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Global Markets For Controlled Intelligent Packaging, Preservation And Shelf-Life Extension For Food And Beverages

NEW YORK, April 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Markets for Controlled Intelligent Packaging, Preservation and Shelf-Life Extension for Food and Beverages

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REPORT SCOPE INTRODUCTION STUDY OBJECTIVESThe purpose of this BCC study is to offer a comprehensive analysis of the current and future trends of the global market for food and beverage preservatives, packaging and shelf life extenders. Factors such as technological advances, societal status and many others that can advance or deter the development of the current and anticipated preservatives, packaging and extenders were evaluated. The report offers insight regarding the market size, market leaders, product offerings and elements affecting the market of food and beverage preservatives and shelf-life extenders from the perspective of their applications within the food and beverage, as well as the packaging, industries.This report encompasses the detailed definitions, production, sales estimations and markets for various preservatives and extenders; their relevant use in food and beverage products; and the functions of preservatives and extenders that can help processors strategize solutions best fitting the marketing of their products. The report also covers various aspects of market inventions, the challenges and the future needs of the market. The usage, advantages and disadvantages of the various types of preservatives, packaging and extenders are also examined in this report.A broad analysis of the sales for preservative, packaging and shelf life extenders are broken down by the regions such as North America, Europe and emerging markets. Sales figures are approximated for the five-year period from 2012 through 2017.

REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDYThe demand for food and beverage safety is a global requirement for today's consumers. With the growing concern about food safety and trustworthiness, the need for sound and effective preservatives and preservation techniques is being ever more greatly emphasized. In addition, the consumer demand for fresh and healthy food is adding dimension to the technological advances in food preservation.This study is an attempt to put forward detailed information on the market players, companies, techniques and technologies, and uses and factors that bring forth the novel ways that food and beverage processors are meeting the challenges and demands of food preservation and shelf life extension. In addition, an assessment of different approaches to extending freshness, texture, flavors and nutritional value is implemented. Consumers' inclination towards natural preservatives over the chemical counterparts as well as the industry's response to this—to develop various natural preservatives—is discussed. Processors are constantly looking for new techniques, such as smart packaging, encapsulation, irradiation, chilling and thermal processing of food in conjunction with re-examining older methods such as pickling, dehydrating or salting, etc., to provide the desired freshness and extended shelf life to foods and beverages. Additionally, mergers and acquisitions, as well as collaborations between companies, are also covered in this report. The study offers an understanding of the significance of this industry that is relevant to the changing perception of the consumer's food and beverage preferences. CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY AND FOR WHOMThis study contributes to the areas of market growth by addressing the challenges of food and beverage preservation techniques for manufactures from the application perspective. Primarily food and beverage industries, including food processors, hotels chains and similar sectors, would find this study to be of interest. SCOPE OF THE STUDYThe scope of this study covers the markets of preservation techniques, packaging and shelf life extenders for food and beverages. BCC analyzes each market, the different types of food preservation techniques, regulatory aspects, the application of the preservatives, packaging and extenders in the food and beverage industry, market projections, market leaders and market share. In addition, the study sheds light on the technological improvements including the latest preferences, trends and progress. The emerging markets in this field include India, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Africa, Australia and New Zealand. METHODOLOGYBCC conducted an extensive literature search that included technical newsletters, journals, technical blogs, the latest technical articles and research papers as well as many other sources. The data were collected through interviews and correspondence with various food and beverage experts. Projections were based on estimates such as the current application status, potential application, likely unit prices, rate of consumption and market trends. INFORMATION SOURCESBCC surveyed various companies within the industry to acquire data for this study. They are well-reputed manufacturers and end users of preservatives in food and beverages and other relevant industries. Data were gathered from pertinent industry sources. BCC spoke with officials within the industry, consulted newsletters, company literature, technical blogs, product literature, technical articles, journals, indexes and abstracts. Comprehensive exploration of databases by key terminologies was conducted. In addition, data were compiled from current financial, trade and government sources. ABOUT THE AUTHORThe study has been conducted by a team of professionals in the biotechnology industry. The project manager for this project is Shalini S. Dewan, who holds a Master's degree in pharmaceutical chemistry and has over 14 years of industry experience. Shalini was awarded a Gold Medal by the Prime Minister of India for her work and has worked with top companies in India and in the U.S. Some of her other reports with BCC are: Reagents for Chromatography; Spectroscopy: An Enduring Market; Advanced Drug Delivery Systems: Technologies and Global Markets; Orthopedic Drugs, Implants and Devices; Medical Imaging Reagents and Analysis Equipment; The Pharmaceutical Regulatory Industry; The Dynamic Media, Sera and the Reagent Market in Biotechnology; Contract Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Research and Packaging: Global Markets; Chiral Technology: Global Markets; Autacoids and Related Drugs: Technologies and Global Markets; Contraceptives: Technologies and Global Markets; Liver Disease Treatments: The Global Market; Hormone Replacement Therapies and Other Hormone Therapies: Global Markets; Cardiovascular Medicine: Diagnostics, Drugs and Devices; and Cancer Therapies: Technologies and Global Markets.Shalini has a number of research publications to her credit, including her thesis, which was given an award of excellence.The lead consultant for this project was Ms. Ruma Chakravarty, who holds a Master's degree in biophysics. She has extensive experience in market research, quality, process improvement, and Lean and Six Sigma concepts. CUSTOM ANALYSESBCC Research provides custom research studies tailored to our clients' needs in areas related to the subject research material, but perhaps not covered in detail in this report. Please contact BCC regarding the terms and conditions of such services. REPORT HIGHLIGHTSThis report provides:• An overview of preservatives and shelf-life extension in foods and beverages• Analyses of U.S. as well as international market trends, with data from 2011 and 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017• Examination of the industry structure and competitiveness• Discussion of preservatives, packaging, encapsulation, chilling and thermal processing irradiation as well as traditional preservation methods• A breakdown of the latest trends and developments in the industry• Comprehensive company profiles.

TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2STUDY OBJECTIVES 2REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY 2CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY AND FOR WHOM 3SCOPE OF THE STUDY 3METHODOLOGY 3INFORMATION SOURCES 3ABOUT THE AUTHOR 3RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 4CUSTOM ANALYSES 4BCC ON-LINE SERVICES 4DISCLAIMER 5 CHAPTER 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL REVENUE OF PRESERVATION, PACKAGING ANDSHELF LIFE EXTENDERS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 8SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL REVENUE OF PRESERVATION, PACKAGING ANDSHELF LIFE EXTENDERS, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 8 CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW 10IMPORTANCE OF THE PRESERVATION AND PACKAGING INDUSTRY 10FOOD PRESERVATION HISTORY 11TABLE 1 HIGHLIGHTS IN FOOD PRESERVATION HISTORY 13FOOD PRESERVATION AND SHELF LIFE EXTENDERS 14TYPES OF PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF-LIFE EXTENDERS 15TABLE 2 KEY PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF-LIFE EXTENDERS 15CHEMICAL AND NATURAL PRESERVATIVES 15ANTIOXIDANTS 15TABLE 3 SELECTED ANTIOXIDANTS 16Selected Antioxidants 16Tertiary-butylhydroquinone (TBHQ) 17Propyl Gallate 17Trihydroxybutyrophenone (THBP) 18Tocopherols 18Flavonoids and Phenolics 18TABLE 4 ADVANTAGES OF SELECTED ANTIOXIDANTS 19ANTIMICROBIALS 19TABLE 5 SELECTED ANTIMICROBIALS 20Selected Antimicrobials 20Acetic Acid 20Benzoic Acid 21Lysozyme 21Natamycin 21Nisin (Bacteriocins) 22Phosphoric and Citric Acids 22Propionic Acid, Sodium and Calcium Propionates 22Parabens 23Sorbates (Sorbic Acid, Potassium Sorbate) 23Sulfites 24Nitrates and Nitrites 24Glutaraldehyde 24TABLE 6 ADVANTAGES OF SELECTED ANTIMICROBIALS 25SYNERGISMS AND CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS 26PACKAGING 27TABLE 7 CHARACTERISTICS OF PACKAGING BY TYPE AND FUNCTION 27PLASTICS/ POLYMERS 28Plastics and Films 28Additional Plastic/Polymer Technologies for Use in FoodPreservation 29Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol Copolymer (EVOH) 29High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) 29Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) 29Polypropylene (PP) 30CANNING AND BOTTLING (METAL AND GLASS) 30FOIL 31FLEXIBLE PACKAGING (WOOD, PAPER AND CARDBOARD) 32HIGH-PRESSURE PACKAGING (HPP) 33SMART PACKAGING 33Active Packaging 33Controlled Packaging 34Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) 34Controlled Atmosphere Packaging (CAP) 35Intelligent Packaging 36TABLE 8 FUNCTIONS OF PACKAGING BY TYPE 36ENCAPSULATION 37TABLE 9 TYPES AND CATEGORIES OF ENCAPSULATION AND THEIRFUNCTIONS 38SPRAY DRYING 38SPRAY CONGEALING OR COOLING 39DRUM DRYING 40FLUIDIZED BED 40EXTRUSION 40ROTATING DISK 41VIBRATION NOZZLE 41COACERVATION 41RENNET-GELLED PROTEIN ENCAPSULATION 42ADVANTAGES OF ENCAPSULATION 42DISADVANTAGES OF ENCAPSULATION 42CHILLING AND HEATING 43TABLE 10 TYPES AND CATEGORIES OF CHILLING AND HEATING AND THEIRFUNCTIONS 43CHILLING 44Refrigeration and Freezing 44Blast Chilling 44Blast Freezing/Flash Freezing 45Freeze Drying or Lyophilization 45Convenience Fresh Foods 46Versatile Freezing Equipment (VFE) 46Advantages of Refrigeration and Freezing 47HEATING 47Sterilization 47Retorting 48Pasteurization 48Ohmic Heating 49Induction/Inductive Heating 49Microwave Heating 50Radio-Frequency Heating 50Thermization 51ADVANTAGES OF HEATING AND OTHER THERMAL PROCESSES 51IRRADIATION 51BIOTECHNOLOGY 52ADVANTAGES OF IRRADIATION 53CONCERNS REGARDING IRRADIATION 53ADDITIONAL METHODS 54SALTING AND SPICING 54PICKLING 55FERMENTATION 55DEHYDRATION AND SMOKING 55SUGARING AND SYRUPING 56 CHAPTER 4 REGULATORY ASPECTS 58LABELING OF FOODS 59REGULATIONS FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGES PRESERVATIVES 59BUTYLATED HYDROXYANISOLE (BHA) 59TABLE 11 LIMITS OF BHA AND BHT IN TYPES OF FOOD 60BUTYLATED HYDROXYTOLUENE (BHT) 60TABLE 12 LIMITS OF BHT AND BHA IN TYPES OF FOOD 61TERTIARY BUTYL HYDROQUINONE (TBHQ) 61PROPYL GALLATE 61TRIHYDROXYBUTYROPHENONE (THBP) 62TOCOPHEROLS 62BENZOIC ACID 62Sodium Benzoate 62PHOSPHORIC ACID 62CITRIC ACID 63SORBIC ACID 63SULFITES IN STANDARDIZED FOOD 63NITRITES AND/OR NITRATES IN CURING PREMIXES 63Potassium Nitrate 63Sodium Nitrate 64Sodium Nitrite 64TABLE 13 PRESERVATIVE AND STANDARD APPROXIMATE LIMITS 66REGULATIONS FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGES PACKAGING 66REGULATIONS FOR CHILLING AND THERMAL PROCESSING OF FOODAND BEVERAGES 68REGULATIONS FOR FOOD ENCAPSULATION 69MICROCAPSULES FOR FLAVORING SUBSTANCES 69REGULATION OF IRRADIATED FOODS AND BEVERAGES 70TABLE 14 STATUS OF FOOD IRRADIATION REGULATIONS IN THE U.S., 1985TO 2000 71TABLE 15 RECALLS OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE PRODUCTS 2009-OCTOBER2012 72REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS OF PRESERVATIVES, PACKAGING ANDSHELF LIFE EXTENDERS 74 CHAPTER 5 NEW DEVELOPMENTS 76TABLE 16 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN 2012 FOR CONTROLLED PACKAGING,PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF-LIFE EXTENDERS 76TABLE 17 ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS