The world’s first ketogenic processing factory will use cryogenic refrigeration to speed up the process of converting food into energy.
The company is using cryogenic storage for its ketogenic plant, which will process foods like ice cream, granola and other products that can be stored in the cold.
It’s the first time a company has built a manufacturing facility using cryogenics to create the food for its products.
In December, Ketopropic Inc. of Toronto, Canada, announced a new line of high-efficiency refrigeration technology, called the Cryogenics line, that uses cryogenic freezing as the primary process to produce high-quality products.
The company’s technology could help reduce the carbon footprint of the food process, which would result in less packaging and transportation, and a cleaner, more efficient process.
The ketogenic process is often thought of as the fastest, most efficient way to produce food.
However, it’s also one of the most complex, with ingredients and equipment needed to manufacture the food.
The food has to be frozen and then thawed before it can be processed.
To freeze, a process called aeration is used, which allows the food to be brought to a temperature of -160 °F (-80 °C) for a few minutes.
The thawing process involves heating the food at about 300 °F (150 °C).
The Cryogenonics process allows for the freeze-thawing to take place in the same tank, and the process can be automated, so that the product can be ready for immediate use.
The process is a renewable energy source, according to Ketoprophics.
The first of its kind, the CryoProcess is expected to be ready in the fourth quarter of 2018.
For now, the company will continue to use conventional refrigeration for its facility.
But it has plans to develop a cryogenic processing facility in the coming years, according the company’s website.