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Koch Separation Solutions Expands Global Presence in Plant-Based Protein Production

Koch Separation Solutions help Royal Avebe to create high-value potato protein

March 18, 2021
Koch Separation Solutions (KSS) announced today that it will collaborate with Royal Avebe (Avebe), a leading international starch manufacturer, to implement a comprehensive separation solution for plant-based protein processing.
New potato packaging compostable at home

New potato packaging compostable at home

February 15, 2021
February is Potato Lover's Month and Arrowfarms companies Morning Kiss Organic and Gold Bell are introducing new, compostable paper bag potato packaging.
Morning Kiss Organic Celebrates Potato Lovers Month

Morning Kiss Organic Celebrates Potato Lovers Month

February 12, 2020
February is Potato Lover’s Month, and Morning Kiss Organic is celebrating by giving this versatile food some special recognition! Potatoes are historically among the most popular items in the produce aisle and with a high consumption rate.
Cape Cod Potato Chips announces new Sour Cream & Onion flavor

Cape Cod Potato Chips announces new Sour Cream & Onion flavor

February 11, 2020
Cape Cod Potato Chips is introducing Sour Cream & Onion to its chip lineup. The company describes the flavor as 'creamy, tangy sour cream and a savory hint of onion on robust kettle cooked chips resulting in a satisfying balance with that famous Cape Cod.
Yield10 Bioscience Signs Research Agreement with J. R. Simplot to Evaluate New Traits to Produce High Yielding, Sustainable Potato Crop

Yield10 Bioscience Signs Research Agreement with J. R. Simplot to Evaluate New Traits to Produce High Yielding, Sustainable Potato Crop

November 01, 2019
Yield10 Bioscience, Inc. announced that it has signed a research agreement with Boise, Idaho-based J. R. Simplot Company, to evaluate three novel yield traits in potato.
Biena Snacks Secures $8 million Funding Led By Former Snyder’s-Lance Execs To Expand Plant-Based Foods

Biena Snacks Secures $8 million Funding Led By Former Snyder's-Lance Execs To Expand Plant-Based Foods

August 16, 2019
Biena Snacks is set to use the newly raised funding to expand plant-based products.
A slippery surface for liquids with very low surface tension promotes droplet formation, facilitating heat transfer. (Courtesy: Karim Khalil et al. / PHYS ORG)

New surface treatment developed at MIT could improve refrigeration efficiency

May 17, 2019
Researchers at MIT have made significant progress in promoting droplet formation for liquids with very low surface tension such as used in industrial heat exchangers facilitating heat transfer and improving efficiency.
Limited-Batch Cape Cod Potato Chips released in support of Breast Cancer Research

Limited-Batch Cape Cod Potato Chips released in support of Breast Cancer Research

October 03, 2018
Cape Cod Potato Chips has announced the limited release of Cape Cod Pink Himalayan Salt & Red Wine Vinegar Potato Chips in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October.
At the age of 72, Bill Skinner runs the Boston Marathon fueled by Potatoes

At Age 72, Bill Skinner runs the Boston Marathon - fueled by Potatoes

April 13, 2018
Potato Grower Bill Skinner heads to Massachusetts this weekend to compete in his second Boston Marathon – at the age of 72.
New Cape Cod Waves Potato Chips available in three flavors

New Cape Cod Waves Potato Chips available in three flavors

March 24, 2018
Cape Cod Potato Chips just introduced their newest line of kettle cooked potato chips, Cape Cod® Waves™ Potato Chips.
The Cape Cod Potato Chips factory will stay in Hyannis and will be expanded

The Cape Cod Potato Chips factory will stay in Hyannis and will be expanded

July 24, 2017
Instead of moving the Cape Cod's potato chips production away from the "outdated" and "overcrowded" Hyannis factory on the Cape that the chips are named after, Snyder’s-Lance is instead investing $20 million to upgrade the facility.
If you think "Butter is Back", think again...

If you think "Butter is Back", think again...

November 28, 2016
Consuming high amounts of four major saturated fatty acids - found in red meat, dairy fat, butter, lard, and palm oil - may increase risk of coronary heart disease, according to a new study.

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