DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Food Packaging Technologies, Innovations and Market Trend Analysis" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Global food production is expected to grow (around 35% by 2030) to feed the rising population of the world, and so is the food packaging industry. This puts immense pressure on R&D domain globally to innovate continuously and meet the rising demands of dynamic nature of the market without putting the environment at risk.
The past decade has seen preference of consumers rising towards convenient and ready to eat foods due to time scarcity in their super busy lifestyles. This has caused innovations in packaging to be imperative. Moreover, advent of active/smart features in packaging has influenced people more than ever before.
People are becoming more environment conscious and showing their support in eco-friendly products that can be recycled. A similar trend was seen with paper bags and waste water management and as times are changing food industry is also being hit by the green revolution. Industries are experimenting on different raw materials that could be used for edible packaging. Though there is a long way to go for getting FDA approval for some of the products, it's still a start.
This report encompasses the key knowledge in the domain of trending innovations in food packaging, which entails the market dynamics and provides competitive edge to keep you ahead of competition.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Executive Summary
3 Food Packaging Overview
4 Technical Analysis- Innovations in Food Packaging
5 Analysis of Food Packaging trends of leading patent holders
6 Competitive Scenario
7 Food Packaging: Market Overview
8 Food Packaging - Market Determinants
9 Food Packaging - Opportunity Vs. Restraints
10 Food Packaging: Strategic Analysis SWOT & PEST
11 Food Packaging Market Development
12 List of Tables
13 List of Figures
- Toppan Printing
- DAI Nippon Printing
- Tetra Laval Group
- Sumitomo Chemical
- Mitsui Chemicals
- Dow Chemical
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