Swedish food tech company Micvac will be showcasing its new method for producing and packaging chilled ready meals at the CFIA at Rennes, France.
Visitors can not only witness Micvac’s method, but also taste the ready meals that it produces.
The Micvac method uses an in-pack cooking and pasteurization in one continuous process housed in a microwave production tunnel.
This process lets food manufacturers to offer high-quality ready meals that are fresh, healthy and are full of flavour.
Micvac claims that the benefits of the process add extended shelf life to ready meals, without the need for additives, as well as cutting down waste in the food chain.
The Micvac stand at CFIA will focus on the product development process.
Micvac France country manager Christian Benedict said: “CFIA provides an ideal opportunity to demonstrate the Micvac method – this includes our production process and intelligent packaging concepts.”
“Our team of specialists is eager to answer all your questions. Come and speak to us and, of course, we look forward to sharing with you the delicious meals created by our unique method.”
Recently, the company created a new position Country Manager Germany to strengthen and expand its European operations. It has appointed Guido Kassel, who has more than 30 years of industry experience in mechanical engineering and sales and distribution.
Kassel will lead sales of the newly developed chilled ready meals method across Europe.
Image: Micvac to demonstrate newly developed method for producing and packaging chilled ready meals. Photo: Courtesy of Micvac AB.