Vidre+ significantly improves value at each link of the food value chain

Written by Krzysztof Czaplicki
#Blog | 27 September 2022

Food tech is reshaping food markets. At times of inflation pressure, disruption of food supply chains caused by the war in Ukraine, and the pandemic, food businesses turn to new technologies. Food tech is also an answer when we ask how to tackle such global problems as food waste, greenhouse gas emissions, and climate change.

According to Deloitte's report "Food value chain. A challenge for the next century", "the food value chain is the network of stakeholders involved in growing, processing, and selling the food that consumers eat — from farm to table." As it forms a network, it is not enough to act within one field while ignoring others. That is why food technologies should be referred to as all the links of the value supply chain. 

Our innovative Vidre+ technology is a game-changer as it preserves freshness and produce quality at each link of the fresh produce value chain. It can also remarkably mitigate supply chain deficiencies in the long run. Vidre+, a simple-to-use technology, offers solutions for each step of the post-harvest supply chain.

Food value chain

Facilitated postharvest handling