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Cavendish Farms Officially Breaks Ground in Lethbridge, Alberta
Cavendish Farms Officially Breaks Ground in Lethbridge, Alberta. The new $360 million potato processing plant to be complete by fall 2019
Potato Production United States 2016: USDA-NASS publishes 'Potatoes 2016 (Summary)'
Potato Production United States 2016: the USDA-NASS has just published its most extensive report on last year's potato production: 'Potatoes 2016 (Summary)'
Inventure Foods sells frozen division to Oregon Potato Company to focus on snack business
Inventure Foods, Inc. announced it has entered into a definitive asset purchase agreement for the sale of its frozen business including the Rader Farms® and Willamette Valley Fruit Company™ brands as well as certain related assets, rights and properties to Oregon Potato Company for $50.0 million in cash.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Fuzz in Taiwan about French Fries with green patches at McDonald's
Taiwan's health authorities will conduct stringent checks of potato suppliers after reports that French fries served at fast food restaurants were found with green patches.
Get more cutting waste out of your french fries with the new Kiremko Sliver Remover
Potato Processing Equipment Specialist Kiremko introduces a new sliver remover that effectively removes more than 98% of all cutting waste of your product.
Olusegun Paul Andrew, the chairman of BlackPace Africa Group (left) and  Clare Akamanzi, CEO of the Rwanda Development Board (right) exchange documents
The government of Rwanda has signed a multimillion dollar deal with a Nigerian investor, the Blackpace Africa Group, to revamp and develop Rwanda’s potato industry and help make the country a key producer and exporter of potato products.
Thursday, September 7, 2017
McCain Foods GB - Scarborough officially kicked off its new construction project
Potato Processor McCain Foods (GB) officially marked the start of its £100 million (re-)construction project of the Scarborough french fries production facility
Upgrade of the McCain Foods Ballarat factory will result in less jobs
As a result of the upgrade and capacity expansion of the McCain Foods French fry factory in Ballarat, the level of automation will increase. This means the company will have to lay off about 20 of their employees.