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How Does a Potato Feel?

How Does a Potato Feel?

May 27, 2021
Ever Wonder What A Potato Feels…? Hebrew University of Jerusalem Develops Bio-Sensor to Detect Early Signs of Plant Stress and Prevent Crop Failures from Worldwide Climate Changes.
Chinese potato price runs high because of typhoon Lekima

Chinese potato price runs high because of Typhoon Lekima

August 20, 2019
Typhoon Lekima landed on Chinese shores last weekend. The typhoon caused destruction in several Chinese cities. Shouguang was one of the areas affected most by the extreme weather conditions.
The 'best before' dates for Calbee Inc.'s bagged potato chip products will be extended by two months starting October.

Calbee to extend 'best before' dates for potato chip products by two months

June 03, 2019
Major Japanese snack-maker Calbee Inc. said Thursday that it will extend the 'best before' date for its potato chip products by two months.
SENSOR TECHNOLOGY LEADER TOMRA STRENGTHENS SET-UPS IN CHINA

Sensor Technology Leader TOMRA Strengthens its Footprint in China

December 04, 2018
TOMRA, a global leader in sensor-based sorting technology, is committed to its long-term development in China and has further strengthened its set-up in this fast-growing market.
Pepsico to invest $5 million by 2020 to expand its sustainable farming programme in India.

Pepsico to invest $5 million by 2020 to expand its sustainable farming programme in India

October 30, 2018
Snacks and beverages manufacturer PepsiCo plans to invest $5 million by 2020 to expand its sustainable farming programme in India.
New potato variety in India, Kufri Lima, to take on the heat...

New potato variety in India, Kufri Lima, to take on the heat...

October 16, 2017
Farmers in India can expect higher yields and profits with the release of a new potato variety, Kufri Lima, developed by the International Potato Center (CIP) and the Central Potato Research Institute (CPRI)
Delayed monsoon trouble for potato growers in Hassan, Karnataka

Delayed monsoon spells trouble for potato growers in Hassan, Karnataka

June 18, 2016
Lack of rain has left potato growers of Hassan - a district in the Southern Indian state of Karnataka in distress.
Potato cultivation partially responsible for landslide in Indonesia

Potato cultivation partly to blame for landslide in Indonesia

March 12, 2016
Potatoes cultivation is partly to blame for a recent landslide in Wonosobo, Central Java, as farmers engage in unsafe planting practices that harm the environment to try to reap high prices - according to a study revealed last week.
Chinese Scientists Develop Technology to Convert Potato Water Discharge to Fertilizer Read more: http://www.chinatopix.com/articles/76082/20160202/chinese-scientists-found-tech-convert-potato-water-discharge-fertilizer.htm#ixzz3zneS8fmG

Chinese Scientists Develop Technology to Convert Potato Water Discharge to Fertilizer

February 10, 2016
Potato is a basic food in China. However, the protein-rich water discharge from starch processors has been pointed out as a cause of river and lake pollution.
Beijing Simplot Food Processing Co., Ltd. (Courtesy: www.synjnc.com)

Beijing Simplot Food Processing Co. hit with record fine for discharging polluted water

April 30, 2015
McDonald's French Fry supplier in Beijing - Beijing Simplot Food Processing Co. Ltd - has been fined a record 3.9 million yuan (about 655,000 USD) for discharging waste water that exceeded the maximum allowed COD value.

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