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Potato News from United Kingdom

S-MASHING Iceland is selling McCain Unicorn-shaped potatoes for £1 and they're perfect for kids
PARENTS who struggle to get little ones to eat any veg might want to head down to Iceland as it's going to be selling UNICORN-shaped potato pieces. The crispy treats have been created by McCain and will be sold exclusively in store and online at Iceland.
Tong Engineering kickstarts its 90th Anniversary celebrations at BP2019
Leading potato and vegetable handling equipment manufacturer, and sponsor of the BP2019 British Potato exhibition, Tong Engineering, will be kickstarting its 90th Anniversary celebrations at the UK’s largest biannual potato event in November.
Walkers'; Brussels sprouts crisps are back following 'requests all year round'
Walkers' highly divisive Brussels sprouts crisps are hitting the shelves again in a blatant attempt to ruin Christmas. The crisp giant announced the return after claiming they had received requests 'all year round' from fans.
Spudulike store re-opens nine weeks after closure in rescue deal by potato saviour
Spud lovers are being given back a store in Norfolk after closing in August - after the business was rescued by potato giant firm Albert Bartlett.
Planted area in Great Britain by potato variety and sector in 2019
The total 2019 planted Great Britain area (revised estimate) is 118.95K ha. This updated estimate puts the area 1% higher than last year and represents the GB area covered by over 90% of producers.
Haith softens the Blow with its patent-pending Pro-Flow Transfer Chute
Haith is set to innovate the transfer of delicate produce in pack houses and factories with the introduction of its patent-pending Pro-Flow Transfer Chute.