Posts Tagged ‘Plants for Human Health’

Reaping a healthy harvest

Mary Ann Lila

Nearly 8,000 miles, an ocean and seven time zones separate the small town of Kannapolis, N.C. from the heartland of southern Africa. Food scientist Mary Ann Lila knows the distance all too well. She’s visited 17 African countries in the past eight years.

N.C. State’s ‘Pack ‘N Cool’ provides farmers with mobile refrigeration solution

Picture of Dr. Penelope Perkins-Veazie and the Pack 'N Cool trailer.

N.C. State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) has developed a new mobile cooling unit for farmers. The five-by-eight-feet refrigerated trailer – called the “Pack ‘N Cool” – is designed to keep fruits and vegetables at ideal temperatures during transport to and from farmers markets or as they’re harvested in farm fields.

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