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
Innovation in Fresh Food Safety – Reveam and ECP™ E-Beam Technology
Reveam’s ECP™ E-Beam technology safely and effectively eliminates pest and pathogens in fresh produce without the need for toxic chemicals, creating a safer, healthier food supply and addressing some of the most critical issues facing the food sector today.Read More
Reveam Partners with Georgia Tech to Develop Advanced Accelerator Research and Innovation Center with Support from U.S. National Labs
Reveam and the Georgia Institute of Technology have partnered to develop a multidisciplinary accelerator-based center of excellence for advanced electron beam (E-beam) and X-ray research to promote innovative and sustainable solutions for critical issues facing the food sector and beyond.Read More
Reveam Meets with California Growers to Discuss ECP™ Solutions for Food Safety & Quality Concerns, as Part of Western Growers AgTechX Food Safety Cohort
As members of Western Growers (WG) AgTechX Food Safety Cohort, Reveam was invited to California to meet with growers to discuss food safety & quality concerns, and how ECP™ may help solve critical issues facing the industry.Read More
Reveam Co-Founder Chip Starns Invited as Guest Speaker for National Plant Board Southern Division Annual Meeting
Reveam was invited by NPB Southern Division to learn about plant and pest problems facing fresh produce and highlight Electronic Cold-Pasteurization™ technology as an alternative solution to toxic chemical treatments used today.Read More
Reveam To Join Produce Industry at TIPA’s Viva Fresh Expo
As a long-standing member of TIPA, recipient of the inaugural “Best in Show – Most Innovative Food Safety Solution” award for our ECP™ technology and frequent attendee of the Viva Fresh Expo, Reveam appreciates TIPA’s focus on highlighting the best opportunities and interests for both Texas-grown and imported produce.Read More
SENASICA Visits Rio Grande Valley Center
Reveam Hosts Delegates from SENASICA to Tour Reveam’s USDA-Certified Treatment Facility and Discuss the Benefits of ECP Technology for Fresh Produce Imports and ExportsRead More
Scantech Sciences Receives USDA Certification for Commercial Operations, Unveils New Reveam Name and Brand
The Company’s USDA Certification and New Brand Identity Signals the Transition from Pioneers in Developing Patented E-Beam Electronic Cold-Pasteurization™ (ECP™) Technology to Full Commercial Operations.Read More
Scantech Sciences Invited to Join AgTechX Food Safety Cohort as Part of Western Growers Center for Innovation and Technology
Western Growers Establishes the Food Safety Cohort to Quickly Develop Cutting-Edge Prevention and Diagnostic Technologies to address challenges facing the…Read More
ScanTech Sciences appoints new CTO/SVP of Engineering
ScanTech Sciences’ announced today that Jeff Pelletier will serve as Chief Technology Officer/SVP of Engineering, reporting to Chief Executive Officer, Dwayne House.Read More
Jefferson Lab highlights ScanTech partnership
ScanTech Sciences’ Co-founder and Executive Vice President, Chip Starns, recently spoke at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility as part of their Inventor’s Academy series.Read More
Covid and Food Safety VIRTUAL TOWN HALL
As the food industry continues to react in the wake of COVID-19, major U.S. produce associations have kept the industry and public aware of the status, safety and regulatory requirements of produce production.Read More
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