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Potato News from Idaho

Judge rules Idaho Potato Fields Illegally Quarantined
A federal judge ruled that the United States government illegally quarantined some Idaho potato fields infested with potato cyst nematodes (PCN), a pest that could threaten the state’s $1.2 billion potato industry.
Lamb Weston's Seashore™ French Fry Flavor now available in a great tasting Potato Puff
On April 2, Lamb Weston will introduce the Seashore Puff™, a Potato Puff with the same distinct flavor (Sea-salt, Black Pepper and Garlic) as Lamb Weston's Seashore™ Fries, that have been growing in popularity in the fry category.
Idaho Potato Crop of 2017 valued at $1.2 billion, a 22.7% increase!
The USDA reported the preliminary estimated value for the Idaho® Potato crop of 2017 at USD 1.2 billion, a 22.7% leap from the previous year.
Lamb Weston introduces 'Crispy on Delivery': a comprehensive solution concept: special french fries, packaging and best practices - combined to get
Today Lamb Weston introduced a solution for french fries that arrive hot and crispy via home delivery – new 'Crispy on Delivery' is a comprehensive solution that goes from store to door.
Potato Processor Lamb Weston reports sales increase for 2018 Q2 of 4% to 825 million
Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: LW) announced its second quarter 2018 results and updated outlook for fiscal 2018 last Thursday.
Bear Island Brewing Idaho Potato Ale
Beth Bechtel, co-owner of Bear Island Brewing, came up with the idea for the brewery's best-selling Idaho Potato Ale while serving overseas.
Sunday, December 3, 2017
Lamb Weston Holdings pleased with the start of FY 2018
Earlier this week Potato Processor Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: LW) announced its first quarter 2018 results.
Idaho Potato Breeders aim to develop PCN Resistant Russets
A project underway in Aberdeen, Idaho, aims to develop russet potatoes with resistance to pale cyst nematode, while identifying new molecular markers associated with resistance.
Las papas geneticamente modificadas de Simplot siguen aprobandose en el mercado extranjero
La compañía norteamericana Simplot ha obtenido la aprobación para su papa marca Innate en algunos mercados clave, como Japón. Y tiene pendientes otras solicitudes de acceso a mercados extranjeros.
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
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The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) announced the appointment of Mary Hasenoehrl of Gross Farms, the first female to represent potato growers in the Idaho Potato Commission.
Thursday, September 21, 2017