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South Africa Food Safety Testing Market by Contaminant (Pathogen, Genetically Modified Organism (GMO), Chemical & Toxin, Heavy Metals, Radioactivity and Others), Food Tested (Meat & Meat Product, Dairy & Dairy Product, Cereal, Grain, & Pulse, Processed Food, and Others), and Technology (Agar Culturing, PCR-based Assay, Immunoassay-based, Scintillation Counters & Geiger Counters, AAS & ICP-MS/OES and Others): Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018 - 2025

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Pages: 186
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Author(s) : Shankar Bhandalkar/Debojyoti Das
Tables: 68
Charts: 56
 

South Africa food safety testing market overview:

The South Africa food safety testing market size was valued at $65,727 thousand in 2017, and is estimated to reach $145,995 thousand by 2025, registering a CAGR of 10.4% during the South Africa food safety testing market forecast, i.e., from 2018 to 2025. Food safety testing refers to the inspection of food products for disease-causing organisms, chemicals, and other hazardous materials. Food safety testing is generally targeted at three primary food contaminants namely, pathogens, chemicals, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

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Food fraud is committed when food is deliberately altered for financial gains with the intention of deceiving consumers. The food standards agency (FSA) specifies two main types of food frauds namely, sale of food that is unfit and potentially harmful and deliberate mis-description of food.

Implementation of various regulations on food safety drives the South Africa food safety testing market growth. Recycling of animal by-products, sale of goods past their use by date, inclusion of harmful ingredients, and unsafe food handling processes are some of the major food fraud activities. The consumption of contaminated food, including toxic chemicals and radioactive materials, results in foodborne illness, which may further lead to death. The implementation of stringent regulations by many leading food safety organizations, such as The Department of Agriculture, The Department of Health and The Department of Trade & Industry, to prevent ill health of consumers and food fraud is expected to drive the growth of the South Africa food safety testing industry.

In addition, rise in economically motivated adulterations (EMAs), owing to high competition among food producers, and increase in instances of food debasement, such as adulterations, pesticides, artificial taste enhancers, and certifications, boosts the growth of the South Africa food safety testing market. However, complexity in testing techniques, and lack of harmonization of regulations are anticipated to hamper the growth of the South Africa food safety testing market.

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Food supply is under constant threat of contaminations, and this generates a demand for effective test products that ensure food safety. Microbial pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses, environmental toxins, and adulterants, residues of drugs, and agricultural chemicals, are hazardous to human beings, if consumed unchecked. Pathogen testing is still the most dominant segment of South Africa food safety testing market. Increase in application of pesticides in agriculture and high application preservatives has been generating demand for the chemical & toxin testing segment, followed by the genetically modified organism (GMO) segment. South Africa soya imports are more than its exports, about 30% of the soya available in the country is GMO. The first South African legislation passed regarding the biotechnology industry is the Genetically Modified Organisms Act 15 of 1997.

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The South Africa food safety testing market by food tested is categorized into meat & meat product, dairy & dairy product, cereal, grain, & pulse, processed food, and other ingredients. A zoonosis is an infectious disease that can be transmitted between vertebrate animals and humans. Zoonosis infections are commonly associated with the consumption of milk and milk products are tuberculosis, brucellosis, leptospirosis, salmonellosis, and listeriosis. However, Meat & meat products and processed food segments are the most dominant segment in this market. Meat & meat products and processed food products are often processed with various types of artificial ingredients to increase the shelf life as they are highly prone to bacterial growth. This generates high demand for food safety testing for detecting harmful chemicals & toxins as well as pathogens.

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Rise in consumer demand for fresh and appropriate forms of food products has led to the advancement of food safety practices in the food industry. However, high occurrence of outbreaks of foodborne diseases in several regions, has resulted in increasing concern and intensive investigation of foodborne pathogens. As a result, there is currently an increased demand for the microbiological testing of food products. The purpose of a microbiological testing is to identify and restrict growth of harmful microorganisms, which can lead to spoilage of foods, and thus, ensure safety from foodborne diseases. In this report, the South Africa food safety testing market by technology has been segmented into agar culturing, PCR-based assay, immunoassay-based, Scintillation counters & Geiger counters, AAS & ICP-MS/OES and others. Agar culturing is one of the traditional processes to test pathogens. However, currently, PCR-based assay and immunoassay-based methods are more accepted than traditional methods, as ongoing developments have discovered that traditional methods are not suitable for all food products.

