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Lamb Weston invested in 4 FAM cutting machines for its wavy fries
Lamb Weston / Meijer invested in four new FAM Tridis 240P cutters for the production of its wavy fries in Bergen op Zoom
Jan Wolthuis steps down as chairman of Agrico; Financial Report released
Earlier in December Agrico held its central general members’ meeting, during which the Annual Report 2015/2016 was discussed and Jan Wolthuis stepped down as chairman of Agrico.
Saturday, December 31, 2016
AVEBE appoints new members to its Supervisory Board
Potato Starch Cooperative AVEBE yesterday appointed Martin Möllering, Huub van Rozendaal and Marijke Folkers-In ’t Hout as a member of the Supervisory Board.
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Avebe launches new nutritional concepts at Health Ingredients Europe
Avebe takes an active role in the development of appealing, nutritional and healthy food products with potato based solutions.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
FAM to sell Optiserve's Glide defect cutter in worldwide exclusive agreement
Dutch industrial equipment manufacturer Optiserve has granted worldwide exclusivity to FAM - European market leader in industrial cutting solutions - for the sale of its Glide defect cutter.
Lamb Weston / Meijer inaugurates its new french fry production line in Bergen op Zoom
Lamb Weston / Meijer inaugurated its new production line for french fries in Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands, on 10 November 2016 in the presence of employees, suppliers, the mayor and the King’s Commissioner.
Pulsemaster sells 100kW PEF-system to french fry processor for up to 60 ton potatoes per hour
The Dutch company Pulsemaster announced the sale of a 100kW Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) system to a Major European manufacturer of Premium Potato Products for the treatment of up to 60 ton potatoes per hour.
Certificates Seed Potato Company HZPC rise again with the maximum 10 percent.
The value of the certificate of HZPC Holding B.V., the world leader in potato breeding and seed potato trade, is determined on € 150.60 at the biannual stock trading day.