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HZPC: In conversation with Ms Amanda Ayres, KP Intersnack
From the HZPC Series 'Linking potato people': In conversation with Ms Amanda Ayres, KP Intersnack
Aviko announced a €200m investment to add extra potato processing capacity
Aviko, one of the top potato processing companies in Europe, plans to invest € 200 million (USD 210 million) in new and existing production plants.
J.R. Simplot to court to seek control of troubled affiliates
Agribusiness giant J. R. Simplot is seeking receivership over two of its vegetable suppliers, claiming mismanagement of the $400-million-grossing companies threatens 2,000 jobs and could end in bankruptcy without court intervention.
Idahoan Signature Russets Mashed Potatoes Make Weekday Meals Taste Like Sunday Dinner
Idahoan Foods introduces its proprietary processing method to the unflavored mashed potato category with the launch of new Idahoan Signature Russets Mashed Potatoes.
Monday, October 10, 2016
Fire damages, but does not destroy potato processing plant Idaho Supreme Potatoes
Idaho Supreme Potatoes, Inc. - a manufacturer of dehydrated potato flakes - sustained some significant damage in a fire last week
Sunday, September 11, 2016
National Potato Council takes USDA staff on Potato Production Tour
USDA staff from the AMS Plant Variety Protection Office and APHIS Biotech Regulatory Services on a tour of the Sterman Masser Potato Farm facilities in central Pennsylvania on August 23.
Potato dehy manufacturer Idaho Pacific sold to Arlon Group
Novacap, a Canadian private equity firm, announced today that they have sold Idaho Pacific, a company specializing in dehydrated potato products to Arlon Group, a food and agriculture investment firm with a global network that supports investments across the entire food supply chain in the Americas.
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
United States Potato Stocks Down 7 Percent From June 2015
In the United States, the 13 major potato producing states held 52.2 million cwt of potatoes in storage June 1, 2016, down 7 percent from June 1, 2015.