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By region, the South Africa food safety testing market has been analyzed across Gauteng, Western Cape, Northern Cape, Mpumalanga, and Rest of South Africa. Gauteng is the leading market for food safety testing in South Africa. The recent Listeria outbreak, which claimed over 180 lives, has been a major eye opener for South Africans and has resulted in consumers not just questioning food safety standards, but insisting on a zero-tolerance approach to bacterial contamination and exposure.

Some of the major players analyzed in this report are ALS Limited, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., Bureau Veritas, Deltamune, DNV GL AS (DNV), Eurofins Scientific S.E., Intertek Group plc., QIMA Limited, SGS SA (SGS), and TUV SUD.

Key Benefits forSouth Africa food safety testing market:

  • The report provides an extensive analysis of the current and emerging market trends and opportunities in the South Africa food safety testing industry.
  • The report provides detailed qualitative and quantitative analysis of the current trends and future estimations that help evaluate the prevailing South Africa food safety testing market opportunity.
  • A comprehensive analysis of the factors that drive and restrict the growth of the market is provided.
  • South Africa food safety testing market analysis has been conducted by following key product positioning and monitoring the top competitors within the market framework.
  • The report provides extensive qualitative insights on the potential and niche segments or regions exhibiting favorable growth.

South Africa food safety testing Key Market Segments:

By Contaminant

  • Pathogens
  • Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)
  • Chemicals & Toxins
  • Heavy Metals
  • Radioactivity
  • Others

By Food Tested

  • Meat & meat products
  • Dairy & dairy products
  • Cereals, grains, & pulses
  • Processed food
  • Other ingredients

By Technology

  • Agar Culturing
  • PCR-Based Assay
  • Immunoassay-Based
  • Scintillation Counters & Geiger Counters
  • AAS & ICP-MS/OES
  • Others

By Region

  • Gauteng
  • Western Cape
  • Mpumalanga
  • Rest of South Africa
 

Chapter: 1:    INTRODUCTION

1.1.    Report Description
1.2.    Key Market Benefits For Stakeholders
1.3.    Key Market Segments
1.4.    Research Methodology

1.4.1.    Secondary research
1.4.2.    Primary research
1.4.3.    Analyst tools and models

Chapter: 2:    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2.1.    Snapshot
2.2.    CXO Perspective

Chapter: 3:    MARKET OVERVIEW

3.1.    Market Definition and Scope
3.2.    Key Findings

3.2.1.    Top investment pockets
3.2.2.    Top winning strategies

3.3.    Porter's Five Force Analysis

3.3.1.    Bargaining power of suppliers
3.3.2.    Bargaining power of buyers
3.3.3.    Threat of new entrants
3.3.4.    Threat of substitution
3.3.5.    Intensity of competitive rivalry

3.4.    Market Player Positioning, 2017
3.5.    Market Dynamics

3.5.1.    Drivers

3.5.1.1.    Implementation of stringent regulations related to food fraud
3.5.1.2.    Rise in economically motivated adulteration (EMA) owing to high competition among food producers
3.5.1.3.    Increase in instances of food debasement such as presence of harmful chemicals, adulterations, and certification
3.5.1.4.    Outbreak of listeriosis in South Africa

3.5.2.    Restraints

3.5.2.1.    Lack of food control infrastructure in the developing economies
3.5.2.2.    Complexity in testing techniques
3.5.2.3.    High cost of tests leads to unaffordability
3.5.2.4.    Lack of harmonization of regulations

3.5.3.    Opportunity

3.5.3.1.    Technological advancements

3.6.    Regulatory Analysis
3.7.    Import & Export Analysis

3.7.1.    Fruits (edible fruit and nuts, peel of citrus fruit and melons)
3.7.2.    Vegetables (edible vegetables and certain roots & tubers)
3.7.3.    Meat and poultry products (meat and edible meat offal)

Chapter: 4:    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT

4.1.    Overview

4.1.1.    Market size and forecast

4.2.    Pathogens

4.2.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.2.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

