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French Fries and Potato Specialties

Lamb Weston Meijer to build processing plant for dehydrated potato products
Lamb Weston / Meijer announced the investment in a new factory for its Ambient Potato Business, the production of dehydrated potato products.
Potato Processor Lamb Weston Meijer reorganizes its office locations in the Netherlands
European potato processor Lamb Weston / Meijer (LW/M) is to establish its Corporate Center at a new office location in Breda, while its Operations & Services Center will be located at the company’s current office location in Kruiningen
Now Serving At A Taco Bell® Near You: Nacho Fries Are Officially Back
Taco Bell kicks off 2019 with the return of fan-favorite Nacho Fries and an all-new movie trailer that is out of this world
Key Technology Introduces Enhanced FMAlert™ for VERYX® Digital Sorters
Key Technology, introduces their enhanced FMAlert™ software for VERYX® digital sorters. FMAlert captures and saves digital images of foreign material (FM) contaminants
Potato Processor Lamb Weston Reports Fiscal Second Quarter 2019 Results
Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: LW) announced today its fiscal second quarter 2019 results and updated its full year outlook.
Albert Bartlett launches branded chilled Rooster Homestyle Chips, Fries at UK retailer Sainsbury
United Kingdom Supermarket Chain Sainsbury introduces 3 chilled potato products of Albert Bartlett: Rooster Homestyle Fries, Rooster Homestyle Chips and Parmentier Potatoes. Each pack serves two and simply needs to be heated in the oven before eating.
Biogas from potato waste cuts reduces greenhouse gas emissions Cavendish Farms french Fry plant
Potato Processor Cavendish Farms in New Annan, Prince Edward Island, turns potato material not suitable for french fries into biogas, reducing the plant's dependency on fuel oil by 30 per cent.
United Kingdom Potato Sales up to 2.2 million tonnes
Shoppers in the United Kingdom bought 1.4 per cent more fresh potatoes this year compared to last year and 3 per cent more than in 2015, new data shows.