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$400bn worth of harvested agricultural produce is lost in the food supply chain from the farmer to consumer

Food Waste
One of world’s
biggest challenges

More than 30% of the food produced globally is wasted with an estimation of around 1.5M tonnes, valued more than 1 trillion $ annually. $400bn worth of harvested agricultural produce is lost in the food supply chain from the farmer to consumer, mainly due to decay.

Most of that food distribution involves using cold supply chain infrastructure, cooling rooms in packaging plants and warehouses, refrigerated trucks and containers. The low temperatures can slow the development of molds, bacteria, fungi, and pathogen that cause products’ deterioration. This it is not 100% effective and the use of chemicals is prohibited whilst other natural solutions are still not effective enough.


Microbiome’s 100% natural probiotic technology works on a microscopic level, repetitively releasing millions of micron sized colonies that consume the nourishment and space that bacteria thrive on, thus inhibiting pathogenic survival and providing consistent protection from mold, fungi, and pathogenic bacteria over long periods of time without diminishing efficacy.

Treatment with Microbiome reduces waste by 10% - 40% and prolonges the shelf life dramatically for Avocados, Pears, Persimmons, Cherries, Oranges and more. It is also found to be effective on reducing the damage caused by pathogens such as Salmonella, Listeria, E. coli, Botrytis, Aspergillus, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Cladosporium Penicillium, Lasiodiplodia, Colletotrichum, Alternaria and others.


Market Potential

The potential customers for Microbiome include: farmers, importers/exporters, packaging warehouses, logistic and cargo companies, supermarkets and cold storage suppliers.

The fresh produce market generated $94.02 billion in 2018 with a projected CAGR of 12.2% by 2023.

The U.S. cold storage market was valued at $33B in 2021 and is estimated to rise by 9.2% by 2033.*

*Grand View Research 2021

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