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Potato News from Prince Edward Island

Romain Cools new President and CEO of  World Potato Congress (WPC) Inc
David Thompson steps down as President and CEO of the World Potato Congress Inc. and announces Romain Cools as new President and CEO.
McCain Foods executive makes predictions for future of potato industry
McCain Foods Global Vice President for Agronomy Ghislain Pelletier shared his vision for the future of the potato industry with Island growers during the recent annual meeting of the PEI Potato Board.
Darryl Wallace new Chairman of the Prince Edward Island Potato Board
The Prince Edward Island Potato Board has a new Chairman as a result of its December 4th Board of Directors meeting.
Sunday, December 10, 2017
PEI Potato Growers ask: 'What does it take to grow Quality Potatoes'
The PEI Potato Industry is excited to release for the first time a thirty second commercial highlighting the industry.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Cavendish Farms Potato Storage officially opened
French Fry manufacturer Cavendish Farms officially opened its new state-of-the-art potato storage facility in New Annan, Prince Edward Island with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
It's Potato Harvest Time in Prince Edward Island!
Harvest time has arrived for Prince Edward Island potato farmers! It’s a busy and exciting time of year, when farmers put in long hours to harvest their crop after working hard throughout the growing season to nurture and protect their world famous PEI Potatoes.
Friday, September 29, 2017
Cavendish Farms invests in more efficient centralized potato storage on Prince Edward Island
Canadian Potato Processing company Cavendish Farms is investing in major potato storage upgrades at its New Annan French Fry plant, Prince Edward Island.
Fry Factory Inc adjusts automatic restaurant french fry cutter to North American potatoes
An entrepreneur in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island has modified an automated restaurant french fry cutter to the North American market.
Simplot postpones commercial introduction of Innate GMO potatoes in Canada
Simplot Plant Sciences will not commercially launch its Innate GMO potatoes in Canada this year, despite regulatory approval and interest among potato farmers to grow these new potatoes
New Equipment adds flexibility to packaging operation PEI potato exporter
New packaging equipment at a Prince Edward Island Potato Packer, purchased with a loan from ACOA (the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency), is expected to help the company reach new customers.