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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
UK Potato Processor M&F closes shop
Potato Processing company M&F Ltd. - based in the United Kingdom - has closed after losing one of its main customers. M&F produced fresh cut and peeled potato products and supplied these to companies who further process these potatoes into ready meals for the UK’s major supermarkets.
To peel its potatoes, Salads and Sides manufacturer Mrs. Gerry’s Kitchen invests in an Orbit 350.
Mrs. Gerry's Kitchen, a manufacturer of Salads and Sides - including numerous variations of potato salad and mashed potatoes, invested in a TOMRA peeling line, consisting of an Orbit 350 peeler with OBD 6/20 brusher and an M01 steam accumulator.
Boulder Canyon introduces Kettle Chips fried in heart-friendly Rice Bran Oil
Boulder Canyon™ Authentic Foods advances its line of kettle-cooked potato chips cooked in unique oils with the introduction of Rice Bran Oil Kettle Cooked Potato Chips
The FAO Food Price Index edged higher in February
The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) averaged 175.5 points in February 2017, up 0.9 points (0.5 percent) from a slightly revised January value. At this level, the FFPI is as much as 26 points, or 17.2 percent, higher than its level in the corresponding month last year and at its highest value since February 2015.
Friday, March 3, 2017
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.
Cosun Potato Processing activities (Aviko) make up for decline in sugar
Royal Cosun announces an increase in its profit for 2016 in comparison with 2015. The projected decline in the profit on sugar was offset by firmer results on other activities, especially potatoes.
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