Postharvest

Hazel Technologies Inc. hires postharvest scientist

Hazel Technologies Inc. has added Enrique Garcia to the company’s R&D team as a postharvest scientist. With more than 10 years of experience in agricultural research and biotechnology, Garcia’s expertise focuses on postharvest quality and... more »

AgroFresh has licensing agreement with Know Hub Chile for postharvest needs

AgroFresh Solutions Inc., a producer of freshness solutions, announced June 24 an exclusive global licensing agreement with Know Hub Chile to test and potentially commercialize patent pending technology for superficial scald control in apples and... more »

Alternative solutions for single-use packaging in postharvest packing

Produce Safety and safe practices are not only essential to keeping our produce safe from microbial contamination they can also help you the grower make decisions that affect the environment. Through safe practices we can... more »

Pace introduces postharvest biorational fungicide for cherries in Washington state

Pace International, a leading provider of sustainable postharvest solutions and technologies for the fresh produce industry, announced April 22 the introduction of BioSpectra 100SC for decay control in cherries. BioSpectra is the first naturally derived... more »

RipeLocker raises $5M to pursue postharvest life of perishables

RipeLocker, a Seattle, Washington-based company specializing in extending the postharvest life of perishables, announced April 21 it has raised $5 million in series B capital from angel investors. The investment round is all from previous... more »

AgroFresh appoints Clinton A. Lewis Jr. as chief executive officer

AgroFresh Solutions Inc. announced April 12 that Clinton A. Lewis Jr. has been appointed as chief executive officer and to the company’s board of directors, effective immediately. Lewis succeeds Jordi Ferre as CEO, who is expected to work... more »

Hazel Tech to host first annual Cherry Quality Summit

Chicago-based Hazel Technologies, Inc., a USDA-funded technology company delivering solutions for fresh produce to extend shelf-life, increase sales and fight food waste, has launched the first -ever virtual Cherry Quality Summit. A one-hour event (10... more »

Blue light to increase blueberry quality, fight disease studied by UGA

The COVID-19 crisis has put supply chain issues at the forefront of food production and packaging concerns. Researchers at the University of Georgia investigated a potential solution for extending the shelf life of blueberries by... more »

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