBER OF CERTIFICATION AGENCIES & LABORATORIES 47
TABLE 3 RECENT CASES OF CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION OF FOOD 49
TABLE 4 NUMBER OF CERTIFICATION AGENCIES & LABORATORIES IN CHINA 50
TABLE 5 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 66
TABLE 6 FOOD PATHOGENS: INSPECTION RATE & INCIDENCE OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS, (PER 100,000 POPULATION), 2013 67
TABLE 7 PATHOGENS: TARGET TESTED MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2015–20122 (USD MILLION) 68
TABLE 8 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 69
TABLE 9 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 70
TABLE 10 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 70
TABLE 11 PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY SUBSEGMENT, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 71
TABLE 12 E.COLI: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 72
TABLE 13 SALMONELLA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 74
TABLE 14 CAMPYLOBACTER: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 75
TABLE 15 LISTERIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 76
TABLE 16 OTHER PATHOGENS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 77
TABLE 17 PESTICIDES: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 80
TABLE 18 PESTICIDES: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 81
TABLE 19 PESTICIDE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 81
TABLE 20 PESTICIDES: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 82
TABLE 21 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 84
TABLE 22 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 23 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 24 GMOS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 86
TABLE 25 TOXINS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 87
TABLE 26 TOXINS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 88
TABLE 27 TOXINS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 89
TABLE 28 TOXINS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 89
TABLE 29 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 91
TABLE 30 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 92
TABLE 31 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 92
TABLE 32 OTHERS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 93
TABLE 33 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 96
TABLE 34 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE FOR TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 97
TABLE 35 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE FOR RAPID TECHNOLOGY, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 98
TABLE 36 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE FOR RAPID TECHNOLOGY, BY SUBSEGMENT, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 100
TABLE 37 CONVENIENCE-BASED ASSAY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 101
TABLE 38 PCR-BASED ASSAY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 101
TABLE 39 IMMUNOASSAY-BASED: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 102
TABLE 40 OTHER MOLECULAR-BASED TESTS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 103
TABLE 41 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: FOODBORNE PATHOGENS, BY FOOD SOURCE 105
TABLE 42 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 109
TABLE 43 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN MEAT & POULTRY, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 111
TABLE 44 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN MEAT & POULTRY, BY PATHOGEN, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 112
TABLE 45 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN DAIRY PRODUCTS, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 113
TABLE 46 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN DAIRY PRODUCTS, BY PATHOGEN, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 113
TABLE 47 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN PROCESSED FOOD, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 114
TABLE 48 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN PROCESSED FOOD, BY PATHOGEN, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 115
TABLE 49 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN FRUITS & VEGETABLES, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 116
TABLE 50 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN FRUITS & VEGETABLES, BY PATHOGEN, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 117
TABLE 51 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN OTHER FOODS, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 117
TABLE 52 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE IN OTHER FOODS, BY PATHOGEN, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 118
TABLE 53 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 121
TABLE 54 NORTH AMERICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 124
TABLE 55 ESTIMATED EFFECTS OF FOODBORNE AGENTS IN THE US (2016) 126
TABLE 56 US: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 127
TABLE 57 CANADA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 130