AND AWARDS IN 2012 FORCONTROLLED PACKAGING, PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF LIFE EXTENDERS 80TABLE 18 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN 2011 FOR CONTROLLED PACKAGING,PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF-LIFE EXTENDERS 83TABLE 19 ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS AND AWARDS IN 2011 FORCONTROLLED PACKAGING, PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF LIFE EXTENDERS 85TABLE 20 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN 2010 FOR CONTROLLED PACKAGING,PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF LIFE EXTENDERS 87TABLE 21 ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS AND AWARDS IN 2010 FORCONTROLLED PACKAGING, PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF-LIFE EXTENDERS 89TABLE 22 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN 2009 FOR CONTROLLED PACKAGING,PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF-LIFE EXTENDERS 91TABLE 23 ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS AND AWARDS IN 2009 FORCONTROLLED PACKAGING, PRESERVATIVES AND SHELF LIFE EXTENDERS 92 CHAPTER 6 GLOBAL MARKETS - PACKAGING AND PRESERVATIVES 95MARKET BY TYPE 96MARKET OVERVIEW 98MARKET REVENUE 101TABLE 24 GLOBAL SALES FOR PACKAGING AND PRESERVATIVES OF FOODPRODUCTS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 101FIGURE 1 GLOBAL SALES FOR PACKAGING AND PRESERVATIVES OF FOODPRODUCTS BY TYPE, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 101MARKET SHARE 102TABLE 25 MARKET SHARE OF GLOBAL SALES FOR PACKAGING ANDPRESERVATIVES OF FOOD PRODUCTS BY TYPE, 2011 (%) 102FIGURE 2 MARKET SHARE OF GLOBAL SALES FOR PACKAGING ANDPRESERVATIVES OF FOOD PRODUCTS BY TYPE, 2011 (%) 103MARKET BY REGION 103MARKET OVERVIEW 104MARKET REVENUE 106TABLE 26 MARKET FOR PRESERVATIVES AND PACKAGING USED IN FOODPRESERVATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 106FIGURE 3 MARKET FOR PRESERVATIVES AND PACKAGING USED IN FOODPRESERVATION BY REGION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 106MARKET SHARE 107TABLE 27 MARKET SHARE OF PRESERVATIVES AND PACKAGING USED INFOOD PRESERVATION BY REGION, 2011 (%) 107FIGURE 4 MARKET SHARE OF PRESERVATIVES AND PACKAGING USED INFOOD PRESERVATION BY REGION, 2011 (%) 107PRESERVATIVES BY REGION 107TABLE 28 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF PRESERVATIVES USED INFOOD, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 108FIGURE 5 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF PRESERVATIVES USED INFOOD, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 108MARKET SHARE 109TABLE 29 MARKET SHARE FOR SALES OF PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOODBY REGION, 2011 (%) 109FIGURE 6 MARKET SHARE FOR SALES OF PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOODBY REGION, 2011 (%) 109PACKAGING BY REGION 110TABLE 30 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF PACKAGING, THROUGH2017 ($ MILLIONS) 110FIGURE 7 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF PACKAGING, 2010-2017 ($MILLIONS) 111MARKET SHARE 111TABLE 31 MARKET SHARE REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OFPACKAGING, 2011 (%) 111FIGURE 8 MARKET SHARE REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OFPACKAGING, 2011 (%) 112THERMAL AND FREEZING PROCESS BY REGION 112TABLE 32 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF THERMAL AND FREEZINGPROCESSES USED IN FOOD, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 113FIGURE 9 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF THERMAL AND FREEZINGPROCESSES USED IN FOOD, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 113MARKET SHARE 113TABLE 33 MARKET SHARE OF REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OFTHERMAL AND FREEZING PROCESS USED IN FOOD, 2011 (%) 114FIGURE 10 MARKET SHARE OF REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OFTHERMAL AND FREEZING PROCESS USED IN FOOD, 2011 (%) 114ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND ADDITIONAL FOODPRESERVATION PROCESSES BY REGION 114TABLE 34 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF ENCAPSULATION,IRRADIATION AND ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION PROCESSES USED INFOOD, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 115FIGURE 11 BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATIONAND ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION PROCESSES USED IN FOOD,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 115MARKET SHARE 116TABLE 35 MARKET SHARE OF REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OFENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATIONPROCESSES, 2011 (%) 116FIGURE 12 MARKET SHARE OF REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OFENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATIONPROCESSES, 2011 (%) 116MARKET BY APPLICATION 117MARKET OVERVIEW 117MARKET REVENUE 120TABLE 36 MARKET FOR PACKAGING AND PRESERVATION USED IN FOOD,BEVERAGE AND OTHER BY APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 121FIGURE 13 MARKET FOR PACKAGING AND PRESERVATION USED IN FOOD,BEVERAGE AND OTHER BY