Saturday, 29 November 2014

EU promises measures for young farmers: access to credit, production factors and knowledge

The Agriculture Council of the European Union meeting which took place Monday had as main theme “Strengthening EU policies to support young farmers”. 

Prince Edward Island Potato Board awards tips in tampering case

The potato industry in Prince Edward Island (PEI) will offer a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for recent potato tampering incidents. 

Mackie’s Crisps choose Ishida technology for the new factory in Errol

Crisps manufacturer Mackie’s Crisps uses three Ishida iTPS (Integrated Total Packaging System) for snacks at the new factory in Inchcoonans in Errol, Perthshire, Scootland.

New Herbert distributor for Russia’s growing market

The company Rusbana Engineering, Moscow-based, is the new distributor appointed by Herbert Engineering, for Russia and surrounding countries.

Americans spend over 85 million dollars on potatoes for Thanksgiving

Fresh foods make up a big part of Thanksgiving dinner, so the Americans spend USD 85.7 million on potatoes and USD 41 million on onions to help add some color and flavor to the

Over 10 per cent more visitors than last year at Interpom | Primeurs

Over 10 per cent more visitors than last year at Interp...

The 17th edition of Interpom | Primeurs (event2/1097-visit-our-booth-at-interpom-primeurs) in KortrijkXpo,...

Americans spend over 85 million dollars on potatoes for Thanksgiving

Americans spend over 85 million dollars on potatoes for...

Fresh foods make up a big part of Thanksgiving dinner, so the Americans spend USD 85.7 million on potatoes...

The campaign Open Farm Sunday arrives to British Parliament

The campaign Open Farm Sunday arrives to British Parlia...

LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming), an organisation for more sustainable food and farming, launched it...

Technology producers Miedema and Dewulf fusion and form single team

Technology producers Miedema and Dewulf fusion and form...

The fusion between Dewulf and Miedema is to be completed this year, both companies announced. 

New production and distribution facility in Bratislava, Slovakia

New production and distribution facility in Bratislava,...

TOMRA Sorting Solutions, the sorting and processing technology company, andPrologis, Inc., the global l...

Florimond Desprez Group acquires Germicopa, a potato seed company

Florimond Desprez Group acquires Germicopa, a potato se...

Florimond Desprez Group acquired Germicopa, one of the most important French potato seed companies and ...

Tummers on their new logo: “We wanted a more professional and more modern look”

Tummers on their new logo: “We wanted a more profession...

Technology producer Tummers has recently changed the company’s corporate logo and explained the decision ...

tna launched intelli-weigh 0328 omega multi-head twin scale

tna launched intelli-weigh 0328 omega multi-head twin s...

Integrated food packaging and processing solutions provider, tna,has launched the tna   intelli-weigh 0...

New Herbert distributor for Russia’s growing market

New Herbert distributor for Russia’s growing market

The company Rusbana Engineering, Moscow-based, is the new distributor appointed by Herbert Engineering,...

Thanksgiving Feast, a new line of kettle-cooked potato chips

Thanksgiving Feast, ...

Boulder Canyon Foods introduces Thanksgiving Feast, a new ...

Potato Week 2014 to take place on October 6-12

Potato Week 2014 to ...

The dates for Potato Week 2014 are October 6-12 and the camp...

Kent Crisps Announces New Branding

Kent Crisps Announce...

AMC Foods announces the re-launch of their popular Kent Cr...

New DiversaCut 2110A Dicer on Display at SIAL in Paris

New DiversaCut 2110A...

Several Urschel cutting machines will be on display at Sal...

McDonald’s Japan Is Releasing Purple Sweet Potato McShake This Autumn

McDonald’s Japan Is ...

McDonald's Japan is rolling out a special purple sweet potat...

Armenia registered an important growth in potato exports in 2014

Armenia registered a...

Armenian potato exports totaled about 20,600 tons, compared ...

McDonald’s does not plan to use J.R. Simplot's GMO potatoes

McDonald’s does not ...

A huge debate is happening these days in the USA involving...

Prince Edward Island Potato Board awards tips in tampering case

Prince Edward Island...

The potato industry in Prince Edward Island (PEI) will off...

Farmers in Uzbekistan learn how to improve productivity and save water

Farmers in Uzbekista...

Two international organizations lead projects for Uzbekist...

BioSafe Systems Introduces Complete Potato Storage Protection Programme

BioSafe Systems Intr...

Following research and development, BioSafe Systems offers...

Ending a long stalemate, Congress approved three new trade agreements Wednesday evening, signing off on deals with South Korea, Colombia and Panama in an attempt to increase U.S. exports and create thousands of jobs.

Among the potential winners are U.S. agricultural producers who grow cherries, potatoes and apples -- big crops in Washington and the Northwest. Farmers expect sales to rise substantially when tariffs are lifted, reported The News Tribune.

"There is no question that these agreements will increase jobs," Rep. Doc Hastings, R-Wash., said in a speech on the House floor.

Mark Powers, vice president of the Yakima-based Northwest Horticultural Council, said, "We export 30 percent of the fruit we grow. This is quite important to the health of our industry."

The pacts, approved by wide margins in the House and Senate, represent the nation's biggest trade deals since passage of the controversial North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994.

In the House, the South Korean agreement passed 278 to 151, the Panama agreement by a vote of 300 to 129 and the Colombia agreement, 262 to 167.

Later in the Senate, with the support of Washington Democrats Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, the South Korean agreement passed 83 to 15, the Panama agreement by a vote of 77 to 22, and the Colombia agreement, 66 to 33.

President Obama, who lobbied hard for the agreements, said the South Korean trade pact alone -- the largest of the three -- would create 70,000 new jobs in the United States.

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