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French Fries and Potato Specialties

French Fries and Potato Specialties

Will added North American potato processing capacity lead to increased acreage?
North American potato processors either have or will be bringing at least 1.3 billion pounds of new processing capacity online between October 2018 and December 2019. In Potato Country, Bruce Huffaker of NAPMN discusses the impact.
Matthew Walters to lead tna's African operations
Food processing and packaging solutions provider tna has appointed Matthew Walters as branch manager to head up its African operations.
McCain Foods to upgrade its Smithton French Fry Plant
McCain Foods is to spend AUD 37 million (USD 26 million) to upgrade its french fry plant in Smithton, Tasmania (Australia).
Lamb Weston's Hot2Home™ Fries win Gold at Casual Dining Show
Lamb Weston Hot2Home™ fries picked up a Gold Award at the Casual Dining Show’s Innovation Challenge.
Cavendish Farms invests in potato breeding to deal with climate change
Cavendish Farms is working to develop potato varieties that can thrive in dry growing conditions on Prince Edward Island, says the company’s president Robert Irving.
The Nile Egyptian Co. for Foodstuff Industries awaits potato factory licenses
The Nile Egyptian Co. for Foodstuff Ind is planning to invest worth EGP 10m (about USD 6 million) in a new factory to process potatoes next year.
Aviko launches Handmade, British Grown Potato Skins in the UK
Potato processor Aviko has launched its latest product to the UK and Irish foodservice market, ¼ and ½ Potato Skins.
McCain Foods South Africa can't claim they are 'SA's NO.1 Chip'
McCain Foods South Africa claims in this advert that it produces the country's 'number one' chip. However, the Advertising Regulatory Board (ARB) told them to remove the ads with immediate effect because the claim is simply not true.