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Company creates machine that claims to stop avocados going brown

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Avocados are super tasty and addictive, but it’s pretty annoying when they go yucky and brown.

Now an Australian-based company called Naturo Technologies thinks they’ve got the answer, creating a technology that slows down the browning process of avocados, without the use of chemicals. 

Called the Natavo Zero, the inventor of the technology is agricultural engineer Jeff Hastings. He was frustrated at the amount of wastage when it comes to consuming and processing avocados, since they go brown easily.

“It’s one of those fruits that you buy and eat where you inherently suffer disappointment, because it’s already gone brown or it goes to waste,” Hastings told Mashable Australia. Read more…

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