IFC International has been a leader in stocking and distribution of imported fruits for over a decade. We are committed in providing our customers with the highest quality of fruits.
Noticing the problem of damage caused due to ethylene emission, mold & fungi we
were searching for a solution only to find it in Airocide an “Enconditioning” System
developed by NASA.
This system has made a tremendous improvement in the quality and the shelf life of fruits.
After using it since March 2009, I am extremely pleased with the results. AiroCide is highly effective in ethylene disintegration and microbial control and has substantially extended the shelf life of all fruits. They now look and taste fresher than ever.
As a service provider of cold storages, I am now able to store apples, pears, grapes and kiwis together besides a drastic reduction in wastage leading to higher profits.
We also got this machine installed at home for my uncle’s bedroom after he had a Kidney transplant. By Gods grace he had no post operative infections and is having a speedy recovery.
I am thoroughly convinced with this unique technology and would recommend all cold storage service providers to implement Airocide Enconditioning System in their storages.
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