Access to ample amounts of pure and hygiene products is paramount to sustaining life and promoting good health. Food products such as dairy and meat upon being contaminated by harmful bacteria or chemical substances can cause more than 200 diseases, ranging from diarrhea to cancer. World Health Organization (WHO) highlights that around 600 million people across the world suffer from illnesses resulting from the consumption of contaminated food and 420,000 people die every year. Thus, increasing incidences of food borne diseases are insisting on the need for controlling the safety and quality of food, especially, dairy products. This is attributed to the fact that milk and milk products, which form a significant part of people’s daily diets, are an ideal medium for the growth of microorganisms, including many pathogens that can cause diseases in consumers. As a result, there is more emphasis on ensuring the safety and quality of the milk and milk products during production, processing, packaging, and shipping. Among these, dairy processing equipment faces high scrutiny as they play a prominent role in the total production process. The cleaning products that help in keeping the equipment surfaces clean and hygienic are considered to be an essential part of a dairy processing plant. This is primarily driving the demand for cleaning products in the dairy processing industry. The increasing consumption of milk and dairy products owing to the increasing global population has created both opportunities and challenges for food safety in the diary processing industry. For instance, in developed countries, per capita consumption of dairy products is projected to grow from 22.2 kg in 2017 to 23.1 kg in 2027 while in developing countries, it is anticipated to grow from 10.6 kg to 13.5 kg. Increasing dairy consumption in conjunction with food safety concerns has resulted in governments crafting and deploying effective food safety legislations which ensure that food manufacturers maintain high hygienic standards. For instance, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the U.S., and the State Food and Drug Administration in China are some of the regulatory bodies across the world, who are enforcing laws to safeguard consumers in terms of health and quality. Moreover, severe actions and costly prosecution proceedings are initiated if companies fail to meet these legal obligations. Thus, companies involved in dairy processing are obliged to use cleaning products such as wetting agents, teat dips, antimicrobials and disinfectants for applications including bottle washing, crate washing, and surface cleaning. Therefore, the aforementioned factors are considered to be the prime impetus for growth of the dairy processing cleaning products market size.
In 2018, the global dairy processing cleaning products market was valued at $800m. Furthermore, demand is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 5.5% during the forecast period.
Increasing Dairy Consumption in Asia Pacific Region Providing Growth Prospects for the Dairy Processing Cleaning Products Market—
Geographically, APAC is considered to be the most lucrative dairy processing cleaning products regional market, and held a market share of 41.8% in 2018. The dominance of this region is mainly due to the increasing production and consumption of dairy products in developing countries such as India and China, where consumer diets are changing as a result of rapid urbanization and hectic lifestyles. The fluid milk consumption in India was around 67.7 million tons in 2018, which was an increase of 4% over 2017. Moreover, the amount of fluid milk imported by Chain, in 2019, is estimated to increase by 13% from 2018 and reach 850,000 tons. Therefore, the prospering dairy and related products industry significantly benefited the dairy processing cleaning products market in this region.
Dairy Processing Cleaning Products Market Gaining From Processed Milk Segment—
In terms of application, the processed milk segment is projected to prosper at a rapid pace in the dairy processing cleaning products market throughout the forecast period. This growth can be attributed to the increasing demand for processed milk across the world. The intake of processed dairy products worldwide is poised to grow by 1.7% p.a., over the next decade. The rapid growth in the consumption of milk and milk products consequently instigated the need for the processing of milk. The milk produced using pasteurization is called processed milk and the same is then packaged in near-sterile conditions, enabled by using cleaning products, which make it impossible for bacterial pathogens to contaminate the milk and milk products. The growing demand for processed milk is due to the fact that it can be preserved for long periods of time, and because it lowers the risk of food-borne illness. Thus, the key application segment is poised to propel at a CAGR of 6.1% through to 2025.
Dairy Processing Cleaning Products Market: Company Strategies—
Major companies operating in the global dairy processing cleaning products market are Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Colgate-Palmolive Company, Procter & Gamble Co., Reckitt Benckiser Plc, The Clorox Company, Church & Dwight Co., Inc., The Dial Corporation, and Unilever N.V. These companies are consistently adopting strategies such as acquisitions, mergers, collaborations, partnerships and product innovations.
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