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EnWave developing dried vegetable technology


December 16, 2010
By Fruit & Vegetable

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December
16, 2010, Vancouver, BC – EnWave Corp. says it has signed a collaboration
agreement with California-based vegetable grower Grimmway Farms to test
EnWave’s Nutrarev dehydration technology.

December
16, 2010, Vancouver, BC – EnWave Corp. says it has signed a collaboration
agreement with California-based vegetable grower Grimmway Farms to test
EnWave’s Nutrarev dehydration technology.

Vancouver-based
food dehydration technology firm Enwave says the testing program could lead to
a commercial licence and machine order by the end of next year if successful.
Financial details were not disclosed.

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“This
agreement marks our first foray into the American vegetable sector, and we are
excited to begin working with a company with such a significant focus on both
organic food production and new product innovation,” EnWave chairman and CEO, Tim Durance stated.

Grimmway
Farms
currently owns tens of thousands of acres of farmland in the United
States and produces organic and non-organic fruits and vegetables like carrots,
citrus fruits, onions, potatoes, lettuce and melons.