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

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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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Executive SummaryScope OverviewF&B SegmentsMeat Production Process MapFrozen Food Production Process MapChocolate Production Process MapBeverage Production Process MapDairy Production Process MapBrewery Production Process MapExecutive Insights—The Next Big Trends Emerging in the F&B IndustryExecutive Insights—The Next Big Trends Emerging in the F&B Industry (continued)Supply and Demand—Executive InsightsEnvironmental Regulations—Executive InsightsNew Technologies and Alternatives—Executive InsightsCountry and Economy—Executive InsightsIntegrated Industry—Executive InsightsIntroductionMega Trends to Micro BoomsOur Unique Macro-to-micro Methodology—Use of HypothesisKey DefinitionsKey Definitions (continued)Top 8 Things a CEO Should KnowTop 8 Things a CEO Should Know (continued)Food Trends in North AmericaThe Big 7 in the F&B IndustryFactors Shaping the F&B IndustryFuture Food Manufacturing—Converging Food Technology with Industrial TechnologyKey Questions That Will Be AddressedDesigning for Flexibility—A New Agenda for Food ManufacturersA Multi-variable Equation—Initiating New Project DesignsNew Operating Models Enforce New Facility DesignsComponents of New Facility DesignsComponents of New Facility Designs (continued)Automation—A Key Component to Improve Efficiency and Asset OptimizationAutomation—A Key Component to Improve Efficiency and Asset Optimization (continued)Food RobotsFood Robots (continued)From Chocolates to Pizza—3-D Printing in FoodNanotechnology—Precision Engineering at Its BestNew Plant DevelopmentsFindings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)Packaging Trends—Making the Most of the $11.4 Billion Packaging Waste IndustryKey Questions That Will Be Addressed Packaging Waste—A Major Concern for the IndustryTrends to Add Value to the Packaging Value ChainMaterial Developments—Active and Intelligent PackagingInnovative Packaging Material TrendsMaterial Developments—Active and Intelligent PackagingTechnology Developments in the Packaging IndustryTechnology Developments in the Packaging Industry (continued)Packaging Equipment InnovationFindings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)The “Cold Box”—Exploring Temperature-controlled Value ChainsKey Questions That Will Be AddressedCold Food Chains—A Vital Component of the Supply ChainChanging Points of Focus in the Cold ChainMeat and Seafood Cold Chains Storage—A Crucial Transition Point in the Value ChainFrozen Storage Warehouses—Automation is KeyTransportation—Maintaining the Cold Environment in Transit Transportation—New Opportunities in RailNew Opportunities in TransportationValue Addition through TechnologyValue Addition through Technology (continued)Adding Value through Renovation—Efficiency is Essential to the Cold ChainStrategy Development to Improve Cold Chain ParticipationFindings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)Food on the Move—Bridging the Weakest Link in Smart CitiesKey Questions That Will Be AddressedMoving Food—Accessibility and Affordability Becoming Key ParametersGrowing Supply Chain Implications in Smart CitiesSmart City Implications on Food LogisticsOptimization of the Sourcing ProcessLocalization and Food HubsTransportation EfficiencyDistribution NetworksWarehouse Management SystemsSmarter Cities—Smarter TechnologiesStep Function Improvements in the Food & Beverage Supply ChainNew Transportation Modes—Drones in the Supply ChainFindings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued) From SQF to FSMA—Adding New Dimensions to Food SafetyKey Questions That Will Be AddressedFood Safety Concerns on the RiseRegulations Central to F&B DevelopmentsFSMA—Safety from Farm to ForkImpact of FSMA on Farm-to-fork Value ChainFSMA and Manufacturing Plants—Control and PreventionFSMA and Supply Chains—Traceability-driven ChainsFood Traceability Technologies—Software Takes Center StageImplementing Food Traceability TechnologiesAn Integrated Traceability Approach for the Fresh Produce IndustryMeat and Seafood TraceabilityThe Impact of Growing Trade and Regulations—Changing Labeling RequirementsFindings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)Serving Sustainability—Clean and GreenKey Questions That Will Be Addressed Emerging Focus on SustainabilityResolving Water, Energy, and EmissionsWater IssuesReducing the Water Footprint—Near-zero Waste DischargeEnergy and Emission InefficienciesSaving Energy—Food Processor PerspectivesGreen Bakeries on the RiseGreen Bakeries on the Rise (continued)Emissions in the Dairy IndustrySustainability Initiatives—Making the Most of WasteSustainability Initiatives—Making the Most of Waste (continued)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)Digital Transformation to Disrupt Existing Operating Models in the F&B IndustryKey Questions That Will Be AddressedIndustry Convergence Fueled by the IoTIndustry Convergence Fueled by the IoT (continued)Four Big Elements in the IoT SpaceFour Big Elements in the IoT Space (continued)Application of the Cloud in the F&B Industry Cloud for Complex Supplier NetworksBig Data and AnalyticsMobility in the F&B IndustryWireless Intelligence—Connecting the UnconnectedWireless Systems—Enabling Remote Asset ManagementNew Technologies—Advancing Customer Interactions with the ProductsFindings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)Future Perspectives Our Research MethodologyCEO 360°—7 PerspectivesCompetitive Perspective and its Importance in the F&B IndustryCompetitive Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry (continued)Integrated Industry Perspective and its Importance in the F&B IndustryTechnology Perspective and its Importance in the F&B IndustryTechnology Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry (continued)Regional Perspective and its Importance in the F&B IndustryBest Practices Perspective and its Importance to the F&B IndustryEconomic Perspective and its Importance in the F&B IndustryLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyAdditional Sources of Information on the F&B ScorecardPartial List of Companies InterviewedAppendix for Food Trends in the United StatesAgricultural Trade OutlookCorn and Meat Supply and Demand OutlookFish Demand OutlookConsumer Price IndexAppendix for Future Food PlantsList of Food Plant DevelopmentsAppendix for Cold Food ChainsFresh Vs Frozen Vegetable ConsumptionAppendix—List of Refrigerated Warehouses in the USAppendix for Food Supply ChainsUpcoming ProjectsList of Food Hubs—Alabama to CaliforniaList of Food Hubs—Alabama to California (continued)List of Food HubsAppendix for Food RegulationsMeat Traceability LawsFood IncidentsAppendix for Green Food ChainsWater Consumption Rates




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