McCain Foods commits to regenerative agricultural practices for all its potatoes by 2030
June 07, 2021
As part of today’s release of McCain’s 2020 Global Sustainability report Together, Towards Planet-Friendly Food, the company is pledging that it will be implementing regenerative agricultural practices across 100 per cent of its potato acreage by 2030.
Biodegradable tableware made with potato peel
May 18, 2021
Oda Biovajilla is disposable biodegradable tableware designed from potato peel and other organic discards. This innovative initiative created by five young industrial designers from Buenos Aires consists of creating dishes from waste from the gastronomic industry.
Branston starts work on GBP 6m Potato Protein Extraction Facility
May 03, 2021
Work has started on a new GBP 6m facility, which will be used to extract high-grade plant protein from potatoes, at Branston's site in Lincolnshire, United Kingdom. Branston is working alongside B-hive Innovations as part of a collaborative project to improve potato crop utilization.
High Yields And Low Energy Usage Make TOMRA Food’s Steam Peelers Perfect For Lamb Weston / Meijer, A World-Leader In High-Quality Frozen Potato Products
April 20, 2021
Lamb Weston / Meijer's commitment to preserving nature, and its resources, while caring for neighbors contributes to their overall growth and success. These shared virtues and values are just another reason why their partnership with TOMRA Food makes for a perfect match.
PepsiCo to Move to Regenerative Farming Practices for all its ingredients
April 20, 2021
Pepsico's Efforts are Estimated to Reduce At Least 3 Million Tons of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by the End of the Decade. PepsiCo's 'Positive Agriculture' Ambition Additionally Targets to Improve Livelihoods of Those in its Agricultural Supply Chain, and Sustainably Source 100% of its Key Ingredients.
Potato wastewater could feed bacteria used to recycle high-tech devices
March 19, 2021
new research from Idaho National Laboratory suggests that potato wastewater might serve well as a low-cost food source for a special bacterium that could be used to recycle high-tech devices, industrial catalysts and other sources of rare earth elements.