Lytone Enterprise, Inc., New Taipei City, Taiwan, has announced its products AnsiP-S and AnsiP-Sticker, formulated with 1-MCP technology, have recently been accepted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for food package use. It’s a milestone for Lytone as the company is dedicated to expanding sales in the U.S. and looking for new partners in 2021. “Compared with other 1-MCP products, the slow-release design of 1-MCP from AnsiP-S and AnsiP-Sticker will bring new experience to our clients. “The design was originally developed based on our clients’ feedback, now it will solve the problem that most of the users are facing on 1-MCP application,” said Dr. William T.H. Chang, Lytone Enterprise, Inc., founder and chairman for over 25 years.

Lytone is also one of the leading suppliers of postharvest solution to over 85% of the flower industry in Taiwan, Vietnam and other regional countries. 

In addition, AnsiP-S and AnsiP-Sticker are also granted patents in Mexico, India, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and China. “We value the strength of our intellectual property and are committed to protecting our patent portfolios. It all aims to provide high-quality products and services to our clients, especially as for now many similar but incompletely-functioning products are present in the market,” said Dr. Chang.

AnsiP® has been in service for suppliers exporting mangoes to Japanese market every year.

Lytone Enterprise, Inc. has developed various agricultural solutions for more than 25 years. The company proudly supports growers, packers, and retailers by providing post-harvest solutions at different stages of the supply chain from farm to market. Individual products with brand names such as AnsiP, KaDoZan, Natacoat, and Chitamin, etc., are all elaborated by Lytone and under intense use in Taiwan, where its headquarters is located, as well as in China and Southeast Asia. A large database has been established to recommend to customers both big and small, tailoring to their individual needs without any major investments for a better and more efficient supply chain.

AnsiP® is applied for vegetables such as bitter gourd (2a) or Chinese kale for long-distance transportation.

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