Food Safety and Waste
Every year, an estimated 600 million people – almost 1 in 10 people in the world – fall ill after eating contaminated food. Contaminated products become the burden of retailers and food service providers, who must bear the expense and brand liability associated with recalls and lawsuits. The Food Safety Modernization Act only increases liabilities associated with pathogen outbreaks.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that approximately one-third of all food produced in the world is lost or wasted each year due to pests, insects, bacteria and fungi. These losses are a result of ineffective food treatment methods and inefficiencies in the food supply chain. Current post-harvest treatment methods such as chemical fumigation and hot water treatment take hours to treat a truckload, while also warming produce to undesirable temperatures. These inferior treatment methods cause vast quantities of safe food to spoil, creating billions of dollars in unrecoverable costs due to product shrink.
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Additional Food Applications
Beyond fresh produce, Reveam also treats a variety of additional food products, such as spices, nuts, proteins, manufactured foods and pet treats.
Beyond Food Safety
While food safety is at the heart of the work that Reveam does, our technology has been successfully applied to a variety of other sectors. Medical tools and devices, for example, can be easily treated with our ECP® system to eliminate pathogens and promote a sterile environment.
Innovating a Safer, Better World, Today and Tomorrow
Reveam at the IFPA Global Produce & Floral Show
Reveam is once again looking forward to the upcoming Global Produce & Floral Show, sponsored by the International Fresh Produce…Read More
A Preview of the International Food Ionizing Processing Symposium
In the ever-evolving landscape of food safety technology, the International Food Ionizing Processing Symposium (IFIS) stands out as an essential…Read More
Reveam Co-founder Chip Starns Showcases Innovative ECP™ Technology As Methyl Bromide Alternative at the National Plant Board 97th Annual Meeting
Reveam was honored to be a featured presenter at the National Plant Board’s 97th Annual Meeting to showcase Electronic Cold-Pasteurization™…Read More
Reveam Attends the Center For Produce Safety Annual Research Symposium
Reveam attended the Center for Produce Safety’s (CPS) 14th annual Research Symposium on June 20-21 in Atlanta, Georgia. This event…Read More
Jeff Pelletier Transitions to Chief Executive Officer for Reveam
New leader will leverage 25+ years of executive leadership to scale Reveam to its next stage of growth and full…Read More
Expanding Market Access for Peruvian (and Other) Pomegranates
Reveam’s Electronic Cold-Pasteurization™ (ECP™) technology has been approved by the USDA as a phytosanitary treatment solution for Peruvian pomegranates. (McAllen,…Read More
Foodborne Illness From Produce: a Worrisome Trend
Foodborne illness is any type of illness generated from food we consume that contains unwanted bacteria, viruses or other pests…Read More
Reveam Looks Forward to TIPA’s Viva Fresh Expo
Each year Reveam meets with many of our most important growers, shippers and distributors at the Viva Fresh Expo at…Read More
Reveam Extends Innovative ECP™ Treatment for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Reveam has expanded its operation to accept additional fresh fruits and vegetables for treatment at our USDA-certified Electronic-Cold Pasteurization™ (ECP™)…Read More
Reveam Co-Founder Chip Starns Chosen for Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Tyler Harper’s Transition Leadership Committee
Reveam congratulates our Co-Founder and Executive Vice President Chip Starns for being selected by Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Tyler Harper to…Read More
What We’re Looking Forward to in 2023
2022 was a year of significant food supply disruption caused by a number of unforeseen variables. So what can we…Read More
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