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北美的食品·飲料市場主要成長人員與趨勢

Top Growth Drivers and Trends in the North American Food and Beverage Market

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 316896
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 170 Pages
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北美的食品·飲料市場主要成長人員與趨勢 Top Growth Drivers and Trends in the North American Food and Beverage Market
出版日期: 2014年10月20日 內容資訊: 英文 170 Pages
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食品的喜好及便利性、食品安全性問題、成本等各種要素,限定了北美的食品、飲料(F&B)市場消費者的意願。這些意願是促成食品飲料廠商的產品加工方式及包裝方法、供應鍊模式進化的要素。對於食品廠房的效率性,產品的差異化,企業整合,食品安全性愈加注重,破壞並改變了現有的市場結構。

本報告提供關係到北美各國的食品·飲料產業根本性變化的近年來主要趨勢,以及今後的市場變動預測相關分析,提供您近年具代表性的經營模式·合資企業·技術進步·市場競爭的動向,及今後的市場機會調查·考察。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介

第3章 食品製造業的未來性:食品技術和產業技術的一體化

  • 問題意識
  • 彈性的設計:食品製造商的新課題
  • 變數多的方程式:新計劃設計的措施
  • 由於新經營模式推動了新設備的設計
  • 新設備設計的結構要素
  • 自動化:改善效率性·資產最佳化的主要因素
  • 食品機器人
  • 從巧克力到比薩:食品的3D列印
  • 奈米技術:最高的精密工程
  • 新廠房的開發
  • FIRA(發現·推論·建議·起因性)

第4章 包裝趨勢:活用相當於114億美元的包裝廢棄物

  • 問題意識
  • 包裝廢棄物:對產業來說的一大熱門議題
  • 包裝·價值鏈的高附加價值化趨勢
  • 材料開發:主動高智能的包裝
  • 創新的包裝材料趨勢
  • 材料開發:主動高智能的包裝
  • 包裝產業的技術開發
  • 包裝設備的技術創新
  • FIRA(發現·推論·建議·起因性)

第5章 「冷凍箱」:溫度控制型價值鏈的發展

  • 問題意識
  • 食品低溫運輸:供應鏈的不可或缺因素
  • 低溫運輸相關關注領域的變遷
  • 肉類·魚貝類的低溫運輸
  • 貯存功能:價值鏈上的重要轉換點
  • 冷凍倉儲設施:自動化成為關鍵
  • 運輸方式:維持搬送中的低溫環境
  • 運輸方式:鐵路業的新機會
  • 運輸方式相關新市場機會
  • 技術的高附加價值化
  • 維修的高附加價值化:效率性對於低溫運輸來說不可或缺
  • 為了改善低溫運輸的參與情形之策略發展
  • FIRA(發現·推論·建議·起因性)

第6章 維持移動中的食品:智慧城市的最弱的鏈接

  • 問題意識
  • 食品移動:可得性和經濟性成為重要的參數
  • 智慧城市供應鏈的重要性增加
  • 智慧城市對食品物流的影響度
  • 供給流程的最佳化
  • 區域化和食品集線器
  • 運輸的效率性
  • 流通網路
  • 倉庫管理系統
  • 智慧城市和智慧科技
  • 改善食品·飲料的供應鏈的階段函數型
  • 新的運輸方式:供應鏈用無人機
  • FIRA(發現·推論·建議·起因性)

第7章 從SQF到FSMA:食品安全性添加了新次元

  • 問題意識
  • 食品安全性隱憂的擴大
  • 開發以法規為核心的食品·飲料
  • FSMA(食品安全現代化法案):從農場到飯桌的安全性
  • FSMA價值鏈的整體影響
  • FSMA和生產結構:控制與預防
  • FSMA與供應鏈:可追溯性主導型連鎖
  • 食品可追溯性技術:軟體達到中心作用
  • 食品可追溯性技術的實施
  • 肉類加工業的可追溯性綜合方法
  • 肉類·魚貝類的可追溯性
  • 交易數量增加和法規的影響:標籤要件的變化
  • FIRA(發現·推論·建議·起因性)

