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First large-scale French Fries production plant in Russia inaugurated
Today, the first Russian large-scale French fries production facility - built in Lipetsk by a Joint Venture of the Russian Belaya Dacha Group and Lamb Weston / Meijer - was officially opened
McDonald's Menu Items from around the World now available in Chicago
McDonald’s announced it’s serving up menu favorites from around the world in a one-of-a-kind global inspired restaurant on the ground floor of its new corporate headquarters, open today.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Planting Late? AHDB Potatoes offers guidance to make
The weather has not been kind to potato growers in the United Kingdom. AHDB potatoes offers some helpful tips and guidance to make it a successful potato growing season nevertheless.
MountainKing potatoes has started the harvest of its Texas New Crop Reds
MountainKing Potatoes, a leading grower of table potatoes in the United States, has started the harvest of its Texas New Crop Reds, one of the company’s top sellers now available for retail grocers.
Cape Cod® Russet Potato Chips are back!
Missing from shelves since 2007, consumer demand for the uniquely sweet and buttery crunch of Cape Cod Russet Potato Chips made it a simple choice to reintroduce them more than 10 years later.
Starch Europe appoints Andreas Delvaux as Communication Manager
Industry association Starch Europe announced earlier this month that Andreas Delvaux joined the organisation as Communication Manager.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
United States Potato Stocks up 2 percent
The 13 major potato States held 134 million cwt of potatoes in storage April 1, 2018, up 2 percent from April 1, 2017 according to a USDA report released last week.
Vietnam creates 'Da Lat' potato brand to fight cheap imports to be sold as local
Potatoes from Da Lat (Vietnam) will have a new logo and brand that will make it more difficult for traders to sell cheaper Chinese potatoes under the Da Lat name.