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French Fries and Potato Specialties

Aviko ends Snow Valley cooperation in China
French Fry manufacturer Aviko, a subsidiary of Royal Cosun and Snow Valley Agriculture have agreed to end their joint venture in China.
McCain Foods Commits $75 Million to Manitoba Production Facilities
McCain Foods (Canada) announced infrastructure investments totaling $75 million for its Portage la Prairie and Carberry, Manitoba facilities. The investments further strengthen the company’s potato processing presence in Western Canada.
Automated Quality Assessment of Potatoes for French Fries: RMA Techniek rules
RMA Techniek has combined their capabilities in robotics, smart engineering and experience in the potato processing industry in a unique way: the company has specialized in the automated quality assessment of potatoes and shows its progress at Interpom.
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Improve your French Fry Line with these Innovations from Kiremko
At Interpom | Primeurs 2018, held in Kortrijk Xpo from November 25 -27, Kiremko will launch its latest innovation in the field of frying oil filtering: the Kiremko Primary Oil Filter.
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
McCain Foods Canada awards the Top Potato Growers for its Manitoba Plants
McCain Foods (Canada) announced Bailey Farms as 2017 Crop Year Champion Potato Grower for the McCain Manitoba plants during the annual Growers’ Appreciation Banquet.
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Manitoba faces a potato shortage as 8 percent of acreage goes unharvested
Manitoba, the second largest potato growing province in Canada, has a potato shortage as 8 percent of its acreage goes unharvested.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Insort presents its first end-of-line sorter for frozen french fries at Interpom 2018 – the Sherlock Hybrid.
Insort presents its first end-of-line sorter for frozen french fries at Interpom 2018 – the SHERLOCK HYBRID.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Empresa boliviana procesa hasta seis toneladas de papa al dia
Ubicada en Apote (entre Tiquipaya y El Paso), la compañía Pa&Pa procesa cerca de 6.000 kilos de papa al día, ofrece empleo directo a más de 55 personas y beneficia indirectamente a más de 2.000 familias a las que compra la materia prima.