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Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and Beverages

REPORT SUMMARYWith the increasing global customer base, food retailing is transforming. However, with the move toward globalization, food packaging requires longer shelf life, along with monitoring food safety and quality based upon international standards. To address these needs, nanotechnology is enabling new food and beverage packaging technologies.Applications in nano-enabled packaging span development of improved tastes, color, flavor, texture and consistency of foodstuffs, increased absorption and bio-availability of nutrients and health supplements, new food packaging materials with improved mechanical, barrier and antimicrobial properties, and nano-sensors for traceability and monitoring the condition of food during transport and storage. The total nano-enabled food and beverage packaging market in the year 2008 was $4.13 billion, which is expected to grow in 2009 to $4.21 billion and forecasted to grow to $7.30 billion by 2014, at a CAGR of 11.65%. Active technology represents the largest share of the market, with $2.7 billion in 2008, followed by intelligent packaging with $1.03 billion, and finally, controlled release packaging of $360 million. In 2014, the active segment will remain the largest, with $4.35 billion in sales, and the intelligent segment will grow to $2.47 billion sales. Other major findings of this report are:' Among active technologies, oxygen scavenger, moisture absorbers and barrier packaging represent more than 80% of the current market.' Time/temperature indicators are a major share of intelligent packaging, with radio frequency identification data tags (RFIDs) forecasted to show the strongest growth in this category in the future. ' In controlled release packaging, antioxidants have a 60% share, compared to a 40% share for antimicrobials. ' In food products, the bakery and meat products categories have attracted the most nano-packaging applications, and in beverages, carbonated drinks and bottled water dominate.' Among the regions, Asia/Pacific, in particular Japan, is the market leader in active nano-enabled packaging. ' In the United States, Japan, and Australia, active packaging is already being successfully applied to extend shelf-life while maintaining nutritional quality and ensuring microbiological safety. Examples of commercial applications include the use of oxygen scavengers for sliced processed meat, ready-to-eat meals and beer, the use of moisture absorbers for fresh meat, poultry, and fresh fish, and ethylene-scavenging bags for packaging of fruit and vegetables. In Europe, however, only a few of these systems have been developed and are being applied now. The main reasons for this are legislative restrictions and a lack of knowledge about acceptability to European consumers, as well as the efficacy of such systems and the economic and environmental impact such systems may have. ' The fast growth of carbonated soft drinks in many parts of the world has been driven by polyethylene terephthalate (PET). There is a relatively large demand for oxygen scavengers in plastic bottles for non-carbonated drinks such as juices, sports and functional drinks, the ingredients of which can be sensitive to oxygen.
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  • 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email! Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and BeveragesPublished on July 2009 Report SummaryREPORT SUMMARYWith the increasing global customer base, food retailing is transforming. However, with the move toward globalization, food packagingrequires longer shelf life, along with monitoring food safety and quality based upon international standards. To address these needs,nanotechnology is enabling new food and beverage packaging technologies.Applications in nano-enabled packaging span development of improved tastes, color, flavor, texture and consistency of foodstuffs,increased absorption and bio-availability of nutrients and health supplements, new