RF Biocidics President and CEO Craig Powell stands next to an Apex sterilization machine used to eliminate pathogens, pests and fungi from nuts, seeds and grain at his company’s plant in North Natomas. RF Biocidics’s technology, which kills potential food hazards without the use of chemicals, was developed at the University of California, Davis.
RF Biocidics President and CEO Craig Powell stands next to an Apex sterilization machine used to eliminate pathogens, pests and fungi from nuts, seeds and grain at his company’s plant in North Natomas. RF Biocidics’s technology, which kills potential food hazards without the use of chemicals, was developed at the University of California, Davis. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
RF Biocidics President and CEO Craig Powell stands next to an Apex sterilization machine used to eliminate pathogens, pests and fungi from nuts, seeds and grain at his company’s plant in North Natomas. RF Biocidics’s technology, which kills potential food hazards without the use of chemicals, was developed at the University of California, Davis. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
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