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NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING FOR THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY – A GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY, INDUSTRY AND MARKET ANALYSIS
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Publish Date: Jul 2009,   Pages: 107,   Report Code: FT-102
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1. INTRODUCTIONI-V
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INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................I

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES ............................................................................................. II

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY ........................................................................................ II

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY..........................................................................................III

SCOPE AND FORMAT................................................................................................................III

METHODOLOGY........................................................................................................................III

INFORMATION SOURCES ........................................................................................................ IV

WHOM THE STUDY CATERS TO............................................................................................. IV

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS .........................................................................................................V

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2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYVI-VIII
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY........................................................................................................................VI

SUMMARY TABLE NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE

MARKET SEGMENTED BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS)............. VI

SUMMARY FIGURE NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE

MARKET SEGMENTED BY TECHNOLOGY IN 2009 AND 2014 (%) ....................................VII

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3. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW1-13
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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................................ 1

INDUSTRY OVERVIEW (CONTINUED) .................................................................................... 2

INDUSTRY PLAYERS................................................................................................................... 3

INDUSTRY PLAYERS (CONTINUED)........................................................................... 4

MARKET SEGMENTS .................................................................................................................. 5

MARKET BY TYPE........................................................................................................... 5

TABLE 1 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY FOOD AND BEVERAGE,

2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ............................................................................................. 5

FIGURE 1 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY FOOD AND

BEVERAGE, 2009 AND 2014 (%)................................................................................................... 6

TABLE 2 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY TYPES OF FOOD AND

BEVERAGE PRODUCTS, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ................................................ 7

TABLE 2 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY TYPES OF FOOD AND

BEVERAGE PRODUCTS, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ................................................ 7

FIGURE 2 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY TYPES OF FOOD AND

BEVERAGE PRODUCTS, 2009 AND 2014 (%) ............................................................................ 8

MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY.......................................................................................... 9

MARKET BY REGION ................................................................................................... 10

TABLE 3 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2008, 2009

AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) .............................................................................................................. 11

FIGURE 3 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2009 AND

2014 (%) ........................................................................................................................................ 12

REGULATORY ISSUES.............................................................................................................. 12

REGULATORY ISSUES (CONTINUED) ...................................................................... 13

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4. INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW14-41
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TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................... 14

PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................................... 14

ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY........................................................................ 14

TABLE 4 CLASSIFICATION OF ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY ................................... 15

TABLE 5 APPLICATION OF ACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN VARIOUS FOOD AND

BEVERAGE GROUPS................................................................................................................... 16

OXYGEN SCAVENGERS.................................................................................. 17

OXYGEN SCAVENGERS (CONTINUED) ......................................... 18

CARBON DIOXIDE ABSORBERS AND EMITTERS ..................................... 19

MOESTURE SCAVENGERS.............................................................................. 19

ETHYLENE ABSORBERS................................................................................ 20

FLAVOR AND AROMA ABSORBENG OR RELEASENG SYSTEMS............. 20

ETHANOL EMITTERS...................................................................................... 21

ANTI-FOGGING AND ANTI-STICKING FILMS............................................ 21

LIGHT ABSORBERS AND EMITTERS........................................................... 22

GAS PERMEABLE AND BREATHABLE PACKAGES .................................. 22

MICROWAVE SUSCEPTORS........................................................................... 22

TEMPERATURE CONTROL: SELF-HEATING AND COOLING................. 22

BARRIER ENHANCEMENT ............................................................................ 23

BEVERAGE PACKAGING................................................................................ 23

BEVERAGE PACKAGING (CONTINUED) ........................................ 24

POTENTIAL BARRIER CHOICES................................................................... 25

INTELLIGENT PACKAGING (IP) ................................................................................ 26

TABLE 6 TYPES OF INTELLIGENT PACKAGING ....................................................................... 27

TIME/TEMPERATURE INDICATOR .............................................................. 27

RIPENESS INDICATOR ................................................................................... 27

BIOSENSORS..................................................................................................... 28

GAS INDICATORS ............................................................................................ 29

BARCODE LABEL/INVISIBLE INK................................................................ 29

RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION DATA (RFID) TAGS................... 30

