New GRAS Repellent Techology from Israel


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The latest issue of 21st Century Israel contains an article about a company called BioPack, which is developing a method of using natural repellents in the packaging of food products. This product is not a pesticide and so is not seen to create resistance over time.
Here is an image demonstrating insect avoidance of this natural chemistry.

It’s worth reviewing the BioPack website for a better understanding of how GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) products can be used in new and inventive ways to protect our food supply.

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5 Responses to New GRAS Repellent Techology from Israel

  1. very interesting indeed! This will help us preserve our food from pests. Interesting innovation indeed!

  2. That’s a very nice idea.. Actually, many companies nowadays are producing organic pest control products to stop the spread of this stinky pests..

  3. Gerry says:

    Thanks for sharing and making us aware of your offerings in the organic arana.

  4. Robert Cody says:

    How extraordinary! Global hunger is a major cancer on our fragile planet. I sure hope that there will be broad applications for this method of saving food. We may even be able to help people who live in remote corners of the world, and may not have the means to attain food. Fantastic article- thank you so much for sharing.

  5. Gerry says:

    Thank you for reading People and Pest Control. I hope you return again and share more of your thoughts.

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