Food Packaging Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 – 2023

Food Packaging Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 – 2023

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Food packaging market is by far the largest application segment of the packaging industry, accounting for more than one-third
of the global packaging market. From a global perspective, the food packaging market is at a very interesting situation, where
the market has almost reached a plateau in terms of technology in the more developed nations in North America and Europe,
while the emerging countries of Asia Pacific region are playing catch up to the packaging technologies and food supply chain
management. Different types of food products require varied packaging types according to their individual usage and
The sea change in food habits and preference for processed food has propelled the food packaging market in the past. The
market for packaged food has already reached a holistic level in North America and Western Europe, while rapid lifestyle
changes and economic growth, coupled with rising population in Asia Pacific countries such as China and India, has spiked the
growth rate of food packaging in the region. The growth rate in South America and the Middle East is also on the higher side
compared to the developed economies. The main reason for increasing preference for processed food is the shifting population
dynamics towards urban centers from rural areas. This has resulted in the advent of dual income urban families, who prefer
processed food...

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