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SENASICA and Reveam discuss critical issues in fresh food sector

McAllen, Texas – Reveam (formerly ScanTech Sciences) welcomed delegates from SENASICA, along with Mexico’s mango exporters association, EMEX A.C., to tour the Rio Grande Valley Electronic Cold-Pasteurization (ECP) Center and learn how Reveam’s technology is addressing critical issues facing the fresh food sector today.

The visit echoed a desire of all participants to promote the highest quality of fresh produce between the United States and Mexico – and continue expanding the varieties offered between both countries.

ECP, a USDA-approved phytosanitary treatment option, is a chemical-free, heat-free treatment that eliminates harmful pests and pathogens while extending shelf-life at the peak of freshness and pinnacle of safety.

Located in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, Reveam’s ECP facility allows produce to travel from field and orchard directly to the U.S./Mexico border, eliminating the need for truckloads to divert and wait in Mexico, saving valuable time and streamlining logistics.

Reveam’s ECP technology serves as a vital alternative to current post-harvest treatment methods, such as chemical fumigation and hot water treatment. Both methods take hours to treat a truckload, while also warming produce to undesirable temperatures, adversely impacting food quality and increasing waste and spoilage.

ECP allows for the expansion of new and exotic fresh produce varieties, unable to withstand current treatment options, to be imported in the U.S. – all while maintaining cold chain integrity.

In partnership with SENASICA, Reveam looks to expand the varieties of fresh produce processed through its Rio Grande Valley ECP Center for Mexican imports, such as mangoes, along with U.S. exports, such as peaches. Reveam’s ECP treatment and proximity to the border support Mexican producers and exporters, like EMEX A.C., by delivering high quality produce to the U.S. market with efficiency and scale.

“Reveam was honored to host SENASICA at our facility and continue our partnership of advocating for the highest quality of fruits and vegetables. SENASICA’s support of our technology allows for improved quality and increased variety while promoting environmental sustainability and less food waste,” said Chip Starns, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of Reveam.

More information about Reveam and ECP can be found at reveam.com.

About Reveam

Reveam is dedicated to replacing dangerous chemicals and outdated treatment methods by providing a proprietary solution to the food industry and beyond. Operating out of its Atlanta, GA headquarters and Rio Grande Valley, TX Electronic Cold-Pasteurization(ECP) processing facility, the company works with growers, customs brokers, wholesalers, distributors, food service providers and retailers to improve safety and quality across the produce supply chain. Patented ECP and comprehensive logistics services enable Reveam to eliminate harmful pests, extend product shelf life, enhance fresh food taste and appearance and reduce compliance costs. Learn more at www.reveam.com.

McAllen, Texas – Reveam (formerly ScanTech Sciences) welcomed delegates from SENASICA, along with Mexico’s mango exporters association, EMEX A.C., to tour the Rio Grande Valley Electronic Cold-Pasteurization (ECP) Center and learn how Reveam’s technology is addressing critical issues facing the fresh food sector today.

The visit echoed a desire of all participants to promote the highest quality of fresh produce between the United States and Mexico – and continue expanding the varieties offered between both countries.

ECP, a USDA-approved phytosanitary treatment option, is a chemical-free, heat-free treatment that eliminates harmful pests and pathogens while extending shelf-life at the peak of freshness and pinnacle of safety.

Located in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, Reveam’s ECP facility allows produce to travel from field and orchard directly to the U.S./Mexico border, eliminating the need for truckloads to divert and wait in Mexico, saving valuable time and streamlining logistics.

Reveam’s ECP technology serves as a vital alternative to current post-harvest treatment methods, such as chemical fumigation and hot water treatment. Both methods take hours to treat a truckload, while also warming produce to undesirable temperatures, adversely impacting food quality and increasing waste and spoilage.

ECP allows for the expansion of new and exotic fresh produce varieties, unable to withstand current treatment options, to be imported in the U.S. – all while maintaining cold chain integrity.

In partnership with SENASICA, Reveam looks to expand the varieties of fresh produce processed through its Rio Grande Valley ECP Center for Mexican imports, such as mangoes, along with U.S. exports, such as peaches. Reveam’s ECP treatment and proximity to the border support Mexican producers and exporters, like EMEX A.C., by delivering high quality produce to the U.S. market with efficiency and scale.

“Reveam was honored to host SENASICA at our facility and continue our partnership of advocating for the highest quality of fruits and vegetables. SENASICA’s support of our technology allows for improved quality and increased variety while promoting environmental sustainability and less food waste,” said Chip Starns, Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of Reveam.

More information about Reveam and ECP can be found at reveam.com.

About Reveam

Reveam is dedicated to replacing dangerous chemicals and outdated treatment methods by providing a proprietary solution to the food industry and beyond. Operating out of its Atlanta, GA headquarters and Rio Grande Valley, TX Electronic Cold-Pasteurization(ECP) processing facility, the company works with growers, customs brokers, wholesalers, distributors, food service providers and retailers to improve safety and quality across the produce supply chain. Patented ECP and comprehensive logistics services enable Reveam to eliminate harmful pests, extend product shelf life, enhance fresh food taste and appearance and reduce compliance costs. Learn more at www.reveam.com.