SOURCE: Industrial Info Resources

Industrial Info Resources

March 31, 2016 06:30 ET

U.S. Food & Beverage Industry: What's Driving Investments, an Industrial Info News Alert

SUGAR LAND, TX--(Marketwired - Mar 31, 2016) - Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- The outlook for the U.S. Food & Beverage Industry shows strong potential for capital investments in the construction and expansion of manufacturing and distribution sites. The world is growing, and the industry is a leading provider and trading partner to global markets. It is estimated that by 2050, the world will need to produce an additional 70% of the food produced today. Food firms with an eye toward the future are investing in facilities in the U.S. and abroad that meet the changing demands of a diverse and rapidly growing consumer base.

The vehicles for growth in the industry over the next 12 months will come from four segments: agribusiness, beverages, poultry and foodservice. The extent of the growth could be affected by the strength of the U.S. dollar, which could drag down exports.

To read the complete story, check out the most recent edition of Industrial Info's NavigatIIR online newsletter, which also includes details on what's driving a slew of global project restarts; outages at nuclear power plants that are planned for the second quarter; and spending outlooks in the U.S. Industrial Manufacturing Industry.

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