Hiperbaric first insights on the validation of HPP coconut water

Hiperbaric attends the first Cold Pressure Council Annual Conference, held in Chicago last June, and presents revealing results that contribute to the validation of HPP coconut water. These results, pertaining to studies carried out by Mario González-Angulo, affirm the absence of growth of C. botulinum in coconut water, even when the pH is higher than 4.6.

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Hiperbaric participates in the Cold Pressure Council (CPC) Annual Conference

The first Annual Conference of the Cold Pressure Council came to an end, meeting high expectations of High Pressure Processing (HPP) enthusiasts from all over the world. Around 150 attendees from more than 75 companies, research groups and regulatory entities joined this event to discuss about HPP best practices, market trends and food safety subjects Continue reading

Back to school with HPP: understanding how cold pressure keeps your food safe and free of spoilage microorganisms

Welcome to the first series of Back to school with HPP by Hiperbaric. In these blog series we show all the basics about High Pressure Processing technology, the science, physics and how the microbial cells and spores are affected. Continue reading

Cold Pressure Council Annual Conference – June 18-20, 2018

Registration is now open for the Cold Pressure Council annual event, that will feature High Pressure Processing (HPP) best practices, market trends and tips for packaging HPP products. Practical and valuable insights will be shared by leading food & beverage processors and HPP industry suppliers. The event will take place on June 18th – 20th of 2018 at the Westin Chicago Northwest. Continue reading

High Pressure Certified Seal Debut’s in 2018

High Pressure Processing (HPP) has come a long way since its beginnings as a shelf-life solution for refrigerated dips, spreads, deli meats and cold beverages. Now, there is a projected $10 billion market on the horizon with a growing capability that will bring new products and trends for the technology in the next upcoming years.

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