4.3.    Genetically Modified Organism (GMO)

4.3.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.3.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

4.4.    Chemical & Toxin

4.4.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.4.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

4.5.    Heavy Metals

4.5.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.5.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

4.6.    Radioactivity

4.6.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.6.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

4.7.    Others

4.7.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.7.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

Chapter: 5:    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED

5.1.    Overview

5.1.1.    Market size and forecast

5.2.    Meat & Meat Products

5.2.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
5.2.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

5.3.    Dairy & Dairy Products

5.3.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
5.3.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

5.4.    Cereals, Grains, & Pulses

5.4.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
5.4.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

5.5.    Processed Food

5.5.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
5.5.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

5.6.    Other Ingredients

5.6.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
5.6.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

Chapter: 6:    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY

6.1.    Overview

6.1.1.    Market size and forecast

6.2.    Agar Culturing

6.2.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
6.2.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

6.3.    PCR-Based Assay

6.3.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
6.3.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

6.4.    Immunoassay-Based

6.4.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
6.4.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

6.5.    Scintillation Counters & Geiger Counters

6.5.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
6.5.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

6.6.    AAS & ICP-MS/OES

6.6.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
6.6.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

6.7.    Others

6.7.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
6.7.2.    Market size and forecast, by region

Chapter: 7:    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY REGION

7.1.    Overview

7.1.1.    Market size and forecast

7.2.    Gauteng

7.2.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
7.2.2.    Market size and forecast, by contaminant
7.2.3.    Market size and forecast, by food tested
7.2.4.    Market size and forecast, by technology

7.3.    Western Cape

7.3.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
7.3.2.    Market size and forecast, by contaminant
7.3.3.    Market size and forecast, by food tested
7.3.4.    Market size and forecast, by technology

7.4.    Mpumalanga

7.4.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
7.4.2.    Market size and forecast, by contaminant
7.4.3.    Market size and forecast, by food tested
7.4.4.    Market size and forecast, by technology

7.5.    Rest of South Africa

7.5.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
7.5.2.    Market size and forecast, by contaminant
7.5.3.    Market size and forecast, by food tested
7.5.4.    Market size and forecast, by technology

Chapter: 8:    COMPANY PROFILES

8.1.    ALS Limited

8.1.1.    Company overview
8.1.2.    Company snapshot
8.1.3.    Operating business segments
8.1.4.    Product portfolio
8.1.5.    Business performance
8.1.6.    Key strategic moves and developments
8.1.7.    SWOT Analysis

8.2.    Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.

8.2.1.    Company overview
8.2.2.    Company snapshot
8.2.3.    Operating business segments
8.2.4.    Product portfolio
8.2.5.    Business performance
8.2.6.    SWOT Analysis

8.3.    Bureau Veritas

8.3.1.    Company overview
8.3.2.    Company snapshot
8.3.3.    Operating business segments
8.3.4.    Product portfolio
8.3.5.    Business performance
8.3.6.    Key strategic moves and developments
8.3.7.    SWOT Analysis

8.4.    Deltamune

8.4.1.    Company overview
8.4.2.    Company snapshot
8.4.3.    Operating business segments
8.4.4.    Product portfolio
8.4.5.    SWOT Analysis

8.5.    DNV GL AS (DNV)

8.5.1.    Company overview
8.5.2.    Company snapshot
8.5.3.    Operating business segments
8.5.4.    Product portfolio
8.5.5.    Business performance
8.5.6.    Key strategic moves and developments
8.5.7.    SWOT Analysis

8.6.    Eurofins Scientific S.E.

8.6.1.    Company overview
8.6.2.    Company snapshot
8.6.3.    Product portfolio
8.6.4.    Business performance
8.6.5.    Key strategic moves and developments
8.6.6.    SWOT Analysis

8.7.    Intertek Group plc

8.7.1.    Company overview
8.7.2.    Company snapshot
8.7.3.    Operating business segments
8.7.4.    Product portfolio
8.7.5.    Business performance
8.7.6.    Key strategic moves and developments
8.7.7.    SWOT Analysis

8.8.    QIMA Limited

8.8.1.    Company overview
8.8.2.    Company snapshot
8.8.3.    Operating business segments
8.8.4.    Product portfolio
8.8.5.    SWOT Analysis

