In the 19th century, lobsters, similar to rat meat, were regarded as "cockroaches of the sea" and were fed to prisoners. But then resourceful marketers packaged lobster meat in cans, made the cans pretty and shipped them by rail as an exotic delicacy for a lot of money.
Today’s trend towards organic food has certainly had a positive effect, cultivation methods and the use of pesticides are being reconsidered. But organic does not necessarily stand for nutritional quality. As the University of Hawaii found out, organic pesticides have the same effect, sometimes even more toxic than synthetic pesticides, such as copper sulphate and pyrethrum.
EnWave – https://www.youtube.com/… – takes care of the professional treatment of food. With the patented vacuum microwave dehydrogenation technology, these, as well as medical products, can be dehydrated and preserved. The sale of the dehydration systems and the granting of licenses brings the profit.
EnWave’s latest customer is the Japanese company Calbee, which sells baked goods, cereal products and snack confectionery. Even large companies like Nestlé, Kellogg’s or Bonduelle, known to everyone, are among EnWave’s customers, as is a cannabis producer. The American military has also bought two EnWave vacuum machines to improve the quality of food rations for soldiers.
With EnWaves technology, the colour, flavour and nutrients of each product are retained. For example, dry vaccines do not have to be cooled, have a lower weight and are therefore cheaper to ship.
Whether one likes to eat lobster or not, it remains to be hoped that new technologies will turn the world’s food supply around for the better.
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