Food and Beverage Disinfection Market Growth Spurred by Spike in Demand for Clean-Label Foods: Future Market Insights

Key players are entering non-traditional markets across Latin America & Middle East, due to increasing cases of food-ingested infections, therefore extending expansion prospects.

DUBAI, UAE / ACCESSWIRE / November 26, 2020 / Future Market Insights: According to a recent study published by FMI, the global food & beverage disinfection market is projected to record a moderate to steady growth pace over the forecast period 2020-2030. The key aspect driving the market growth is increasing concern for offering clean label foods particularly amid the possibility of the COVID-19 virus transmission via unclean food packets.

“Governments across nations have reinforced legal restrictions concerning food distribution and processing to ascertain that proper edible and quality food is available to all sections of the society. This has prompted widening of market scope for food and beverage disinfectants.” comments the FMI analyst.

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UV Light Disinfection Market Disclosing Latest Trends, Technology and Advancement 2020 to 2025

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Nov 21, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Market Intelligence Data has published the obtain ability of a new statistical data to its repository titled as, UV Light Disinfection Market. The report provides a detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country-level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace expanding, and technological innovations.

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Prominent Key Players – Trojan Technologies, Lit (NYSEArca: LIT), Xylem, Halma, Chiyoda Kohan, SUEZ, Evoqua Water, Heraeus, Oceanpower, Calgon Carbon, Xenex, Onyx, Atlantic Ultraviolet

Key players of the global UV Light Disinfection are profiled on the basis of various factors, which include recent developments, business strategies,

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New Disinfection Technology and Wide Range of PPEs Emerge at a Time of Need

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NEW YORK, Nov. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
NEW YORK, Nov. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Because of the pandemic and the pressures the healthcare industry has to go through, various sectors within the industry have had to innovate in the field of vaccination, PPEs, medical devices and mass testing. With testing, various regulatory bodies can obtain the data necessary to help make informed decisions to keep communities safe and assist policymakers with decisions about activity levels, masking, etc. In addition, new disinfecting technology has appeared, utilizing UV light or, on a larger scale, automatic vehicle disinfections. According to Grand View Research, the Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has launched the UV Blaster, which is useful for disinfecting high-tech surfaces and areas with a large flow of people, such as airports, hotels, offices, metros, shopping malls, … Read More

Airocide Acquisition to Widen the Disinfection Technology Portfolio

– By Ishan Majumdar

The acquisition of new technologies is important for the growth of a company in virtually any sector, but has become particularly relevant within the disinfection technologies space given the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Hence, the recent acquisition announcement by the management of disinfection technology player Applied UV Inc. (NASDAQ:AUVI) does not come as a big surprise. The New York-based company announced the signing of a non-binding letter of intent with its distribution partner, Akida Holdings, to acquire certain assets, including its rights to manufacture and sell the Airocide disinfection technology.

Background of the transaction

Applied UV has been on my watch list ever since it went public. The company was in the news for its exclusive joint distribution and licensing agreement with Akida Holdings in September. Following it public offering, a large amount of the funds raised were earmarked specifically for the acquisition of new technologies. The

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Christie introduces groundbreaking far-UVC light fixture with patented Care222 technology for UV disinfection that may be used around people

Christie CounterAct aims to reduce pathogens in commercial indoor venues

Christie® CounterAct™ with patented Care222 far-UVC light technology.
Christie® CounterAct™ with patented Care222 far-UVC light technology.
Christie® CounterAct™ with patented Care222 far-UVC light technology.
Christie® CounterAct™ with patented Care222 far-UVC light technology.
Christie® CounterAct™ with patented Care222 far-UVC light technology.
Christie® CounterAct™ with patented Care222 far-UVC light technology.

CYPRESS, Calif., Oct. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Christie® is pleased to announce the launch of the Christie® CounterAct™ line of commercial UV disinfection products with patented Care222® far-UVC light technology for cinemas, theme parks, museums, sports complexes and other indoor spaces. Unlike comparable products, the Christie fixture uses Ushio’s patented narrowband filtered Care222 excimer lamps that emit far-UVC 222nm light – the only UV technology shown to continuously and significantly reduce pathogens, like coronaviruses, that may also be used while people are present, when used in accordance with specified parameters. Mass production of the new Christie CounterAct fixture starts in January 2021.

Developed by Christie’s parent company,

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