APPLICATIONS, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 121MARKET SHARE 121TABLE 37 MARKET SHARE FOR PACKAGING AND PRESERVATION USED INFOOD, BEVERAGE AND OTHER BY APPLICATIONS, 2011 (%) 122FIGURE 14 MARKET SHARE FOR PACKAGING AND PRESERVATION USED INFOOD, BEVERAGE AND OTHER BY APPLICATIONS, 2011 (%) 122 CHAPTER 7 MARKET ANALYSIS FOR PRESERVATIVES 124MARKET BY THE TYPE OF PRESERVATIVES 125TABLE 38 GLOBAL SALES FOR FOOD PRESERVATIVES, THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS) 125FIGURE 15 SALES FOR FOOD PRESERVATIVES, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 125ANTIOXIDANTS 126BHA/ BHT 126TBHQ 126Other Natural Antioxidants or Biopreservatives 127Tocopherols 127Flavonoids 127Other Antioxidants 128Propyl Gallate 128ANTIMICROBIALS 128Benzoic Acid and Benzoates 128Sorbates 129Other Antimicrobials 129Propionic Acid and Propionates 129Nitrates 130Sulfites 130MARKET OVERVIEW 130MARKET REVENUE 131TABLE 39 MARKET FOR FOOD PRESERVATIVES BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS) 132FIGURE 16 MARKET FOR FOOD PRESERVATIVES BY TYPE, 2010-2017 ($MILLIONS) 132MARKET SHARE 133TABLE 40 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD PRESERVATIVES BY TYPE, 2011 (%) 133FIGURE 17 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD PRESERVATIVES BY TYPE, 2011 (%) 133MARKET BY REGION 134TABLE 41 MARKET FOR PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOOD BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 134FIGURE 18 MARKET FOR PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOOD BY REGION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 134MARKET OVERVIEW 135MARKET REVENUE OF ANTIOXIDANTS 135TABLE 42 MARKET FOR ANTIOXIDANTS USED IN FOOD BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 136FIGURE 19 MARKET FOR ANTIOXIDANTS USED IN FOOD BY REGION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 136MARKET SHARE OF ANTIOXIDANTS 136TABLE 43 MARKET SHARE OF ANTIOXIDANTS BY REGION, 2011 (%) 137FIGURE 20 MARKET SHARE OF ANTIOXIDANTS BY REGION, 2011 (%) 137MARKET REVENUE OF ANTIMICROBIALS 137TABLE 44 MARKET FOR ANTIMICROBIALS USED IN FOOD BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 138FIGURE 21 MARKET FOR ANTIMICROBIALS USED IN FOOD BY REGION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 138MARKET SHARE OF ANTIMICROBIALS 138TABLE 45 MARKET SHARE OF ANTIMICROBIALS BY REGION, 2011 (%) 139FIGURE 22 MARKET SHARE OF ANTIMICROBIALS BY REGION, 2011 (%) 139MARKET BY APPLICATION 139FOOD 140BEVERAGES 141OTHERS 141MARKET OVERVIEW 142MARKET REVENUE 143TABLE 46 MARKET FOR PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOOD PRODUCTS BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 143FIGURE 23 MARKET FOR PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOOD PRODUCTS BYAPPLICATION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 143MARKET SHARE 144TABLE 47 MARKET SHARE OF PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOOD BYAPPLICATION, 2011 (%) 144FIGURE 24 MARKET SHARE OF PRESERVATIVES USED IN FOOD BYAPPLICATION, 2011 (%) 144INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 145MARKET LEADERS 145TABLE 48 LEADING MANUFACTURERS/SUPPLIERS OF PRODUCTS FORPRESERVATIVES 145MARKET SHARES 148TABLE 49 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS AND PROCESSORS FORFOOD PRESERVATIVES, 2011 (%) 148FIGURE 25 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS AND PROCESSORS FORFOOD PRESERVATIVES, 2011 (%) 148 CHAPTER 8 MARKET ANALYSIS FOR PACKAGING 151MARKET BY THE TYPE OF PACKAGING 152PLASTICS AND POLYMERS 152CANNING, GLASS (BOTTLING) AND METAL 152FOILS (ALUMINUM) 153FLEXIBLE PACKAGING (INCLUDING PAPER, CARDBOARD AND WOOD) 153OTHER (RETORTING, SMART PACKAGING) 154Retort Packaging 154Smart Packaging 154Active Packaging 155Controlled Packaging 155Intelligent Packaging 155MARKET OVERVIEW 156MARKET REVENUE 158TABLE 50 MARKET FOR FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY TYPE THROUGH2017 ($ MILLIONS) 158FIGURE 26 MARKET FOR FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2010-2017($ MILLIONS) 158MARKET SHARE 159TABLE 51 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2011(%) 159FIGURE 27 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2011(%) 160MARKET BY REGION 160TABLE 52 MARKET FOR FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 161FIGURE 28 MARKET FOR FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY REGION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 161MARKET OVERVIEW 161MARKET REVENUE 162Plastic/Polymer 162TABLE 53 MARKET FOR PLASTICS/POLYMER BY REGION THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS) 163FIGURE 29 MARKET FOR PLASTICS/POLYMER BY REGION, 2010-2017 ($MILLIONS) 163Market Share for Plastic/ Polymer 163TABLE 54 MARKET SHARE OF PLASTICS/POLYMER BY REGION, 2011 (%) 164FIGURE 30 MARKET SHARE OF PLASTICS/POLYMER BY REGION, 2011 (%) 164Canning/Bottling 164TABLE 55 MARKET FOR CANNING/BOTTLING BY REGION THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS) 164FIGURE 31 MARKET FOR CANNING/BOTTLING BY REGION 2010-2017 ($MILLIONS) 165Market Share for Canning/ Bottling 165TABLE 56 MARKET SHARE OF CANNING/BOTTLING BY REGION, 2011 (%) 166FIGURE 32 