The Power of Microparticles: DCD Technology

Eben van Tonder discusses Dynamic Cellular Disruption (DCD) and the effect it is having on the meat processing industry.

In 2016 I started working on a newly developed technology which reduce food particles to microparticles. The technology is pioneered by Green Cell Technologies and they call it Dynamic Cellular Disruption (DCD). It is a novel process that breaks up food particles using high pressure, high speed and other physical forces without using chemicals, enzymes or blades. It is revolutionizing meat processing!

Eben van Tonder, ResearchGate.net

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