Biological tools – organisms that can modify food products and their environments – offer a natural food safety and preservation solution to the food industry’s clean label challenge. As pressure to remove additives from products heightens and food manufacturers seek ways to protect their products and developers improve their efficacy, the biological tools market for food safety and preservation will grow to $183 million by 2026, corresponding to a 9.8% CAGR from $72 million in 2016 and included as additives in $140 billion worth of food products. While dairy is currently the main application for biological tools, meat and poultry are set to dominate the space in the next 10 years.
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