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This report analyzes the food safety testing market, in terms of contaminants, technology, and food type tested.

The Australian food safety testing market is gaining growing level of importance in the country owing to continual increase in number of food-born disease outbreaks, increasingly stringent regulations on food safety, growing level of trade between Australia and other countries, sustained number of food recalls, among others.

Rapid technologies dominate the Australian food safety testing market owing to the time consuming and labor intensive factors associated with the traditional methods. Though, culture method (agar culturing) protocols are recognized as internationally accepted reference methods in foodborne pathogen detection, rapid technologies are quick, accurate, and easy-to-use.

On the basis of contaminants, the food safety testing market was segmented into pathogens, pesticides, GMO, toxins, among others. The pathogen market was further sub-segmented into E.coli, salmonella, campylobacter, clostridium and others depending upon their relevance to the Australian food industry. Among pathogens, E.coli recorded highest number of food-borne cases in Australia among pathogens, followed by salmonella and campylobacter.

The Australian food safety testing market is dominated by processed food and meat, poultry & seafood products as maximum number of illnesses have been associated with these applications in the country. Also, the consumption, trade of these food products are highest in Australia, in terms of industry value added making them of utmost important to the country. The Australian regulatory body, Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) demands that the food products both exported and imported have to be safe and certified on the basis of the food safety regulations of that particular county. Safety measures instituted by the regulatory body also considers HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) for estabhlishment of food safety control system.

Higher level of processed food consumption in Australia offers significant opportunity for processed food testing. Food contamination in the country is also caused through the processing machineries. Furthermore, continued increase in number food-borne outbreaks and inefficiencies in food supply chain, fuel the market growth in the country.

The food tested segmentations were determined using secondary sources and verified through primary respondents. The market estimation made in the report are also based on various parameters, such as the number of players, demand trends, supply trends, and the extent of research activity in Australia. The Australian food safety testing market is projected to reach a value of USD 588.0 million by 2020, growing at a significant rate of 9.3% from 2015.

Table Of Contents

Australia Food Safety Testing Market By Contaminant, By Thecnology, Food Type - Trends and Forecast to 2020
TABLE OF CONTENTS



1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................... 11

1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY ....................................................................................................................................... 11

1.2 MARKET DEFINITION .................................................................................................................................................... 12
1.3 STUDY SCOPE .................................................................................................................................................................. 12

1.4 PERIOD CONSIDERED FOR FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET ..................................................................... 13
1.5 CURRENCY ........................................................................................................................................................................ 13

1.6 MARKET SCOPE .............................................................................................................................................................. 13
1.7 LIMITATIONS.................................................................................................................................................................... 14

1.8 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 15
1.9 STAKEHOLDERS .............................................................................................................................................................. 15

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY .................................................................................................................... 16

2.1 RESEARCH DATA ............................................................................................................................................................ 16

2.1.1.1 SECONDARY DATA ............................................................................................................................... 17
2.1.1.2 KEY DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES ................................................................................... 17
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA ....................................................................................................................................................... 17

2.1.2.1 KEY DATA FROM PRIMARY SOURCES .......................................................................................... 18
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION ........................................................................................................................................ 19

2.3 MARKET BREAKDOWN and DATA TRIANGULATION .......................................................................................... 21

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .............................................................................................................................. 22


4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS .................................................................................................................................. 26

4.1 OPPORTUNITIES IN THE AUSTRALIAN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET .............................................. 26

4.2 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2015 VS. 2020 ............................... 27
4.3 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2020.................................... 28

4.4 PATHOGENS ESTIMATED TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING MARKET IN AUSTRALIAN FOOD
SAFETY TESTING, 2015-2020 ................................................................................................................................. 29
4.5 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY PATHOGEN, 2015-2020........................................... 30

4.6 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, FOOD TYPE BY PATHOGEN, 2015 ............................. 30

5 MARKET OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................... 31

5.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................................................. 31

5.1.1 MARKET SEGMENTATION ..................................................................................................................................32
5.2 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS........................................................................................................................................... 33

5.2.1 UPSTREAM PROCESS............................................................................................................................................33
5.2.1.1 RandD............................................................................................................................................................. 33




5.2.1.2 PRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................................33
5.2.2 MIDSTREAM PROCESS .........................................................................................................................................33
5.2.2.1 PROCESSING and TRANSFORMING ..................................................................................................33

5.2.2.2 TRANSPORTATION ............................................................................................................................... 33
5.2.3 DOWNSTREAM PROCESS ...................................................................................................................................33

