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Food processing

In times of economic instability, the food industry faces many challenges in order to ensure the safety of its brand. Through commercializing new products, food companies must be consistently innovative, as well as able to deliver high levels of quality at affordable prices.

While there are many factors such as price, aesthetic appeal and hygiene that drive consumer purchasing behavior, quality remains the primary reason why customers remain loyal to a brand. The paradox is that in most cases it only takes one incident of inferior quality for the consumer to look for another brand.


Why poor quality?

The main factor contributing to poor quality is spoilage and the inevitable presence of microorganisms in the processing environment. While most processing plants have adopted strategies to address contamination, these primarily chemical interventions are not without limitations.


Peach fruits treated with anolyte (sprayed) after three days of storage


Raw peach fruit after three days storage

As a general rule, chemicals are not allowed to come into direct contact with food and ingredients due to their hazardous nature and the potential for residues in food that may affect taste. Not only are chemicals dangerous in food environments, but in some cases they have been shown to be increasingly ineffective in controlling microbial contaminants. Ongoing studies have shown that different bacteria react differently to different disinfectants. Microorganisms continue to develop resistance to commonly used food disinfectants, such as many antibiotics in medical applications. While a variety of chemical regimes may currently be the norm, this is set to change as the food industry is exposed to alternative technologies.

What is the solution?

TheElectrolyzed Waterknown asanolyteis a technology that creates a relatively stable(up to 18 months)and increased microelectric charge in water. As with all other living organisms. Microbes require energy to survive, and anolyte solutions destabilize the immediate energy environment in which microbes can live, thereby eliminating them. In addition, microorganisms have been shown to be unable to develop a tolerance to this cargo-based technology. THEEnvirolyte Industries International Ltd. is able to offer a proven natural sanitation and detergent solution to the food and beverage processor without any compromise on product quality, safety, facilities and personnel. Anolyte eliminates harmful microorganisms and has been shown to be effective in extending the shelf life of foods.


Envirolyte Anolyte generators installed in different food processing facilities in France, Taiwan and Vietnam

Envirolyte anolyte generators at a seafood processing plant in Vietnam

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Envirolyte ELA-10000 anolyte generator in a slaughterhouse in Spain

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