Hawaiʻi Agricultural Foundation
Bid It To Win for Ag Education
Mika the Sous Chef Collection
Localicious Hawai‘i Art and Poetry Calendar Contest
K-12 Ag Education
EAT THINK DRINK – Episode 14
HPP – also known as high pressure pascalization or cold pasteurization, is a non-thermal food and beverage preservation method that guarantees food safety and achieves an increased shelf life, while maintaining the optimum attributes of fresh products.
Although U.S. food and beverage manufacturers have had HPP technology commercially available for more than 20 years, it is currently not yet available in Hawai‘i. For this special event, keynote speaker Jorge Coll, Business Development executive from Hiperbaric presented on HPP and the versatility of the technology.
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HAF Ag Park at Kunia
The HAF Ag Park at Kunia was established in July 2011 through a partnership between the Hawaiʻi Agricultural Foundation (HAF), Island Palm Communities (IPC) and Bayer U.S. The partnership made available land, infrastructure and technical assistance to help farmers gain economic self-sufficiency, scale and access to markets throughout Hawaiʻi.
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