by Andrew Bounds | November 18, 2015 | Financial Times
The Duke of Westminster and a Silicon Valley investment firm are backing a technology that could boost food production and safety.
<p data-track-pos="0"><a href="http://www.wheatsheafgroup.com/" target="_blank">Wheatsheaf</a>, the venture capital arm of the Duke’s Grosvenor Estate property business, and <a href="http://astia.org/astia-angels/" target="_blank">Astia Angels</a>, have taken a minority stake in Ozone Purification. The Oxfordshire business uses electrolysis to transform water and salts — including table salt — into disinfectants for the food production and food processing industries. It also uses gaseous ozone.</p>
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