5.2.3.1 FINAL PREPARATION ........................................................................................................................... 33
5.2.3.2 DISTRIBUTION ........................................................................................................................................33
5.3 MARKET DYNAMICS ..................................................................................................................................................... 35

5.3.1 DRIVERS......................................................................................................................................................................35
5.3.1.1 GROWING EMPHASIS TO MEET FOOD SAFETY COMPLIANCE .........................................35

5.3.1.2 NEED FOR FOOD SAFETY TESTING DUE TO THE GROWING TRADE
BETWEEN AUSTRALIA AND OTHER COUNTRIES .....................................................................36
5.3.1.3 RISE IN NUMBER OF FOOD-BORNE DISEASE OUTBREAKS IN AUSTRALIA.................. 36
5.3.1.4 SUSTAINED NUMBER OF FOOD RECALLS .................................................................................. 37

5.3.1.5 AVAILABILITY OF RAPID TECHNOLOGY FOR QUICK RESULTS ..........................................38
5.3.2 RESTRAINTS .............................................................................................................................................................. 38

5.3.2.1 NON-COMPLIANCE TO FOOD SAFETY REGULATIONS......................................................... 38
5.3.3 OPPORTUNITIES ..................................................................................................................................................... 39

5.3.3.1 GROWING CONSUMER AWARENESS ABOUT FOOD SAFETY ............................................39
5.3.3.2 ADVANCES IN MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS ............................ 39
5.3.4 BURNING ISSUES.................................................................................................................................................... 40

5.3.4.1 TIME-CONSUMING TESTING PROCEDURES ..............................................................................40
5.3.4.2 LACK OF FIXED SAMPLE COLLECTION STANDARDS ............................................................. 40

5.4 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS .......................................................................................................................... 41
5.4.1 COMPETITIVE RIVALRY ........................................................................................................................................41

5.4.2 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS.............................................................................................................42
5.4.3 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS .................................................................................................................. 42
5.4.4 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES ...................................................................................................................................42

5.4.5 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS............................................................................................................................. 43

6 FOOD SFAETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TYPE ............................................................................. 44

6.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................................................. 45
6.2 MEAT, POULTRY and SEAFOOD ................................................................................................................................... 46

6.3 DAIRY .................................................................................................................................................................................. 49
6.4 PROCESSED FOOD......................................................................................................................................................... 52

6.5 FRUITS and VEGETABLES................................................................................................................................................. 54
6.6 CEREALS and GRAINS....................................................................................................................................................... 57

7 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY ........................................................................ 61

7.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................................................. 61
7.2 TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................................................................... 61




7.2.1 AGAR CULTURING ................................................................................................................................................. 62
7.3 RAPID TECHNOLOGY ................................................................................................................................................... 62
7.3.1 CONVENIENCE-BASED.........................................................................................................................................65

7.3.2 PCR ...............................................................................................................................................................................65
7.3.3 IMMUNOASSAY ...................................................................................................................................................... 66

7.3.4 OTHER MOLECULAR-BASED.............................................................................................................................. 67

8 FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT..................................................................... 69

8.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................................................. 70

8.2 PATHOGENS..................................................................................................................................................................... 72
8.2.1 E.COLI ..........................................................................................................................................................................75

8.2.2 SALMONELLA........................................................................................................................................................... 76
8.2.3 CAMPYLOBACTER .................................................................................................................................................. 78

8.2.4 CLOSTRIDIUM .......................................................................................................................................................... 79
8.2.5 OTHER PATHOGENS .............................................................................................................................................80
8.3 PESTICIDES........................................................................................................................................................................ 81

8.4 GMO .................................................................................................................................................................................... 82

8.5 TOXINS ............................................................................................................................................................................... 84
8.6 OTHER CONTAMINANTS ............................................................................................................................................ 86

9 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR FOOD SAFETY TESTING IN AUSTRALIA.................................. 88

9.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................................................. 88
9.2 GENERAL FOOD LAW FOR SAFETY OF FOOD .................................................................................................... 88

9.2.1 INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION ..........................................................................................................89
9.2.2 FOOD SAFETY PROGRAMS ................................................................................................................................ 89

9.2.3 FOOD SAFETY PRACTICES AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS................................................................ 89
9.2.4 FOOD PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT ...............................................................................................................89
9.2.5 FOOD SAFETY PROGRAMS FOR FOOD SERVICE TO VULNERABLE PERSONS ............................. 89

9.2.6 IMPORTED FOODS................................................................................................................................................. 92
9.2.7 IMPORTED FOOD INSPECTION SCHEME .....................................................................................................92

9.2.8 SAFETY OF FOOD FROM JAPAN ...................................................................................................................... 93
9.2.9 GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD....................................................................................................................... 93

