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Organic Producer Grimmway Farms Tests Advanced Dehydration Technology From EnWave

December 15, 2010: 09:21 AM EST

Canada’s EnWave Corporation, which specializes in food dehydration, has agreed to work with organic carrot and vegetable producer Grimmway Farms to develop and test a variety of dried vegetable products using the nutraREV dehydration technology. An initial successful test of the technology will be expanded to a more extensive testing program. The companies hope the testing will lead to a commercial license and machine order by the end of 2011. California’s Grimmway Farms has tens of thousands of acres of farmland under cultivation and produces dozens of different organic and non-organic food products. EnWave’s Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) technology combines microwave energy transfer under vacuum to dehydrate and alter structures and drive chemical reactions that create “unique product characteristics for both food products and medical applications.”

"EnWave Signs Collaboration Agreement with Grimmway Farms", News release, Enwave Corporation, December 15, 2010, © Enwave Corporation
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