CONTROLLED RELEASE PACKAGING (CRP).......................................................... 30

ANTIMICROBIAL PACKAGING...................................................................... 31

TABLE 7 APPLICATION OF BIOPOLYMERS IN ANTIMICROBIAL FOOD

PACKAGING................................................................................................................................. 32

ANTIOXIDANTS................................................................................................ 33

PACKAGING MATERIALS............................................................................................ 33

NANOCOMPOSITES...................................................................................................... 34

NANOCOMPOSITES (CONTINUED).............................................................. 35

HONEYWELL’S AEGIS® ROLE ...................................................................... 36

HONEYWELL’S AEGIS® HFX......................................................................... 36

HONEYWELL’S AEGIS® CSD......................................................................... 36

NANOCOR-MITSUBISHI’S GAS CHEMICAL COMPANY,

INCORPORATED M9.................................................................................. 36

BAYER’S DURETHAN®.................................................................................... 37

TRITON SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED ORMLASTM...................................... 37

NANOCOATINGS........................................................................................................... 38

NANOCOATINGS (CONTINUED) ................................................................... 39

NANO-ENABLED THIN FILMS ................................................................................... 40

TABLE 8 COMMERCIAL EXAMPLES OF FILMS ......................................................................... 40

OS2000TMOXYGEN SCAVENGING FILM....................................................... 41

OXBAR® ............................................................................................................. 41

HONEYWELL’S SPECIALTY FILMS.............................................................. 41

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5. NANO-ENABLED PACKGING APPLICATIONS42-47
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NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING APPLICATIONS................................................................................ 42

PACKAGING APPLICATIONS................................................................................................... 42

BARRIER ENHANCEMENT ......................................................................................... 43

MONITORING/COMMUNICATION............................................................................. 44

FUTURE TRENDS....................................................................................................................... 45

FUTURE TRENDS (CONTINUED)............................................................................... 46

FUTURE TRENDS (CONTINUED)............................................................................... 47

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6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET ANALYSIS48-72
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INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET ANALYSIS......................................................................... 48

GLOBAL INDUSTRY STRUCTURE .......................................................................................... 48

GLOBAL INDUSTRY STRUCTURE (CONTINUED) .................................................. 49

MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY..................................................................................................... 50

ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES.................................................................... 51

ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES (CONTINUED)............................ 52

TABLE 9 MARKET FOR ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE FOOD AND

BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ............................................... 53

FIGURE 4 MARKET FOR ACTIVE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES, 2009 AND 2014

(%) .................................................................................................................................................. 54

INTELLIGENT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES........................................................ 55

INTELLIGENT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES (CONTINUED)................ 56

TABLE 10 MARKET FOR INTELLIGENT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE

FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS).......................... 57

FIGURE 5 MARKET FOR INTELLIGENT PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES, 2009 AND

2014 (%) ......................................................................................................................................... 58

CONTROLLED RELEASE PACKAGING..................................................................... 59

TABLE 11 MARKET FOR CONTROLLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE

FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS).......................... 60

FIGURE 6 MARKET FOR CONTROLLED RELEASE PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES,

2009 AND 2014 (%) ........................................................................................................................ 61

TECHNOLOGY MARKET SUMMARY......................................................................... 62

TABLE 12 CURRENT & FUTURE MARKETS FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN

THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE MARKET, SEGMENTED BY TECHNOLOGY, 2008,

2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ..................................................................................................... 62

FIGURE 7 CURRENT & FUTURE OF NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING IN FOOD AND

BEVERAGE MARKET SEGMENTED BY TECHNOLOGY IN 2009 AND 2014 (%) ............... 63

MARKET BY REGIONS .............................................................................................................. 64

