Top Growth Drivers and Trends in the North American Food and Beverage Market

Top Growth Drivers and Trends in the North American Food and Beverage Market

Balancing the Food Equation through Innovative Strategies and State of the Art Technologies

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20-Oct-2014
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North America
Research Code: NE2A-01-00-00-00
SKU: IA00143-NA-MR_02294

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Dynamic variations in food preferences, convenience, food safety and security issues, and costs are defining customer requirements in the North American food and beverage (F&B) market. These requirements are evolving processing, production, packaging, and supply chain models for the F&B manufacturers, enabling market disruptions that include improved plant efficiency, product differentiation, consolidation, and more focus on food safety and security. The strategic research deliverable provides an overview of game-changing trends and shifts expected to occur in this market. It also provides analysis of the business models, partnership ventures, technology advancements, competitive perspectives, and key integrated industry opportunities.

Table of Contents

Scope Overview

F&B Segments

Meat Production Process Map

Frozen Food Production Process Map

Chocolate Production Process Map

Beverage Production Process Map

Dairy Production Process Map

Brewery Production Process Map

Executive Insights—The Next Big Trends Emerging in the F&B Industry

Executive Insights—The Next Big Trends Emerging in the F&B Industry (continued)

Supply and Demand—Executive Insights

Environmental Regulations—Executive Insights

New Technologies and Alternatives—Executive Insights

Country and Economy—Executive Insights

Integrated Industry—Executive Insights

Mega Trends to Micro Booms

Our Unique Macro-to-micro Methodology—Use of Hypothesis

Key Definitions

Key Definitions (continued)

Top 8 Things a CEO Should Know

Top 8 Things a CEO Should Know (continued)

Food Trends in North America

The Big 7 in the F&B Industry

Factors Shaping the F&B Industry

Key Questions That Will Be Addressed

Designing for Flexibility—A New Agenda for Food Manufacturers

A Multi-variable Equation—Initiating New Project Designs

New Operating Models Enforce New Facility Designs

Components of New Facility Designs

Components of New Facility Designs (continued)

Automation—A Key Component to Improve Efficiency and Asset Optimization

Automation—A Key Component to Improve Efficiency and Asset Optimization (continued)

Food Robots

Food Robots (continued)

From Chocolates to Pizza—3-D Printing in Food

Nanotechnology—Precision Engineering at Its Best

New Plant Developments

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

Key Questions That Will Be Addressed

Packaging Waste—A Major Concern for the Industry

Trends to Add Value to the Packaging Value Chain

Material Developments—Active and Intelligent Packaging

Innovative Packaging Material Trends

Material Developments—Active and Intelligent Packaging

Technology Developments in the Packaging Industry

Technology Developments in the Packaging Industry (continued)

Packaging Equipment Innovation

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

Key Questions That Will Be Addressed

Cold Food Chains—A Vital Component of the Supply Chain

Changing Points of Focus in the Cold Chain

Meat and Seafood Cold Chains

Storage—A Crucial Transition Point in the Value Chain

Frozen Storage Warehouses—Automation is Key

Transportation—Maintaining the Cold Environment in Transit

Transportation—New Opportunities in Rail

New Opportunities in Transportation

Value Addition through Technology

Value Addition through Technology (continued)

Adding Value through Renovation—Efficiency is Essential to the Cold Chain

Strategy Development to Improve Cold Chain Participation

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

Key Questions That Will Be Addressed

Moving Food—Accessibility and Affordability Becoming Key Parameters

Growing Supply Chain Implications in Smart Cities

Smart City Implications on Food Logistics

Optimization of the Sourcing Process

Localization and Food Hubs

Transportation Efficiency

Distribution Networks

Warehouse Management Systems

Smarter Cities—Smarter Technologies

Step Function Improvements in the Food & Beverage Supply Chain

New Transportation Modes—Drones in the Supply Chain

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

Key Questions That Will Be Addressed

Food Safety Concerns on the Rise

Regulations Central to F&B Developments

FSMA—Safety from Farm to Fork

Impact of FSMA on Farm-to-fork Value Chain

FSMA and Manufacturing Plants—Control and Prevention

FSMA and Supply Chains—Traceability-driven Chains

Food Traceability Technologies—Software Takes Center Stage

Implementing Food Traceability Technologies

An Integrated Traceability Approach for the Fresh Produce Industry

Meat and Seafood Traceability

The Impact of Growing Trade and Regulations—Changing Labeling Requirements

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

Key Questions That Will Be Addressed

Emerging Focus on Sustainability

Resolving Water, Energy, and Emissions

Water Issues

Reducing the Water Footprint—Near-zero Waste Discharge

Energy and Emission Inefficiencies

Saving Energy—Food Processor Perspectives

Green Bakeries on the Rise

Green Bakeries on the Rise (continued)

Emissions in the Dairy Industry

Sustainability Initiatives—Making the Most of Waste

Sustainability Initiatives—Making the Most of Waste (continued)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

Key Questions That Will Be Addressed

Industry Convergence Fueled by the IoT

Industry Convergence Fueled by the IoT (continued)

Four Big Elements in the IoT Space

Four Big Elements in the IoT Space (continued)

Application of the Cloud in the F&B Industry

Cloud for Complex Supplier Networks

Big Data and Analytics

Mobility in the F&B Industry

Wireless Intelligence—Connecting the Unconnected

Wireless Systems—Enabling Remote Asset Management

New Technologies—Advancing Customer Interactions with the Products

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)

Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

Our Research Methodology

CEO 360°—7 Perspectives

Competitive Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry

Competitive Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry (continued)

Integrated Industry Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry

Technology Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry

Technology Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry (continued)

Regional Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry

Best Practices Perspective and its Importance to the F&B Industry

Economic Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

Additional Sources of Information on the F&B Scorecard

Partial List of Companies Interviewed

Agricultural Trade Outlook

Corn and Meat Supply and Demand Outlook

Fish Demand Outlook

Consumer Price Index

List of Food Plant Developments

Fresh Vs Frozen Vegetable Consumption

Appendix—List of Refrigerated Warehouses in the US

Upcoming Projects

List of Food Hubs—Alabama to California

List of Food Hubs—Alabama to California (continued)

List of Food Hubs

Meat Traceability Laws

Food Incidents

Water Consumption Rates

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Dynamic variations in food preferences, convenience, food safety and security issues, and costs are defining customer requirements in the North American food and beverage (F&B) market. These requirements are evolving processing, production, packaging, and supply chain models for the F&B manufacturers, enabling market disruptions that include improved plant efficiency, product differentiation, consolidation, and more focus on food safety and security. The strategic research deliverable provides an overview of game-changing trends and shifts expected to occur in this market. It also provides analysis of the business models, partnership ventures, technology advancements, competitive perspectives, and key integrated industry opportunities.
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Author Sonia Francisco
Industries Industrial Automation
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