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Global Food Prices steady in August
Global Food Prices remained virtually unchanged last month, as indicated by the FAO Food Price Index for August 2018.
Thursday, September 6, 2018
Not enough potatoes in Germany: extreme drought impacts supply Emsland Group
The Emsland Group, a potato processor with seven production plants throughout Germany, explains the supply challenges they are faced with as a result of the extreme drought in Germany and other parts of Europe.
Potato Starch manufacturer Avebe is looking for growth in Germany
Potato starch manufacturer Avebe is looking to expand its growing area in Germany. Avebe Germany account managers Ulrike Ziervogel and Hauke Warnecke explain the ambitions and how the company intends to realise them.
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Two new flavors added to Boulder Canyon® Kettle Chips Cooked In Rice Bran Oil
Boulder Canyon Authentic Foods®, is expanding its line of Rice Bran Oil Kettle Cooked Potato Chips with two new flavors, Buffalo Ranch and Sweet Chipotle.
FAO Food Price index July falls sharply
The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) averaged 168.8 points in July 2018, down as much as 6.5 points (3.7 percent) from June and 10.3 points (3.7 percent) from the corresponding period last year.
Saturday, August 4, 2018
Potato Industry Event Interpom Primeurs 2018 already fully booked
The INTERPOM PRIMEURS, a trade show entirely focused on the potato industry held November 25 - 27 2018 in Kortrijk Xpo (Belgium), has already sold out all stand space.
The FAO Food Price Index slips in June on heightened trade tensions
The FAO Food Price Index averaged 173.7 points in June 2018, down 2.4 points (1.3 percent) from its level in May, representing the first month-on month decline since the beginning of this year. Most markets have generally taken-on a weaker tone recently largely on heightened trade tensions.
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Avebe appoints new members to its Supervisory Board
Dutch Potato Starch Cooperative Avebe has appointed two new members to its Supervisory Board: Dirk Kloosterboer and Robert Smith.