Hazel Technologies, Inc., developer of USDA-funded AgTech solutions that protect and extend produce quality, celebrates its third year of collaboration with Miami, FL-based exotic fruit grower/packer/distributor, Freshway Produce, Inc.
Hazel Technologies, Inc., developer of USDA-funded AgTech products that protect and extend produce quality, announces a successful trial on California-grown table grapes, in conjunction with Oppy, the global produce grower, marketer, and distributor, and Exeter, CA-based grower/packer/shipper, Brar Farms.
The Nogales, AZ-based produce grower/distributor finds sustainable way to quality-protect produce for stateside consumers with Hazel.
Hazel Technologies announces a collaboration with McFarland, CA-based Jakov Dulcich & Sons, a family-owned and operated table grape grower/packer/shipper with 60+ years of experience and over 3,000 acres of vertically integrated fresh table grapes under management.
Hazel Technologies, Inc. developer of USDA-funded technologies to protect produce quality, announces a second-year collaboration with Biglerville, PA-based Hollabaugh Bros., Inc., a family-owned and operated grower/packer/shipper with 65+ years of experience and 500 acres under production.
Hazel Technologies Inc., a USDA-funded company developing innovations to extend the shelf life of produce and reduce food waste announces open registration for their 2nd annual Apple Quality Summit next week.
Hazel Technologies, Inc. developer of new USDA-funded technologies to protect produce quality, announces a collaboration with Spicewood, TX-based The Fredericksburg Peach Company, a family-owned grower/shipper/wholesaler with over 35 years of experience.
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (UF-IFAS) has found significantly positive results in their research testing the efficacy of Hazel’s flagship technology, Hazel 100, on commodities in the tropical category. Based on the team’s studies, Hazel 100 can extend the shelf life of tropical fruits including tropical avocados, papayas, mangos, and guavas from 4 days to 3 weeks.
Hazel Technologies, Inc., a USDA-funded agricultural technology company delivering new solutions to combat food waste, today announced a strategic Asia-Pacific (APAC) expansion along with new funding from EDBI, a Singapore-based global investor in select high growth technology sectors and other strategic industries.
Hazel Technologies, developer of new USDA-funded technologies to protect produce quality, announces Illume Agriculture, a vertically integrated company currently operating and managing over 10,000 acres of high-value permanent crop assets including table grapes, almonds, pistachios and bulk wine grapes globally in both the U.S. and Europe, will utilize Hazel during their 2021 table grape season.