Technologies Impacting the Future of Food and Beverage Sector (TechVision)

Technologies Impacting the Future of Food and Beverage Sector (TechVision)

Emerging Technologies and Trends that Can Influence the Future of Global Food and Beverage Industry

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28-Sep-2016
REGION
Global
Research Code: D74C-01-00-00-00
SKU: FA00481-GL-TR_19034

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This research service covers emerging technologies and trends that are likely to have a high impact on the future of the global food and beverage (F&B) industry. The research, in particular, emphasizes on the key health and wellness trends in the F&B space. The key technological aspects behind each trend are highlighted. The research highlights the existing and emerging technology convergence trends that can shape the F&B industry.
The research service Highlights the recent advances across enzyme technologies, gene editing, biosensors, packaging, Big Data, and three-dimensional (3D) printing platforms that are likely to impact the global F&B markets. Furthermore, the research provides insights into each technology platform and highlights the key companies, while assessing the technological impact across key segments in the F&B industry along with highlighting the technology adoption in the form of a technology adoption roadmap.

Table of Contents

1.1 Scope of Research

1.2 Research Process and Methodology

1.3 Key Findings: Emerging Technologies from Other Industries Expected to Influence the Future of Global F&B Sector

2.1 Key Technologies and Trends Impacting the Global F&B Sector

2.2 Health & Wellness Trends Are Increasingly Impacting the Food Industry

2.3 Emerging Trends Are Likely to Fuel Novel Technological Advances

2.4 Global Food Technology Landscape Is Striving to Meet Evolving Consumer Choices

2.5 The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) May Alleviate the Incidences of Foodborne Illnesses in the near Future

2.6 The Global Outcome of GM Food Debate Is Likely to Have a Big Impact on Future Food Production Trends

2.7 Consumer Driven Trends Are Fueling Technology Convergence across a Wide Range of F&B Applications

3.1 Microbial Enzyme Technologies Gaining Prominence in Several Applications

3.2 Enzymes Continue to Have Increasing Impact Across Various Production Processes

3.3 Enzymes for Enhancing Dough Quality and Improving Vegetable and Meat Processing Continue to Be of Interest

3.4 Enzyme Technologies Are Empowering Improved Extraction, Stabilization, Maturation and Production of Alcoholic Beverages

3.5 Enzyme Technologies Are Likely to Aid the Enhancement of Consumer Health in the near Future

4.1 Emerging Gene Editing Platforms Likely to Impact Crop and Livestock Farming

4.2 Nuclease-based Gene Editing Methods Dominate Agriculture and Animal Husbandry

4.3 New Nuclease and Non-nuclease Gene Editing Platforms Likely to Emerge in the Near Future

4.4 Emerging Gene Editing Technologies Will Enable Improved Crop Production and Personalized Nutrition in the Future

5.1 New Biosensor Platforms Will Improve Global Food Safety

5.2 Biotechnological Advances Fuelling Innovations in Molecular Food Testing Platforms

5.3 Advances in Big Data and Multi-omics Platforms Can Impact the Future of Biosensors

6.1 Emergence of Novel Smart and Sustainable Packaging Solutions

6.2 Hybrid, Smart, and Nano-Packaging Technologies to Emerge as High-impact Innovations

6.3 Active and Edible Packing Solutions May Fuel Innovations across the Global F&B Packaging Industry

6.4 Customized, Edible, and Smart Packaging Innovations May Define the Future of F&B Packaging

7.1 Big Data Analytics Will Enable Advances in Food Sampling and Microbiome Sequencing

7.2 Big Data Analytics Will Fuel Global Food Safety Processes

7.3 Big Data Technologies Likely to Impact Food Labeling in the Near Future

7.4 Big Data Technologies Will Fuel Disruptive Innovations and Technology Convergence across the Global F&B Sector

8.1 3D Printing Technologies Will Influence the Manufacture of Customized Products

8.2 Additive Manufacturing Technologies Have Unique Production Methods

8.3 3D Printing Will Highly Impact Confectionary Making

8.4 Emerging 3D Printing Innovations for Creating Nutritional and Customized Food Products

8.5 3D Printing Platforms Will Help Define the Future of Sustainable, Customized and Gourmet F&B Innovations

9.1 US and Europe Continue to Lead the Technology Development and Adoption Landscape

9.2 Optimal Convergence, Collaborations and Pricing Strategies Will Improve Technology Management across the Global F&B Sector

9.3 Technology Convergence across Diverse Sectors Will Most Likely Shape the Future of Several F&B Innovations

10.1 Key Contacts

10.1 Key Contacts (Continued)

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11.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

11.3 Global Perspective

11.4 Industry Convergence

11.5 360º Research Perspective

11.6 Implementation Excellence

11.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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This research service covers emerging technologies and trends that are likely to have a high impact on the future of the global food and beverage (F&B) industry. The research, in particular, emphasizes on the key health and wellness trends in the F&B space. The key technological aspects behind each trend are highlighted. The research highlights the existing and emerging technology convergence trends that can shape the F&B industry. The research service Highlights the recent advances across enzyme technologies, gene editing, biosensors, packaging, Big Data, and three-dimensional (3D) printing platforms that are likely to impact the global F&B markets. Furthermore, the research provides insights into each technology platform and highlights the key companies, while assessing the technological impact across key segments in the F&B industry along with highlighting the technology adoption in the form of a technology adoption roadmap.
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Author Vandana Iyer
Industries Agriculture and Nutrition
WIP Number D74C-01-00-00-00
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