Food Waste Management Technologies Market – Emerging Trends and Opportunities

Food Waste has Conversion Potential in Power Production, Animal Feed, Fertilizer, Biofuels, Bioplastics and New Food Items

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Food waste management has gained increased emphasis in recent times, especially in the context of the recently adopted United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The initiative is driven mainly by the need to address declining natural resources, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and to reduce waste disposal into landfills. The current study gives an overview of food waste management including global trends and regional activities, discusses various solutions for food waste management, gives an idea about various pathways that could be adopted, and innovative technology and management solutions. Emerging business models for food waste management have been identified and Porter’s Five Forces Analyses were done for the various food waste management pathways.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Key Findings for Emerging Trends and Opportunities in Food Waste Management2. Food Wastage Overview2.1 Food Wastage Snapshot2.2 Food Wastage in the Value Chain: Wastage Occurs Throughout the Various Processes in the Food Value Chain2.3 Food Wastage Global Trends: Patterns of Food Wastage Vary from Region to Region3. Food Waste Management Landscape3.1.1 Region-wise Food Waste Management Scenario: North America is Home to Several Activities Aimed to Manage Food Waste3.1.2 Region-wise Food Waste Management Scenario: Europe Shows an Active Trend of Creating Supportive Frameworks and Regulations3.1.3 Region-wise Food Waste Management Scenario: Asia Pacific Lags Behind Other Regions in Food Waste Management Initiatives3.2 Drivers & Challenges: Main drivers are Emphasis on Optimal Scarce Resources Usage, Reduction of Greenhouse Gases3.3.1 Food Waste Management Strategies: Food Waste Reduction Has Top Priority in the Food Waste Management Hierarchy3.3.2 Food Waste Management Strategies: Food Banks Play a Major Role in Food Diversion and Management3.3.3 Food Waste Management Strategies: Six Major Pathways for Food Waste Conversion3.3.4 Food Waste Management Strategies: Researchers Keen on Extraction of Food Ingredients and Other Biomolecules from Food Waste4. Innovations, Trends, and Opportunities4.1 Food Waste Conversion for Power Production: Expected Higher Adoption Rates in the Near Future4.2 Food Waste Conversion to Animal Feed: Increasingly Significant As Feed Prices Increase4.3 Food Waste Conversion to Fertilizer: Commonly Adopted in Food Waste Management4.4 Food Waste Conversion to New Food Items: Collaborative Strategic Management Is the Way Ahead4.5 Food Waste Conversion to Biofuel: Many Projects are at Various Stages of Development 4.6 Food Waste Conversion to Bioplastics: Actively Being Considered as Viable Plastic Feedstock Alternative4.7 Current and Emerging Trends: Composting and Anaerobic Digestion are the Most Commonly Adopted Methods4.8 Emerging Opportunities: Extraction of Edible Ingredients and Conversion of Misshaped Fruits and Food Production Byproducts are Expected to Increase in Prominence4.9 Fruit Waste Management Emerging Business Model : Integrated Approach Among Stakeholders Required to Increase Waste Utilization4.10 Byproduct Waste Management Emerging Business Model : An Important Element for Holistic Food Waste Management5. Opportunity Evaluation5.1 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis: Food Ingredients/Other Products from Food Waste5.2 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis: Fuel/Electricity from Food Waste:5.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis: Compost from Food Waste6. Successful Strategies for Food Waste Management6.1 A Successful Food Waste Management Model: Detailed Waste Assessment is Critical to Strategic Planning6.2 Supportive policy frameworks play an important role in increased adoption of technologies6.3 The Future to See Increasing Adoption of Innovative Models in Food Waste Management Enabling Upcycling 7. Key Patents and Contact Details7.1 Patents on Converting Food Waste to Fuel7.2 Patents on Automation in Food Waste Monitoring7.3 Patents on Food Waste Treatment Mechanisms7.4 Contact Details7.5 Legal Disclaimer8. The Frost & Sullivan Story8.1 The Frost and Sullivan Story8.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company and Career8.3 Global Perspective8.4 Industry Convergence8.5 360º Research Perspective8.6 Implementation Excellence8.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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