Sunday, 20 April 2014

Spring Cleaning Time!

Getting a storage facility ready for the new crop includes several steps, among which: cleaning, servicing and repairs, and ensuring proper adjustments and placement of equipment.

Potato Prices Soar in Australia Due to Extreme Weather

  Bad weather has caused the potato shortage currently affecting Australia, which is reflected in increased costs for washed potatoes.

Great Place to Work Ranks Tomra in Norway’s Top 10

Global human resources consulting, research and training firm specialising in organisational trust Great Place to Work® has recently announced the lists of best workplaces in Norway and names Tomra 7th best medium-sized workplace in

Wind Turbine to Power Greenvale Potato Packaging Plant

Greenvale, the UK’s leading supplier of fresh potatoes, and renewable energy company, Triodos Renewables Plc, announced the completion of a deal to build a wind turbine.

India Potato Expo Starts

India Potato Expo Starts

The international exhibition on potato production, storage and processing technologies launches its thir...

Sochi Winter Olympics  Fuelled by Lamb Weston Potatoes

Sochi Winter Olympics Fue...

An extensive number of food and beverage outlets in and around Sochi will be serving Lamb Weston premium...

Interpack 2014 Preview: New Event Introduced

Interpack 2014 Preview: Ne...

  Components for processing and packaging have a new section dedicated to suppliers at Interpack, which i...

Key Technology Appoints Cedric Simmons as Area Sales Manager for the Southeast United States

Key Technology Appoints Ce...

Key Technology announced its new area sales manager for the Southeast U.S., Cedric Simmons – who is res...

Great Place to Work Ranks Tomra in Norway’s Top 10

Great Place to Work Ranks ...

Global human resources consulting, research and training firm specialising in organisational trust Grea...

Potato Prices Soar in Australia Due to Extreme Weather

Potato Prices Soar in Aust...

  Bad weather has caused the potato shortage currently affecting Australia, which is reflected in incr...

Wind Turbine to Power Greenvale Potato Packaging Plant

Wind Turbine to Power Gree...

Greenvale, the UK’s leading supplier of fresh potatoes, and renewable energy company, Triodos Renewable...

Key Technology Showcases Digital Sorting and Specialised Conveying at interpack

Key Technology Showcases D...

Key Technology will exhibit its Python laser sorter and Impulse® electromagnetic conveyor at interpack ...

GEA Food Solutions at Interpack : ‘We Process and Pack It All’

GEA Food Solutions at Inte...

GEA Food Solution’s equipment on display on stand B09 in Hall 7a at interpack reinforces the statement ...

 Kiremko’s Sliver Remover Gets Upgraded

Kiremko’s Sliver Re...

The Kiremko sliver remover has undergone a major innovatio...

Lamb Weston Introduces Sweet ‘n Savour Fries Range

Lamb Weston Introduc...

Lamb Weston has introduced a new Sweet Potato Fries range: S...

Cutting Equipment Delivers Themed Potato Slices

Cutting Equipment De...

Tummers Methodic aims to meet theme potato seasonal trends b...

tna To Highlight High Performance Packaging Solutions at Interpack 2014

tna To Highlight Hig...

Visitors attending Interpack in May 8-14 will be able to e...

Key Technology Introduces Sort-to-Grade for All G6 Optical Sorters

Key Technology Intro...

Key Technology announces its new potato strips Sort-to-Gra...

Developing Tailor Made Warehouses at CeMAT Stands

Developing Tailor Ma...

International system integrator viastore systems will be p...

Spring Cleaning Time!

Spring Cleaning Time...

Getting a storage facility ready for the new crop includes...

New Intelligent Storage Automation

New Intelligent Stor...

Omnivent launches OmniCuro, its new storage automation ava...

All in Check

All in Check

The longevity of potatoes in storage is dependent on many ...

Making Things Work

Making Things Work

Sprouting and rotting tubers can be the bane of any potato...

Global food prices, which were about 24% higher on average in 2011 than they were in 2010, are expected to decline in 2012 on increasing supplies although they still remain volatile, according to the World Bank.

 

"Prospects for decline in 2012 food prices remain favorable, due to weaker consumer demand as a result of a sluggish global economy, expected declines in the price of energy and crude oil, and strong forecasts for 2012 food supplies," the World Bank said in its "Food Price Watch" report issued Jan. 31.

An encouraging sign for 2012 prospects was an 8% decline in global food prices during September-December 2011, the World Bank said.

"The worst food price increases may be over but we must remain vigilant," said Otaviano Canuto, vice-president for poverty reduction and economic management at the World Bank.

"Prices of certain foods remain dangerously high in many countries, leaving millions of people at risk of malnutrition and hunger. Governments must step up to the plate and implement policies to help people cope."

Among the factors that may cause upward price pressure in 2012 are a possible increase in demand for biofuels, low stocks-to-use levels for maize, volatility in oil prices as a result of unrest in producer countries and weather changes, the World Bank said.

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