March 24, 2023

Reveam has expanded its operation to accept additional fresh fruits and vegetables for treatment at our USDA-certified Electronic-Cold Pasteurization™ (ECP™) center in McAllen, TX.

Located in the Texas Rio Grande Valley (RGV), Reveam’s RGV ECP™ Center allows fresh produce to efficiently travel from farm to border, avoiding costly and time-consuming detours – all while maintaining the integrity of the cold chain.

ECP™ ensures safety and quality by treating fruits and vegetables for pests and pathogens with high throughput and efficiency – all while the fruits and vegetables remain in their final packaging or original boxes.

The USDA-approved phytosanitary control system sterilizes and eliminates unwanted pests to help bring higher-quality, safer products to market, faster.

The ECP™ treatment also reduces molds and microorganisms in order to extend the shelf-life of fresh produce without impacting its taste or appearance, helping users extend their distribution, market reach and competitive advantage while enabling consumers to enjoy the peak of freshness and flavor.

Contact Reveam today to discuss treatment options for fresh-cut packaged fruit, mangoes, peppers, berries, tomatoes, limes, pomegranates, papayas, figs and more.

Reach Reveam at sales@reveam.com to learn more.

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