9.3 CONTAMINANTS RELATED REGULATIONS ......................................................................................................... 94
9.4 CHEMICALS IN FOOD - MAXIMUM RESIDUE LIMITS ...................................................................................... 97

10 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE ....................................................................................................................102

10.1 INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................................... 102
10.2 COMPETITIVE SITUATION and TRENDS................................................................................................................. 103

10.3 ACQUISITIONS ............................................................................................................................................................. 104
10.4 EXPANSIONS................................................................................................................................................................. 105

10.5 NEW SERVICE/TECHNOLOGY LAUNCH ............................................................................................................. 105




10.6 AGREEMENTS and COLLABORATIONS .................................................................................................................. 107

11 COMPANY PROFILES ...............................................................................................................................108

11.1 SGS S.A. ........................................................................................................................................................................... 108

11.1.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 108
11.1.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 109

11.1.3 RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 110
11.1.4 SWOT ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................................................. 111
11.1.5 MMM ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................................................. 111

11.2 ALS LIMITED .................................................................................................................................................................. 112
11.2.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 112

11.2.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 113
11.2.3 SWOT ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................................................. 113

11.2.4 MMM ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................................................. 114
11.3 ASUREQUALITY ............................................................................................................................................................ 115

11.3.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 115
11.3.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 115
11.3.3 RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 116

11.3.4 SWOT ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................................................. 117
11.3.5 MMM ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................................................. 117

11.4 SILLIKER, INC. ................................................................................................................................................................ 118
11.4.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 118

11.4.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 119
11.4.3 RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 120
11.5 MEDVET .......................................................................................................................................................................... 121

11.5.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 121
11.5.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 122

11.5.3 RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 122
11.6 IEH LABORATORIES and CONSULTING GROUP ................................................................................................. 123

11.6.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 123
11.6.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 124

11.6.3 RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 124
11.7 DAIRY TECHNICAL SERVICES LIMITED (DTS) ................................................................................................... 125

11.7.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 125
11.7.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 125
11.7.3 RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 126

11.8 SYMBIO LABORATORIES .......................................................................................................................................... 127
11.8.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 127

11.8.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 128
11.9 BIOTEST LABORATORIES PTY LTD (BIOTEST)................................................................................................... 129

11.9.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 129




11.9.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 129
11.10 AGRIFOOD TECHNOLOGY....................................................................................................................................... 130
11.10.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................................. 130

11.10.2 SERVICE OFFERINGS .......................................................................................................................................... 131
11.10.3 RELATED DEVELOPMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 131


LIST OF TABLES



TABLE 1

AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESETING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION)


45
TABLE 2 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR MEAT, POULTRY and SEAFOOD MARKET SIZE,
BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 48
TABLE 3 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR MEAT, POULTRY and SEAFOOD MARKET SIZE,
BY PATHOGENS, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 48
TABLE 4 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR DAIRY MARKET SIZE, BY CONTAMINANT,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 51
TABLE 5 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR DAIRY MARKET SIZE, BY PATHOGENS,
2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 51
TABLE 6 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PROCESSED FOODS MARKET SIZE,
BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 53
TABLE 7 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PROCESSED FOODS MARKET SIZE, BY PATHOGENS,
2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 53
TABLE 8 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR FRUITS and VEGETABLES MARKET SIZE,
BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 55
TABLE 9 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR FRUITS and VEGETABLES MARKET SIZE,
BY PATHOGENS, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 56
TABLE 10 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR CEREALS and GRAINS MARKET SIZE,
BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 59
TABLE 11 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR CEREALS and GRAINS MARKET SIZE, BY PATHOGENS,
2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 59
TABLE 12 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2020
(USDMILLION) 61
TABLE 13 AUSTRALIA: TRADITIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION)
62
TABLE 14 AUSTRALIA: RAPID TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 64
TABLE 15 AUSTRALIA: RAPID TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE,
BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 64
TABLE 16 AUSTRALIA: CONVENENCE-BASED TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET
SIZE, BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 65
TABLE 17 AUSTRALIA: PCR TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE,
BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 66
TABLE 18 AUSTRALIA: IMMUNOASSAY TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE,
BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 67
TABLE 19 AUSTRALIA: OTHER MOLECULAR-BASED TESTS TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY
TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY CONTAMINANT, 2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 68
TABLE 20 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD CONTAMINANT,
2013-2020 71
TABLE 21 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PATHOGENS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2013-2020 (USDMILLION) 71





TABLE 22 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PATHOGENS MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

