Food Pathogen Detection Technology Global Market Report 2021: Focus on Traditional & Rapid Methods – Quantitative Culture, Qualitative Culture, Convenience, Polymerase Chain Reaction, and Immunoassay – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Galveston County Daily News

Food Pathogen Detection Technology Global Market Report 2021: Focus on Traditional & Rapid Methods – Quantitative Culture, Qualitative Culture, Convenience, Polymerase Chain Reaction, and Immunoassay – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Galveston County Daily News

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov 11, 2021–

The global food pathogen detection technology market is expected to grow from $3.77 billion in 2020 to $4.25 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.7%. The market is expected to reach $5.78 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 8%.

Major players in the food pathogen detection technology market are SGS SA, Bureau Veritas S.A., Intertek Group PLC, Eurofins Scientific, Silliker, Inc., IFP Institut Fur Produktqualitat GmbH, ALS Limited, Asurequality, Microbac Laboratories, Inc. and Genetic Id Na Inc.

The food pathogen detection technology market consists of sales of food pathogen detection products and related services for the detection and elimination of foodborne pathogens from food. Foodborne pathogens are bacteria, viruses, and parasites that exist in food and are a cause of serious illness such as food poisoning.

The food pathogen detection technology market is involved in the development of food testing techniques that are used to identify any bacterial contamination in the food by pathogens and removing them to prevent any unwanted incidents of foodborne illness, toxicity, or poisoning.

The food pathogen detection technology market covered in this report is segmented by technology into traditional (quantitative culture and qualitative culture), rapid (convenience, polymerase chain reaction, and immunoassay). It is also segmented by food type into meat & poultry, dairy, processed food, fruits & vegetables, cereals & grains and by type into E. coli, salmonella, listeria, campylobacter, others (norovirus and rotavirus).

Lack of food control infrastructure in developing countries is a major restraint on the food pathogen detection technology market. Food control infrastructure in many developing countries is generally inadequate due to limited resources and poor management. Food control laboratories are often not well equipped and do not have trained staff. Food control systems also face poorly developed compliance guidelines in many developing countries. Therefore, poor food control infrastructure in developing countries is expected to restrain the food pathogen detection technology market in the forecast period.

Increase in the outbreak of foodborne illness across the world contributed to the growth of the food pathogen detection technology market. According to a report published by WHO in 2020, almost every tenth person falls ill due to pathogens and 420,000 people die every year after getting infected by foodborne illness.

Diarrhoea is the most common disease caused by contaminated food and almost 550 million people (including 220 million children under 5 years of age) are affected by diarrhoeal diseases. The upsurge in the occurrence of foodborne diseases among the global population increased the demand for food pathogen detection technology, thus driving the market’s growth.</…….

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