MARKET SHARE OF CANNING/BOTTLING BY REGION, 2011 (%) 166Foils 166TABLE 57 MARKET FOR FOIL BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 167FIGURE 33 MARKET FOR FOIL BY REGION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 167Market Share for Foils 167TABLE 58 MARKET SHARE OF FOIL BY REGION, 2011 (%) 168FIGURE 34 MARKET SHARE OF FOIL BY REGION, 2011 (%) 168Flexible Packaging 168TABLE 59 MARKET FOR FLEXIBLE PACKAGING BY REGION, THROUGH 2017($ MILLIONS) 169FIGURE 35 MARKET FOR FLEXIBLE PACKAGING BY REGION, 2010-2017 ($MILLIONS) 169Market Share for Flexible Packaging 169TABLE 60 MARKET SHARE OF FLEXIBLE PACKAGING BY REGION IN 2011 (%) 170FIGURE 36 MARKET SHARE OF FLEXIBLE PACKAGING BY REGION, 2011 (%) 170MARKET BY APPLICATION 170FOOD 171BEVERAGE 171MARKET OVERVIEW 172MARKET REVENUE 172TABLE 61 MARKET FOR FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 173FIGURE 37 MARKET FOR FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BY APPLICATION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 173MARKET SHARE 173TABLE 62 DISTRIBUTION SHARE OF FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BYAPPLICATION, 2011 (%) 174FIGURE 38 DISTRIBUTION SHARE OF FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS BYAPPLICATION, 2011 (%) 174INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 174MARKET LEADERS 175TABLE 63 LEADING MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS OF PRODUCTS FORPACKAGING 175MARKET SHARES 179TABLE 64 MARKET SHARE OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FOR FOODPACKAGING, 2011 (%) 179FIGURE 39 MARKET SHARE OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FOR FOODPACKAGING, 2011 (%) 179 CHAPTER 9 MARKET FOR ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERAPPLICATIONS 182MARKET BY TYPE 183ENCAPSULATION 183Spray Drying 183Spray Cooling or Spray Chilling 183Extrusion 184Fluidized-Bed Coating 184Coacervation 184TABLE 65 FOOD INGREDIENTS AND CORRESPONDING ENCAPSULATIONMETHODS 185Drum Dryers 185IRRADIATION 185OTHERS 186Salting and Spicing 187Pickling 187Fermentation 188Dehydration and Smoking 188Sugaring and Syruping 189MARKET OVERVIEW 189MARKET REVENUE 190TABLE 66 MARKET FOR PRODUCTS THROUGH ENCAPSULATION,IRRADIATION AND OTHER FOOD PRESERVATION METHODS BY TYPE,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 191FIGURE 40 MARKET FOR PRODUCTS THROUGH ENCAPSULATION,IRRADIATION AND OTHER FOOD PRESERVATION METHODS BY TYPE,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 191MARKET SHARE 192TABLE 67 MARKET SHARE OF ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERFOOD PRESERVATION METHODS BY TYPE, 2011 (%) 192FIGURE 41 MARKET SHARE OF ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERFOOD PRESERVATION METHODS BY TYPE, 2011 (%) 192MARKET BY REGION 192TABLE 68 MARKET FOR ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERMETHODS USED IN FOOD PRESERVATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($MILLIONS) 193FIGURE 42 MARKET FOR ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERMETHODS USED IN FOOD PRESERVATION BY REGION, 2010-2017 ($MILLIONS) 193MARKET OVERVIEW 194MARKET REVENUE 195Encapsulation 195TABLE 69 MARKET FOR ENCAPSULATION METHOD USED IN FOODPRESERVATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 195FIGURE 43 MARKET FOR ENCAPSULATION METHOD USED IN FOODPRESERVATION BY REGION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 196Irradiation 196TABLE 70 MARKET FOR IRRADIATION METHOD USED IN FOODPRESERVATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 196FIGURE 44 MARKET FOR IRRADIATION METHOD USED IN FOODPRESERVATION BY REGION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 197Additional Food Preservative Methods 197TABLE 71 MARKET FOR ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION METHODS BYREGION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 198FIGURE 45 MARKET FOR ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION METHODS BYREGION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 198MARKET SHARES 198Encapsulation 198TABLE 72 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD-ENCAPSULATION TECHNIQUE BYREGION, 2011 (%) 198FIGURE 46 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD-ENCAPSULATION TECHNIQUE BYREGION, 2011 (%) 199Irradiation 199TABLE 73 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD-IRRADIATION TECHNIQUE BY REGION,2011 (%) 199FIGURE 47 MARKET SHARE OF FOOD IRRADIATION TECHNIQUE BY REGION,2011 (%) 200Additional Food Preservative Methods 200TABLE 74 MARKET SHARE OF ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATIONTECHNIQUE BY REGION, 2011 (%) 200FIGURE 48 MARKET SHARE OF ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATIONTECHNIQUE BY REGION, 2011 (%) 200MARKET BY APPLICATION 201ENCAPSULATION 201Baked Goods 201Confectioneries 202Dairy Products 202Others 203IRRADIATION 203Food 203Beverages 204Other 204ADDITIONAL METHODS 204Food 204Beverages 205MARKET OVERVIEW 205MARKET REVENUE 206Encapsulation 206TABLE 75 MARKET FOR FOOD ENCAPSULATION BY APPLICATION, THROUGH2017 ($ MILLIONS) 207FIGURE 49 MARKET FOR FOOD ENCAPSULATION BY APPLICATION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 