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Colombia: La mayor amenaza para los páramos es la papa
Este tipo de cultivos es nocivo para el suelo por los químicos que utiliza.
Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Bosch is looking for a new owner for its packaging business
Bosch has decided to sell it packaging business. Although Bosch Packaging Technology is among the largest manufacturers of packaging equipment world-wide, the company does not consider it its core business.
European retailers Tesco and Carrefour to create strategic alliance to deal with global suppliers
The two largest European Supermarket groups, Tesco and Carrefour are announcing their intention to enter into a long-term, strategic alliance.
Monday, July 2, 2018
Quality vs quantity? How food businesses can  increase margins and reduce risk
What matters more for food businesses, quality and safety or quantity? But does food quality and safety and food quantity have to be opposing factors, so that as output increases quality suffers?
Mexican Judge bans potato import from the US, a 'foreign power with hostile policies'
Citing national security and biosecurity, a federal judge in Mexico yesterday barred the import of fresh potatoes from the United States, describing the country as 'a power that in recent times has institutionalized hostile policies towards Mexico'.
Cold Chain Logistics provider NewCold builds fully automated frozen storage warehouse in Idaho
Dutch frozen storage specialist NewCold is investing $90 million to build a fully automated 140-foot-high, 25 million-cubic-foot frozen storage warehouse in Burley, Idaho.
In India 51 percent of the people eat potatoes every day according to a survey
A regular day in an Indian household is incomplete without the humble potato being part of at least one meal. It could be the filling in samosas, the centre of our vada pavs or the topping on morning poha.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Forty years of partnership between Belgium and the CIP
The Belgian Development Cooperation has been working with the International Potato Centre (CIP) in developing countries since the 1970s. The aim is to support the research and training required to improve the production of potatoes and sweet potatoes, as well as other root vegetables and tubers.