Global Food Irradiation Market – Industry Analysis and Forecast (2020-2027) – by Source of radiation, Food type and by Region.

Global Food Irradiation Market – Industry Analysis and Forecast (2020-2027) – by Source of radiation, Food type and by Region.

Market Scenario

Global Food Irradiation Market was value US$ 158.65 Mn in 2019 and is expected to reach US$ 237.26 Mn by 2027 at a CAGR of 5.16% over forecast period 2020-2027. Global Food Irradiation Market Drivers and Restrains: Food irradiation is the treatment of food by a certain type of energy. The process involves exposing the food, either packaged or in bulk, to carefully controlled amounts of ionizing radiation for a specific time to achieve certain desirable objectives. The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis. Increasing concerns over the food-borne diseases and high food losses from infection, spoilage, and contamination are some of the key factors driving the global food irradiation market. Rising public concerns over food safety and increased demand for raw food products such as lettuce or spinach will provide ample opportunities for global food irradiation solution providers over forecast period. Restraints of the food irradiation market are lack of irradiation facilities and the reluctance of manufacturers to use this technology as it adds costs, thereby affecting the profit margin. Combinations of irradiation treatments with other preservation techniques are likely to be more commonly applied commercially to foods in the years ahead. This is expected to create lucrative opportunities for market over forecast period. Global Food Irradiation Market Segmentation Analysis: Global Food Irradiation Market is segmented by Source of radiation, Food type and by Region.By source of radiation, Gamma radiation held highest market share in 2019 and is expected to keep its dominance over forecast period. Gamma radiation technology extends shelf life of food, meat, spices, and poultry. Gamma ray is a process in which ionizing energy, passes through the food that breaks the molecular bond and ionizes atoms. Gamma rays eliminate bacteria, insects, and parasites and other pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms from the food. Cobalt-60 is the most common source of gamma rays for food irradiation in commercial scale facilities as it is water insoluble and hence has little risk of environmental contamination by leakage into the water systems. By food type, Meat and Poultry type sub- segment is expected to hold highest market share over forecast period thanks to growing demand for meat and poultry products. Global Food Irradiation Market Regional Analysis: Region-wise, the Asia Pacific held highest market share in 2019 and is expected to keep its dominance over forecast period owing to increasing consumer acceptance and regulations and policies related to the consumption of irradiated food. In APAC most countries have signed Regional Cooperation Agreement (RCA) on food irradiation supported by FAO and the IAEA. Under this project, 11 member countries in the Asia Pacific region have initiated collaboration on the harmonization of national regulations governing food irradiation. Australia and New Zealand have recently unified their whole regulatory system relating to food, including radiation processing. Most countries in the region have already adopted the Codex General Standard and the Codex Code of Practice for the control of commercial food irradiation. APAC is followed by North America and Europe. North American Market is rapidly growing due to increased consumer acceptance since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved phytosanitary treatment of fresh fruits and vegetables by irradiation. Earlier there is a small but vocal anti-food irradiation movement in the US. But now most US consumers are neutral to positive about purchasing irradiated foods and appear especially accepting of irradiated fruits and vegetables. Global Food Irradiation Market Competitive Landscape: Report covers key development and company profiles of potential players, followers and new entrants. Major players operating in this market are STERIS Isomedix Services Inc, Food Technology Service Inc, Sadex Corporation, Ionisos SA., REVISS Services (UK) Ltd, Sterigenics International LLC, GRAY*STAR Inc, Tecleor LLC, Nordion Inc and Scantech Sciences Inc. These key players are using various Greenfield and brownfield growth strategies to such as merger and acquisition, expansion, joint ventures, patent, new product launches and diversification to increase their regional presence and business operations. Among these Sadex Corporation is a Texas-based corporation operating an electron beam irradiation or “cold pasteurization” facility in Sioux City, Iowa.

