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PepsiCo Announces Net Water Positive Commitment

PepsiCo Announces Net Water Positive Commitment

August 17, 2021
PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ:PEP) announced its ambition to become "Net Water Positive" by 2030, aiming to replenish more water than the company uses.
Impact of sustainability agenda of potato processor McCain Foods in India

Impact of sustainability agenda McCain Foods in India

June 21, 2021
In line with the Global Sustainability Strategy and Commitments, McCain released its Global Sustainability Report with a focus on India, for the first time, to track progress across its sustainability pillars for the year 2020.
Turnkey Solution Reduces Water Usage By 90 percent

Puffin Produce reduces water use for potato washing and polishing by 90 percent

June 05, 2021
Puffin Produce, a potato supplier in the United Kingdom, has reduced its water use to wash and polish its potatoes by 90% and electricity use by 40% as a result of a major equipment update provided by Haith.
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

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.
Potato wastewater could feed bacteria used to recycle high-tech devices

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.
DUCAM project (Wafilin and Avebe) wins Water Innovator of the Year award 2021

Avebe wins Water Innovation Award for its project 'Sustainable Concentration of Potato Juice with Membranes'

February 15, 2021
The winner of the 'Water Innovator of the Year' award was announced during the online conference Water Vision 2021. The three ideas selected were Mid Mix, Mezt and the DUCAM project (Avebe and Wafilin: Sustainable Concentration of Potato Juice with Membranes). The winning finalist: Avebe and Wafilin's DUCAM project
Report: The potato value chain in Morocco

Report: The potato value chain in Morocco

October 16, 2020
The Wageningen Research Foundation (WR), being subsidised by the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality in the context of the Policy Support 'Sustainable agricultural development in a food system approach' published a study on the potato value chain in Morocco.
Lamb Weston pulls back curtain with first-ever sustainability report

Lamb Weston pulls back curtain with first-ever sustainability report

July 16, 2020
The region’s largest potato processor sheds new light on french fry-making in its first-ever corporate sustainability report.
Vanmark Adds New Solutions to Address Peeler Water Usage and Treatment

Vanmark Adds New Solutions to Address Potato Peeler Water Usage and Treatment

February 18, 2020
Vanmark, an industrial potato and produce processing equipment manufacturer, has introduced two new machines that significantly reduce water treatment costs and usage from our line of abrasive peelers.
Pulsed Electric Field in Potato Processing: Impact on Sustainability

Pulsed Electric Field in Potato Processing: Impact on Sustainability

July 10, 2018
A recent study on the impact of Pulsed Electric Field treatment (PEF) in the potato processing industry has shown substantial benefits in comparison to the regular process using conventional pre-heaters.
Technology is crucial to enhanced sustainability

Technology is crucial to enhanced sustainability

January 17, 2018
With a rapidly expanding global population and limited food supply, it’s vital for food businesses to work more sustainably and stay profitable. Bjorn Thumas, director business development food, TOMRA Sorting Food offers his vision

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