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McDonald's Japan adds French Fry flavor based on nostalgic student snack
Starting next week, McDonald’s Japan will offer daigaku imo French fries. Daigaku Imo litterally means “college potato”. It is a popular sweet potato snack with a sweet sauce, and allegedly gets its unusual name from being a hit with cash-strapped students looking for a cheap yet tasty bite.
Aardappeltelers voorzien het komende seizoen een tekort aan pootgoed
Volgens bronnen binnen de NEPG (North-Western European Potato Growers) zou de eerder verwachte areaaluitbreiding, als gevolg van een tekort aan pootgoed, minder zijn dan eerder verwacht.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Argentina: Llegan a McDonald’s las “Papas Fritas Cheddar Bacon”
Para los fanáticos de uno de los productos más icónicos de McDonald’s, desde el 7 de febrero la marca ofrece a sus clientes esta nueva variedad..
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Pepsico sees opportunities for potato cultivation in Myanmar
PepsiCo identified Myanmar as a potential hub for growing potatoes, thanks to its rich, fertile lands and favorable climate.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Potato growers in Maine apply soil fumigation in a trial of McCain Foods
French Fry manufacturer McCain Foods has started trials examining soil fumigation with several of its potato growers in Maine (United States) and New Brunswick (Canada).
Calbee to boost snacks sales in the Philippines with smaller potato chips bags
Japan's Calbee has introduced a potato chip product about 70% cheaper than what's already on sale in the Philippines. By reducing the size of the bags, the company cut the price to 10 pesos, compared to the 30 pesos to 40 pesos for the larger size bags.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Centroamérica recibe 70 clones de papa del CIP
A finales del primer trimestre estarán llegando los primeros clones desarrollados por el Centro Internacional de la Papa
Monday, February 6, 2017
January 2017 FAO Food Price Index at its highest value since February 2015
The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) in January 2017 averaged 173.8 points, up 3.7 points (2.1 percent) from the revised December value. At this level, the FFPI is at its highest value since February 2015
Monday, February 6, 2017