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Bioengineering Company’s New Technology Delivers “Natural Preservatives”

October 3, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Responding to consumer demands for simple and understandable food ingredient labels, manufacturers are looking to replace artificial preservatives. To help in that endeavour, Mass.-based bioengineering firm Conagen announced a “ready-to-go” technology that can create the “next generation of natural preservatives.” The fermentation technology produces a highly pure compound with significant anti-microbial effects and preservative functionalities. It is stable in various pH conditions, colorless with a slightly sweet taste, and water soluble. The company says the compound will be ready for commercial scale production in 2019, with regulatory approvals “on the way.”[Image Credit: © Conagen-Inc.com]
"Next Generation, Non-GMO Natural Preservatives Developed By Conagen", PR Newswire, October 03, 2018, © PR Newswire Association LLC.
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