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November 7, 2014

A British family office has invested venture capital in a food packaging technology that extends the shelf life of foodstuffs such as fish, allowing them to be shipped rather than air freighted.

A British family office has invested venture capital in a food packaging technology that extends the shelf life of foodstuffs such as fish, allowing them to be shipped rather than air freighted.

With the $12.6 million investment, led by Wheatsheaf Investments, BluWrap will increase the varieties of meat the technology can be applied to, including pork.

May 1, 2006

Founded in 1947 with the $15,000 George had received from his first patent, the business had, by 2001, changed an entire farming industry. Located in a small rural American mid-western town, the company was a local showcase and object of pride.

Founded in 1947 with the $15,000 George had received from his first patent, the business had, by 2001, changed an entire farming industry. Located in a small rural American mid-western town, the company was a local showcase and object of pride.

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