food packaging materials with improvedmechanical, barrier and antimicrobial properties, and nano-sensors for traceability and monitoring the condition of food duringtransport and storage.The total nano-enabled food and beverage packaging market in the year 2008 was $4.13 billion, which is expected to grow in 2009 to$4.21 billion and forecasted to grow to $7.30 billion by 2014, at a CAGR of 11.65%. Active technology represents the largest share ofthe market, with $2.7 billion in 2008, followed by intelligent packaging with $1.03 billion, and finally, controlled release packaging of$360 million. In 2014, the active segment will remain the largest, with $4.35 billion in sales, and the intelligent segment will grow to$2.47 billion sales.Other major findings of this report are: Among active technologies, oxygen scavenger, moisture absorbers and barrier packaging represent more than 80% of the currentmarket. Time/temperature indicators are a major share of intelligent packaging, with radio frequency identification data tags (RFIDs)forecasted to show the strongest growth in this category in the future. In controlled release packaging, antioxidants have a 60% share, compared to a 40% share for antimicrobials. In food products, the bakery and meat products categories have attracted the most nano-packaging applications, and in beverages,carbonated drinks and bottled water dominate. Among the regions, Asia/Pacific, in particular Japan, is the market leader in active nano-enabled packaging. In the United States, Japan, and Australia, active packaging is already being successfully applied to extend shelf-life whilemaintaining nutritional quality and ensuring microbiological safety. Examples of commercial applications include the use of oxygenscavengers for sliced processed meat, ready-to-eat meals and beer, the use of moisture absorbers for fresh meat, poultry, and freshfish, and ethylene-scavenging bags for packaging of fruit and vegetables. In Europe, however, only a few of these systems have beendeveloped and are being applied now. The main reasons for this are legislative restrictions and a lack of knowledge aboutacceptability to European consumers, as well as the efficacy of such systems and the economic and environmental impact suchsystems may have.Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and Beverages Page 1/8
  • 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics The fast growth of carbonated soft drinks in many parts of the world has been driven by polyethylene terephthalate (PET). There is arelatively large demand for oxygen scavengers in plastic bottles for non-carbonated drinks such as juices, sports and functionaldrinks, the ingredients of which can be sensitive to oxygen. Table of ContentTABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION ISTUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES IIREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY IICONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY IIISCOPE AND FORMAT IIIMETHODOLOGY IIIINFORMATION SOURCES IVWHOM THE STUDY CATERS TO IVAUTHORS CREDENTIALS VEXECUTIVE SUMMARY VISUMMARY TABLE NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE MARKET SEGMENTED BY TECHNOLOGY,2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) VISUMMARY FIGURE NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE MARKET SEGMENTED BY TECHNOLOGYIN 2009 AND 2014 (%) VIIINDUSTRY OVERVIEW 1INDUSTRY PLAYERS 3MARKET SEGMENTS 5MARKET BY TYPE 5TABLE 1 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY FOOD AND BEVERAGE, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) 5FIGURE 1 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY FOOD AND BEVERAGE, 2009 AND 2014 (%) 6TABLE 2 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY TYPES OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE PRODUCTS, 2008, 2009 AND2014 ($ BILLIONS) 7FIGURE 2 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY TYPES OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE PRODUCTS, 2009 AND 2014(%) 8MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY 9MARKET BY REGION 10TABLE 3 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) 11FIGURE 3 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2009 AND 2014 (%) 12REGULATORY ISSUES 12TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 14Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and Beverages Page 2/8
