With zero-energy storage facilities, post-harvest losses are set to drop

High losses incurred by horticulture farmers are set to reduce thanks to a new cost effective technology for cooling and storing produce.

The technology, dubbed Zero-energy Cool Chamber (ZECC), is seen as a timely boost to horticulture farmers who have been losing up to 40 per cent of their produce through post-harvest handling. Vegetables and fruits stored in ZECC can spend up to three months with their freshness.

Full story: The New Times

 


 

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