73
TABLE 23 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PATHOGENS MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID
TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 73
TABLE 24 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PATHOGENS MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 75
TABLE 25 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR E.COLI MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION)
76
TABLE 26 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR SALMONELLA MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 77
TABLE 27 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR CAMPYLOBACTER MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD
TYPE, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 78
TABLE 28 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR CLOSTRIDIUM MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION)
79
TABLE 29 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR OTHER PATHOGENS MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD
TYPE, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 80
TABLE 30 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PESTICIDES MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 81
TABLE 31 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR PESTICIDES MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)
82
TABLE 32 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR GMO MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 83
TABLE 33 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR GMO MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 84
TABLE 34 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR TOXINS MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 35 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR TOXINS MARKET SIZE, BY RAPID
TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 86
TABLE 36 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR OTHER CONTAMINANTS MARKET SIZE,
BY FOOD TYPE, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 87
TABLE 37 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR OTHER CONTAMINANTS MARKET SIZE,
BY RAPID TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION) 87
TABLE 38 AUSTRALIA: FOOD APPLICATION, PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING STANDARDS 90
TABLE 39 MICROBIOLOGICAL LIMITS IN FOOD 94
TABLE 40 MAXIMUM RESIDUE LIMITS OF CHEMICALS 98
TABLE 41 MAXIMUM LEVEL OF TOXICANTS 100
TABLE 42 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: ACQUISITIONS 104
TABLE 43 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: EXPANSIONS 105
TABLE 44 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: NEW SERVICE/TECHNOLOGY LAUNCH 105
TABLE 45 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: AGREEMENTS/ COLLABORATIONS/ JOINT VENTURES
107


LIST OF FIGURES



FIGURE 1

AUSTRALIAN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SEGMENTATION

12
FIGURE 2 AUSTRALIAN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN 16
FIGURE 3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 19
FIGURE 4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: TOP-DOWN APPROACH 20
FIGURE 5 DATA TRIANGULATION METHODOLOGY 21
FIGURE 6 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SNAPSHOT, BY CONTAMINANT
(2015 VS. 2020) 23
FIGURE 7 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY FOOD TYPE,
2015-2020 (USD MILLION) 23
FIGURE 8 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY,
2015-2020 (USD MILLION) 24
FIGURE 9 AUSTRALIA: RAPID TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2015-2020 (USD MILLION) 25
FIGURE 10 STRINGENT REGULATIONS, INCREASING FOOD TRADE, GROWING NUMBER OF OUTBREAKS DUE TO FOOD CONTAMINATION DRIVE THE AUSTRALIAN FOOD SAFETY
TESTING MARKET 26
FIGURE 11 RAPID TECHNOLOGY IS PROJECTED TO RECORD HIGH GROWTH BETWEEN
2015 and 2020 27
FIGURE 12 PCR-BASED TECHNOLOGY IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE ITS DOMINANCE IN RAPID
TECHNOLOGY SEGMENT FOR FOOD SAFETY TESTING 28
FIGURE 13 PROCESSED FOODS, MEAT, POULTRY and SEAFOOD ACCOUNTED FOR MORE THAN 50% SHARE IN FOOD TYPE SEGMENT, 2015
29
FIGURE 14 THE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR E-COLI IS PROJECTED TO ACCOUNT FOR
THE LARGEST SHARE BY THE END OF 2020 30
FIGURE 15 FOOD SAFETY TESTING FOR MEAT, POULTRY and SEAFOOD IS ESTIMATED TO BE THE
LARGEST AMONG PATHOGENS, CEREALS and GRAINS EXPECTED TO GROW FASTEST 30
FIGURE 16 AUSTRALIA: FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SEGMENTATION 32
FIGURE 17 AUSTRALIA FOOD SAFETY TESTING: SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 34
FIGURE 18 MARKET DYNAMICS: FOOD SAFETY TESTING 35
FIGURE 19 AUSTRALIA FOOD TRADE, 2009-2013 36
FIGURE 20 FOOD SAFETY: NUMBER OF OUTBREAKS (GASTROINTESTINAL ILLNESS) and NUMBER OF PEOPLE AFFECTED, 2001-2011
37
FIGURE 21 AUSTRALIA: FOOD RECALL STATISTICS, 2005-2014 38
FIGURE 22 AUSTRALIA: MEAT PRODUCTION VS CONSUMPTION, 2008-2013 46
FIGURE 23 AUSTRALIA: CONTRIBUTION OF MEAT TO FOOD INDUSTRY, 2011-2012 46
FIGURE 24 AUSTRALIA: NUMBER OF RECALL INCIDENCE FOR MEAT, BY CONTAMI

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