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New french fry production line of Farm Frites in Egypt officially opened
October 05, 2019
In Egypt, the ministers of investment and trade last month opened the new production line of the Dutch Farm Frites company in the 10th of Ramadan City in Sharqia governorate.
A German company that will produce French Fries in Zambia is expected to commence operations this year
May 30, 2019
A German company that will locally produce French Fries or potato chips for both the Zambian and regional export markets is expected to commence operations this year said German Agri business Frank Nordman.
Potato processing factory to be built at Ol Kalou
May 10, 2019
A potato and vegetable processing plant will be built soon in Ol Kalou town. The factory, a collaboration of the Department of Correctional Services and Nyandarua county government, will mitigate post-harvest losses ...
New Potato Processing plant in Nyandarua will give local potato farmers more opportunities
April 25, 2019
The opening of a new potato processing plant in Engineer town, Nyandarua county (Kenya) offers new opportunities for local potato farmers.
Matthew Walters to lead tna's African operations
March 13, 2019
Food processing and packaging solutions provider tna has appointed Matthew Walters as branch manager to head up its African operations.
The Nile Egyptian Co. for Foodstuff Industries awaits potato factory licenses
March 04, 2019
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.
McCain Foods South Africa can't claim they are 'SA's NO.1 Chip'
February 28, 2019
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.
Olusegun Paul Andrew, the chairman of BlackPace Africa Group (left) and Clare Akamanzi, CEO of the Rwanda Development Board (right) exchange documents
September 07, 2017
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.
Nigeria: Plateau, BlackPace sign $65m MoU to increase potato production
August 06, 2017
BlackPace Africa, an Africa-focused investment management and advisory firm, and the Plateau State government have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) towards a joint development arrangement to upscale potato production in the state and set up a potato processing facility in Jos, the state capital.
Cross Agro is building the largest French fries and Potato Flakes processing factory in Nigeria and West-Africa.
April 18, 2017
Cros Agro Allied Ltd, a Nigerian agribusiness company, has announced a commitment to invest $65 million in the country’s potato sector, which includes the realization of the production of French fries and potato flakes
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