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Waste Reduction, Valorisation

Waste Reduction, Valorisation

The 'best before' dates for Calbee Inc.'s bagged potato chip products will be extended by two months starting October.
Major Japanese snack-maker Calbee Inc. said Thursday that it will extend the 'best before' date for its potato chip products by two months.
One way that supermarkets of the future can tackle the scandal of food waste
Supermarkets of the near-future will have their business models radically re-shaped by innovations instore, online, and in the food industry supply chain.
Peruvian farmers get help from Belgium to save traditional potato product from climate change
Three Belgian organisations, ILVO, HOGENT and TRIAS help a local Peruvian agricultural cooperative and university to optimize the semi-industrial production of their traditional tuntas - white freeze-dried potatoes (Chuño)
Tuesday, February 26, 2019
TOMRA CEO discusses TOMRA Food’s capabilities and future aspirations at Fruit Logistica
Stefan Ranstrand, TOMRA’s President and Chief Executive Officer, chose Fruit Logistica 2019 to give a speech on TOMRA Food’s exhibition stand about the company’s unique offering, values, and future aspirations.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
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.
Crunch time for potato chips manufacturers as EU waste targets loom
The European Commission has set an EU-wide objective for all packaging to be recyclable or reusable by 2030. However there is no easy packaging solution (yet) for manufacturers of potato chips.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Guardian switches to potato starch wrapping
Readers of The Guardian newspaper in the United Kingdom have been opening their weekend paper to find supplements wrapped in a compostable material made from potato starch.
Sunday, January 13, 2019
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.