Freppe is a shelf life extension product that elongates the life of agri products, keeping them fresh for a long time. Generally, Freppe is utilized by a huge number of exporters and importers across the globe for saving agri products from over ripening.
Recently Bee Chems introduced Banana Freppe for saving bananas from over ripening during export. Freppe has the capability to remove unwanted respiratory gases through the oxidation process and thus ensures that the bananas are free from over ripening, rotting and ageing.
Those planning to send bananas to their loved ones living abroad can count on them for their varied needs.
Exporters and Fresh Produce Cold Chain management companies interested in availing Freppe can contact them for their requirements by filling a simple form present on their official website, www.beechems.com.
One of their representatives talked more about Freppe in detail, “We can fine tune the technology in different qualities and combinations to suit individual needs.
The use of Freppe! Protection products during postharvest handling of fruit and vegetables during storage and ripening, and during shipment by truck or sea container can effectively reduce gas concentrations and maintain product quality and shelf-life.”
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