8.9.    SGS SA (SGS)

8.9.1.    Company overview
8.9.2.    Company snapshot
8.9.3.    Operating business segments
8.9.4.    Product portfolio
8.9.5.    Business performance
8.9.6.    SWOT Analysis

8.10.    TUV SUD

8.10.1.    Company overview
8.10.2.    Company snapshot
8.10.3.    Operating business segments
8.10.4.    Product portfolio
8.10.5.    Business performance
8.10.6.    Key strategic moves and developments
8.10.7.    SWOT Analysis

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 01.    LIST OF SUPPLYING MARKETS FOR FRUITS IMPORTED BY SOUTH AFRICA IN 2017 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 02.    LIST OF IMPORTING MARKETS FOR FRUITS EXPORTED BY SOUTH AFRICA IN 2017 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 03.    LIST OF SUPPLYING MARKETS FOR VEGETABLES IMPORTED BY SOUTH AFRICA IN 2017 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 04.    LIST OF IMPORTING MARKETS FOR VEGETABLES EXPORTED BY SOUTH AFRICA IN 2017 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 05.    LIST OF SUPPLYING MARKETS FOR MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS IMPORTED BY SOUTH AFRICA IN 2017 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 06.    LIST OF IMPORTING MARKETS FOR MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS EXPORTED BY SOUTH AFRICA IN 2017 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 07.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 08.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR PATHOGENS, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 09.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISM (GMO), BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 10.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR CHEMICAL & TOXIN, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 11.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR HEAVY METALS, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 12.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR RADIOACTIVITY, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 13.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR OTHERS, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 14.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 15.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR MEAT & MEAT PRODUCT, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 16.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR DAIRY & DAIRY PRODUCTS, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 17.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR CEREALS, GRAINS & PULSES, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 18.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR PROCESSED FOOD, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 19.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR OTHER INGREDIENTS, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 20.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 21.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR AGAR CULTURING, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 22.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR PCR-BASED ASSAY, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 23.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR IMMUNOASSAY-BASED, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 24.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR SCINTILLATION COUNTERS & GEIGER COUNTERS, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 25.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR AAS & ICP-MS/OES, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 26.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET FOR OTHERS, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 27.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 28.    GAUTENG FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 29.    GAUTENG FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 30.    GAUTENG FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 31.    WESTERN CAPE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 32.    WESTERN CAPE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 33.    WESTERN CAPE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 34.    MPUMALANGA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 35.    MPUMALANGA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 36.    MPUMALANGA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 37.    REST OF SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 38.    REST OF SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 39.    REST OF SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
TABLE 40.    ALS LIMITED: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 41.    ALS LIMITED: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 42.    ALS LIMITED: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 43.    BIO-RAD LABORATORIES, INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 44.    BIO-RAD LABORATORIES, INC.: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 45.    BIO-RAD LABORATORIES, INC.: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 46.    BUREAU VERITAS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 47.    BUREAU VERITAS: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 48.    BUREAU VERITAS: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 49.    DELTAMUNE: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 50.    DELTAMUNE: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 51.    DELTAMUNE: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 52.    DNV: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 53.    DNV: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 54.    DNV: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 55.    EUROFINS SCIENTIFIC S.E.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 56.    EUROFINS SCIENTIFIC S.E.: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 57.    INTERTEK GROUP PLC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 58.    INTERTEK GROUP PLC: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 59.    INTERTEK GROUP PLC: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 60.    QIMA LIMITED: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 61.    QIMA LIMITED: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 62.    QIMA LIMITED: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 63.    SGS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 64.    SGS: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 65.    SGS: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 66.    TUV SUD: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 67.    TUV SUD: OPERATING SEGMENTS
