Fuji Keizai Releases Report on Food Inspection Market in Japan.
By sector, the medium/reagent segment, which accounted for 12 billion yen ($105.2 mil) in 2005, will reach 15.2 billion yen ($133.3 mil) in 2011. The device segment was 1.4 billion yen ($12.2 mil) in 2005, and will increase to 2.0 billion yen ($17.5 mil) in 2011.
The report also mentioned five areas that are expected to experience sound growth: surface-associated bacteria inspection, food-poisoning simplified inspection, pesticide residue inspection, allergen inspection, reagents for ATP system, and automated viable cell counting system.
The 188-page report is available in Japanese for 105,000 yen ($920) and 115,500 yen ($1,010) with a supplemental CD-ROM.
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|Date:||May 3, 2006|
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