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India Masters Solar Food Dehydration, Reduces Food Waste

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S4S, or Science 4 Society, sets up the machines in rural villages and teaches women how to use them. So, it gives rural Indian women a purpose and offers financial independence, transforming their lives.

ADVERTISEMENT Produce tomatoes, onions, ginger, garlic, coconut, chilies, and corn go through the solar food dehydration process.

Then, they’re turned into dried fruits and vegetables and sold to over 1,100 food and beverage industries worldwide. The solar food dehydrators preserve 20-50% more nutrients than other techniques and cut carbon emissions from refrigeration and food waste.The company states that they’ve prevented 350,000 metric tons of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.

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