915 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, to develop signature dishes using 915 Labs advanced food preservation system.
Chef Michael, lead culinary arts instructor at the Brightwater culinary arts program, partnered with Marcia Walker, director of food innovation at 915 Labs, to create clean label dishes for processing with microwave assisted thermal sterilization -- or MATS -- including a gourmet macaroni and cheese, Hungarian goulash and a Thai coconut soup.
MATS replaces conventional thermal processing -- or retort -- with a healthier way of preserving food for the shelf. The FDA-accepted MATS produces packaged foods that are closer to fresh in taste, texture and nutrient profile than anything commercially available today.
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