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EnWave signs technology evaluation and license option agreement with Moleciwl Cyf

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(Globe Newswire) Vancouver — EnWave Corporation has signed a Technology Evaluation and License Option Agreement with Moleciwl Cyf, a Welsh toll-manufacturing start-up that will provide value-added processing and drying services to fruit and vegetable growers across the United Kingdom.

During the term of the agreement, Moleciwl Cyf will lease a pilot-scale vacuum-microwave machine to facilitate in-house product development, and market-testing for domestically-grown dried fruit and vegetable products destined for snack and ingredient applications. If the technology evaluation is successful, the agreement provides Moleciwl Cyf with the right to license EnWave’s Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) technology, the company’s proprietary vacuum-microwave platform, to process fruit and vegetable products in Wales.

EnWave has licensed its technology to more than 50 companies globally, with many licensed partners successfully using REV drying machinery to produce high-quality fruit and vegetable products. REV technology enables controlled, homogeneous, low-temperature removal of moisture from food materials, allowing for high retention of nutrients, natural flavor, bright color and the creation of unique textures.

About Moleciwl Cyf

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Moleciwl Cyf is a Welsh start-up focused on producing dried fruit and vegetable snacks and ingredients sourced from the United Kingdom region. The primary business model is to offer contract drying service for the many growers in the region that are seeking value-added formats for marketing their produce. The company has a distinct focus on upcycling produce into value-added ingredients with a mission to reduce food waste in the region. Moleciwl Cyf is working closely with the Welsh government to support various government initiatives surrounding the country’s agrifood industry, including food waste reduction, food security, upcycling, and job creation.

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