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Freedonia Focus Reports World Collection

World

Food Safety Products


November 2012

World Overview and Forecasts Demand by Product | Demand by Market

FU ICK LL TO O R E RD P O ER R T

Industry Structure Industry Composition | Industry Leaders | Additional Company Cited Resources www.freedoniafocus.com

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Regional Trends and Forecasts Regional Demand Overview | North America | Western Europe | Asia/Pacific Other Regions

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Highlights

FU ICK LL TO O R E RD P O ER R T

WORLD FOOD SAFETY PRODUCTS

ABOUT THIS REPORT


Sources
World Food Safety Products is based on a comprehensive industry study published by The Freedonia Group in November 2012. Reported findings represent the synthesis and analysis of data from various primary, secondary, macroeconomic, and demographic sources including: firms participating in the industry government/public agencies national, regional, and international non-governmental organizations trade associations and their publications the business and trade press The Freedonia Group Consensus Forecasts dated June 2012 the findings of other industry studies by The Freedonia Group. Specific sources are listed in the Resources section of this publication for reference and to facilitate further research.

Scope & Method


Total food safety product demand is provided in US dollars at the manufacturers level and segmented in terms of: disinfection products diagnostic products other products such as disposable gloves, smart labels and tags, and software and tracking systems. Excluded from the scope of this report are food additives and preservatives, hand soap, dish detergent, general purpose cleaners, dishwashing equipment, refrigeration equipment, color coded utensils, storage containers, and ovens. Total demand is also segmented in terms of market by: food processing plants foodservice establishments other markets, such as farms; retail, wholesale, and distribution; and government. In addition, demand and the various segments are provided for the following regions: North America

2012 by The Freedonia Group, Inc.

WORLD FOOD SAFETY PRODUCTS Western Europe Asia/Pacific other regions.

Demand and the various product segments are sized at five-year intervals for historical years 2006 and 2011 with a forecast to 2016. Forecasts emanate from the identification and analysis of pertinent statistical relationships and other historical trends/events as well as their expected progression/impact over the forecast period. Five-year compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) are provided to illustrate product trends between reported years and to facilitate comparisons among the various segments. Demand forecasts are the illustration of underlying trends extrapolated to a particular year. To recognize such trends and for the sake of brevity, CAGRs may be expressed as annual growth in the narrative of this report. However, as historical trends may demonstrate, demand in any given year, including a forecast year, may exhibit volatility and depart from the underlying trend. Demand in US dollars reflects local-currency inflation from reported year to reported year, but rates of exchange between local currencies and the US dollar are held constant in all reported periods, that is, at an average-annual exchange rate calculated for the base year of 2011.

Industry Codes
The topic of this report is related to the following industry codes: NAICS/SCIAN 2007
North American Industry Classification System
325181 325612 325998 333294 334516 Alkalies and Chlorine Mfg Polish and Other Sanitation Good Mfg All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation Mfg Food Product Machinery Mfg Analytical Laboratory Instrument Mfg

SIC
Standard Industry Codes
2812 2842 2899 3556 3826 Alkalies and Chlorine Specialty Cleaning, Polishing, and Sanitation Preparations Chemicals and Chemical Preparations, NEC Food Products Machinery Laboratory Analytical Instruments

Copyright and Licensing


The full report is protected by copyright laws of the United States of America and international treaties. The entire contents of the publication are copyrighted by The Freedonia Group, Inc.

2012 by The Freedonia Group, Inc.