There are more than 7 billion mouths to feed on this planet and more are on the way. As such, the Food & Beverage Industry has its work cut out for it, playing a crucial role in creating value-added food and beverage products. Every day, the industry faces multiple challenges posed by processing, packaging, storing and distributing the products that we eat and drink.
Industrial Info's Food & Beverage coverage includes all aspects of the industry, from production to processing and packaging, to distribution. Our online platform tracks the following sectors: Meat & Poultry, Dairy, Beverages, Agricultural Products, and Baked Goods, Frozen & Prepared Foods. Also included in the Food & Beverage Industry is the warehousing and distributing sector, as well as the rapidly expanding desalination industry.
Industrial Info's research is regional, with some sectors spanning all corners of the globe. We now cover all Food & Beverage segments in North America, Latin America, Oceania, and Europe with Asia on the horizon.
Projects covered in the platform must have a four- to six- month lead time for equipment requests for quotation (RFQs) or bidding opportunities, and must offer $500,000 or greater in total investment value.
Industrial Info's Global Food & Beverage Industry information provides best-in-class, consistently updated market intelligence on 13,100 operational and pre-commissioned facilities and 6,100 active projects throughout the world, with a total value of approximately $81.68 billion.
Along with plant and project information, contact details for more than 13,400 key decision-makers for projects and 73,000 key plant contacts are consistently verified and updated, providing you with direct access to the people you need to find!
Industrial Info also provides a standalone online platform for the Sugar Processing Industry, which contains information on sugar processing plants and associated ethanol production facilities.
Industrial Info's Analytics Products help supplement our online platform and give our clients a more long-term view of where spending is expected to be and what major trends or drivers could be affecting spending.