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Concise Analysis of the International HPP (High Pressure Processing) Market - Forecast to 2018

DUBLIN, Ireland, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fbqm43/hpp_high) has announced the addition of the "Concise Analysis of the International HPP (High Pressure Processing) Market - Forecast to 2018" report to their offering. 
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HPP technology helps extend the shelf life of food products and improve food safety. The technique utilizes high pressure on food products instead of heat treatment, thus having the least effect on nutritional properties and texture of food products. The consumers in the market demand food products that reflect the natural and fresh taste with a clean label. High Pressure Processing technology thus serves this purpose and is utilized to deliver products with desired qualities. HPP equipment is expensive, but a cost effective technology when compared with the cost of food recalls. Entrance of toll processing companies has opened new avenues in the market.

The HPP market has been segmented by High Pressure Processing equipment and High Pressure Processing food products available in the market. The HPP equipment market has been sub-segmented by the types of equipment in terms of orientation and vessel sizes, their food applications, end-users, and geography. The HPP food products market has been sub-segmented on the basis of food types and geography.

The HPP equipment market value was dominated by North America in 2012. The key market in North America was the U.S. Europe was the second largest market dominated by Spain. The High Pressure Processing equipment market includes HPP equipment manufacturers, suppliers, and toll processors. The companies that lead the HPP equipment market include Avure Technologies Inc. (U.S.) and Hiperbaric (Spain).

In 2012, the HPP food products market was dominated by North America. The HPP food products such as meat products, seafood, juices, etc. have been in demand by consumers in the North American market. The key companies that manufacture High Pressure Processing food products include Hormel Foods (U.S.), Esteban Espuna (Spain), Motivatit (U.S.), etc. Investments in R&D on novel product development and expansion drive the HPP products market. 


Key Topics Covered: 

1 Introduction 

2 Executive Summary 

3 Premium Insights 

4 Industry Analysis

5 HPP Equipment Market Overview 

6 HPP EQUIPMENT Market, By Types

7 HPP Equipment Market, By Applications

8 HPP Equipment Market, By End-Users 

9 HPP Equipment Market, By Geography

10 HPP Products Market Overview 

11 HPP Product Market, By Types 

12 HPP Product Market, By Geography 

13 Competitive Landscape - HPP Equipment

14 Competitive Landscape - HPP Products 

15 Company Profiles


Companies Mentioned:

  • All Natural Freshness Inc
  • American Pasteurization Company
  • Ameriqual Group Llc
  • Avure Technologies Inc
  • Baotou Kefa High Pressure Technology Co Ltd
  • Beskydy Frycovice AS
  • Campofrio Food Group SA
  • Chic Freshertech
  • Esteban Espuna
  • Fresherized Foods Inc
  • Fruity-Line BV
  • Hiperbaric Espana
  • Hormel Foods Corporation
  • IFANTIS Group
  • Kobe Steel Ltd
  • Kraft Foods Group Inc
  • MULTIVAC Sepp Haggenmüller Gmbh
  • Maple Lodge Farms
  • Millard Refrigerated Services
  • Motivatit Seafoods LLC
  • Perdue Farms Inc
  • Safe Pac Pasteurization LLC
  • Simplyfresco LLC
  • Stansted Fluid Power Ltd
  • Thyssenkrupp Ag



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