Phoenix, AZ – (UPTICK Newswire – Nov. 4, 2015) – Today a company by the name of Surepure (OTC: SURP) caught the interest of Uptick staff. They reported a 100% increase in revenue gains from the same period in 2014. Namely, SURP had quarterly earnings of $893,000 ending 9/30/2015 over $447,000 for the same quarter in 2014.
SURP is a world leader in energy efficient photopurification pasteurization with patented technology. It has been noted the technology has an 82% energy savings over the previous pasteurization process. It is also noted the product can replace preservatives and increase shelf life by at least 30%. Additionally, SURP notes that their technology was developed specifically to deliver food-grade solutions for ingestible liquids and ingredients.
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On November 3rd, SURP announced that the South African Department of Health approved SURP’s technology for the photopurification of raw milk. “Guy Kebble, CEO of SurePure stated, “We are very pleased that South Africa’s Department of Health has encouraged milk producers to research SurePure’s technology for the efficacy of both the technology and the process. We look forward to working with all parties in establishing and displaying the advantages that this proprietary technology has to offer to the dairy industry.”
SURP’s press release did not discuss the financial implications of such an approval. One can surmise that the gains and the potential growth within South Africa could lead to further inroads into new markets along with additional patents and revenue growth. SURP’s global presence accounts for 76% of world milk production in Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand and Africa.
Overall based on recent news and revenue reports SURP makes for a strong pick going forward. Uptick staff will be keeping this one on the radar for the long term.
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