Upstart Hazel finds cachet for innovative sachets that extend produce shelf life

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Hazel's small packages release natural chemicals to slow the ripening process of many fruits / Credit: Hazel
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Hazel's small packages release natural chemicals to slow the ripening process of many fruits / Credit: Hazel

US start-up reveals how its packaging innovations are helping to curb food waste

In 2017, Hazel Technologies was a plucky young startup with enough scientific success to raise $800,000 in seed funding and score a $600,000 development grant from the US Department of Agriculture. In...

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