Amazon wants to sell the masses microwaved, sterilized “dead food” meals that promote disease, then profit off pharmaceutical sales to treat that disease

Monday, August 14, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Monday, August 14, 2017

Eager to break even further into the $700 billion U.S. grocery market, online retail giant Amazon is working hard to develop a new home delivery model that would extend the shelf life of food for up to a year. According to reports, the plan being discussed involves sterilizing food with microwave radiation using an advanced technology known as MATS, or microwave assisted thermal sterilization, that basically kills everything inside food – including some of the nutrients – so that it won’t spoil.

First developed for the U.S. military as a way to keep food “fresh” without refrigeration, MATS involves immersing packaged food in pressurized hot water while simultaneously blasting it with microwave frequencies at 915MHz. This process rapidly destroys food pathogens and spoilage microorganisms, as well as much of the food’s nutrition, rendering it dead as a doornail, and thus free from unsightly mold or foul smells.

MATS food represents everything that health-conscious consumers don’t exactly want to be putting inside their bodies, by the way. But it’s a perfect fit for Amazon’s monopolistic drive and just-in-time distribution model, which relies heavily on long-term storage and low-cost logistics. In essence, Amazon wants to tap into every area of the grocery business, in this case by implementing a system that avoids the troubles and expenses of having to refrigerate food – instead opting for fresh-looking food that’s been radio-blasted to maintain the appearance of goodness and nutrition.

While Amazon already has another home delivery service known as AmazonFresh that delivers non-irradiated groceries to people’s doorsteps, the MATS concept stands to generate even more income and control over this lucrative market. AmazonFresh has already been around for about a decade, and with Amazon’s hopeful acquisition of Whole Foods Market, the sky’s the limit. Implementing MATS into the mix would only further bloat the multinational’s grocery portfolio, in other words, giving the company an upper hand over the general food supply.

“They obviously see that this is a potential disruptor and an ability to get to a private brand uniqueness that they’re looking for,” stated Greg Spragg, a former Walmart Stores Inc. executive, and head of a MATS technology start-up, about Amazon’s latest endeavor. “They will test these products with their consumers, and get a sense of where they would go.”

AmazonPharma will treat all the diseases you’ll get from consuming dead MATS food

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