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Our mission is to discover, develop & commercialise, safe, sustainable bio-conventional control solutions for the food industry, that protect food from insect damage and disease whilst reducing use of and dependence on traditional chemical pest control products.
Exosect was established in 2001 as a spin-out from the University of Southampton to develop a platform technology and range of natural bio-control products for the protection of food from pests and disease. Having developed the technology, gained more than 60 patents and 30 national product registrations and successfully test-marketed the technology and products, the Company is well-positioned to commercialise its unique patented platform technology across the food supply chain.
Andy Jones has been newly appointed by Exosect to manage the project which aims to reduce the poverty of subsistence farmers by wasting less maize to insects. Jones brings extensive
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Protecting maize from post-harvest pests - In Sub-Saharan Africa, most of the losses in the food supply chain take place during post-harvest storage and handling.
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