207Irradiation 207TABLE 76 MARKET FOR FOOD IRRADIATION BY APPLICATION, THROUGH2017 ($ MILLIONS) 208FIGURE 50 MARKET FOR FOOD IRRADIATION BY APPLICATION, 2010-2017 ($MILLIONS) 208Other Preservative Techniques 208TABLE 77 MARKET FOR OTHER PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 209FIGURE 51 MARKET FOR OTHER PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES BYAPPLICATION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 209MARKET SHARE 209TABLE 78 MARKET SHARE OF ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERFOOD PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES BY APPLICATION, 2011 (%) 210FIGURE 52 MARKET SHARE OF ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERFOOD PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES BY APPLICATION, 2011 (%) 210INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 210ENCAPSULATION 210Market Leaders 211TABLE 79 LEADING MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS OF PRODUCTS FORFOOD ENCAPSULATION, 2011 211Market Shares 212TABLE 80 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FOR FOODENCAPSULATION, 2011 (%) 213FIGURE 53 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FOR FOODENCAPSULATION, 2011 (%) 213IRRADIATION 214Market Leaders 214TABLE 81 LEADING MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS OF PRODUCTS FORFOOD IRRADIATION, 2011 214Market Shares 214TABLE 82 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/ PROCESSORS FOR FOODIRRADIATION, 2011 (%) 215FIGURE 54 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/ PROCESSORS FORFOOD IRRADIATION, 2011 (%) 215ADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES 215Market Leaders 216TABLE 83 LEADING MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS OF PRODUCTS FORADDITIONAL FOOD PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES, 2011 216Market Shares 216TABLE 84 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FORADDITIONAL PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES, 2011 (%) 217FIGURE 55 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FORADDITIONAL PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES, 2011 (%) 217 CHAPTER 10 MARKET FOR THERMAL PROCESSING (HEATING AND CHILLING) 219MARKET BY TYPE 219TABLE 85 GLOBAL SALES FOR CHILLING AND HEATING OF FOOD PRODUCTSBY TYPE, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 220FIGURE 56 GLOBAL SALES FOR CHILLING AND HEATING OF FOODPRODUCTS BY TYPE, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 221CHILLING 221Refrigeration and Freezing 221TABLE 86 CHILLING FUNCTIONS FOR FOOD ITEMS 222Blast Chilling 222Blast Freezing 222Freeze Drying/Lyophilization 223Convenience Fresh Foods 223HEATING 224Sterilization 224Pasteurization 224Retorting 224Ohmic Heating 225Induction 225Microwave Heating 226Radio-Frequency Heating 227MARKET OVERVIEW 227MARKET REVENUE 228Chilling 228TABLE 87 MARKET FOR CHILLING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BY TYPETHROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 228FIGURE 57 GLOBAL SALES FOR CHILLING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BYTYPE, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 229Heating 229TABLE 88 MARKET FOR HEATING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BY TYPE,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 229FIGURE 58 MARKET FOR HEATING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BY TYPE,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 230MARKET SHARES 230Chilling 230TABLE 89 MARKET SHARE OF CHILLING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BY TYPE,2011 (%) 231FIGURE 59 MARKET SHARE OF CHILLING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BYTYPE, 2011 (%) 231Heating 231TABLE 90 MARKET SHARE OF HEATING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BY TYPE,2011 (%) 232FIGURE 60 MARKET SHARE OF HEATING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BYTYPE, 2011 (%) 232MARKET BY REGION 232TABLE 91 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF CHILLING AND HEATINGOF FOOD PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 233FIGURE 61 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SALES OF CHILLING AND HEATINGOF FOOD PRODUCTS, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 233MARKET OVERVIEW 234MARKET REVENUE 234Chilling 234TABLE 92 MARKET FOR CHILLING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 235FIGURE 62 MARKET FOR CHILLING PROCESS USED IN FOOD BY REGION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 235Heating 236TABLE 93 MARKET FOR HEATING PROCESS USED IN FOOD BY REGION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 236FIGURE 63 MARKET FOR HEATING PROCESS USED IN FOOD BY REGION,2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 236MARKET SHARES 237Chilling 237TABLE 94 MARKET SHARE OF CHILLING PROCESS BY REGION, 2011 (%) 237FIGURE 64 MARKET SHARE OF CHILLING PROCESS BY REGION, 2011 (%) 237Heating 237TABLE 95 MARKET SHARE OF HEAT PROCESSED FOOD PRODUCTS BYREGION, 2011 (%) 237FIGURE 65 MARKET SHARE OF HEAT PROCESSED FOOD PRODUCTS BYREGION, 2011 (%) 238MARKET BY APPLICATION 238CHILLING 239Food 239Beverage 239Others 239Packaged