NuWave Foods assessing technology to develop shelf-stable baked goods
By Food in CanadaFood In Canada Business Operations Processing Bake & Snack Food
May 15, 2020, Vancouver, B.C. – EnWave Corporation has signed a technology evaluation and licence option agreement with Canadian food company NuWave Foods Inc. to evaluate the potential commercial use of the company’s Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV™) dehydration technology.
NuWave operates a fully licensed commercial kitchen and bakery operation in Edmonton, Alta., and is focused on the development of new and innovative shelf-stable donut and fritter products.
During the term of the agreement, NuWave will rent a 10-kilowatt REV™ machine for intensive product development at its facility. NuWave has been granted an exclusive option to license REV™ technology in Canada and the U.S. for shelf-stable donut and fritter products.
If commercially viable products are developed under the agreement, NuWave will potentially purchase REV™ machinery to start commercial production at its facility in Edmonton.
EnWave’s proprietary dehydration technology has broad applications in the processing of innovative food products. REV™ technology enables baked goods processors to produce shelf-stable baked goods without using added preservatives, eliminating cold storage and elongating product life.
EnWave, a Vancouver-based company, holds a robust intellectual property portfolio spanning numerous international markets and has licensed REV™ technology to more than 30 food companies in more than 16 countries worldwide.
NuWave is a fully licensed commercial kitchen and baked goods manufacturer and is focused on the development and commercialization of shelf-stable baked products, without the use of any preservatives.
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