Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Potato Pathology and Pests Section Meeting 2016 Takes Place in Scotland

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  The European Association for Potato Research (EAPR) organizes in Dundee Scotland, a scientific ...

An International Business Meeting for the Industry: PotatoEurope 2016

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 The 11th edition of PotatoEurope will be held on September 14-15 at Villers-Saint-Christophe, hal...

A Better Perspective on Potato Processing: AHDB Potatoes’ Next Generation Visited McCain

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  AHDB Potatoes’ Next Generation recently continued its exploration of Great Britain’s diverse po...

New Appointments at AHDB

New Appointments at AHDB

 Industry veteran Gary Taylor has been given a further two years on the Agriculture and Horticulture De...

Key Technology Promotes Bert Switten as Area Sales Manager

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Tong Reinforces Sales Division

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  Alice Tong, daughter of Chairman Charles Tong, has joined the family-run business, Tong Engineering....

How to Seal 6,000 Potato Packages Per Hour with Ultrasonic Technology

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  The German food company Wernsing Feinkost GmbH, based in Addrup-Essen near Oldenburg, seals 6,000 ba...

Key Technology Introduces VERYX Belt-Fed Digital Sorters

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  Key Technology introduces its VERYX belt-fed digital sorters, with a goal to improve product quality...

Technology Producers Make Drone Demonstrations at Potato Farm in Oregon

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 The Oregon UAS FutureFarm will host the first Ag Drone Rodeo in Pendleton, Oregon on August 18 -19, wh...

Avebe Starts the Potato Harvest Campaign

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New Potato Products Recently Launched Worldwide

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Ballreich Wins Best Potato Chip and Potato Stick

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  Potato producer Ballreich has recently been awarded for...

McDonald’s of the Future Serves Unlimited Fries

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Kiremko is the Main Supplier for New Project Linkage Farm Frites in China

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   Dutch engineering company Kiremko will be the main sup...

New Variety of Innate Potato Approved

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  The J.R. Simplot Company has completed a voluntary cons...

The Use of Nicotine-based Pesticides Limited in Minnesota

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  Seeking to reverse a decline in bees and other pollinat...

Greenpeace Issues Blacklist for Pesticides in EU

Greenpeace Issues Bl...

 Greenpeace Germany has recently published a new version o...

Costs of Developing GM Potatoes Comparable to Conventional Varieties

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  The cost of developing GM potato varieties is in fact n...

Scientists to Test Potatoes Grown in Mars and Moon Soils

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 Scientists of Wageningen University and Research (The Net...

Nearly all Americans consume much more sodium than they should, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

Most of the sodium comes from common restaurant or grocery store items.

The latest Vital Signs report finds that 10 types of foods are responsible for more than 40 percent of people's sodium intake.

The most common sources are breads and rolls, luncheon meat such as deli ham or turkey, pizza, poultry, soups, cheeseburgers and other sandwiches, cheese, pasta dishes, meat dishes such as meat loaf, and snack foods such as potato chips, pretzels and popcorn.

Some foods that are consumed several times a day, such as bread, add up to a lot of sodium even though each serving is not high in sodium.

"Too much sodium raises blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke," said CDC Director Thomas R. Frieden, M.D., M.P.H.

"These diseases kill more than 800,000 Americans each year and contribute an estimated $273 billion in health care costs."

The report notes that the average person consumes about 3,300 milligrams of sodium per day, not including any salt added at the table, which is more than twice the recommended limit for about half of Americans and 6 of every 10 adults.

The U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend limiting sodium intake to less than 2,300 milligrams per day. The recommendation is 1,500 milligrams per day for people aged 51 and older, and anyone with high blood pressure, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease, and African Americans.

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