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Food Safety Testing Market to Progress Remarkably and Strike a 7.5% CAGR through 2031

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Food Safety Testing Market to Progress Remarkably and Strike a 7.5% CAGR through 2031

July 05
09:05 2024
Food Safety Testing Market to Progress Remarkably and Strike a 7.5% CAGR through 2031
Skyquest Technology
Food Safety Testing Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis, By Offering(Reagents & Consumables, Instruments, and Services), By  Contaminants(Pathogens (E.Coli, Salmonella, Campylobacter, Listeria), By Technology(Traditional, Rapid (Convenience-based, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), Immunoassay)), By Food Type(Meat Poultry & Seafood, Dairy Products, Processed Food, Fruits & Vegetables), By Region – Industry Forecast 2024-2031

Food Safety Testing Market size was valued at USD 28.5 Billion in 2022 and is poised to grow from USD 30.69 Billion in 2023 to USD 55.53 Billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 7.5% in the forecast period (2024-2031).  

The Global Food Safety Testing market has seen major evolutions in the past years with increased focus on systematic food product testing and the supply chain. Consumers demand food products that are safe and free from allergies, chemicals, and other potential risks. This ultimately forces the adoption of better food testing solutions that maintain customers’ trust and product recalls from the market.

Food testing processes have significantly witnessed a shift from the conventional approaches to modernized automated systems and AI to improve productivity and overcome the drawbacks of the old methods. These technologies offer better turnaround times and can achieve higher consistent outcomes with the help of automated repetitive processes and using (MLA) Machine Learning Algorithms. This enhances resource use and productivity. Moreover, automation of food testing streamlines real-time monitoring and studying of data by allowing the detection of early issues and immediate prompt advice. Therefore, food producers can improve their testing processes, examine the ability of their products, and considerably reduce risks or dangers. This then allows the guarantee of providing superior and safe food consumables to the end consumers.

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Implementation of Highly Advanced Technologies to Drive Food Product Testing

Compared to the former time-consuming food testing procedures, food producers today can quickly identify allergens, pollutants, and pathogens due to improved technologies like Polymerase Chain Reaction and Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay. They offer much faster and more precise results. The market has also adopted blockchain technology that helps transparency and traceability in supply chain processes. Using blockchain-powered technologies, food product testing data can be safely stored and shared throughout the supply chain, enabling stakeholders to track foods from farm to end user. Adopting these technologies in the supply chain significantly reduces the risk of theft, fraud, or contamination, while increasing accountability. Moreover, using sensor-based technologies, such as electronic noses and tongues allows a thorough assessment of quality. The technology can capably imitate human senses and efficiently detect the smallest distinction in scent, flavor, and texture. Nanotechnology is also used to enhance accuracy and detection and is currently actively used in food product testing. Besides these technologies, big data is also making a huge impact due to its extensive use. Food makers can make data-driven decisions by using large amounts of data created by testing techniques to know important details about consumer choices, quality of products, and market trends.

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  • The Eurofins Microbiology Laboratories, in June 2024, announced the launch of a novel test technique to be used by beverage makers. The technique is mainly developed for acetic acid bacteria enumeration. The company offers this test to meet the demands of the beverages industry as a component of multiple beverage packages.
  • In September 2022, Intertek announced the launching of the novel Vegan Foods Certification. The demand for vegan foods has increased significantly in the last few years. Mainly, youths and adults are more inclined towards personal well-being and health, transparency of their consumable products, and environmental effects. This leads to people exploring new types of plant-based or vegan lifestyles.
  • In June 2023, Bureau Veritas announced the launch of its 4th United States Food Laboratory, Chesterfield, in Missouri. It offers speedy and traditional microbiology testing for agriculture and food products. The new laboratory’s activities aid the food market comprising examination of agricultural products, testing, grading, and GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) certification and training facilities.
  • In April 2024, Mérieux NutriSciences and bioMérieux revealed the launch of a novel data-driven Trusted 3rd Party initiative made with the team of food industry partners to nurture safe industry partnerships and also better predict and avoid food safety dangers. Despite efforts and initiatives for food safety, the market still witnesses a few quality and safety issues. The changing scenario and improving food safety solutions demand improved services based on mainly auditing, testing, and certification.


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With the evolving food industry, food safety and testing approaches are also advancing. The future of food safety testing will hence comprise increased productivity, welcoming of innovations, and maintaining the company’s commitment. The food makers can hence satisfy ever-changing consumer demand on the global scale and negotiate intricacies of modern foods by spending superior technologies and staying updated with the existing trends.

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