“Food High Pressure Processing (HPP) Equipment market set to grow to 300mn by 2024” says new Visiongain report

08 January 2020
Food and Drink

Visiongain has launched a new food report Top 20 Food High Pressure Processing (HPP) Companies 2020: R&D Spending Analysis, Financials & Key Strategies and Achievements Details for The Leading Companies in Food High Pressure Processing Market, Including Avure Technologies, Hiperbaric, Kobe Steel, Multivac, Stansted Fluid Power and Other Companies.

HPP technologies have been considered the "greatest promise" for fulfilling consumer expectations for food safety as well as healthy and nutritious foods. For food manufacturers, the significant shelf life extensions and the ability to produce ‘clean label’ products are the main drivers to use the technology.

The lead analyst of the report commented "A fast development of HPP technologies will drive the growth of the market in the next ten years. HPP equipment manufacturers are able to design machines for different types of businesses from small to large, which makes this technology available to a wider group of food producers. At the same time, a constant search for unique, healthy and minimally processed foods will drive the consumer demand for HPP products. Even though current prices for HPP are still quite high for an average consumer, the industry is responding to an increasing demand by introducing new product lines that are available to consumers with different income."

Leading companies featured in the report include Avure Technologies, Inc., Kobe Steel Ltd., Thyssenkrupp AG Company, Hormel Foods, Cargill, FresherTech, Hiperbaric, Multivac, Bao Tou Kefa and other companies.

Notes for Editors
If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun@visiongain.com or call her on +44 (0) 20 7549 9987.

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