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Reading Bakery Systems Partners with Incomec-Cerex to offer Popped Snack Systems in the United States
Reading Bakery Systems (RBS), a leading manufacturer of baking and process systems, has announced it will partner with Incomec, a Belgium-based manufacturer of popping/puffing equipment, to supply popped snack systems within the United States
Aviko launches Handmade, British Grown Potato Skins in the UK
Potato processor Aviko has launched its latest product to the UK and Irish foodservice market, ¼ and ½ Potato Skins.
Ingredion acquires potato starch manufacturer Western Polymer
Ingredient supplier Ingredion Incorporated has acquired the operations of Western Polymer, a company focused on the production of native and modified potato starches for food and industrial applications
Lay's 'Turn-Up the Flavor': Music inspired Potato Chip Flavors
In partnership with artist Bebe Rexha, Frito-Lay launches three limited-time-only potato chip flavors inspired by Music
McCain Foods South Africa can't claim they are 'SA's NO.1 Chip'
McCain Foods South Africa claims in this advert that it produces the country's 'number one' chip. However, the Advertising Regulatory Board (ARB) told them to remove the ads with immediate effect because the claim is simply not true.
Belgian potato supply chain commits to digital data platform WatchITgrow
Three Belgian organisations, Boerenbond, Belgapom and VITO are teaming up to strengthen the future of the Belgian potato chain by jointly investing in the online data platform WatchITgrow.
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Belarus looking to export potatoes to the European Union
Belarus plans to get domestic potato producers certified for compliance with the EU requirements, according to Aleksei Bogdanov, Head of the Central Office for Foreign Economic Activities of the Belarusian Agriculture and Food Ministry
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
UK potato chips prices surge after heatwave-induced potato shortage
Crisps fans in the United Kingdom might have noticed that their favourite snack has become a little more expensive in recent months.