第8章 永續性的維持:環保與綠色

  • 問題意識
  • 永續性的日益受重視
  • 解決水·能源·排放問題
  • 水相關問題
  • 削減「水的足跡」:追求廢水量近乎零
  • 能源和排放的非效率性
  • 節能型食品加工機的未來展望
  • 「綠色·麵包店」的出現
  • 乳品加工業的排放
  • 永續性的措施:活用廢棄物
  • FIRA(發現·推論·建議·起因性)

第9章 數位轉換:食品·飲料產業的現有的經營模式的破壞

  • 問題意識
  • 透過IoT(物聯網)推動企業整合
  • IoT領域的4大因素
  • 食品·飲料產業的活用雲端
  • 複雜的供應商·網路用雲端
  • 巨量資料和分析
  • 食品·飲料產業上的行動
  • 無線·情報:將非網絡用戶引進全球網絡
  • 實現無線系統的遠隔資產管理技術
  • 透過新技術促進產品相關的客戶交流
  • FIRA(發現·推論·建議·起因性)

第10章 未來展望

  • 分析方法
  • CEO的全方位見解
  • 食品·飲料產業的競爭預測和重要性
  • 食品·飲料產業整體未來發展預測和重要性
  • 食品·飲料產業的技術性預測和重要性
  • 食品·飲料產業的地區預測和重要性
  • 食品·飲料產業的最佳業務實踐預測和重要性
  • 食品·飲料產業的經濟預測和重要性
  • 法律上的免責聲明

第11章 附錄

  • 分析方法
  • 食品·飲料產業分析相關的追加資訊源
  • 分析對象企業一覽(部分)

第12章 附錄:美國的食品市場趨勢

  • 農業貿易預測
  • 玉米·肉類的供需預測
  • 魚貝類的需求預測
  • 消費者價格指數

第13章 附錄:食品工廠的未來性

  • 食品工廠開發計劃一覽

第14章 附錄:食品低溫運輸

  • 新鮮/冷凍蔬菜的消費量
  • 附錄:美國的冷凍倉庫一覽

第15章 附錄:食品供應鏈

  • 計劃中的計劃
  • 全美各地的食品集散地一覽

第16章 附錄:食品相關法規

  • 肉類可追溯性法
  • 食品相關的事件

第17章 附錄:環境保護型的食品連鎖

  • 水的消費率
目錄
Product Code: NE2A-01-00-00-00

Balancing the Food Equation through Innovative Strategies and State-of-the-Art Technologies

Dynamic variations in food preferences, convenience, food safety and security issues, and costs are defining customer requirements in the North American food and beverage (F&B) market. These requirements are evolving processing, production, packaging, and supply chain models for the F&B manufacturers, enabling market disruptions that include improved plant efficiency, product differentiation, consolidation, and more focus on food safety and security. The strategic research deliverable provides an overview of game-changing trends and shifts expected to occur in this market. It also provides analysis of the business models, partnership ventures, technology advancements, competitive perspectives, and key integrated industry opportunities.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary

  • 1. Scope Overview
  • 2. F&B Segments
  • 3. Meat Production Process Map
  • 4. Frozen Food Production Process Map
  • 5. Chocolate Production Process Map
  • 6. Beverage Production Process Map
  • 7. Dairy Production Process Map
  • 8. Brewery Production Process Map
  • 9. Executive Insights-The Next Big Trends Emerging in the F&B Industry
  • 10. Executive Insights-The Next Big Trends Emerging in the F&B Industry (continued)
  • 11. Supply and Demand-Executive Insights
  • 12. Environmental Regulations-Executive Insights
  • 13. New Technologies and Alternatives-Executive Insights
  • 14. Country and Economy-Executive Insights
  • 15. Integrated Industry-Executive Insights

2. INTRODUCTION

Introduction

  • 1. Mega Trends to Micro Booms
  • 2. Our Unique Macro-to-micro Methodology-Use of Hypothesis
  • 3. Key Definitions
  • 4. Key Definitions (continued)
  • 5. Top 8 Things a CEO Should Know
  • 6. Top 8 Things a CEO Should Know (continued)
  • 7. Food Trends in North America
  • 8. The Big 7 in the F&B Industry
  • 9. Factors Shaping the F&B Industry

