Kam Quarles, CEO of the National Potato Council discusses the potential impact of the new US administration on the industry
January 28, 2021
With the inauguration of US President Biden a week behind us now, Kam Quarles, CEO of the National Potato Council discusses what the impact of the new administration on the potato industry might be.
Virtual Potato Expo 2021 Brings Industry Together Over Potatoes
January 26, 2021
From January 5-7, more than 1,000 U.S. and international potato industry members joined the first-ever virtual Potato Expo. The annual event that kicks off the year for the industry, was brought online for the first time in response to the travel challenges imposed by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The National Potato Council Urges SBA to Include Ag Businesses in Disaster Loan Program
April 02, 2020
The National Potato Council joined 30 agriculture organizations and businesses yesterday calling on the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to include agricultural businesses in the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.
National Potato Council updates trade situations with Japan, Mexico and China
October 22, 2019
President Donald Trump formally signed the U.S.-Japan-Free Trade Agreement on Oct. 6. This agreement locks in tariff benefits with Japan that were previously negotiated under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement but lost when the U.S. failed to ratify
US-Japan trade deal a positive for potato industry, even without inclusion of fresh
September 28, 2019
Farmers, ranchers and many others involved in U.S. agriculture are welcoming an announcement of a mini-trade deal between the United States and Japan, a long-time, steady customer of U.S. ag products.