The venture will concentrate on utilization of the Hazel to get Melon packaging technologies, a US Department of Agriculture-funded technologies that works by lessening the respiration rate of melons after harvest, leading to an extended shelf-life.
According to the category, the tech is created for the new melon distribution chain, using one Hazel sachet put in every box through the packaging procedure, shielding melon caliber through transit in the farm to retail shelves and finally, into the end-user.
“In our testing, we discovered the Hazel to get melon technology led to a 45 per cent more shelf life together with all our honeydew melons and a significantly enhanced eating encounter 21 days following crop,” explained Luis Caballero, one of the managing associates in Grower Alliance.
Caballero and Jorge Quintero Jr began Grower Alliance in 2007 and Jorge Quintero Sras well as the company has grown to provide over 100 merchants and vendors and is among the biggest Mexican honeydew melon importers in the USA.
“Melons were among the very first plants we saw a massive possibility into Hazel’s technology, and they’re still a significant focus area for us,” said Aidan Mouat, CEO in Hazel Technologies. “We’re delighted to continue that venture together with Jorge Jr, Jorge Sr, Luis, and also the Grower Alliance staff and help them continue to give the maximum quality melons to consumers and retailers alike.”