Felix Instruments to Unveil New Technology at Fruit Logistica 2022
March 2022 – The most advanced non-destructive fruit maturity meters from Felix Instruments, including the debut of the all-new Melon Quality Meter, will be showcased April 5th-7th at Berlin's much anticipated Fruit Logistica 2022.
Experts from Felix Instruments and CID Bio-Science will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate a complete range of NIR and gas analysis devices at the global event, which is expected to draw tens of thousands of attendees and industry leaders.
In addition, Felix Instruments is offering exclusive one-on-one meetings for discussions on how their instrumentation can be used.
Want to set up a meeting? Fill out this form: https://forms.gle/1cGgUxPtg8DTqUMUA
The Launch of the NEW Melon Quality Meter –
Felix Instruments designs and engineers gas analysis and near-infrared assessment tools that provide growers and post-harvest operators the data they need to reduce waste and generate more revenue from their commodities. Felix Instruments initially entered the market with its groundbreaking F-750 and F-751-Avocado NIR-based, non-destructive fruit quality meters. At this year’s Fruit Logistica, Felix will showcase its latest state-of-the-art tool, built specifically for melon growers and packers – the F-751 Melon Quality Meter. Enabling any melon industry professional to measure Brix in honeydew and cantaloupe melons, the device takes measurements in mere seconds and completely eliminates the need to destroy fruit in the process.
"Fruit Logistica is the seedbed of many strategic relationships that we have enjoyed," emphasized VP of Marketing Scott Trimble. “After years of tradeshows and in-person events being put on hold, we are greatly looking forward to again being face-to face-with so many of our partners and customers.”
Fruit Logistica 2022 is the industry’s premier opportunity for partnership building, sharing information, and showcasing the latest tech. It is a commercial reference hub for the global fruit and vegetable industry and highlights the best in new technology that enables the entire value chain.
To see Felix Instruments’ latest technology, including the Melon Quality Meter, visit them at Fresh Produce Instruments booth: Hall 1.2 D12.
To set a specific meeting time with a Felix staff member, use this link - https://forms.gle/1cGgUxPtg8DTqUMUA
VP of Marketing
Felix Instruments: Applied Food Science was founded in 2012 as a subsidiary of CID Bio-Science, Inc., putting 30 years of experience engineering plant science tools to work for the commercial agriculture sector. Focusing on pre- and postharvest applications, Felix Instruments helps fresh market professionals maximize the value of their products with their lines of NIR and gas-analysis tools. Felix Instruments’ devices are used by over 500 agriculture organizations globally.