Scope of Global Food Irradiation Market

Global Food Irradiation Market, by Source of radiation

• Electron Beam • Gamma Rays • X-Rays

Global Food Irradiation Market, by Food type

• Fruits and Vegetables • Spices • Grain Foods • Meat and Poultry

Global Food Irradiation Market, by Region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • Middle East and Africa • South America

Key players operation in Global Food Irradiation Market

• Food Technology Service Inc. • Sterigenics International, Inc. • Gray Star, Inc. • Ionisos SA. • Nordion Inc. • Reviss Services Ltd. • Sadex Corporation • Scantech Sciences, Inc. • Steris Isomedix Services • Phytosan S.A. De C. • Tecleor LLC Global Craft Beer Market

Table of Contents

Global Food Irradiation Market

1. Preface 1.1. Research Objectives 1.2. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.3. Research Highlights 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Abbreviations 3. Executive Summary 3.1. Global Food Irradiation Size, by Market Value (US$ Mn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Dynamics 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.2.5. Emerging Technology 4.3. Market Analysis 4.3.1. Value Chain Analysis 4.3.2. Pricing Analysis 4.3.3. Market risk analysis 4.3.4. Porter’s Analysis 5. Global Food Irradiation Analysis and Forecast 5.1. Global Food Irradiation Analysis and Forecast 5.2. Global Food Irradiation Size& Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 5.2.1. North America 5.2.2. Europe 5.2.3. Asia Pacific 5.2.4. Middle East & Africa 5.2.5. South America 6. Global Food Irradiation Analysis and Forecast, by Source of Radiation 6.1. Introduction and Definition 6.2. Key Findings 6.3. Global Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Source of Radiation 6.4. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Source of Radiation 6.5. Global Food Irradiation Analysis, by Source of Radiation 6.6. Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis, by Source of Radiation 7. Global Food Irradiation Analysis and Forecast, By Food Type 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Global Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, By Food Type 7.3. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Food Type 7.4. Global Food Irradiation Analysis, By Food Type 7.5. Global Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis, By Food Type 8. Global Food Irradiation Analysis, by Region 8.1. Global Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Region 8.2. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Region 8.3. Global Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 9. North America Food Irradiation Analysis 9.1. North America Food Irradiation Overview 9.2. North America Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Source of Radiation 9.3. North America Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 9.3.1. Electron Beam 9.3.2. Gamma Rays 9.3.3. X-Rays 9.4. North America Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, By Food Type 9.5. North America Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 9.5.1. Fruits and Vegetables 9.5.2. Spices 9.5.3. Grain Foods 9.5.4. Meat and Poultry 9.6. North America Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Country 9.7. North America Food Irradiation Forecast, by Country 9.7.1. U.S. 9.7.2. Canada 9.8. North America Food Irradiation Analysis, by Country 9.9. U.S. Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 9.9.1. Electron Beam 9.9.2. Gamma Rays 9.9.3. X-Rays 9.10. U.S. Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 9.10.1. Fruits and Vegetables 9.10.2. Spices 9.10.3. Grain Foods 9.10.4. Meat and Poultry 9.11. Canada Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 9.11.1. Electron Beam 9.11.2. Gamma Rays 9.11.3. X-Rays 9.12. Canada Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 9.12.1. Fruits and Vegetables 9.12.2. Spices 9.12.3. Grain Foods 9.12.4. Meat and Poultry 9.13. North America Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis 9.13.1. By Source of Radiation 9.13.2. By Food Type 9.14. PEST Analysis 9.15. Key Trends 9.16. Key Developments 10. Europe Food Irradiation Analysis 10.1. Europe Food Irradiation Overview 10.2. Europe Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Source of Radiation 10.3. Europe Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 10.3.1. Electron Beam 10.3.2. Gamma Rays 10.3.3. X-Rays 10.4. Europe Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, By Food Type 10.5. Europe Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 10.5.1. Fruits and Vegetables 10.5.2. Spices 10.5.3. Grain Foods 10.5.4. Meat and Poultry 10.6. Europe Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Country 10.7. Europe Food Irradiation Forecast, by Country 10.7.1. Germany 10.7.2. U.K. 10.7.3. France 10.7.4. Italy 10.7.5. Spain 10.7.6. Rest of Europe 10.8. Europe Food Irradiation Analysis, by Country/ Sub-region 10.9. Germany Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 10.9.1. Electron Beam 10.9.2. Gamma Rays 10.9.3. X-Rays 10.10. Germany Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 10.10.1. Fruits and Vegetables 10.10.2. Spices 10.10.3. Grain Foods 10.10.4. Meat and Poultry 10.11. U.K. Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 10.11.1. Electron Beam 10.11.2. Gamma Rays 10.11.3. X-Rays 10.12. U.K. Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 10.12.1. Fruits and Vegetables 10.12.2. Spices 10.12.3. Grain Foods 10.12.4. Meat and Poultry 10.13. France Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 10.13.1. Electron Beam 10.13.2. Gamma Rays 10.13.3. X-Rays 10.14. France Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 10.14.1. Fruits and Vegetables 10.14.2. Spices 10.14.3. Grain Foods 10.14.4. Meat and Poultry 10.15. Italy Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 10.15.1. Electron Beam 10.15.2. Gamma Rays 10.15.3. X-Rays 10.16. Italy Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 10.16.1. Fruits and Vegetables 10.16.2. Spices 10.16.3. Grain Foods 10.16.4. Meat and Poultry 10.17. Spain Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 10.17.1. Electron Beam 10.17.2. Gamma Rays 10.17.3. X-Rays 10.18. Spain Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 10.18.1. Fruits and Vegetables 10.18.2. Spices 10.18.3. Grain Foods 10.18.4. Meat and Poultry 10.19. Rest of Europe Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 10.19.1. Electron Beam 10.19.2. Gamma Rays 10.19.3. X-Rays 10.20. Rest of Europe Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 10.20.1. Fruits and Vegetables 10.20.2. Spices 10.20.3. Grain Foods 10.20.4. Meat and Poultry 10.21. Europe Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis 10.21.1. By Source of Radiation 10.21.2. By Food Type 10.22. PEST Analysis 10.23. Key Trends 10.24. Key Developments 11. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Analysis 11.1. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Overview 11.2. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Source of Radiation 11.3. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 11.3.1. Electron Beam 11.3.2. Gamma Rays 11.3.3. X-Rays 11.4. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, By Food Type 11.5. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 11.5.1. Fruits and Vegetables 11.5.2. Spices 11.5.3. Grain Foods 11.5.4. Meat and Poultry 11.6. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Country 11.7. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Forecast, by Country 11.7.1. China 11.7.2. India 11.7.3. Japan 11.7.4. ASEAN 11.7.5. Rest of Asia Pacific 11.8. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Analysis, by Country/ Sub-region 11.9. China Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 11.9.1. Electron Beam 11.9.2. Gamma Rays 11.9.3. X-Rays 11.10. Tank Level China Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 11.10.1. Fruits and Vegetables 11.10.2. Spices 11.10.3. Grain Foods 11.10.4. Meat and Poultry 11.11. India Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 11.11.1. Electron Beam 11.11.2. Gamma Rays 11.11.3. X-Rays 11.12. India Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 11.12.1. Fruits and Vegetables 11.12.2. Spices 11.12.3. Grain Foods 11.12.4. Meat and Poultry 11.13. Japan Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 11.13.1. Electron Beam 11.13.2. Gamma Rays 11.13.3. X-Rays 11.14. Japan Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 11.14.1. Fruits and Vegetables 11.14.2. Spices 11.14.3. Grain Foods 11.14.4. Meat and Poultry 11.15. ASEAN Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 11.15.1. Electron Beam 11.15.2. Gamma Rays 11.15.3. X-Rays 11.16. ASEAN Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 11.16.1. Fruits and Vegetables 11.16.2. Spices 11.16.3. Grain Foods 11.16.4. Meat and Poultry 11.17. Rest of Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 11.17.1. Electron Beam 11.17.2. Gamma Rays 11.17.3. X-Rays 11.18. Rest of Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 11.18.1. Fruits and Vegetables 11.18.2. Spices 11.18.3. Grain Foods 11.18.4. Meat and Poultry 11.19. Asia Pacific Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis 11.19.1. By Source of Radiation 11.19.2. By Food Type 11.20. PEST Analysis 11.21. Key Trends 11.22. Key Developments 12. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Analysis 12.1. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Overview 12.2. