Massey University hopes novel tech will put it on the MAPs (or MATs)

Staff Reporter
Food Quality News

Massey University is mulling the creation of a centre based around a novel food processing technology.

The university in New Zealand hosted 915 Labs, which has commercialised the product and holds the exclusive worldwide license, at a workshop last week.

They were joined by food company representatives, researchers, scientists and government.

Massey University said any centre at the FoodPilot in Palmerston North would be supported by a team providing technology, process engineering and regulatory expertise and would do development and validation projects on behalf of the international food industry.

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