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Albert Bartlett receives largest ever Food Processing, Marketing and Co-operation grant for potato processing diversification
The largest ever Food Processing, Marketing and Co-operation (FPMC) grant of £4 million has been awarded to potato processing firm Albert Bartlett. It will allow the company to diversify into the growing convenience and chilled potato market.
J.R. Simplot announces major expansion of its Manitoba Potato Processing operations
Yesterday the Manitoba government and Agribusiness J.R. Simplot Company (Simplot) announced a major investment and expansion in the company’s Manitoba-based potato processing operations near Portage la Prairie.
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.
Lamb Weston expansion in Hermiston comes with millions in tax break.
Lamb Weston's $220 million plan for its french fry making operation in Hermiston will come with a 15-year property tax break.
Iceland's high court upholds 76% tax on imported french fries
The highest court in Iceland has upheld a ruling that a 76% duty charged on imported French Fries is not unconstitutional.
McCain Foods appoints Mr. José Boisjoli to its Board of Directors
McCain Foods Limited has announced the appointment of Mr. José Boisjoli to its Board of Directors, by its parent company, McCain Foods Group Inc.
Dear Britain, you are cutting your roast potatoes all wrong...
In October chef Heston Blumenthal revealed his top tips for achieving roasties that are crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, every time. However, according to students from Edge Hotel School at the University of Essex, Blumenthal has been cutting his spuds all wrong.
Potato firm Albert Bartlett reports drop in profits despite increase in sales
Sales at potato firm Albert Bartlett have climbed 18 per cent to £146m, but operating profit was again impacted by price pressures in the supply chain.