10 Year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in Food Contact Packaging to 2020

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Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 25 Aug 2010
Product format: Market Report
Number of pages: 95
Forecast range: 2010-2020

10-year Forecasts of Disruptive Technologies in Food Contact Packaging to 2020 includes detailed descriptions of the key technologies along with in-depth scorecards and analysis of their impact on the industry. The report also analyses key food contact packaging trends and their impacts. This report is the essential guide, providing exclusive analysis and market forecasts, detailing how current and emerging trends will shape food contact packaging to 2020.

Description

METHODOLOGY

10-Year Forecasts of Disruptive Technologies in Food Contact Packaging to 2020 is the result of an exhaustive primary research programme incorporating a survey of industry leaders, including responses from across the food packaging value chain. Additional research from secondary sources and trade statistics has also been used to create a comprehensive list of over 100 disruptive technologies, from which the top-25 were ranked by a panel of experts. Each of these disruptive technologies includes a Disruptive Technology Scorecard and a Technology Transition Forecast to 2020, along with narrative analysis. The report provides a unique depth of information and analysis.

WHAT DO YOU GET?

  • Thorough definitions and descriptions of the disruptive technologies that could impact the food contact packaging industry
  • An assessment of the potential impact of the top-25 disruptive technologies on the industry over the next 10 years
  • Exclusive technology forecasts clearly illustrated with tables and scorecards

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU?

  • Identify and understand effects of the top-25 disruptive technologies on the food contact packaging industry over the next 10 years
  • Understand global trends affecting food contact packaging
  • Use scenario plans of emerging trends and 10-year predictions of future disruptive technologies to plan future strategy with confidence
  • Identify business opportunities and developments with forecasts to 2020

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Packaging converters
  • Raw material suppliers
  • Equipment and machinery suppliers
  • Brand owners and retailers
  • Industry consultants and analysts

Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY 

  • Report objectives
  • Report scope
  • Report methodology
  • Definitions

FOOD CONTACT TRENDS 

  • Introduction
  • The market
    • Flexible packaging market
    • Plastic food container market
    • Paperboard, metal and glass food container market
    • Sustainability
    • Packaging reduction
    • Globalisation
    • Chemical contamination
  • Bioplastics and recycled plastics
    • Bioplastics market size
    • Benefits of bioplastics
    • Recyclability and compostability of bioplastics
    • Recycled PET
    • Waste management infrastructure
  • Migration from printing inks
    • Current status
    • Current regulations
    • Use of low-migration inks
    • Developments in migration-free ink printing - electron beam cured inks
    • Use of UV inks
    • Low migration coatings
    • Nanotechnology for printing inks
  • Imports from China and Chinese packaging trends
    • Current regulatory status
    • Chinese economic growth
    • Chinese packaging trends
    • Chinese recycling industry
    • Chinese food packaging developments
    • European versus Chinese production
  • Trends in intelligent and active packaging and barrier technology
    • Current status
    • Growth in intelligent packaging
    • Active packaging
    • Oxygen barrier developments
    • Oxygen scavenging technology
    • Thermochromic inks
  • Nanotechnology and packaging
    • Current status
    • Nanotechnology in food contact packaging
  • Digital print
    • Current status
    • Digital print market by end-use sector
    • Benefits of digital to brand owners

DISRUPTIVE INNOVATIONS IN FOOD CONTACT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY

