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Farther Farms process foods using carbon dioxide instead of traditional techniques like steam or hot

FartherFarmsdevelopeditstechnologyatCornellUniversity, a leadingfoodscienceinstitution, and thecompanyhasbenefittedforinvestoraswellasexpertsinagriculture, engineering. and foodprocessing. Withgrowinginterestfromstakeholders, thepotentialtobringresilient and sustainablefoodsystemstoscaleislimitless.

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Today, Our world spent to much on expansive and inefficient on a temperature controlled supply chain .It keeps foods refrigerated or frozen from production, to storage, to distribution always use with frozen food.Around 40 percent of food need to keep in cold temperature and of course it affect to to world emission.

The first product of Farther farm seems like a simple and classic “French Fry”At Farther Farms’ facility, many of the work areas look like a traditional french fry factory. It’s much smaller, given the company’s current scale, but the processes are basically the same.Annunziata Technology and Saran Farther Farms are the only food companies that currently use supercritical CO2 in food preservation. Critical carbon dioxide has many benefits today. including electricity generation Dyeing fabrics without water Disinfection in a biomedical context and decaffeinated coffee

Farther Farms process foods using carbon dioxide instead of traditional techniques like steam or hot water. This allows us to create products with novel attributes that never need to be frozen. Our high-quality, shelf-stable foods reduce reliance on cold storage infrastructure, expanding food accessibility, and improving long-term supply chain sustainability At a temperature and pressure above its critical point, where distinct liquid and gas phases do not exist, but below the pressure required to compress it into a solid. It can effuse through porous solids like a gas, overcoming the mass transfer limitations that slow liquid transport through such materials. SCF are much superior to gasses in their ability to dissolve materials like liquids or solids. In addition, close to the critical point, small changes in pressure or temperature result in large changes in density, allowing many properties of a supercritical fluid to be "fine-tuned".


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