TABLE 68.    TUV SUD: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 01.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SNAPSHOT
FIGURE 02.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET SEGMENTATION
FIGURE 03.    TOP INVESTMENT POCKETS, 2017–2025
FIGURE 04.    TOP WINNING STRATEGIES, BY YEAR, 2015–2019*
FIGURE 05.    TOP WINNING STRATEGIES, BY DEVELOPMENT, 2015–2019* (%)
FIGURE 06.    TOP WINNING STRATEGIES, BY COMPANY, 2015–2019*
FIGURE 07.    LOW-TO-MODERATE BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
FIGURE 08.    HIGH BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS
FIGURE 09.    LOW-TO-MODERATE THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
FIGURE 10.    HIGH INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY
FIGURE 11.    MARKET PLAYER POSITIONING, 2017
FIGURE 12.    FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET: DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, AND OPPORTUNITIES, 2018–2025
FIGURE 13.    COMPARATIVE SHARE ANALYSIS OF IMPORT & EXPORT OF FRUITS, BY COUNTRY, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 14.    COMPARATIVE SHARE ANALYSIS OF IMPORT & EXPORT OF VEGETABLES, BY COUNTRY, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 15.    COMPARATIVE SHARE ANALYSIS OF IMPORT & EXPORT OF MEAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTS, BY COUNTRY,  2017 (%)
FIGURE 16.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY CONTAMINANT, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 17.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY FOOD TESTED, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 18.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 19.    SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, BY REGION, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 20.    GAUTENG FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
FIGURE 21.    WESTERN CAPE FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
FIGURE 22.    MPUMALANGA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
FIGURE 23.    REST OF SOUTH AFRICA FOOD SAFETY TESTING MARKET, 2017–2025 ($THOUSAND)
FIGURE 24.    ALS LIMITED: NET SALES, 2014–2016 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 25.    ALS LIMITED: REVENUE SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2018 (%)
FIGURE 26.    ALS LIMITED: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2018 (%)
FIGURE 27.    ALS LIMITED: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 28.    BOSTON SCIENTIFIC: NET SALES, 2015–2017 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 29.    BIO-RAD LABORATORIES, INC.: REVENUE SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 30.    BIO-RAD LABORATORIES, INC.: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 31.    BIO-RAD LABORATORIES, INC.: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 32.    BUREAU VERITAS: NET SALES, 2015–2017 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 33.    BUREAU VERITAS: REVENUE SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 34.    BUREAU VERITAS: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 35.    BUREAU VERITAS: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 36.    DELTAMUNE: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 37.    DNV: NET SALES, 2015–2017 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 38.    DNV: REVENUE SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 39.    DNV: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 40.    DNV: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 41.    EUROFINS SCIENTIFIC S.E.: NET SALES, 2015–2017 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 42.    EUROFINS SCIENTIFIC S.E.: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 43.    EUROFINS SCIENTIFIC S.E.: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 44.    INTERTEK GROUP PLC: NET SALES, 2015–2017 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 45.    INTERTEK GROUP PLC: REVENUE SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 46.    INTERTEK GROUP PLC: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 47.    INTERTEK GROUP PLC: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 48.    QIMA LIMITED: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 49.    SGS: NET SALES, 2016–2018 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 50.    SGS: REVENUE SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2018 (%)
FIGURE 51.    SGS: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2018 (%)
FIGURE 52.    SGS: SWOT ANALYSIS
FIGURE 53.    TUV SUD: NET SALES, 2015–2017 ($MILLION)
FIGURE 54.    TUV SUD: REVENUE SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 55.    TUV SUD: REVENUE SHARE BY REGION, 2017 (%)
FIGURE 56.    TUV SUD: SWOT ANALYSIS

 

Food fraud has been a major concern in the food industry since decades; for instance, the adulteration of imported tea with iron filings in the nineteenth century. At present, meat adulteration, availability of alternative species of fish, use of chemicals such as formalin in meat & fish products, and others are prevalent in the market. As detection of food fraud is difficult, it is necessary to develop advanced analytical techniques, such as molecular biology; isotopic analysis; and a range of classic physical, chemical, and biological methods to test food safety and detect noncompliance in food products.

Economically motivated adulteration (EMA) has rapidly increased in the market, which is a major health threat for consumers. Meat and processed food product segments are expected to witness the highest growth rate during the forecast period.

Outbreak of listeriosis, a serious foodborne disease, especially in Gauteng, Western Cape, and KwaZulu-Natal provinces have significantly affected the countries, and therefore food safety authorities are taking necessary measures to check such outbreaks in future.

 

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