Bundaberg Sweet Potato Fries go Australia
October 21, 2020
A taste of Bundaberg will be served around the country as Sweet Potatoes Australia partners with Edgell to launch their new Sweet Potato Fries .
McCain Australia extends its range of sweet potato products
December 08, 2018
In response to the steadily growing popularity of sweet potato in Australia, McCain Foods is introducing new sweet potato products to the freezer aisle.
Municipio colombiano producirá papa para McCain
March 14, 2017
Agricultores de Samacá sembrarán 10 hectáreas de papa con mercado definido por anticipado para la multinacional canadiense McCain.
Alexia Foods goes non GMO and offers tasty new fries.
May 23, 2016
ConAgra Foods brand Alexia announced that all of the brand's offerings will be non-GMO by the end of 2016.
McDonalds is testing Sweet Potato Fries in Texas
November 12, 2015
Mcdonald's is testing sweet potato fries in a number of its restaurants in Texas
McCain releases new products in the United Kingdom
October 21, 2015
McCain is growing its range of frozen potato productsin the United Kingdom by launching microwaveable baby baked potatoes and the UK's first branded retail sweet potato fries.
Alexia Foods Introduces Rib Cut BBQ Sweet Potato French Fries
December 02, 2014
Alexia Foods, a line of premium, all-natural frozen potatoes, breads and side dishes, is introducing the latest stars of the table – new Alexia Premium Seasoned Vegetables and Rib Cut BBQ Sweet Potato Fries.
Russet House launches Organic Sweet Potato Fries
March 04, 2014
The third largest manufacturer of Sweet Potato Fries in North America - Russet House, has launched Organic Sweet Potato Fries.
Lamb Weston Introduces Sweet 'n Savour Fries range
February 26, 2014
Lamb Weston has introduced a new Sweet Potato Fries range: Sweet ‘n Savour. With this new range Lamb Weston continues to bring restaurant owners innovative and profitable solutions that fulfill the growing consumer demand trend for Sweet Potato products across markets.
NRA releases "What's hot in 2014 culinary forecast"
December 17, 2013
The National Restaurant Association’s annual What’s Hot culinary forecast predicts menu trends for the coming year. For 2014, the NRA surveyed nearly 1,300 professional chefs to find out what the hottest menu trends will be.


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