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BLOG: Potato Starch – A Topic More Interesting than Ever

Potato starch is an area covered editorially by Potato Processing International magazine and, which we intend t...

BLOG: Is There a Healthy Outlook for the Potato Chip?

There is nothing quite like that delightful sound when the packet of potato chips (or crisps where I am) is opened and that first...

BLOG: Political Hot Potatoes

Food is international and, hopefully, non-political, writes Andre Erasmus. After all, potatoes are grown in nations as far apart a...

BLOG: Making the Market Work

While there seems to be a general air of optimism for the 2017 potato crop, things have not always been good writes Andre Erasmus,...

BLOG: Is Innovation Possible?

People outside our industry ask me where we are collecting our ideas about potato processing content, not having a clue of what is...

BLOG: Chipping in, naturally

   You could say we are spoilt for choice these days, in so many ways. Years ago, if you wanted a car it was a Ford (and it was bl...

BLOG: Making a Career Out of Potatoes

 Hot potato: a phrase that refers to a controversial issue or situation, which is awkward to deal with. Well, writes Andre Erasmus...

BLOG: Considering a Career in Potato Processing?

  There are some jobs that people view as desirable, writes Andre Erasmus. Like being a racecar driver, a top footballer, a pop st...

BLOG: Water Problems for Potato’s Future?

 It’s a funny thing, this world we live in. Dinosaurs have come and gone, the Dodo is extinct and the rhinoceros is in danger of b...


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