  • 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsPACKAGING TECHNOLOGY 14ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY 14TABLE 4 CLASSIFICATION OF ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY 15TABLE 5 APPLICATION OF ACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN VARIOUS FOOD AND BEVERAGE GROUPS 16OXYGEN SCAVENGERS 17CARBON DIOXIDE ABSORBERS AND EMITTERS 19MOISTURE SCAVENGERS 19ETHYLENE ABSORBERS 20FLAVOR AND AROMA ABSORBING OR RELEASING SYSTEMS 20ETHANOL EMITTERS 21ANTI-FOGGING AND ANTI-STICKING FILMS 21LIGHT ABSORBERS AND EMITTERS 22GAS PERMEABLE AND BREATHABLE PACKAGES 22MICROWAVE SUSCEPTORS 22TEMPERATURE CONTROL: SELF-HEATING AND COOLING 22BARRIER ENHANCEMENT 23BEVERAGE PACKAGING 23POTENTIAL BARRIER CHOICES 25INTELLIGENT PACKAGING (IP) 26TABLE 6 TYPES OF INTELLIGENT PACKAGING 27TIME/TEMPERATURE INDICATOR 27RIPENESS INDICATOR 27BIOSENSORS 28GAS INDICATORS 29BARCODE LABEL/INVISIBLE INK 29RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION DATA (RFID) TAGS 30CONTROLLED RELEASE PACKAGING (CRP) 30ANTIMICROBIAL PACKAGING 31TABLE 7 APPLICATION OF BIOPOLYMERS IN ANTIMICROBIAL FOOD PACKAGING 32ANTIOXIDANTS 33PACKAGING MATERIALS 33NANOCOMPOSITES 34HONEYWELLS AEGIS® ROLE 36HONEYWELLS AEGIS® HFX 36HONEYWELLS AEGIS® CSD 36NANOCOR-MITSUBISHIS GAS CHEMICAL COMPANY, INCORPORATED M9 36BAYERS DURETHAN® 37TRITON SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED ORMLASTM 37NANOCOATINGS 38NANO-ENABLED THIN FILMS 40TABLE 8 COMMERCIAL EXAMPLES OF FILMS 40OS2000TMOXYGEN SCAVENGING FILM 41OXBAR® 41HONEYWELLS SPECIALTY FILMS 41NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING APPLICATIONS 42PACKAGING APPLICATIONS 42BARRIER ENHANCEMENT 43MONITORING/COMMUNICATION 44Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and Beverages Page 3/8
  • 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsFUTURE TRENDS 45INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET ANALYSIS 48GLOBAL INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 48MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY 50ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES 51TABLE 9 MARKET FOR ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2008, 2009 AND2014 ($ BILLIONS) 53FIGURE 4 MARKET FOR ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES, 2009 AND 2014 (%) 54INTELLIGENT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES 55TABLE 10 MARKET FOR INTELLIGENT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2008, 2009AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) 57FIGURE 5 MARKET FOR INTELLIGENT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES, 2009 AND 2014 (%) 58CONTROLLED RELEASE PACKAGING 59TABLE 11 MARKET FOR CONTROLLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2008, 2009AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) 60FIGURE 6 MARKET FOR CONTROLLED RELEASE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES, 2009 AND 2014 (%) 61TECHNOLOGY MARKET SUMMARY 62TABLE 12 CURRENT & FUTURE MARKETS FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE MARKET,SEGMENTED BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) 62FIGURE 7 CURRENT & FUTURE OF NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN FOOD AND BEVERAGE MARKET SEGMENTED BYTECHNOLOGY IN 2009 AND 2014 (%) 63MARKET BY REGIONS 64ASIA/PACIFIC REGION 64TABLE 13 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE ASIA/PACIFIC REGION, 2008, 2009 AND2014 ($ BILLIONS) 65FIGURE 8 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE ASIA/PACIFIC REGION, 2009 AND 2014 (%)66EUROPE 67TABLE 14 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE EUROPEAN REGION, 2008, 2009 AND 2014($ BILLIONS) 67FIGURE 9 CURRENT & FUTURE OF NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN EUROPE