  • Regulation GM foods - EFSA draft report and FSA report
    • Overview
    • EFSA draft report
    • FSA report
    • Additive labelling requirements
    • Documentation and traceability
    • The future
  • Regulation - legislation nanotechnology Europe and UK
    • Current position
    • EFSA scientific opinion
    • EFSA guidance document
    • UK's nanotechnologies strategy
    • Current industry position and developments
    • The future
  • Bio-based and biodegradable plastics
    • Bioplastics market
    • PLA
    • PHA
    • Developments by leading film producers
    • Bioplastics from plants, algae and other biomass
  • Regulation of GM foods - EFSA draft report
    • Short-run digital print
    • Digital print market
    • Short-run digital growth
    • Barriers to use
  • Digital benefits for food market
    • Combination and digital print in paper and board market
  • Combination and digital print is growing in demand
  • High-performance barrier materials - coatings/additives
    • Current status
    • New barrier coating technology
    • White liquid technology
    • The future
  • Retail-ready packaging
    • Current status
    • Corrugated developments
    • Plastics sector
    • The future
  • Nanotechnology regulation concerns
  • Steam venting systems
    • Other new technologies
  • Consumer technologies - multi-channel shopping
    • Current status
    • The future
  • New regulation to cover food safety - D G Sanco
    • Current status
    • Difficulties in compliance
    • EFSA co-operation project in non-plastic food contact materials
    • The future
  • Packaging waste regulation - DEFRA consultation on implementing the packaging strategy
    • Current status
    • Recycling targets proposals
    • Industry reaction
    • The future
  • Regulation - Global Packaging Project (GPP) EUROPEN
    • Current status
    • Objectives
    • Outcome
  • New generation of customised oxygen scavenging technology - PET containers and others
    • Current status
    • The future
    • Other recent developments in oxygen scavenging technology
  • 3D imaging, prototyping, rendering and sampling
    • Current status
    • 3D developments
    • Virtual proofing benefits
    • Prototyping and new pack shapes
    • Online design campaign
    • The future
  • Digital print - inkjet
    • Current status
    • End-use markets
    • Investment requirements
    • Hybrid technologies
  • Bioplastics - sugar cane/green HDPE
    • Tetra Pak development
    • Coca-Cola plant bottle
    • The future
  • Consumer technologies - Twitter and others
    • Advantages of packaging industry use
    • Current usage
    • The future
  • Chemical contamination - Bisphenol A (BPA)
    • Current status
    • Implications for food contact packaging
    • The future
  • New barrier coatings - corrugated
    • Current status
    • Use in food contact packaging
  • Eat-on-the-go food processing technology - aseptic and retort packaging
    • Current status
    • New material developments - oriented polypropylene films (OPP)
  • Regulation - new active and intelligent packaging regulation
    • Current status
    • New regulation
    • Implications for the future
    • New European project
  • New commercial software - easy-opening devices
    • Current status
    • The future - easy-opening devices
  • Consumer technologies - easily accessed online stores
    • Current status
    • Implications for food contact packaging industry
    • The future
  • Alternatives to BPA
    • Current status
    • BPA replacements
    • The future

THE FOOD CONTACT PACKAGING INDUSTRY: THE MEANING OF DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY SCORECARDS FOR THE PACKAGING MATERIALS MARKET AND OUTLOOK TO 2020

  • Introduction
  • Disruptive innovations affecting all packaging material markets
    • GM foods
    • Waste and recycling regulations
    • European regulatory framework
    • Consumer technologies
    • 3D imaging, prototyping, rendering and sampling
  • Flexible packaging outlook to 2020
    • Overview
    • Active and intelligent packaging
    • Nanotechnology
    • Biobased and biodegradable plastics
    • Eat-on-the-go food processing technology - retort packaging
    • Digital print - inkjet in the flexible packaging market
    • Short-run digital print in flexible packaging
    • Steam venting systems in flexible packaging applications
  • Rigid plastic container outlook to 2020
    • Overview
    • New generation of customised oxygen scavenging technology - PET containers vs glass
    • High-performance barrier materials/coatings/additives
  • Paper and paperboard packaging outlook to 2020
    • Overview
    • Combination and digital print in paper and paperboard market
    • Paper and paperboard retail-ready packaging
    • New barrier coating/corrugated
    • Paper and paperboard cartons - eat-on-the-go food processing technology - aseptic packaging
  • Glass packaging outlook to 2020
    • Overview
    • Glass containers vs plastic containers
  • Metal packaging outlook to 2020
    • Overview
    • Use of digital print on metal cans
    • Replacement of Bisphenol A (BPA)

Tables and Figures

TOP-25 DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES 

  • 100 candidate technologies
  • Regulation GM foods - EFSA draft report
  • Regulation - GM food products/FSA draft report
  • Regulation/legislation nanotechnology
  • Biobased and biodegradable plastics
  • Short-run digital print
  • Combination and digital print in paper and board market
  • High-performance barrier additives/materials/coatings
  • Retail-ready packaging
  • Nanotechnology regulation concerns
  • Steam venting systems
  • Consumer technologies - multi-channel shopping
  • New regulation to cover food safety - D G Sanco
  • Waste regulation - DEFRA 'Consultation on Implementing the Packaging Strategy'
  • Regulation - Global Packaging Project (GPP) EUROPEN
  • New generation of customised oxygen scavenging technology - PET containers
  • 3D imaging, prototyping, rendering and sampling
  • Digital printing - inkjet
  • Coca-Cola plant bottle
  • Bioplastics - sugar cane/green HDPE
  • Consumer technologies - Twitter and similar
  • Chemical contamination - Bisphenol A (BPA)
  • New barrier coating - corrugated
  • Eat-on-the-go food processing technology - retort packaging/aseptic packaging
  • Regulation - new active and intelligent packaging regulation
  • New commercial software - easy-opening devices
  • Consumer technologies - easily accessed online stores
  • Alternative to BPA - New Jersey's Science and Technology University (NJIT) - sugar derivative from corn
  • Alternative to BPA - Amcor's alufix can end closure
  • Major packaging material forecasts to 2020
  • Graph of top-25 disruptive technologies - summary of expert panel findings