Advion bioactivation finalist in The Apples awards
Advion and it's unique bioactivation process has been nominated as a finalist in The Apples awards - for the Innovation of the Year.
The Awards' judges have highlighted how the function of bioactivation is highly beneficial in food preparation and public access environments - whereby the powerful insecticidal properties of indoxacarb is only initiated after target insect pests have ingested the palatable Advion Cockroach or Advion Ant Gel bait, but is effectively harmless to non-target organisms in use.
The Apples are presented as part of the Food Integrity Global event (FIG), to be held in London in October.
Syngenta is a Gold Sponsor of FIG and will be hosting an important industry discussion forum on the revolutionary role of digital pest monitoring for food manufacturers, suppliers, caterers and service sectors.
FIG brings together leading influencers and businesses across the food industry to address issues and future direction for the sector. The event and The Apples awards are organised and managed by New Food and takes place on 17 & 18 October.
Josh Minchin, Editor of New Food, said: "Syngenta's exceptional achievements and contributions in the industry have truly stood out, and we believe you deserve this recognition for your dedication to excellence, innovation, and responsible development.
"The Apples awards is an exclusive event that brings together industry leaders, innovators, and decision-makers for a remarkable evening of celebration, acknowledgment, and networking," Josh enthused.
"It is a night to honour individuals and companies who have demonstrated outstanding commitment and integrity within the food industry."
Watch the BPCA insect pest control training video where Richard Moseley explains how to target ants and the role of Advion bioactivation: