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Mori Inc (AKA: Cambridge Crops Inc)
Profile last edited on: 7/16/2024      CAGE: 7RHR8      UEI: D1ENK36TDDM5

Business Identifier: All-natural protective layer designed to slow down food spoiling process
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440 Rutherford Avenue Suite 400
Boston, MA 02129
   (301) 580-3965
Location: Single
Congr. District: 07
County: Suffolk

Public Profile

Originally known as Cambridge Corps - and renamed Mori Incorporated in the Summer 2020 - is a food tech company structured around reducing waste and creating a more sustainable supply chain. Describing themselves as the anti-waste company keeping food fresher for longer, the firm has developed a natural, ultra-thin water-based silk coating that - applied to food - slows the exchange of gasses that cause decay, Applicable to fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood, use of this coating enable maintenance of the "fresh food" condition far longer. Organized around innovations in the food, agriculture, and packaging industries, with close ties to MIT, the firm uses just salt and water to extract the protein from silk to create an all-natural and edible protective layer that keeps food fresher for longer. The patented technology can be integrated at any time from farm to shelf, allowing food producers, food processors, and retailers to extend shelf lives, reach new markets, and reduce waste

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  Adam M Behrens -- Founder and CEO

  Laith M Abu-Taleb -- General Counsel and VP Corporate Affairs

  Christina Belsito -- VP of Business Development

  Megan Biango-Daniels -- Scientist

  Lester Chong -- Research Associate

  Brigid Geoffrion-Scannell -- Laboratory Technician

  Jesse Groner -- Food Science Associate

  Nadia Hallaj -- Research Associate

  Colin D Preston -- Program Director

  Samantha Roman -- Associate Engineer

  James Sugarman -- Operations Associate

  Sezin Yigit -- VP of Research and Development