ASIA/PACIFIC REGION ................................................................................................ 64

TABLE 13 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE

ASIA/PACIFIC REGION, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ............................................. 65

FIGURE 8 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE

ASIA/PACIFIC REGION, 2009 AND 2014 (%).......................................................................... 66

EUROPE .......................................................................................................................... 67

TABLE 14 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE

EUROPEAN REGION, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) .................................................. 67

FIGURE 9 CURRENT & FUTURE OF NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING

TECHNOLOGIES IN EUROPE REGION, 2009 AND 2014 (%) ............................................... 68

NORTH AMERICA.......................................................................................................... 69

TABLE 15 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE

NORTH AMERICAN REGION, 2008, 2009 AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) .................................... 69

FIGURE 10 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE

NORTH AMERICAN REGION, 2009 AND 2014 (%)................................................................. 70

REGIONAL MARKET SUMMARY................................................................................ 71

TABLE 16 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2008, 2009

AND 2014 ($ BILLIONS) ............................................................................................................. 71

FIGURE 11 MARKET FOR NANO-ENABLED PACKAGING BY REGIONS, 2009 AND

2014 (%) ......................................................................................................................................... 72

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7. PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS73-89
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PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS..................................................................................................... 73

LIST OF PATENTS...................................................................................................................... 73

PREPARATION OF FAST REHEATS BOTTLE-GRADE PET RESIN...................... 73

METHOD FOR RECYCLING PET BOTTLES.............................................................. 74

OXYGEN DETECTION SYSTEM FOR A RIGID CONTAINER................................. 74

SENSOR FOR MONITORING AN ANALYTE ............................................................. 74

TAG INCLUDING RFID CIRCUIT STORING DATA.................................................. 75

MULTILAYER ORIENTED ANTIMICROBIAL AND ANTIFOGGING FILMS........ 75

OXYGEN SCAVENGING FILM WITH CYCLIC OLEFIN COPOLYMER................. 75

CONDUCTIVE NANOCOMPOSITE FILMS ................................................................ 76

METHODS FOR MAKING PET FOOD BOTTLES ...................................................... 76

BLEND SYSTEMS OF OXYGEN BARRIER AND OXYGEN

SCAVENGING POLYMERS.................................................................................... 76

CAUSING AN EXTENSIBLE POLYMER FILM ON PET BOTTLE EDGES ............ 77

SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR AN EDIBLE, OPTICALLY INVISIBLE

INK............................................................................................................................ 77

ORGANIC ACIDS INCORPORATED EDIBLE ANTIMICROBIAL FILMS............... 77

SENSOR METHOD TO DISPLAY WEIGHT................................................................ 78

SENSING GASEOUS SUBSTANCES USING METAL COMPLEXES ...................... 78

TRANSPORTING A PRODUCT USING AN ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR............. 79

METHODS OF USING AN OXYGEN SCAVENGER................................................... 79

METHODS TO VIEW AND ANALYZE THE RESULTS FROM SENSORS .............. 80

THERMAL HISTORY INDICATORS............................................................................ 80

FOOD QUALITY AND SAFETY MODEL FOR REFRIGERATED FOOD................. 81

WRAPAROUND CARRIER FOR PETALOID PET BOTTLES.................................... 81

OXYGEN SCAVENGING ............................................................................................... 81

CHANGED CONDITION INDICATOR......................................................................... 82

METHOD OF MAKING A POLYMERIC FOOD SPOILAGE SENSOR ..................... 82

CRITICAL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR................................................................... 83