TABLE 58 MEXICO: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 131
TABLE 59 RISKS IDENTIFIED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION AT CROSS BORDER TRANSMIT, 2008–2016 132
TABLE 60 EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 135
TABLE 61 REPORTED FOODBORNE OUTBREAKS CAUSED BY PATHOGENS IN 2013 136
TABLE 62 GERMANY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 137
TABLE 63 FRANCE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 138
TABLE 64 UK: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 140
TABLE 65 ITALY: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 141
TABLE 66 NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS AND INTOXICATIONS REGISTERED IN POLAND PER 100 000, 2006–2012 142
TABLE 67 POLAND: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 143
TABLE 68 REST OF EUROPE: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 144
TABLE 69 ASIA PACIFIC: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 149
TABLE 70 CHINA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 150
TABLE 71 REPORTED FOODBORNE OUTBREAKS DUE TO BACTERIA IN INDIA, 1980–2016 151
TABLE 72 INDIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 152
TABLE 73 JAPAN: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 153
TABLE 74 AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 154
TABLE 75 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 155
TABLE 76 ROW: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 156
TABLE 77 BRAZIL: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2012 (USD MILLION) 156
TABLE 78 ARGENTINA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 157
TABLE 79 SOUTH AFRICA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 158
TABLE 80 OTHERS IN ROW: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2015-2022 (USD MILLION) 159
TABLE 81 FEDERAL FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT, BY TOLERANCES OF RAW & PROCESSED FOOD 163
TABLE 82 MAXIMUM LEVEL FOR MELAMINE & ITS STRUCTURAL ANALOGS 166
TABLE 83 GMOS: LABELING REQUIREMENT 168
TABLE 84 COMMISSION REGULATION FOR OCHRATOXIN A 168
TABLE 85 MAXIMUM LEVELS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF MYCOTOXINS IN DIFFERENT FOODS 169
TABLE 86 GMOS LABELING IN ASIA PACIFIC COUNTRIES 178
TABLE 87 TOP FIVE COMPANIES IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2016 188

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SEGMENTATION 23
FIGURE 2 GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE 24
FIGURE 3 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN 26
FIGURE 4 DATA TRIANGULATION 30
FIGURE 5 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 31
FIGURE 6 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: TOP-DOWN APPROACH 32
FIGURE 7 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS 33
FIGURE 8 RESEARCH LIMITATIONS 34
FIGURE 9 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TESTED, 2017 VS. 2022 (USD MILLION) 36
FIGURE 10 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TARGET TESTED, 2017 VS. 2022 (USD MILLION) 36
FIGURE 11 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2017 VS. 2022 (USD MILLION) 37
FIGURE 12 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SHARE (VALUE), BY REGION, 2016 38
FIGURE 13 INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF FOODBORNE ILLNESSES TO DRIVE THE DEMAND FOR FOOD SAFETY TESTING 39
FIGURE 14 CHINA TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2017–2022 40
FIGURE 15 JAPAN ACCOUNTED FOR THE LARGEST SHARE IN 2016 41
FIGURE 16 RAPID TECHNOLOGY TO BE DOMINANT IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FROM 2017 TO 2022 42
FIGURE 17 GMO IS PROJECTED TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD 43
FIGURE 18 MARKET DYNAMICS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING 45
FIGURE 19 FOOD LOST/WASTED AT EACH STAGE OF THE PRODUCTION CHAIN (2012) 53
FIGURE 20 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION VOLUMES VS. FOOD WASTAGE VOLUMES, 2013 54
FIGURE 21 FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (FSMS) 55
FIGURE 22 FOOD TESTING AT RAW MATERIAL STAGE OF THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN 56
FIGURE 23 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS: FOOD DEALERS ADD 2% TO 7% TO THE PRICE OF THE END PRODUCTS 58
FIGURE 24 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 59
FIGURE 25 REPORTED SHARE OF ADULTERATED FOOD INGREDIENTS (2013) 63
FIGURE 26 GMOS SEGMENT PROJECTED TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 66
FIGURE 27 NUMBER OF CASES, HOSPITALIZATIONS, AND DEATHS: BY PATHOGEN, US, 2015 68
FIGURE 28 FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PATHOGENS, BY FOOD TESTED, 2015–2022 (USD MILLION) 69
FIGURE 29 SALMONELLA ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2017 VS. 2022 71
FIGURE 30 TRANSMISSION CYCLE OF ETEC (ENTEROTOXIGENIC E.COLI) 72
FIGURE 31 CASES OF E. COLI CONTAMINATION IN THE US & UK, 2006–2014 73
FIGURE 32 CASES OF SALMONELLA CONTAMINATION IN THE US & UK, 2006-2014 74
FIGURE 33 PROPORTION OF COMMODITY ORIGIN FOR FRESH & PROCESSED FRUIT & VEGETABLE PRODUCTS TESTED IN 2015 78
FIGURE 34 RESULTS OF DOMESTIC SAMPLES BY COMMODITY GROUP, 2014 79
