- Nanobubble Technology
Gilbert Orchards in Yakima, Washington washes their apple crop in a flume.
The traditional apple-washing process involves using large amounts of water to remove dirt, debris, and pesticides from the apples before packing. This process, while effective, is water-intensive and can lead to product shrinkage from bruising and abrasion during washing. Additionally, suspended solids in the water can affect water clarity, which is crucial for accurate product quality and food safety assessment.
Gilbert Orchards implemented Moleaer's nanobubble technology to improve water quality and clarity and help conserve water. Download the case study to get the results.
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