15 Labs has collaborated with professional chef and culinary expert Michael Kuefner from Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food, a division of NorthWest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville, Arkansas, to develop signature dishes using 915 Labs advanced food preservation system.
In an interview with Cheddar, COO Matt Raider discusses how 915 Labs developed new technology that changes the way food is processed.
A seismic shift in consumer attitudes toward food and beverages is happening. No longer are food and drink judged on taste alone; instead, people want to know how nutritious they are, how they are going to make them feel and what ingredients they contain.
915 Labs, which offers a new, healthier way to process and package food, announced today that it has taken significant steps toward the company’s goal of improving the way food is processed and distributed around the globe.
Moses A. Mogana has joined 915 Labs as Director of Process Innovation, expanding the company’s technical expertise in next generation food processing technology.
INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS
Food retailers, manufacturers, and producers are enacting clean label guidelines. The term “clean label” is not uniformly defined, but it usually implies that there are no added artificial preservatives, flavors, colors, binding agents, and often, other specific ingredients.
The Australian government has announced a $7.2 million investment into improving food processing technology using the microwave processing systems sold by 915 Labs, beginning with a pilot-scale plant to be placed in the Defence Food and Nutrition Centre in Scottsdale, Tasmania.
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.
SCOOP INDEPENDENT NEWS
Massey University researchers are investigating whether establishing an Innovation Centre focused on a novel food processing technology could transform New Zealand’s food industry.
Outsourcing some product development and R&D projects offers added flexibility, saves time and money and frees processors to work on other important tasks.
Marcia Walker, Ph.D., an innovative food professional with extensive product development experience, has joined 915 Labs as Director of Food Innovation.
Today's canning equipment is designed to get thermal products just right.
Anthony R. Knoerzer, a senior food R&D executive and innovator, has joined 915 Labs as Vice President for Customer Success.
Lora N. Spizzirri, a research and development executive with significant experience in the food and beverage industry, has joined 915 Labs as Vice President for Packaging Solutions.
THE CITY WIRE
Denver-based startup Solve For Food plans to raise $6 million among Arkansas investors to construct a food innovation center that uses 915 Labs’ patented technology to help food companies reduce salt and additives required by standard food processing.
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
Consumer demand for safe, high quality, additive-free packaged foods is on the rise. Washington State University is advancing toward meeting this demand thanks to two recent investments in innovative food processing technology based on microwave energy.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE MINISTERS
Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, today announced the Government will invest $7.2 million in an innovative new food processing technology which will be used to produce high-quality combat rations.
HUNGER FREE COLORADO
Hunger Free Colorado, the state’s leading anti-hunger organization, is honored to announce the addition of five new members to their board of directors. The newly-appointed members assist in both policy and overall strategy development for the organization.
REFRIGERATED & FROZEN FOOD
David Behringer, an award-winning food innovator, research and development executive and certified professional chef, joined as chief technology officer, responsible for technology development, product applications, engineering and the company's packaging program.
WHOLE FOODS MAGAZINE
Canned and jarred goods might be a staple in our pantries and lives now, but emerging technology may soon alter the way we preserve our food. The technology in question is Microwave Assisted Thermal Sterilization (MATS) from 915 Labs, a new approach to shelf-stable food which is clean-eating friendly.