Keeping It Real – Suminter India Organics

The organic food industry is a multibillion-economy with an increasing demand. A major challenge for companies that supply certified organic products is preserving the quality of products organically after harvest. Many companies that grow organic crops are forced to take refuge to chemicals to stop infestation and inhibit fungal growth …

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New Scientific Paper Discusses Aflatoxin Control With Safer Postharvest Practices

In human beings, high aflatoxin levels depress the immune system, thereby contributing to many health problems ranging from cancer and susceptibility to HIV, to stunted growth among children. This led governments in Africa to band together to stop the spread of Aflatoxins in the continent. At an October 2016 meeting …

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Leyte Coop Fumigates Cassava Using Grainpro® Cocoon™

Calubian, Leyte – Cassava farmers of the Fatima Multi-Purpose Cooperative (FMPC) are using the Ultra Hermetic™ GrainPro® Self-Verifying Cocoon™ to easily and quickly fumigate their cubed cassavas using phosphine. Cassava, also known as tapioca, is used as raw material for animal feeds. Cassava is the cooperative’s main source of income and …

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Winning The War Against Stale, Moldy Flavored Specialty Coffee

When it comes to coffee, flavor is king. Roasters around the world pay huge sums to purchase single-origin varieties that yield distinct flavor and aromatic characters. Their customers also pay a premium for a sip. Often, however, the subtle differences and undertones are lost by the time the coffee arrives …

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Food Security Remains A Priority In War-Torn Somalia

GALMUDUG, SOMALIA – Two Ultra Hermetic™ GrainPro® Self-Verifying Cocoons™ are preserving a blend of corn and soya flour in Somalia. The Cocoons are part of a development program that aims to alleviate the growing food problem in the war-torn country. GrainPro’s Priscilla Mosigisi, Sales Manager, and Alinaitwe Justus, Customer Support Engineer, …

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Indonesia Continues To Step Up Rice Storage With Hermetic Cocoons™

JAKARTA, INDONESIA – The Indonesian Bureau of Logistics (BULOG) increased its storage capacity with the installation of six 150MT GrainPro Cocoons™ on December 2016 in the province of Lampung, and the cities of Yogyarta and Jakarta. The installation is part of a nationwide initiative by BULOG — a government-owned company …

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One Coffee’S Sojourn Measured In Human Hands And Daily Temperatures

Could GrainPro be holding the key to safely preserve coffee quality during shipment? Per this article from dailycoffeenews.com, GrainPro prevented moisture loss of coffee beans, and preserved the flavor and aromatic qualities of coffee better than jute bags Read more: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2016/09/05/one-coffees-sojourn-measured-in-human-hands-and-daily-temperatures/

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Supergrainbags Prove High Potential To Minimize Postharvest Losses According To Trial In Mozambique

MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE – The study headed by the Agricultural Research Institute of Mozambique (IIAM) found that the GrainPro® SuperGrainbag® (SGB) is very efficient in controlling storage pests (Sitotroga cerealella) and fungal contaminants without the use of chemicals on the stored grains and seeds compared to metal silos, improved barns, and regular sacks …

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112 Upland Rice Farmers Benefit From Proper Seed Preservation

Maguindanao, Philippines – Faced with problems of drought, infertile soil, erosion, weeds and plant diseases, 112 upland farmers received paddy seeds packed in GrainPro SuperGrainbags (SGB) by the Department of Agriculture during the training conducted at the Upi Research Outreach Station on February 23, 2016. Compared to lowland farming where …

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