3. FUTURE FOOD MANUFACTURING-CONVERGING FOOD TECHNOLOGY WITH INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

Future Food Manufacturing-Converging Food Technology with Industrial Technology

  • 1. Key Questions That Will Be Addressed
  • 2. Designing for Flexibility-A New Agenda for Food Manufacturers
  • 3. A Multi-variable Equation-Initiating New Project Designs
  • 4. New Operating Models Enforce New Facility Designs
  • 5. Components of New Facility Designs
  • 6. Components of New Facility Designs (continued)
  • 7. Automation-A Key Component to Improve Efficiency and Asset Optimization
  • 8. Automation-A Key Component to Improve Efficiency and Asset Optimization (continued)
  • 9. Food Robots
  • 10. Food Robots (continued)
  • 11. From Chocolates to Pizza-3-D Printing in Food
  • 12. Nanotechnology-Precision Engineering at Its Best
  • 13. New Plant Developments
  • 14. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)
  • 15. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

4. PACKAGING TRENDS-MAKING THE MOST OF THE $11.4 BILLION PACKAGING WASTE INDUSTRY

Packaging Trends-Making the Most of the $11.4 Billion Packaging Waste Industry

  • 1. Key Questions That Will Be Addressed
  • 2. Packaging Waste-A Major Concern for the Industry
  • 3. Trends to Add Value to the Packaging Value Chain
  • 4. Material Developments-Active and Intelligent Packaging
  • 5. Innovative Packaging Material Trends
  • 6. Material Developments-Active and Intelligent Packaging
  • 7. Technology Developments in the Packaging Industry
  • 8. Technology Developments in the Packaging Industry (continued)
  • 9. Packaging Equipment Innovation
  • 10. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)
  • 11. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

5. THE “COLD BOX”-EXPLORING TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED VALUE CHAINS

The “Cold Box”-Exploring Temperature-controlled Value Chains

  • 1. Key Questions That Will Be Addressed
  • 2. Cold Food Chains-A Vital Component of the Supply Chain
  • 3. Changing Points of Focus in the Cold Chain
  • 4. Meat and Seafood Cold Chains
  • 5. Storage-A Crucial Transition Point in the Value Chain
  • 6. Frozen Storage Warehouses-Automation is Key
  • 7. Transportation-Maintaining the Cold Environment in Transit
  • 8. Transportation-New Opportunities in Rail
  • 9. New Opportunities in Transportation
  • 10. Value Addition through Technology
  • 11. Value Addition through Technology (continued)
  • 12. Adding Value through Renovation-Efficiency is Essential to the Cold Chain
  • 13. Strategy Development to Improve Cold Chain Participation
  • 14. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)
  • 15. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

6. FOOD ON THE MOVE-BRIDGING THE WEAKEST LINK IN SMART CITIES

Food on the Move-Bridging the Weakest Link in Smart Cities

  • 1. Key Questions That Will Be Addressed
  • 2. Moving Food-Accessibility and Affordability Becoming Key Parameters
  • 3. Growing Supply Chain Implications in Smart Cities
  • 4. Smart City Implications on Food Logistics
  • 5. Optimization of the Sourcing Process
  • 6. Localization and Food Hubs
  • 7. Transportation Efficiency
  • 8. Distribution Networks
  • 9. Warehouse Management Systems
  • 10. Smarter Cities-Smarter Technologies
  • 11. Step Function Improvements in the Food & Beverage Supply Chain
  • 12. New Transportation Modes-Drones in the Supply Chain
  • 13. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)
  • 14. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

7. FROM SQF TO FSMA-ADDING NEW DIMENSIONS TO FOOD SAFETY

From SQF to FSMA-Adding New Dimensions to Food Safety

  • 1. Key Questions That Will Be Addressed
  • 2. Food Safety Concerns on the Rise
  • 3. Regulations Central to F&B Developments
  • 4. FSMA-Safety from Farm to Fork
  • 5. Impact of FSMA on Farm-to-fork Value Chain
  • 6. FSMA and Manufacturing Plants-Control and Prevention
  • 7. FSMA and Supply Chains-Traceability-driven Chains
  • 8. Food Traceability Technologies-Software Takes Center Stage
  • 9. Implementing Food Traceability Technologies
  • 10. An Integrated Traceability Approach for the Fresh Produce Industry
  • 11. Meat and Seafood Traceability
  • 12. The Impact of Growing Trade and Regulations-Changing Labeling Requirements
  • 13. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)
  • 14. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