REGION, 2009 AND 2014(%) 68NORTH AMERICA 69TABLE 15 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE NORTH AMERICAN REGION, 2008, 2009AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) 69FIGURE 10 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE NORTH AMERICAN REGION, 2009 AND2014 (%) 70REGIONAL MARKET SUMMARY 71TABLE 16 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) 71FIGURE 11 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2009 AND 2014 (%) 72PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS 73LIST OF PATENTS 73PREPARATION OF FAST REHEATS BOTTLE-GRADE PET RESIN 73METHOD FOR RECYCLING PET BOTTLES 74OXYGEN DETECTION SYSTEM FOR A RIGID CONTAINER 74SENSOR FOR MONITORING AN ANALYTE 74Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and Beverages Page 4/8
  • 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTAG INCLUDING RFID CIRCUIT STORING DATA 75MULTILAYER ORIENTED ANTIMICROBIAL AND ANTIFOGGING FILMS 75OXYGEN SCAVENGING FILM WITH CYCLIC OLEFIN COPOLYMER 75CONDUCTIVE NANOCOMPOSITE FILMS 76METHODS FOR MAKING PET FOOD BOTTLES 76BLEND SYSTEMS OF OXYGEN BARRIER AND OXYGEN SCAVENGING POLYMERS 76CAUSING AN EXTENSIBLE POLYMER FILM ON PET BOTTLE EDGES 77SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR AN EDIBLE, OPTICALLY INVISIBLE INK 77ORGANIC ACIDS INCORPORATED EDIBLE ANTIMICROBIAL FILMS 77SENSOR METHOD TO DISPLAY WEIGHT 78SENSING GASEOUS SUBSTANCES USING METAL COMPLEXES 78TRANSPORTING A PRODUCT USING AN ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR 79METHODS OF USING AN OXYGEN SCAVENGER 79METHODS TO VIEW AND ANALYZE THE RESULTS FROM SENSORS 80THERMAL HISTORY INDICATORS 80FOOD QUALITY AND SAFETY MODEL FOR REFRIGERATED FOOD 81WRAPAROUND CARRIER FOR PETALOID PET BOTTLES 81OXYGEN SCAVENGING 81CHANGED CONDITION INDICATOR 82METHOD OF MAKING A POLYMERIC FOOD SPOILAGE SENSOR 82CRITICAL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR 83TRIGGERING, STORING, AND DISTRIBUTING AN OXYGEN SCAVENGER 83OXYGEN SCAVENGING POLYMERS AS ACTIVE BARRIER TIE LAYERS 84RECORDING THE TEMPERATURE OF PERISHABLE PRODUCTS 84FOOD TEMPERATURE MEASURING DEVICE WITH AUDIBLE SIGNAL 85IN-SITU STANDARD FOR TEMPERATURE-INDICATING LABELS 85ANTIMICROBIAL SOL-GEL FILMS COMPRISING SPECIFIC METAL-CONTAINING ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS 85OXYGEN SCAVENGING POLYAMIDE COMPOSITIONS 86METAL CATALYZED ASCORBATE AS OXYGEN SCAVENGERS 86PACKAGES FOR DIFFERENTIAL OXYGEN SCAVENGING 87PATENT ANAYLSIS 87TABLE 17 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES IN THE OXYGEN SCAVENGING CATEGORY FROM 2004TO 2008 88FIGURE 12 TOP COMPANIES IN TERMS OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED FOR OXYGEN SCAVENGING FROM 2004 THROUGH2008 89COMPANY PROFILES 903M COMPANY 90AGION TECHNOLOGIES 90AMCOR GLOBAL 91BALTIMORE CHEMICALS 91BASF 92BAYER MATERIAL SCIENCE AG 92BP CORPORATION 93CHUO KAGAKU COMPANY, LTD 93CHEVRON PHILLIPS CHEMICAL COMPANY LLC 93CSP TECHNOLOGIES., INC. 94CHANTLER PACKAGING INC. 94CONTINENTAL PET TECHNOLOGIES 95Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and Beverages Page 5/8
  • 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsCRYOVAC SEALED AIR CORPORATION 95FOOD SCIENCE AUSTRALIA 95GROFIT PLASTICS 96HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC. 96HOTCAN 97INNOVIA FILMS INC. 97JOHNSON MATTHEY PLC 98KRAFT FOODS 98KUREHA PLASTICS CO., LTD 98MAXWELL CHASE, INC 99MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL USA, INC. 99MARKS & SPENCER LTD 100MULTISORB TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 100NIPPON SODA CO., LTD 100NANOCOR, INC. 101PACTIV CORPORATION 101PLIANT CORP. 102PPG INDUSTRIES 102RIPESENSE LIMITED 102SINANEN ZEOMIC CO., LTD 103SIDEL INC. 103SIRA FOOD SENTINEL SYSTEM 104SONOCO CORPORATION 104SOUTHERN CLAY PRODUCTS 104STEAM TO GO 105TETRA PACK INC 105TIMESTRIP PLC. 105TOPPAN PRINTING CO. LTD 106TOYO SEIKAN KAISHA LTD 106TOXIN ALERT 106TRITON SYSTEMS, INC. 106UNITED DESICCANTS 107W. R. GRACE & CO.-CONN. 107Nano-enabled Packaging for Food and Beverages Page 6/8
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