World Food Safety Diagnostics Market Studied in New Kalorama Information Report

11 Feb 2013 • by Natalie Aster

Food safety testing is not analogous to “food testing” as the latter is a more encompassing term that includes the analysis of food along various parameters of quality.

The report “Food Safety Diagnostics, The World Market” by Kalorama Information excludes food quality testing from its scope, including testing associated with the determination of microbial spoilage, contamination, discoloration and off-odors in food products as well as analysis of food origin, color, flavor, texture, and processing.

Report Details:

Food Safety Diagnostics, The World Market
Published: January, 2013
Pages: 140
Price: US$ 2,500.00

Food safety is determined through presence or absence of content or threats injurious or otherwise harmful to consumers. This distinction in testing is absolute under regulation and is generally observed in industry; microbial testing products are sometimes marketed under food safety despite their application in the quantitative detection of non-pathogenic microbes, which in this report falls under food quality testing.

Food safety is threatened by microbial pathogens (primarily bacteria), viruses, natural commonly microbial) toxins, other environmental toxins (direct or indirect industrial contamination), food allergens, genetically modified organism (GMO) content, food adulterants, inauthentic food products, agricultural chemicals (pesticides, herbicides, fungicides), and veterinary drugs (eg. steroids, other growth promoters, antibiotics).

More information can be found in the report “Food Safety Diagnostics, The World Market” by Kalorama Information.

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