School Kids In Honduras Are Benefitting From Hermetic Storage

Children in the village of Krausirpi in Honduras are benefitting from rice that was not treated with any harmful chemicals thanks to Ultra Hermetic™ and patented GrainPro® Cocoons™. The Cocoons were delivered on March 2017 and are currently protecting food crops against insects and fungal growth. The United Nations’ World Food …

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Babban Gona Among Recepients Of 2017 Skoll Awards

Kola Masha, Managing Director of the Babban Gona program in Nigeria, is among this year’s recipients of the prestigious Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship. Masha, a supporter of hermetic storage and social enterprise, was recognized for his role in creating a model that attracts smallholder farmers and the nation’s unemployed …

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Rural Distribution Plays An Important Role In Safely Preserving Grain

“This is the first year I’m not buying chemicals to store my grain,” Baraka Nurie, the mother of three small children, revealed to Jordan Dey, GrainPro® VP for Food Security, during a visit on February in Ethiopia’s Gurage Region. What gives? A new rural distribution strategy initiated in January 2017 by …

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Kenya Farmers Set To Benefit From Use Of Hermetic Storage Bags

NAIROBI, KENYA – Farmers were urged to use hermetic storage bags during the National Campaign on Hermetic Storage Technology Road Show. The event, a collaboration between the Ministry of Agriculture, USAID’s Kenya Agricultural Value Chain Enterprises (KAVES), and the Kenya Agricultural Livestock and Research Organization (KALRO), promoted hermetic technology use …

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Crucial Development Congress Features Solar Bubble Dryer™ In The Drying Industry

MUNICH, GERMANY – A scaled-down model of the state-of-the-art Solar Bubble Dryer™ (SBD) – an innovative grain and seed drying solution that protects commodities from rewetting as they dry – was featured at the Our World 2030 sustainable development congress at September 15, 2016. The SBD is designed to address …

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Reducing Aflatoxins In Groundnuts Could Lead To Higher Profits

Preliminary results of a new study from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) Peanut and Mycotoxin Innovation Lab reveals that better drying and hermetic storage can reduce aflatoxin growth on groundnuts, making the legume safer for human consumption. The study was led by William Appaw, a master’s student in …

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Conference Stresses Impact Of Storage Innovations In Improving Africa’S Food Security

NAIROBI, KENYA – Food security experts from 15 countries openly discussed challenges and solutions during the first Africa Strategic Grain Reserve Conference on June 14-15, 2016 in Nairobi. The Conference, sponsored by the African Union’s Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (PACA), GrainPro, the Schooner Africa Fund, ABT Associates and …

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