Food Safety Testing Market Revenue Models

Food Safety Testing Market Revenue Models

The food safety testing market is a superset of the food testing market. Globally, the increasing high levels of fear about the food-borne diseases are acting as a market driving factor for the global food safety testing market. The other major market drivers for the food analysis market are increasing food recalls; stringent rules and regulations for food safety tests across the world as urged by the governments. Rising bacteria like Salmonella, Staphylococcus Aureus, Camphylobacter and more are risking the intake of food which is propelling the need for the food safety tests.

For instance, the food tests that happened on Maggi noodles are about to be re-conducted at the soonest. Food testing has become a process of utmost importance in today’s world owing to increasing adulteration and increase of microbes in eatables.

More than 50% of the food consumed by the U.S. is grown outside the country. This is clearly an indication for the importance of food analysis done before consumption in this region.

Top Market Trends: Faster Listeria Tests after constant efforts in the food analysis labs.

Arrayit Corporation (ARYC) and the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) have been in positive agreements since a while and have recently developed a rapid, portable, cost-effective and high-throughput detection system for the surveillance of multiple bacterial and viral foodborne pathogens including Campylobacter, E. coli, hepatitis, Listeria, norovirus and Salmonella. Expanding the USDA's patent protection will allow commercial licensing opportunities for Arrayit in jurisdictions worldwide.
After various experiments and research in the food labs, faster listeria tests are finally being introduced in the global market in an attempt to increase the number of successful food safety solutions.

A number of food tests are being conducted in the food testing labs like microbiology analysis, allergen analysis, toxin analysis, nutritional labeling, adulteration and...

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