|Industry||Food and Beverages|
|Headquarters||723 W. Johnson Street, Raleigh, NC 27603|
|Key people|| David Clark (President & CEO) |
John Hudson (Executive Vice President and Chief IP Officer)
Mac McAulay (Executive Vice President and CFO) 
|Investors|| Lookout Capital |
Prudential Capital Partners
|Revenue||$23.7M (As in 2014) |
Aseptia, Inc., is a food technology company that specializes in aseptic and related technologies. The company was founded in 2006. Its technology enables the preservation of food products that maintain freshness, flavors, nutrients, and taste without the use of additives or the need for refrigeration. The company also provides research and development services, such as product development that includes new product ideation, development of product formulations, feasibility analysis of new products, and ongoing product development support for existing lines; analytical evaluation, such as nutrient retention testing, shelf life testing, and sensory testing; and pilot testing.
The company's technology, which uses microwave energy to deliver rapid pasteurization and sterilization, was developed by a team of food researchers from North Carolina State University. The researchers created an aseptic process that delivered quality and shelf life for packaged foods while meeting strict FDA standards for food safety.
In 2012, Aseptia formed a subsidiary, Wright Foods, in Troy, NC. Wright Foods formulates and co-packs shelf-stable soups, purees and juices utilizing Aseptia's technology.
Rapid, consistent heating is done to produce shelf-stable foods that retains the qualities of fresh foods for 12 months or more without preservatives or refrigeration. Continuous flow thermal processing technology is used to package fruit purees, juices, sauces, soups, and other products.
Aseptia uses their expertise to help drive new product development, navigate the requirements of regulatory compliance, and optimize engineering processes for peak efficiency and quality control.
|R&D Services||PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
- New product ideation
|Regulatory Compliance Services||DEVELOPMENT OF REGULATORY PROCESSING STANDARDS |
-Submission of FDA filings
|Engineering Services||ASSIST WITH ENGINEERING AND DESIGN OF PROCESSING LINE |
-Development of process flow diagrams
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1. Aseptia Technology Earns Silver Edison Award
For a second consecutive year, food-technology company Aseptia was named as an award winner at the international Edison Awards, which honors achievements in innovation. Aseptia’s 2016 Silver Edison award acknowledges its AseptiSense technology – a system of tools for process simulation, particle-flow monitoring, and safety validation of complex particulate food products that are sterilized with aseptic processes. The company was recognized with a gold award in 2015 for its patented AseptiWave process, which uses rapid, consistent heating to produce shelf-stable foods that retain the qualities of fresh foods without preservatives or refrigeration. 
2. Raleigh's Aseptia sells off Wright Foods, Carolina Dairy; exits manufacturing biz
Raleigh food technology firm Aseptia is officially out of the manufacturing business. The company disclosed Monday that it has sold its manufacturing operations in Troy and Biscoe, North Carolina, to a newly formed subsidiary of AmeriQual Group Holdings. 
3. Aseptia Receives IFT Innovation Award
Aseptia entered the 2015 Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting & Food Expo as the recipient of two industry awards and departed the mid-July event with a third prestigious accolade, a 2015 IFT Food Expo Innovation Award. The award recognizes the North Carolina company for its patented AseptiWave preservation technology, which utilizes microwave-assisted thermal processing to deliver quality – flavor, nutrient, color and aroma retention as well as shelf life of 12 months or more – for aseptically packaged foods and beverages. 
4. Raleigh-based Dole Food manufacturer gets creative when it comes to scaling
Aseptia, the food technology firm that manufactures under the Wright Foods banner, is continuing its growth spurt – but this time, it’s changing tactics.
Aseptia, whose technologies help preserve foods you may eat every day, such as some Dole Food-branded pineapple and soup products, can’t build fast enough to meet the needs of global food manufacturers, says Chief Technology Officer Michael Druga. 
5. Aseptia’s New, Groundbreaking Technology Now Available to Food Industry Marketplace
Aseptia’s modernized preservation technology is already benefitting several well-known brand labels, noted Clark. But as 2015 marches toward its second quarter, company leadership readies to move its groundbreaking work from the subsidiary facility of Wright Foods in Troy, N.C., to interested worldwide companies prepared for this aseptic advancement. 
- http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2016/03/07/raleighs-aseptia-sells-off-wright-foods-carolina.html /