Saturday, December 1, 2018

SAYO Ultrasonic Kitchen Sink launched for first time in India

Cleans everything including chemicals, pesticides, dust, pathogens &bacteria from surface

 A Hi-tech ultrasonic kitchen sink manufactured in China was launched last evening for the first time in India by a reputed company here in Mumbai. SAYO Ultrasonic Kitchen Sink uses a modern cutting-edge American technology of sound frequency conversion that cleans fruits,vegetables, seafood etc.of the harmful chemicals, pesticides, dust and other surface impurities including pathogens, bacteria and other living organisms on the surface of the product.

Shiv Shankar Kushwah, Director of SAYO Enterprises informed, "Ourultrasonic kitchen sink is based on a superior technology and is certifiedby TUV-SUD,a world leader in testing and product certification. While this product is extremely popular inNorth-American, EasternEurope and, we are now introducing it to Indian market. Inthe first year we aim to sell in excess of 1500 units of this high- techultrasonic kitchen sink across India."

Health advocacy in the recent times has many times warned about theill-effects of residual pesticides and chemicals present on the fruits &vegetables available in the grocery store.

Celebrity Chef, Kaviraj Khialini said, "With the increasing healthconsciousness among people it will be a boon for the people who cherish thegoodness of fruits like peaches, nectarines, cherries, strawberries, grapes,raspberries, pear and apples and vegetables like potatoes, spinach, bellpeppers and celery etc. Most of these fruits & vegetables are known tocontain pesticide residues and this product will givethem a choice ofeating healthy.

"In the last year, with this specialised product we cloaked sales of US$ 25Million globally with 70% of revenues coming from the North Americanmarkets. With India on its way to the fastest  growing economy, we see ahuge potential for such aproduct that offers a great healthy living alongwith upmarket lifestyle also," said Chen Yin Lin, Director, SAYOEnterprises.

Anand Talsania, Director, SAYO Enterprises informed, "While our initial operationswill kick off from Mumbai covering the western region, after the firstquarter, we will extend our distribution network to Southern, Northern andCentral India. We have observed a huge interest among the trade and in thenext 6-months our product will be available pan-India.

"Ultrasonic transducers fitted underneath the sink convert electrical energyto mechanical energy and vibrate in a vibrational frequency of 30,000 to40,000 Hz per second generating energy waves in water. This creates millionsof microscopic air cavities loaded with vacuum energy in water that createdblast energy equivalent of several hundred degrees of heat and thousands ofatmospheres It results in the quick separation of pesticides residue,carbons, chemicals, wax, germs, dust articles and many other harmfulpathogens from the surface," explained Shiv Shankar Kushwah.

According to Eric Tan, Director, SAYO Enterprises, globally the Kitchen Sinkmarket, which is growing at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 4.76%currentlyremains in excess of US$ 3,000 Million and is slated to cross US$3,400 Million inthe next 3-years' time by the year 2021. While the marketshare of this product issmall currently, it is expected to grow inexponential proportion in the next few years.

Most importantly, these residual chemicals and pesticides that cannot beremoved with plain water easily and therefore while eating food, one isalways prone to consume them also. High levels of residual pesticides canprompt serious health problems like cancer, kidney and lung ailments,infections and mental health problems. SAYO ultrasonic kitchen sink willcreate new openings towards healthy living.

1 comment:

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