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How Potatoes USA is restructuring the Alliance for Potato Research and Education (APRE)
During the Potatoes USA Summer Meeting held in Seattle August 10, it was announced that the Alliance for Potato Research and Education (APRE) has been restructured in an effort to minimize overhead costs and expand research on potato nutrition.
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Dr. Potato Is Always On Call For Idaho Potato Questions
When reviewing the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) website analytics for the past year (August 2015-August 2016), IPC staff wasn’t surprised to find that Dr. Potato (alias Don Odiorne, Vice President-Foodservice) had garnered 959,328 page views, nearly 50% of all www.idahopotato.com views.
Belgium's family potato business vital force in land of fries
Potatoes are the second largest cultivated crop in Belgium and a key ingredient in Belgian cuisine. It's the base of the world-famous French fries, and is considered by Belgians as part of their national pride.
AHDB Potatoes Next Generation education program follows supply chain relationships from field to fork
AHDB Potatoes’ Next Generation educational programme continued to explore GB’s diverse potato industry with a processing-focussed, whole supply chain day at McCain GB Foods Ltd Headquarters in Scarborough recently.
National Potato Council joins US Agriculture Coalition for Cuba
The National Potato Council has joined more than 100 prominent national grower organizations, state grower associations, and agribusiness members as part of the U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba, whose goal is to reestablish Cuba as a market for U.S. food and ag exports
Monday, July 25, 2016
Rachael Lynch Joins Potatoes USA as Global Marketing Manager
Potatoes USA is pleased to announce Rachael Lynch has joined its staff as a Global Marketing Manager for institutional foodservice
Potato and Onion Producers Association of Namibia elects new board
Members of the Namibian Potato and Onion Producers Association (Popa) recently met at Tsumeb to elect a new board.
Maureen Storey leaves Alliance for Potato Research and Education (APRE)
After five years as the president and CEO of the Alliance for Potato Research and Education (APRE), Maureen Storey, Ph.D., is no longer leading the organization.