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Potato wholesaler penalised
One of Australia’s largest potato wholesalers, Mitolo Group, has been fined for entering into unfair contracts with growers.
TOMRA Food to Showcase Breadth of Food Sorting Capabilities at PACK EXPO 2019
TOMRA Food will be demonstrating its newest sorting features live at Pack Expo 2019 for four selected industries: vegetables, potatoes, confectionery and petfood.
Chinese potato price runs high because of typhoon Lekima
Typhoon Lekima landed on Chinese shores last weekend. The typhoon caused destruction in several Chinese cities. Shouguang was one of the areas affected most by the extreme weather conditions.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Start-Up Snack Maker Crispifarms Limited: Not Just Another Company - Not Just Another Banana Chip
Excited about their new product, Crispifarms prepares to share with the world, the most succulent banana chip yet. The all-natural, long-cut banana chips are coming to the Specialty Fine Food Fair at Olympia London in Hammersmith, London.
Changes to Safe Haven Standards will support long term health of GB potato industry
Red Tractor are looking for industry feedback on potential changes to the Safe Haven Standards, the seed potato assurance scheme.
Tong USA’s first year brings US growers & packers more bang for their buck
Tong USA’s first year brings US potato growers & packers more bang for their buck.
German potato prices set to spike due to drought
Two summers in a row of drought are causing Germany’s potato supply to dwindle - and prices to rise.
Potato mop-top virus response closes out
A joint Biosecurity New Zealand and Potatoes New Zealand response to the crop disease potato mop-top virus (PMTV) is being closed out, with industry taking the lead on long-term management.