Janny MT, the French specialist in flexible controlled atmosphere will once again be present in Berlin for Fruit Logistica, to promote the interests of its storage modules for growers and other professionals of the fresh fruit and vegetable sector.
With an efficiency already proven for a range of 10 fruits, 18 vegetables, but also for cut flowers and mushrooms, Janny MT's storage technology remains the reference for obtaining in a natural way (without additional power consumption or gas injection) an extension of the shelf life and a maintenance of freshness and weight throughout the storage period.
Simple and easy to use, and adapted to the storage of organic products, these mini CA containers allow producers to smooth out their production peaks and reduce their field losses, and to make 1st quality products available longer for local, national or international markets.
The seal of excellence received by the company in 2019 from the European Commission explicitly testifies to the great relevance of these controlled atmosphere modules in meeting the challenges of availability and reducing food waste.
Germany & Austria, major interests in developing conservation
In addition to continuing to expand, through numerous trials, the range of products for which the technology can be used, one of the important developments for the company in 2020 is the addition of Kai Heusler to the team.
Born of German parents and therefore fluent in the language of Goethe, he joined Janny MT at the end of 2019 with the aim of developing modular conservation in German-speaking Europe. Given the characteristics of fruit and vegetable production in Germany and Austria, there is a good chance that there will be no lack of activity: "Between the development of short marketing channels and the continuous rise in organic production, modular storage has obvious advantages to offer to support producers," notes Heusler.
"And with high production levels of asparagus and berries, among others, the industries looking for sustainable solutions to increase their productivity and flexibility are already well established and ready to move forward. Vegetable sectors, less used to CA storage than their fruit counterparts, have a real interest in integrating solutions like ours to develop their business.”
Kai Heusler therefore invites German-speaking growers and professionals in Hall 21, stand C-01, to take advantage of Fruit Logistica to advance their conservation projects.