and Prepared Foods 240Fresh Produce 240Refrigerated Food 240Frozen Food 241Others 241HEATING 241Food 241Beverages 242Others 242MARKET OVERVIEW 242MARKET REVENUE 243Chilling 243TABLE 96 MARKET FOR CHILLING PROCESSES USED BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 244FIGURE 66 MARKET FOR CHILLING PROCESSES USED BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 244Types of Food and Beverage Products 244TABLE 97 MARKET FOR CHILLING PROCESSES USED IN DIFFERENTAPPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 245FIGURE 67 MARKET FOR CHILLING PROCESSES USED IN DIFFERENTAPPLICATIONS, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 245Heating 245TABLE 98 MARKET FOR HEATING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 246FIGURE 68 MARKET FOR HEATING PROCESSES USED IN FOOD BYAPPLICATION, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 246MARKET SHARE 246TABLE 99 MARKET SHARE OF CHILLING AND HEATING PROCESSES USED INFOOD BY APPLICATION, 2011 (%) 247FIGURE 69 MARKET SHARE OF CHILLING AND HEATING PROCESSES USEDIN FOOD BY APPLICATION, 2011 (%) 247INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 247MARKET LEADERS 248TABLE 100 LEADING MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS OF PRODUCTS FORCHILLING AND HEATING PROCESSING, 2011 248MARKET SHARES FOR CHILLING TECHNIQUES 250TABLE 101 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FORCHILLING TECHNIQUES, 2011 (%) 250FIGURE 70 MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FORCHILLING TECHNIQUES, 2011 (%) 250MARKET SHARE FOR HEATING TECHNIQUES 251TABLE 102 MARKET SHARE OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FORHEATING TECHNIQUES, 2011 (%) 251FIGURE 71 MARKET SHARE OF MANUFACTURERS/PROCESSORS FORHEATING TECHNIQUES, 2011 (%) 252 CHAPTER 11 PATENT ANALYSIS 254PATENTS BY YEAR 255TABLE 103 TOTAL NUMBER OF PATENTS EACH YEAR 2009 TO OCTOBER2012 255FIGURE 72 TOTAL NUMBER OF PATENTS EACH YEAR, 2009 TO OCTOBER2012 255PATENTS BY PRESERVATION AND PACKAGING CATEGORY 255TABLE 104 NUMBER OF PATENTS BY PRESERVATION AND PACKAGINGCATEGORY, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 256FIGURE 73 NUMBER OF PATENTS BY PRESERVATION AND PACKAGINGCATEGORY, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 256PATENTS BY PRESERVATION AND PACKAGING TYPE 256PATENTS BY PRESERVATION 256TABLE 105 PATENTS BY TYPES OF PRESERVATIVES TYPE, 2009 TO OCTOBER2012 257FIGURE 74 PATENTS BY TYPE OF PRESERVATIVES, 2010 TO OCTOBER 2012 257PATENTS BY PACKAGING 257TABLE 106 PATENTS BY TYPE OF PACKAGING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 258FIGURE 75 PATENTS BY TYPE OF PACKAGING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 258PATENTS BY CHILLING AND THERMAL PROCESSING 258TABLE 107 PATENTS BY TYPE OF CHILLING AND THERMAL PROCESSING,2009 T0 OCTOBER 2012 259FIGURE 76 PATENTS BY TYPE OF CHILLING AND THERMAL PROCESSING,2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 259PATENTS BY ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHER METHODS 259TABLE 108 PATENTS BY ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERMETHODS, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 260FIGURE 77 PATENTS BY ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHERMETHODS, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 260PATENTS BY COUNTRY 260FOOD PRESERVATIVES 260TABLE 109 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR PRESERVATIVES,2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 260FIGURE 78 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR PRESERVATIVES,2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 261TABLE 110 PATENT SHARES BY COUNTRY FOR PRESERVATIVES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 261FIGURE 79 PATENT SHARES BY COUNTRY FOR PRESERVATIVES 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 262FOOD PACKAGING 262TABLE 111 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR PACKAGING, 2009TO OCTOBER 2012 263FIGURE 80 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR PACKAGING, 2009TO OCTOBER 2012 263TABLE 112 SHARE OF PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR PACKAGING 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 264FIGURE 81 SHARE OF PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR PACKAGING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 265THERMAL PROCESSING AND CHILLING 265TABLE 113 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR CHILLING ANDTHERMAL PROCESSING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 266FIGURE 82 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR CHILLING ANDTHERMAL PROCESSING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 266TABLE 114 SHARE OF PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR CHILLING AND THERMALPROCESSING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 267FIGURE 83 SHARE OF PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR CHILLING AND THERMALPROCESSING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 268ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHER FOOD PRESERVATIONTECHNIQUES 268TABLE 115 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR ENCAPSULATION,IRRADIATION