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Indian farmer unions decide to put on a fight over seed potato variety rights
Indian Farmers’ movements have decided to put up a fight to ensure that farmers’ seed freedoms are not violated in any way. Many speakers also also felt that PepsiCo India should pay compensation to the Gujarat potato farmers involved.
Intersnack Group to acquire 40% of Universal Robina Oceania
Philippine-based food company Universal Robina (URC) has announced the divestiture of a 40% stake in its Oceania subsidiary, URC Oceania, to the German snack food manufacturer Intersnack.
Givaudan and Bühler partner to fast-track market access and innovation for start-ups
Givaudan, the global leader in flavours and fragrances, and Bühler, global leader for food processing solutions, have today announced a development partnership to accelerate market access for food start-ups in Switzerland.
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Teagasc and IPM Potato Group Sign New 15 Year Partnership Agreement
Teagasc and IPM Potato Group (IPM) have recently signed a new fifteen year agreement in Oak Park, Carlow.
Monday, July 15, 2019
Treehouse Foods agrees to sell snacks division (nuts, trail mixes) to Atlas Holdings
Yesterday, TreeHouse Foods, Inc., a leading manufacturer of private label foods, announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to sell the Company's Snacks Division to Atlas Holdings LLC.
McCain Announces a Partnership with NUGGS
McCain Foods, the global leader in frozen french fries, potato specialties and appetizers, announces a new strategic partnership and lead investment in NUGGS, a New York based start-up.
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
The 'Potato of the Future' Climate - Smarter and Healthier
The potato of the future will be more drought tolerant and disease resistant, more environmentally sustainable and climate smart, and meet the needs of producers and consumers.
Farmers fight for potato pay as Simplot records $62m profit
Tasmanian potato growers say Simplot is not paying them enough for their vegetables, as they negotiate a new contract with the vegetable processing giant.