Unique Freshness Preservation Technology
Promoting Healthy Lifestyles Worldwide

Imagine the impact of a technology that has the ability to naturally extend the lifespan of all foods.

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DENBA Corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan was founded in 2004 with a mission to develop impactful and sustainable innovations for mankind.

DENBA’s patented proprietary technology uses static wavelengths to activate water molecules contained within foods. Such approach suppresses bacterial growth, prolongs the freshness of foods without losing nutritional value. This has created new standard for freshness preservation, freezing and thawing of food ingredients. From the producer to the end user, they are favored by customers throughout the supply chain.

We have also applied our technology in the health, beauty, and medical fields. We are committed to the highest quality, technology and safety, and strive to be your life-long companion.

About 1.3 Billion tons of food is wasted every year.

1/3 of the food produced is wasted annually

Food and agriculture organization of the United nations (FAO 2011)

Denba Technology

DENBA + uses a unique technology to form electrostatic waves in the refrigerator.

Under the influence of fine electronic vibrations, water molecules will not solidify (ie, freeze) even in the temperature range below the freezing point of 32 ° F ~ 24 ° F.

Because the electrostatic wave environment is formed, it can prevent the oxidation of food ingredients and also has the effect of inhibiting the proliferation of bacteria. DENBA + uses this technology to create an environment in which ingredients are kept fresh and matured.

Theoretical Basis behind DENBA technology and Case Studies

Effects of different gauges under low voltage electrostatic field assisting thawing-freezing on beef quality

DENBA+ Cold Supply Chain

The application of DENBA + to sea freight and land transportation (refrigerated and frozen trucks) makes it possible to transport fresh ingredients around the world.

DENBA Certifications