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Transgenic Potatoes With Low Solanine Levels Via Gene Editing

Research published in Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology found that inhibiting the solanidine galactosyltransferase (sgt1...

Exploring Opportunities to Store Frozen Food at Higher Temperatures

Campden BRI was recently challenged by Nomad Foods to help them solve an important issue: Can frozen food products be stored at a...

22% of Americans Say They Consume Potatoes Several Times Per Week

Of the American population, 28% claim to eat potatoes once or twice a week, and 22% say they do so several times, weekly, accordin...

Novel Approach in Reducing a Carcinogen Produced When Cold-stored Potatoes Are Fried

A group of researchers headed by Jiming Jiang and David Douches, professors at Michigan State University (MSU), has made a signifi...

Fighting Novel Plant-parasitic Nematodes With the Help of NEM-EMERGE Project

Root-knot nematodes have spread further northward in Europe due to climate change and genetic selection, and controlling cyst nema...

PepsiCo Targets 15% Sodium Reduction in U.S. Lay’s Classic Potato Chips

As part of PepsiCo Positive (pep+), the company's end-to-end strategic change, PepsiCo, Inc. unveiled two new, ambitious nutrition...

U of I Begins Cryogenically Preserving Potato Germplasm

Staff members are receiving training from the University of Idaho's (U of I) Seed Potato Germplasm Program to operate a new cryopr...

New Global Standard for Regenerative Agriculture Certification from FoodChain ID

To assist farmers and their clients in the transition to a more sustainable supply chain, FoodChain ID, one of the top global prov...

Protecting UK Research on Crop Storage

A new network of post-harvest research institutions has been established across the UK as a result of the recent reduction of the...

Ohalo Genetics’ GMO Potato Can be Safely Grown and Bred in the U.S.

The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently examined a potato pla...

A Continuous ‘Arms Race’ Between the Potato Plant and Late Blight

To combat potato late blight (Phytophthora infestans), massive quantities of crop protection agents are administered all over the...

U.S. Consumers Turn to Frozen Food to Help Reduce Their Food Waste

Food waste is a significant and current worry for many consumers given that about 40% of all food produced in the U.S. is wasted....

Novel Approach to the Acrylamides Build-up Issue In Potato Chips Frying

When potatoes are fried, dangerous compounds known as acrylamides are formed. Aspects like the potatoes themselves, storage condit...

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