Market Research Report
Global Dairy Testing Market - 2022-2029
|Global Dairy Testing Market - 2022-2029|
Published: May 7, 2022
Content info: 200 Pages
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The global dairy testing market is valued at USD XX million in 2021 and is forecasted to reach USD XX million by 2029, growing at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period (2022-2029).
Dairy testing is food safety and quality testing that focuses on milk and other dairy products. According to Food and Agriculture Organization (US), more than six billion people worldwide consume milk and dairy products. End customers rely on testing to ensure that milk and dairy products are free of hazardous microorganisms, heavy metals, dioxins, and contaminants. Dairy testing also aids businesses in meeting regulatory criteria for permitted pollutants limits, labeling regulations, fraud prevention, and averting foodborne disease, toxicity, or poisoning situations. During the projection period, increased milk adulterations, the rise in organized retail establishments, rising health concerns, and testing technology development will drive market expansion.
The market is expanding due to rising concerns about foodborne diseases caused by dairy products
Eating food that has been contaminated with pesticides, bacteria, toxins, or heavy metals is the most common cause of foodborne illnesses. According to the WHO, 44 people per minute - or more than 23 million per year - become depressed due to poisoned food, with an average of 4700 people dying as a result. Each year, unsafe food causes millions of sick days, leading to long-term or severe disease, hospitalization, and even death. The safety, quality, and nutritional value of milk and dairy products are jeopardized by harmful bacteria and chemical pollutants. There is growing worried about the quality and safety of dairy products used for human consumption as the number of foodborne illnesses rises. As a result, more focus is being placed on microbiological and chemical analysis of milk and dairy products to assess quality, ensure safety, and ensure regulatory compliance. As a result, legislation requiring thorough testing of milk and dairy products has been introduced, pushing the demand for dairy testing.
Waterborne disease pathogens, according to estimates, are the most common cause of foodborne diseases. Norovirus is the most common cause of gastrointestinal illness, with an estimated 15 million cases, followed by Campylobacter spp. with over 5 million cases. Raw and undercooked milk, cheese, and ice cream are the most common sources of foodborne illness worldwide, with raw and uncooked milk, cheese, and ice cream being the most common sources of contamination. Pathogenic contamination can develop if raw milk is handled incorrectly before or after pasteurization. As a result, legislation requiring strict testing of milk and dairy products has boosted the dairy testing industry. According to the FAO, the United States launched a national drive in 1997 to revamp its food safety regulatory framework. Because it encompasses the entire food chain, the program is properly dubbed "Food Safety from Farm to Table: A National Food Safety Initiative." As a result of the increased prevalence of foodborne disease and government activities, the dairy testing industry is expected to grow.
Milk and milk powder is the dominating segment in global dairy testing market
The milk and milk powder market sector are predicted to be the most significant revenue contributors in the global market. It is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast period. Milk and milk powder may get contaminated due to poor hygienic conditions during manufacturing, storage, and shipment. Powdered milk is a natural substitute for liquid milk and is used in various applications, including baking, dairy, and neonatal nourishment.
In 2021, the safety testing segment was likely to be the most dominant, with the fastest growth during the projection period. This is due to regulatory bodies' increased emphasis on food safety testing as they work to improve the safety and quality of dairy. Testing also aids in the closure of regulatory gaps, the prevention of adulteration and malpractices, and the fulfillment of labeling requirements. DNA Diagnostic Center, a genetic testing laboratory that serves the reproductive, lifestyle, veterinary, and forensic industries, was bought by Eurofins Clinical Testing US Holding, Inc, a subsidiary of Eurofins Scientific, in January 2021. Eurofins will be able to enter the DNA testing business due to the acquisition.
The growing need for dairy testing in Europe is propelling the dairy testing industry forward
Europe has the strictest dairy testing requirements in the world, which are updated and revised on a regular basis. Europe conducts the world's highest number of sample tests for both safety and quality. For entry into the European market, strict adherence to MRLs and measures to prevent microbiological contamination are required. Exporters of milk and dairy products to the European Union must adhere to a set of tight rules. They must be registered for export and listed with the EU. As more dairy samples are tested, both for import and export, the dairy testing business in this region is being driven by the growing dairy trade between Europe and other regions. Because Europe has some of the world's strictest food safety regulations, incidences of milk fraud are uncommon. When public health problems are found in the food chain, the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed Safety sends out an alert.
SGS SA (Switzerland), Eurofins Scientific, Intertek Group plc, and Bureau Veritas are the leading companies in this market. New product releases, expansions and investments, mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, collaborations, and agreements are among the strategies used by major players in this industry to expand their presence. These businesses are well-known in North America and Europe. They also have production facilities in these areas, as well as significant distribution networks. Bureau veritas bought AET, a company that specializes in laboratory testing, product development, and sustainability testing, in September 2021. The firm is also well-known for its research and development services. The transaction was made with the goal of expanding BV's global network and client base. Aet's revenue in 2020 is expected to be EUR 20 million.
Positive impact on the global dairy testing market
The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to substantially impact the food (dairy) market since it has brought attention to the importance of eating in a safe, healthy, and nutritional manner. During the COVID-19 pandemic, food security, food safety, and food sustainability were severely impacted. The use of e-commerce to order groceries and restaurant meals has increased dramatically. Restaurants with a well-established drive-thru and pick-up service have performed significantly better than those that do not. Consumer preferences regarding food consumption have shifted dramatically, with a larger preference for safety and quality. Manufacturers have been compelled to assess the safety parameters of their food products to maintain their production values in the market.
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