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Potato News from Malaysia

Belgium hopes to ship in more frozen potato fries to Malaysia
Belgium, the world’s biggest potato exporter, hopes to ship in more frozen potato fries to Malaysia via its marketing campaign and collaboration with restaurateurs and fastfood operators here.
Kellogg Company to build new Pringles Plant in Malaysia
Kellogg Company has announced that it will build a new Pringles snacks manufacturing facility in Malaysia, as part of its recently announced Project K four-year efficiency and effectiveness program
Friday, January 17, 2014
Malaysia's traditional snack industry is growing rapidly with the sales figure hitting RM200 million (66 Million USD) last year. While consumers have ample choice when comes to local snacks, crispy chips made of tapioca, banana, sweet potato and onion...
Thursday, August 11, 2011
 Palm oil
The majority of European palm oil buyers are failing to buy certified sustainable palm oil, despite its availability and the previous commitments by many companies to purchase it, according to a first assessment by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).WWF’s P...
Thursday, October 29, 2009
 Palm oil prices back up again
Oilseed analysts are predicting a squeeze on supply of Malaysian palm oil for months to come, as prices are pushed up by farmers’ inability to invest in inputs and poor extraction rates – while demand for fried and oily food is not abating. Malaysia is...
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
 KFC
KFC Holdings (M) Bhd aims to create 1,200 jobs in Malaysia this year as it continues to expand its network of 442 outlets in the country to 482 by year-end, said managing director Jamaludin Md Ali. The company had opened six outlets year-to-date, with ...
Wednesday, April 15, 2009