FIGURE 35 RESULTS OF IMPORT SAMPLES BY COMMODITY GROUP, 2014 80
FIGURE 36 INCREASING AREA FOR GM CROP PRODUCTION 83
FIGURE 37 APPROVED GM CROPS IN THE US, 2015 83
FIGURE 38 APPROVED GM TRAITS IN THE US 84
FIGURE 39 BIOTOXIN RECALLS, US, 2006–2015 87
FIGURE 40 PROCESSED FOOD SEGMENT ACCOUNTED FOR THE LARGEST SHARE IN THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR TOXINS, 2017 VS 2022 88
FIGURE 41 UNDECLARED ALLERGEN RECALLS, 2006–2015 90
FIGURE 42 CHEMICAL & OTHER CONTAMINANT RECALLS, 2006–2015 91
FIGURE 43 KEY FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR FOOD CONTAMINATION & FOODBORNE ILLNESSES, 2013–2014 95
FIGURE 44 RAPID TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT DRIVES THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET 96
FIGURE 45 PCR-BASED ASSAY SEGMENT PROJECTED TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD 99
FIGURE 46 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED 106
FIGURE 47 US: FOOD COMMODITIES RESPONSIBLE FOR ILLNESSES, 2000–2014 106
FIGURE 48 EUROPEAN UNION: FOODBORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS, 2014 107
FIGURE 49 US: FOODBORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS, 2010-2014 108
FIGURE 50 DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD VEHICLES OF FOODBORNE ILLNESSES OUTBREAKS OF SALMONELLOSIS, 2013 108
FIGURE 51 DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD VEHICLES OF FOODBORNE ILLNESSES OUTBREAKS OF CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS, 2013 109
FIGURE 52 BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION OF MEAT & POULTRY PRODUCTS, BY SLAUGHTER PROCESS, 2015 110
FIGURE 53 GMO TESTING IN MEAT & POULTRY IS PROJECTED TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING SEGMENT, 2017 VS. 2022 111
FIGURE 54 PATHOGEN TESTING IN FRUITS & VEGETABLES IS PROJECTED TO BE THE LARGEST MARKET SEGMENT, 2017 VS. 2022 116
FIGURE 55 NUMBER OF NOTIFICATIONS, BY REGION, 2000–2016 121
FIGURE 56 US HELD THE LARGEST SHARE IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2016 122
FIGURE 57 NORTH AMERICAN MARKET SNAPSHOT 123
FIGURE 58 NUMBER OF DEATHS AMONG CONFIRMED INFECTIONS, BY PATHOGEN 125
FIGURE 59 US: FOODBORNE PATHOGEN INCIDENCES (2010–2016) 125
FIGURE 60 US: FOODBORNE PATHOGEN INCIDENCES (2010–2016) 126
FIGURE 61 TOP FIVE FOOD-BORNE PATHOGENS IN THE US, 2016 127
FIGURE 62 NUMBER OF ILLNESSES CAUSED BY FOODBORNE BACTERIA, PARASITES, AND VIRUSES (2016) 128
FIGURE 63 NUMBER OF HOSPITALIZATIONS CAUSED BY FOODBORNE BACTERIA, PARASITES, AND VIRUSES (2016) 129
FIGURE 64 NUMBER OF DEATHS CAUSED BY FOODBORNE BACTERIA, PARASITES, AND VIRUSES (2016) 129
FIGURE 65 REPORTED HOSPITALIZATION AND FATALITY CASES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, 2015 133
FIGURE 66 NUMBER OF NOTIFICATIONS BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN, 2016 133
FIGURE 67 NOTIFICATIONS BY HAZARD CATEGORY & NOTIFYING COUNTRY, 2016 134
FIGURE 68 NOTIFICATIONS BY HAZARD CATEGORY, 2007—2016 134
FIGURE 69 GERMANY: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2008–2012 137
FIGURE 70 FRANCE: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2008–2012 138
FIGURE 71 UK: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2008–2012 139
FIGURE 72 ITALY: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2008–2012 141
FIGURE 73 POLAND: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2008–2012 143
FIGURE 74 SPAIN: NUMBER OF FOODBORNE INFECTIONS, 2008–2012 144
FIGURE 75 ASIA-PACIFIC: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SNAPSHOT 146
FIGURE 76 TOP 10 CAUSES OF FOODBORNE ILLNESSES IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION, 2015 147
FIGURE 77 TOP 10 CAUSES OF DEATHS DUE TO FOODBORNE ILLNESSES IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION, 2015 148
FIGURE 78 TOP 10 CAUSES OF DALYS DUE TO FOODBORNE ILLNESSES IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION, 2015 148
FIGURE 79 CHINA: NUMBER OF FOOD POISONING CASES, 2000–2013 150
FIGURE 80 AUSTRALIA: NUMBER OF FOOD RECALLS VS. MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION RECALLS, 2006–2015 154
FIGURE 81 LEGISLATION PROCESS IN THE EU 166
FIGURE 82 ROLE OF EFSA TO REDUCE CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS 167
FIGURE 83 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET (GLOBAL): COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING, 2017 185
FIGURE 84 SGS SA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 189
FIGURE 85 BUREAU VERITAS S.A.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 193
FIGURE 86 INTERTEK GROUP PLC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 196
FIGURE 87 EUROFINS SCIENTIFIC : COMPANY SNAPSHOT 201
FIGURE 88 TάV SάD AG: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 206
FIGURE 89 ALS LIMITED: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 209
FIGURE 90 TάV NORD GROUP: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 212
FIGURE 91 ASUREQUALITY LTD: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 215
FIGURE 92 LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA HOLDINGS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 218

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