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Scotts Precision Manufacturing: 500th Scotts Evolution Separator set for North America
Scotts Precision Manufacturing is celebrating a significant milestone, having sold its 500th Evolution Separator.
Mark Clouse to take the reins at Campbell
Campbell Soup Company (NYSE: CPB) today announced that its Board of Directors has elected Mark A. Clouse, 50, as President and CEO of Campbell effective Jan. 22, 2019.
Pepsico to invest 1 billion in Pakistan
PepsiCo plans to invest US$1 billion in Pakistan over the next five years, the PepsiCo Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Asia, Middle East and North Africa (AMENA) Mike Spanos told Prime Minister Imran Khan in a meeting held in Islamabad late last month.
Thursday, December 20, 2018
Swiss Potato Processor Kadi AG gets a new majority shareholder as Paragon Partners sells its stake to Invision
Paragon Partners has agreed to sell its shares in potato processing company KADI AG located in Switzerland to Invision, thereby securing KADI’s long-term, independent perspective as leading supplier of premium potato products in Switzerland.
McCain Foods in Manitoba prepares for 40th Anniversary Celebrations in 2019
Beginning in the New Year, McCain Foods (Canada) will celebrate 40 years of sustained operation and investment in Manitoba together with employees, growers and neighbours in the local communities where it operates: Carberry and Portage la Prairie.
Bolivia: Reaparece plaga que acaba un cultivo de papa en 2 días
La enfermedad se viene detectando en Cochabamba, donde hay ya 50 hectáreas de plantaciones afectadas. Al menos 39.000 toneladas de papa están en peligro. El daño es, especialmente, en las hojas y raíces.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Walkers Launches First UK Recycling Scheme for Crisp Packets
Walkers is launching the first nationwide recycling scheme for potato chips bags, locally known as crisp packets. Working with recyclers, TerraCycle, the scheme will tap into an established network of recycling collection points around the UK.
Better and stronger potatoes using hybrid breeding
The potato breeding company Solynta in The Netherlands has successfully produced a hybrid breeding program for potatoes which will allow the rapid selection and turnover of favourable traits, traits which could help feed millions of people worldwide.