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Sutimco in talks to acquire technology to limit food borne outbreaks

FBR Staff Writer Published 26 October 2012

Sutimco International, a US-based business development enterprise, is in talks to acquire a technology which limits the risks of food borne outbreaks from contaminated fresh produce. The technology has been developed by the University of California.

The new technology is designed to limit the risks from multiple food borne outbreaks of Salmonella and E.Coli which can occur from contaminated fresh produce.

Sutimco International president Fred Rogers said that the technology, with limited investment and expense, can make it to market and provide a rapid return for the shareholders.

Sutimco International, headquartered in California, is a multi-project business development enterprise that creates new technology companies from patented university innovation.