Food Certification Market

Date: 2016-05

Food manufacturers seek certification for their products to enhance brand value, company image as well as to comply with the industry regulations. Food safety has become paramount in many developed nations mainly driven with increasing concern on food borne illness and its impact on public health and economy. Certification is provided by various food authorities and private organizations which test the products for its quality and safety. Increased pressure on food manufacturers by health, food regulatory bodies and consumer groups has triggered enhanced demand for certification services. In addition, certification also acts as brand building strategy reinforcing the company鈥檚 competitive position in food industry by gaining the attention of consumers.

The global food certification market has been analyzed with respect to different parameters such as demand/supply, end-users and service providers. The report has been segmented by testing and by food type. Food type is categorized into products such as processed meat and poultry, dairy products, beverages, bakery & confectionery snacks, seafood and so on. Driven by the tightening regulations surrounding safety of products and increasing awareness among consumers, the market for food certification is poised to reach $XX billion by 2021, growing at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period.

The overall market is also presented from the perspective of different geographic regions and the key countries in each region.

Major companies operating in the food certification market include:
ALS Limited (Australia)
Asurequality Ltd. (New Zealand)
Bureau Veritas (France)
Dekra SE (Germany)
DNV GL (Norway)
Lloyd鈥檚 Register (U.K.)
SGS SA (Switzerland)
TUV SUD AG (Germany)
Intertek Group PLC (U.K.).


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