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Barnana® Snacks Introduces Organic Plantain Crisps.

Barnana® Snacks Introduces Organic Plantain Crisps

August 25, 2021
Barnana’s new flaky, layered Organic Plantain Crisps are unlike any chip on the market. Savory, not sweet because they are made from green plantains, they come in two flavors: Sea Salt and Garlic.
Update on the 2021 Potato Crop in Canada (per August 19)

Update on the 2021 Potato Crop in Canada (per August 19)

August 21, 2021
The potato crop in Canada in mid-August appears to have good potential in many - though not all - regions to meet the needs of industry and to rebound after reductions.
PepsiCo Announces Net Water Positive Commitment

PepsiCo Announces Net Water Positive Commitment

August 17, 2021
PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ:PEP) announced its ambition to become "Net Water Positive" by 2030, aiming to replenish more water than the company uses.
Potato processers find efficient emissions control solution in Dürr Megtec’s advanced wet electrostatic precipitator

Potato processers find efficient emissions control solution in Dürr Megtec’s advanced wet electrostatic precipitator

August 02, 2021
Potato processors are finding the advanced design of Dürr Megtec’s recently released Part.X PW Wet ElectroStatic Precipitator (WESP) to be an efficient and low maintenance solution to control particulate matter from frying exhaust.
Burger King® Rolls Out Green Packaging Pilot Program

Burger King® Rolls Out Green Packaging Pilot Program

June 21, 2021
BK® Tests Alternatives for Cutlery, Straws, Drink Lids, Frypods®, Whopper® Wrappers and Napkins and Expands Loop Reusables Test in Partnership with The Coca-Cola Company and Kraft Heinz.
Lamb Weston Announces New 2030 ESG Goals.

Potato processor Lamb Weston updates its sustainability targets in its second ESG report

June 16, 2021
Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. - manufacturer of frozen french fries and potato specialties - issued its second annual Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) report today, which included new 2030 ESG goals.
McCain Foods Commitment will Help Limit Global Warming to 1.5°C

McCain Foods Commitment will Help Limit Global Warming to 1.5°C

June 13, 2021
McCain Foods' commitment to cut in half greenhouse gas emissions across all of its global operations by the end of the decade has been verified to align with efforts to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
Idaho Steel and Kiremko, the 'Go to Guys' for Efficient Potato Flake Production

Idaho Steel and Kiremko, the 'Go to Guys' for Efficient Potato Flake Production

April 27, 2021
Flake production is not only a potato process for specialists. More and more potato processors see it as an ideal solution for their sustainability improvement.
PepsiCo Announces 2030 Goal to Scale Regenerative Farming Practices Across 7 Million Acres, Equivalent to Entire Agricultural Footprint

PepsiCo to Move to Regenerative Farming Practices for all its ingredients

April 20, 2021
Pepsico's Efforts are Estimated to Reduce At Least 3 Million Tons of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by the End of the Decade. PepsiCo's 'Positive Agriculture' Ambition Additionally Targets to Improve Livelihoods of Those in its Agricultural Supply Chain, and Sustainably Source 100% of its Key Ingredients.
Lamb Weston Introduces Packaging Made From Sustainable Biomaterial

Lamb Weston Introduces Biobased (potato, corn) Packaging for two Alexia products

April 16, 2021
Driving toward a goal of using more sustainable materials in packaging, two Lamb Weston Alexia brand products will use corn and potato starch in their packaging beginning this month.
Potato company Tasteful Selections Installs Intelligent Microgrid as they move towards net zero carbon

Potato company Tasteful Selections Installs Intelligent Microgrid as they move towards net zero carbon

April 06, 2021
California based potato company Tasteful Selection install the first microgrid in the Central Valley, delivering sustainability and energy resilience with islanding and outage ride-through capability.
Potato wastewater could feed bacteria used to recycle high-tech devices

Potato wastewater could feed bacteria used to recycle high-tech devices

March 19, 2021
new research from Idaho National Laboratory suggests that potato wastewater might serve well as a low-cost food source for a special bacterium that could be used to recycle high-tech devices, industrial catalysts and other sources of rare earth elements.

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