TRIGGERING, STORING, AND DISTRIBUTING AN OXYGEN

SCAVENGER............................................................................................................ 83

OXYGEN SCAVENGING POLYMERS AS ACTIVE BARRIER TIE LAYERS.......... 84

RECORDING THE TEMPERATURE OF PERISHABLE PRODUCTS...................... 84

FOOD TEMPERATURE MEASURING DEVICE WITH AUDIBLE SIGNAL........... 85

IN-SITU STANDARD FOR TEMPERATURE-INDICATING LABELS ..................... 85

ANTIMICROBIAL SOL-GEL FILMS COMPRISING SPECIFIC METALCONTAINING

ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS ......................................................... 85

OXYGEN SCAVENGING POLYAMIDE COMPOSITIONS ........................................ 86

METAL CATALYZED ASCORBATE AS OXYGEN SCAVENGERS .......................... 86

PACKAGES FOR DIFFERENTIAL OXYGEN SCAVENGING................................... 87

PATENT ANAYLSIS.................................................................................................................... 87

TABLE 17 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES IN THE

OXYGEN SCAVENGING CATEGORY FROM 2004 TO 2008................................................... 88

FIGURE 12 TOP COMPANIES IN TERMS OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED FOR

OXYGEN SCAVENGING FROM 2004 THROUGH 2008 .......................................................... 89

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8. COMPANY PROFILES90-107
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COMPANY PROFILES............................................................................................................................ 90

3M COMPANY............................................................................................................................. 90

AGION TECHNOLOGIES........................................................................................................... 90

AMCOR GLOBAL......................................................................................................................... 91

BALTIMORE CHEMICALS ........................................................................................................ 91

BASF ............................................................................................................................................ 92

BAYER MATERIAL SCIENCE AG............................................................................................. 92

BP CORPORATION.................................................................................................................... 93

CHUO KAGAKU COMPANY, LTD ............................................................................................ 93

CHEVRON PHILLIPS CHEMICAL COMPANY LLC............................................................... 93

CSP TECHNOLOGIES., INC. ..................................................................................................... 94

CHANTLER PACKAGING INC. ................................................................................................. 94

CONTINENTAL PET TECHNOLOGIES................................................................................... 95

CRYOVAC SEALED AIR CORPORATION................................................................................ 95

FOOD SCIENCE AUSTRALIA ................................................................................................... 95

GROFIT PLASTICS ..................................................................................................................... 96

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC. .................................................................................... 96

HOTCAN...................................................................................................................................... 97

INNOVIA FILMS INC. ................................................................................................................ 97

JOHNSON MATTHEY PLC........................................................................................................ 98

KRAFT FOODS ............................................................................................................................ 98

KUREHA PLASTICS CO., LTD.................................................................................................. 98

MAXWELL CHASE, INC............................................................................................................. 99

MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL USA, INC. ....................................................................................... 99

MARKS & SPENCER LTD........................................................................................................ 100

MULTISORB TECHNOLOGIES, INC. .................................................................................... 100

NIPPON SODA CO., LTD.......................................................................................................... 100

NANOCOR, INC. ........................................................................................................................ 101

PACTIV CORPORATION.......................................................................................................... 101

PLIANT CORP........................................................................................................................... 102

PPG INDUSTRIES..................................................................................................................... 102

RIPESENSE LIMITED.............................................................................................................. 102

SINANEN ZEOMIC CO., LTD .................................................................................................. 103

SIDEL INC................................................................................................................................. 103

SIRA FOOD SENTINEL SYSTEM........................................................................................... 104

SONOCO CORPORATION........................................................................................................ 104

SOUTHERN CLAY PRODUCTS............................................................................................... 104

STEAM TO GO........................................................................................................................... 105

TETRA PACK INC ..................................................................................................................... 105

TIMESTRIP PLC........................................................................................................................ 105

TOPPAN PRINTING CO. LTD.................................................................................................. 106

TOYO SEIKAN KAISHA LTD................................................................................................... 106

TOXIN ALERT ........................................................................................................................... 106

TRITON SYSTEMS, INC........................................................................................................... 106

UNITED DESICCANTS ............................................................................................................ 107

W. R. GRACE & CO.-CONN. ..................................................................................................... 107

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