AND OTHER TECHNIQUES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 268FIGURE 84 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR ENCAPSULATION,IRRADIATION AND OTHER TECHNIQUES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 269TABLE 116 PATENT SHARES BY COUNTRY FOR ENCAPSULATION,IRRADIATION AND OTHER TECHNIQUES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 269FIGURE 85 SHARE OF PATENTS BY COUNTRY FOR ENCAPSULATION,IRRADIATION AND OTHER TECHNIQUES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 (%) 270PATENTS BY COMPANY 271FOOD PRESERVATIVES 271TABLE 117 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COMPANY* FOR FOODPRESERVATIVES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 272FOOD PACKAGING 273TABLE 118 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COMPANY* FOR FOOD PACKAGING2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 274CHILLING AND THERMAL PROCESSING 278TABLE 119 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COMPANY* FOR CHILLING ANDTHERMAL PROCESSING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 279ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHER FOOD PRESERVATIONTECHNIQUES 281TABLE 120 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COMPANY FOR ENCAPSULATIONIRRADIATION AND OTHER TECHNIQUES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 282PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE 285FOOD PRESERVATIVES 285TABLE 121 PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE FOR FOOD PRESERVATIVES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 285FIGURE 86 PATENTS BY ASSGINEE FOR FOOD PRESERVATIVES 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 285FOOD PACKAGING 286TABLE 122 PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE FOR FOOD PACKAGING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 286FIGURE 87 PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE FOR FOOD PACKAGING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 286CHILLING AND THERMAL PROCESSING 287TABLE 123 PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE FOR CHILLING AND THERMALPROCESSING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 287FIGURE 88 PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE FOR CHILLING AND THERMALPROCESSING, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 287ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHER FOOD PRESERVATIONTECHNIQUES 288TABLE 124 PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE FOR ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION ANDOTHER TECHNIQUES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 288FIGURE 89 PATENTS BY ASSGINEE FOR ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATIONAND OTHER TECHNIQUES, 2009 TO OCTOBER 2012 288 CHAPTER 12 CURRENT SITUATION 291MARKET TRENDS 291PRESERVATIVES 291Market Drivers 292FOOD PACKAGING 293Market Drivers 294CHILLING AND THERMAL PROCESSING 295Market Drivers 296ENCAPSULATION, IRRADIATION AND OTHER PRESERVATIONMETHODS 296Encapsulation 296Irradiation 297Additional Preservation Techniques 298Market Drivers 298FACTORS GOVERNING THE MARKET 299COLLABORATIONS-MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS 299 CHAPTER 13 COMPANY PROFILES 303ALCOA INC. 303AMCOR LIMITED 303ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND COMPANY 305AVURE TECHNOLOGIES, LLC 306BALCHEM CORPORATION 306BALL CORPORATION 307BASF SE 308BEMIS COMPANY, INC. 309BIOPROGRESS TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, INC. 310CAMPDEN BRI 311CARGILL INCORPORATED 312CONWED PLASTICS LLC 313CPM WOLVERINE PROCTOR, LLC 314CSP TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 315DAI NIPPON PRINTING CO., LTD. 315DANISCO A/S 316 DIXIE CANNER 317E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY 318EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY 319ECOLAB INC. 320EL CLARIN SPICES S.L. 321ENWAVE CORPORATION 321FIRMENICH INTERNATIONAL 322FMC BIOPOLYMER 323FOOD TECHNOLOGY SERVICES INC. 324FUCHS NORTH AMERICA 325GEA REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGIES 325 GRAY STAR, INC. 326HAWKINS WATTS AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 327HEAT AND CONTROL INC., AUSTRALIA 327HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC. 328ICL PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS 329INGREDION INC. 330INTERNATIONAL DAIRY QUEEN 331INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR AND FRAGRANCES, INC. 331INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO. 332IOTRON INDUSTRIES CANADA INC. 333KEMIN INDUSTRIES, INC. 334KIRIN HOLDINGS 335KRAFT FOODS INC. 335LALLEMAND INC. 336MANITOWOC FOODSERVICE 337MECHANICAL REFRIGERATION, INC. 338MITSUI CHEMICALS, INC. 338NESTLE S.A. 339NORDION INC. 340PACTIV LLC 341PALSGAARD A/S 342PEAKFRESH USA 343PHENOFARM S.R.L. 344PLACON 344QUALITY INGREDIENTS CORPORATION 345RAZTEK CORP. 346RIO TINTO ALCAN INC. 346 ROBERT BOSCH, GMBH 347ROQUETTE FRERES 348SEALED AIR CORP. 349SENSIENT TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION 350SHREE ADDITIVES 351SIGMA-ALDRICH CORP. 351 SOLVAY 351STERIS ISOMEDIX SERVICES 352<b

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