Hazel develops new solutions to reduce food waste to improve the fresh produce supply chain. It also provides shelf-life extension technologies and services to combat the global food waste problem and improve profitability for its customers. Hazel’s® USDA-funded 1-MCP technology conditions the storage atmosphere to reduce respiration rate & increase resistance to ethylene, and works in a variety of storage conditions.
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Join The Spoon and ReFED for the Food Waste Insights and Innovation Forum
We’ll also highlight emerging innovators chosen by ReFED and The Spoon who are creating technology-driven solutions to reduce waste across the food system, whether that’s at the farm, in the supply chain, at the restaurant or grocery store or in our own fridges.
Hazel Technologies’ Food-Waste Solutions Get $70 Million Boost From Investors
Can a little sachet the size of a sugar packet make a dent in the world’s growing food waste problem? Hazel Technologies, the maker of just such a product, has raised $70 million to expand its food-waste solution globally. The company says its products can triple the shelf life of produce.
WHERE DO WE GROW FROM HERE
Combating Food Waste Across the Supply Chain
In this episode of Where We Grow From Here, we are joined by Aidan Mouat, co-founder and CEO at Hazel Technologies and Matthew Walker, Managing Director at S2G. We explore the issue of food waste across the supply chain, talk about how we can combat it and make the food system more efficient, and discuss some of the adjacent benefits that efficiency will provide for the environment and the economy.