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Dehydrated Potato Products

Dehydrated Potato Products

Potatoes are gaining ground among consumers in China
Since 2015, China has selected more than 10 potato varieties suitable for processing staple foods and developed more than 300 potato-based versions of staple food.
Japan’s chicken nugget French fry instant ramen to satisfy all cravings
Japan's Cup Noodle maker Nissin continues to push the instant ramen envelope in delicious new ways. And now they have waded into PotatoPro territory.
Russia plans construction of potato processing plant in Smolensk region
The administration of the Smolensk region in Russia wants to develop the region's economy. One of the investments is the construction of a plant for the processing of potatoes and the production of native and modified starch.
Avebe's Etenia potato starch derivate gets its own factory
Due to strong demand for Etenia, Dutch potato starch manufacturer Avebe is setting up a dedicated production line for this enzymatically modified potato starch in Ter Apelkanaal.
Sunday, February 25, 2018
China to review anti-dumping duties on EU potato starch
China will review anti-dumping duties levied on potato starch imported from the EU which are due to expire, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced earlier this month.
Excellent performance in 2017 for Aviko - the potato processing subsidiary of Cosun
Royal Cosun reports a higher turnover and a higher profit for 2017 in comparison with 2016. Potato Processing subsidiary Aviko again turned in an excellent performance in 2017.
North America's biggest Potato Industry event is happening this week in Orlando
This week more than 2,000 growers, suppliers, and experts will converge at the largest conference and trade show for the potato industry held in North America, Potato Expo 2018.
Unofficial Estimate US Potato Production 2017: between 0 and 3 percent below last year
The USDA has provided a first - unofficial - estimate on the total potato production in the United States in its 'Vegetables and Pulses Outlook' published October 27: between 0 and 3 percent below last year