8. SERVING SUSTAINABILITY-CLEAN AND GREEN

Serving Sustainability-Clean and Green

  • 1. Key Questions That Will Be Addressed
  • 2. Emerging Focus on Sustainability
  • 3. Resolving Water, Energy, and Emissions
  • 4. Water Issues
  • 5. Reducing the Water Footprint-Near-zero Waste Discharge
  • 6. Energy and Emission Inefficiencies
  • 7. Saving Energy-Food Processor Perspectives
  • 8. Green Bakeries on the Rise
  • 9. Green Bakeries on the Rise (continued)
  • 10. Emissions in the Dairy Industry
  • 11. Sustainability Initiatives-Making the Most of Waste
  • 12. Sustainability Initiatives-Making the Most of Waste (continued)
  • 13. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)
  • 14. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

9. DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION TO DISRUPT EXISTING OPERATING MODELS IN THE F&B INDUSTRY

Digital Transformation to Disrupt Existing Operating Models in the F&B Industry

  • 1. Key Questions That Will Be Addressed
  • 2. Industry Convergence Fueled by the IoT
  • 3. Industry Convergence Fueled by the IoT (continued)
  • 4. Four Big Elements in the IoT Space
  • 5. Four Big Elements in the IoT Space (continued)
  • 6. Application of the Cloud in the F&B Industry
  • 7. Cloud for Complex Supplier Networks
  • 8. Big Data and Analytics
  • 9. Mobility in the F&B Industry
  • 10. Wireless Intelligence-Connecting the Unconnected
  • 11. Wireless Systems-Enabling Remote Asset Management
  • 12. New Technologies-Advancing Customer Interactions with the Products
  • 13. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA)
  • 14. Findings, Inference, Recommendations, and Attractiveness (FIRA) (continued)

10. FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

Future Perspectives

  • 1. Our Research Methodology
  • 2. CEO 360°-7 Perspectives
  • 3. Competitive Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry
  • 4. Competitive Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry (continued)
  • 5. Integrated Industry Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry
  • 6. Technology Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry
  • 7. Technology Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry (continued)
  • 8. Regional Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry
  • 9. Best Practices Perspective and its Importance to the F&B Industry
  • 10. Economic Perspective and its Importance in the F&B Industry
  • 11. Legal Disclaimer

11. APPENDIX

Appendix

  • 1. Methodology
  • 2. Additional Sources of Information on the F&B Scorecard
  • 3. Partial List of Companies Interviewed

12. APPENDIX FOR FOOD TRENDS IN THE UNITED STATES

Appendix for Food Trends in the United States

  • 1. Agricultural Trade Outlook
  • 2. Corn and Meat Supply and Demand Outlook
  • 3. Fish Demand Outlook
  • 4. Consumer Price Index

13. APPENDIX FOR FUTURE FOOD PLANTS

Appendix for Future Food Plants

  • 1. List of Food Plant Developments

14. APPENDIX FOR COLD FOOD CHAINS

Appendix for Cold Food Chains

  • 1. Fresh Vs Frozen Vegetable Consumption
  • 2. Appendix-List of Refrigerated Warehouses in the US

15. APPENDIX FOR FOOD SUPPLY CHAINS

Appendix for Food Supply Chains

  • 1. Upcoming Projects
  • 2. List of Food Hubs-Alabama to California
  • 3. List of Food Hubs-Alabama to California (continued)
  • 4. List of Food Hubs

16. APPENDIX FOR FOOD REGULATIONS

Appendix for Food Regulations

  • 1. Meat Traceability Laws
  • 2. Food Incidents

17. APPENDIX FOR GREEN FOOD CHAINS

Appendix for Green Food Chains

  • 1. Water Consumption Rates
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