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Zimbabwe potato processor looking to import as the country runs out of potatoes
Zimbabwe has run out of potatoes for making potato chips, prompting potato chips manufacturer Hanawa Super Foods to request an import permit to buy potatoes from South Africa from the Industry and Commerce ministry.
Dutch agronomists help farmers in Myanmar boost their potato yield
Agricultural specialists from the Netherlands are helping potato farmers in Shan State, Myanmar. But not everyone is on board.
Boulder Canyon® Takes BBQ Potato Chips to the next level: How about Mesquite Barbeque fried in Coconut Oil?
Boulder Canyon® Takes Traditional BBQ Potato Chips To New, Tastier Level With Introduction of Mesquite Barbeque Coconut Oil Variety
Key Technology introduces a new medium capacity sorter: the VERYX® B140
Key Technology expands its VERYX® family of digital sorters with the introduction of the VERYX B140, a medium-capacity belt-fed sorter with a 1400-mm wide inspection zone.
En España desarrollan papas con alto potencial de valor añadido
El Instituto Vasco de Investigación y Desarrollo Agrario, NEIKER-Tecnalia, ha llevado a cabo avances en la mejora genética de patata con el objetivo de obtener variedades con elevados niveles de compuestos bioactivos (antocianinas, fenoles y carotenoides totales), así como capacidad antioxidante beneficiosas para la salud, adaptadas a nuestras condiciones de cultivo.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Snyder’s-Lance four launches multi-pack variety snacks around special consumer demands
Advancing its mission to change the way America snacks, Snyder's-Lance, Inc. is introducing its first multi-brand snack packs to meet specific consumer demands: Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Premium and Small batch Kettle.
Nominations Open for 2018 Potatoes USA Board Members
Potatoes USA announces nominations are now open for new Board Members for the 2018-2021 term. Fifty-eight members will be elected or re-elected to fill open seats and the seats of outgoing Board Members who are completing their second three-year term in March 2018.
Unlawful use of farm-saved seed potatoes in Belgium leads to large fine and damage compensation
The Antwerp Court of Appeal has sentenced a farmer in the Belgian province of Antwerp to pay a large fine and damage compensation to Breeders Trust for not reporting his acreage farm saved seed for the varieties Asterix and Fontane which are protected under Plant Breeders’ Rights.