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Source of Radiation 12.3. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 12.3.1. Electron Beam 12.3.2. Gamma Rays 12.3.3. X-Rays 12.4. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, By Food Type 12.5. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 12.5.1. Fruits and Vegetables 12.5.2. Spices 12.5.3. Grain Foods 12.5.4. Meat and Poultry 12.6. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Country 12.7. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Forecast, by Country 12.7.1. GCC 12.7.2. South Africa 12.7.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa 12.8. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Analysis, by Country/ Sub-region 12.9. GCC Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 12.9.1. Electron Beam 12.9.2. Gamma Rays 12.9.3. X-Rays 12.10. GCC Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 12.10.1. Fruits and Vegetables 12.10.2. Spices 12.10.3. Grain Foods 12.10.4. Meat and Poultry 12.11. South Africa Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 12.11.1. Electron Beam 12.11.2. Gamma Rays 12.11.3. X-Rays 12.12. South Africa Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 12.12.1. Fruits and Vegetables 12.12.2. Spices 12.12.3. Grain Foods 12.12.4. Meat and Poultry 12.13. Rest of Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 12.13.1. Electron Beam 12.13.2. Gamma Rays 12.13.3. X-Rays 12.14. Rest of Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 12.14.1. Fruits and Vegetables 12.14.2. Spices 12.14.3. Grain Foods 12.14.4. Meat and Poultry 12.15. Middle East & Africa Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis 12.15.1. By Source of Radiation 12.15.2. By Food Type 12.16. PEST Analysis 12.17. Key Trends 12.18. Key Developments 13. South America Food Irradiation Analysis 13.1. South America Food Irradiation Overview 13.2. South America Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Source of Radiation 13.3. South America Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 13.3.1. Electron Beam 13.3.2. Gamma Rays 13.3.3. X-Rays 13.4. South America Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, By Food Type 13.5. South America Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 13.5.1. Fruits and Vegetables 13.5.2. Spices 13.5.3. Grain Foods 13.5.4. Meat and Poultry 13.6. South America Food Irradiation Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.7. South America Food Irradiation Forecast, by Country 13.7.1. Brazil 13.7.2. Mexico 13.7.3. Rest of South America 13.8. South America Food Irradiation Analysis, by Country/ Sub-region 13.9. Brazil Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 13.9.1. Electron Beam 13.9.2. Gamma Rays 13.9.3. X-Rays 13.10. Brazil Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 13.10.1. Fruits and Vegetables 13.10.2. Spices 13.10.3. Grain Foods 13.10.4. Meat and Poultry 13.11. Mexico Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 13.11.1. Electron Beam 13.11.2. Gamma Rays 13.11.3. X-Rays 13.12. Mexico Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 13.12.1. Fruits and Vegetables 13.12.2. Spices 13.12.3. Grain Foods 13.12.4. Meat and Poultry 13.13. Rest of South America Food Irradiation Forecast, by Source of Radiation 13.13.1. Electron Beam 13.13.2. Gamma Rays 13.13.3. X-Rays 13.14. Rest of South America Food Irradiation Forecast, By Food Type 13.14.1. Fruits and Vegetables 13.14.2. Spices 13.14.3. Grain Foods 13.14.4. Meat and Poultry 13.15. South America Food Irradiation Attractiveness Analysis 13.15.1. By Source of Radiation 13.15.2. By Food Type 13.16. PEST Analysis 13.17. Key Trends 13.18. Key Developments 14. Competitive Landscape 14.1. Market Share Analysis, by Key Players 14.2. Competition Matrix 14.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Applications and R&D investment 14.2.2. Market Consolidation 14.2.2.1. M&A by regions, investment, applications 14.2.2.2. M&A Key Players, forward integration, backward integration 14.3. Company Profiles: Key Player 14.3.1. Food Technology Service Inc. 14.3.1.1. Company Overview 14.3.1.2. Financial Overview 14.3.1.3. Business Strategy 14.3.1.4. Recent Developments 14.3.1.5. Manufacturing Footprint 14.3.2. Sterigenics International, Inc. 14.3.3. Gray Star, Inc. 14.3.4. Ionisos SA. 14.3.5. Nordion Inc. 14.3.6. Reviss Services Ltd. 14.3.7. Sadex Corporation 14.3.8. Scantech Sciences, Inc. 14.3.9. Steris Isomedix Services 14.3.10. Phytosan S.A. De C. 14.3.11. Tecleor LLC 15. Primary Key Insights

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Report ID23590
Category Food & Beverages
Published DateJAN 2020
No of Pages178
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