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Potato planted area in Great Britain estimated to increase by 4%
AHDB Potatoes Market Intelligence Analysts estimate the total area planted with potatoes in Great Britain this season is 121,000 hectares. This is up by four per cent on the previous year.
A Potato processing plant is planned to be built in Tatarstan, Russia
According to Russian media, a modern processing potato plant is planned to be built in the Arskii district of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan.
Heat and Control will return to Foodpro in 2017
Foodpro 2017 runs from July 16-19 at the new International Convention Centre Exhibition Building in Sydney Darling Harbour, Australia. Heat and Control will showcase their latest and most innovative products available on the Australian market.
More British Crisps coming to the United States: Pipers Crisps Potato Chips
World Finer Foods, a premier marketer of specialty foods in the United States, partners with Pipers Crisp Co. to bring more of the award-winning British Pipers Crisps potato chips to the US
New Russet varieties - Castle Russet and Echo Russet will help US potato industry meet more stringent regulation
Two recently released new Russet varieties - Castle Russet and Echo Russet - should help the potato industry in the Pacific Northwest cope with more stringent regulations on soil fumigants
Starch-based Food ingredients made simple with this Q&A by Starch Europe
Today, Starch Europe launched a new online Q&A platform “Starch in Food: Your Questions Answered”
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Key Technology Presents VERYX® Digital Sorters to Australian Food Processors at FoodPro
Key Technology introduces its VERYX® family of digital sorters to the Australian food processing industry with the VERYX C140 on exhibit at the FoodPro trade show in Sydney 16-19 July, 2017.
To protect crops, farmers could promote potato beetle cannibalism
UMaine scientists say farmers could try to protect their potato crop by utilizing agricultural practices — including crop rotations and push-pull strategies — to create field conditions that favor Colorado potato beetle cannibalism.