Hazel Technologies Teams Up with Mirabella Farms, Inc. to Advance Grape Quality

November 11, 2021 Hazel Technologies

Hazel Technologies, Inc., developer of new USDA-funded technologies to protect produce quality, announces a partnership with Fresno, CA-based Mirabella Farms, Inc.®, a family-owned table grape grower/packer/shipper with over 60 years of industry experience. Mirabella will be using Hazel’s flagship technology, Hazel 100™, with its table grape exports to international destinations in Latin America moving forward.

Save Foods Receives Regulatory Approval from the CDPR to Commence Commercialization in California

November 10, 2021 Save Foods

Save Foods (Nasdaq: SVFD) (“Save Foods” or the “Company”), an agri-food tech company focused on developing and selling eco-friendly products specifically designed to extend the shelf life and ensure food safety of fresh fruits and vegetables, today announced the registration of its product, SavePROTECT™️, by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR).

Birds of Paradise: Beauty and Drama take Flight

August 19, 2021 FloraLife

Symbolic of faithfulness, love, and thoughtfulness, Birds epitomize romance (with perhaps a touch of drama!) And, hopefully, the romance and excitement will be as long-lasting as the birds themselves; with proper care these hardy tropical flowers can last two weeks or more in the vase.

Research Update: Effects of FloraLife Express Clear 100 on Freshly Harvested Roses

July 14, 2021 FloraLife

To restore the water balance of flowers that are shipped and stored dry, one needs to properly hydrate the flowers upon arrival, a common practice. Once rehydrated with FloraLife® Express Clear 100, flowers look fresh and turgid again. This product also has a positive effect on freshly harvested flowers that are not dehydrated.

Save Foods Inc. Tackling Food Waste Challenge

July 7, 2021 Save Foods Inc.

Save Foods Inc. is moving from nine successful pilot trials with five commercial partners to sales of its products as it looks to capture share in the $2.6 billion post-harvest treatment market.