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EnWave Announces Collaboration and Initial Testing Results with Danisco AS
Date:4/7/2009

l leading supplier of cultures and probiotics for food, supplements and feed and holds a dominant position in cultures under dried form. Easier to handle, dried cultures bring greater flexibility to manufacturers in terms of storage volume and conditions as well as shelf-life stability.

"Danisco has always been proactive in searching for innovative technologies to improve the drying process of cultures," said Egon Bech Hansen, Danisco's Cultures Division Vice President R&D. "The initial results from the tests with EnWave's technology are encouraging. We are looking forward to expanding the testing on a larger scale prototype to better evaluate potential product and economic advantages".

If powderREV technology can demonstrate commercial feasibility on a scale, schedule and terms acceptable to both parties, EnWave would plan to enter a commercial sales and exclusive license agreement with Danisco.

About Danisco

With a rich and innovative portfolio, Danisco is a world leader in food ingredients, enzymes and bio-based solutions. Using nature's own materials, science and the knowledge of our 7,200 people, Danisco designs and delivers bio-based ingredients that meet market demand for healthier and safer products. Danisco's ingredients are used globally in a wide range of industries - from bakery, dairy and beverages to animal feed, laundry detergents and bioethanol - offering functional, economic and environmental benefits. Headquartered in Denmark and operating from more than 80 locations, Danisco's key focus is to become customers' first choice and a truly market-driven global business. Find out more at www.danisco.com.

About EnWave

Using proprietary technologies developed in conjunction with the University of British Columbia, EnWave is focused on the development of new methods of dehydrating biological and food material
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