Newark, April 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As per the report published by The Brainy Insights, the global enteric disease testing market is expected to grow from USD 3.76 billion in 2020 to USD 5.05 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 3% during the forecast period 2021-2030.
Infections and microorganisms that enter the body by the mouth or intestinal framework create enteric illnesses. This is caused by tainted regurgitation or defecation, as well as ingesting or drinking infected food. The most common causes of mortality and morbidity are enteric diseases. The market is being driven by a growing senior population, a growing number of migrants, and rising patient awareness levels mixed with considerably increasing medical services utilisation. Additional factors propelling the industry are diagnoses and supportive government initiatives.
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Farmers, food producers, and suppliers have been forced to raise the quantity and enhance the quality of agricultural produce and food items in response to rising food demand. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, global food production must increase by 70% by 2050 to meet rising food demand (FAO). The growth of the enteric disease testing market is influenced by the increase in global food production, with an increasing number of enteric disease controls in each step—from raw material procurement to product delivery to consumers, who look for accredited certification when purchasing food products to ensure food safety. In addition, an enteric disease outbreak is predicted to increase demand for enteric disease testing. In August 2020, for example, a salmonella outbreak was recorded in 47 states across the United States. In the third week of August, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that the number of recorded cases of salmonella newport infections had risen to 869, with 116 hospitalizations in 47 states. A lack of knowledge about enteric disease is projected to impede the global enteric disease testing market, particularly in emerging nations. In …