The results of trials conducted by Fresh Inset led in Poland, by Dorota Wichrowska, Ph.D., from the University of Science and Technology in Bydgoszcz on blueberries after using Vidre+™ technology indicated a slower ripening effect. Treated blueberries kept very good eating quality and firmness for the full 49 days of the test. Trials results have been covered by the media around the world and translated into several languages. Here are some examples:
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In this article Chief Technology Officer, Tim Malefyt says that - The active ingredient of Vidre+™ stickers (1-MCP) is not a fungicide and therefore does not directly affect grey mould (Botrytis cinerea). Vidre+™ protects fruit firmness and quality and as a result, researchers have observed reduced grey mould growth on berries protected by Vidre+™.
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Fresh Inset have been carrying out of avocado research program in Peru since 2021, in coordination with 3 companies, positioned in the TOP 10 exporters and a Postharvest Laboratory of the Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina. Research results showed the positive impact of our Vidre+™ in combating avocado aging. This news did not go unnoticed by one of the most renowned Peruvian agriculture trade magazine Redagricola. It is a significant news for Peru avocado exporters. Peru stands as one of global leaders in avocado exports and soon will have the opportunity to employ the Fresh Inset technology reducing costs for nearby shipments and opening new markets for export.
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