News from the IPC "International" category
May 22, 2018
Industry Veteran Ross Johnson to Help Boost Idaho® Potato Sales Domestically and Internationally
EAGLE, Idaho, May 22, 2018 –The Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) is preparing for an expanded sales push both in the United States and abroad with the addition of Ross Johnson as the new IPC International Marketing Director.
Sep 14, 2017
Japan lifts Idaho potato ban
Original Source: Tom Karst, thepacker.com
Japan is lifting it 11-year old ban on Idaho fresh chipping potatoes.
Access was revoked in 2006 soon after the Japanese market opened for the first time for U.S. potatoes when the pale potato cyst nematode was found in Idaho.
Japantoday.com reported Sept. 13 that the government of Japan opened the doors for fresh imports from Idaho for the first time since 2006, with Japanese officials citing reduced pest risks associated with the pale potato cyst nematode.
Sep 14, 2017
Myanmar Grants U.S. Potato Market Access
Original Source: potatogrower.com
In an announcement on its website, the Myanmar Ministry of Agriculture formally approved U.S. seed and fresh potatoes for importation as of Aug. 21, 2017. U.S. potatoes are the first U.S.-origin horticulture product to be approved under Myanmar’s pest risk assessment (PRA) requirement, which came into effect on Jan. 1. Potatoes USA experts prepared the potato pest documentation for USDA submission to Myanmar to accelerate the process.
Jul 25, 2017
Potatoes Around The World #7
Guatemala, El Salvador culinary festivals highlight Idaho® potatoes
International IPC Website Debuts
IPC Latin America Website Gets a Makeover
Idaho Dehy Products Hit China Retail Shelves
Malaysia/Singapore Distributors Get Training in Transportation Risk Mitigation
New IPC Export Infographic Available for Download
Export Tip: When in Rome ...
Jan 11, 2017
Idaho® Potatoes Around The World #3
Potato Export Seminar
REGISTER TODAY for the Potato Export Seminar on January 19th in Pocatello.
Follow the above hyperlink to register. Please include the name, company and area of responsibility for each participant.
Growers, Shippers and Processors welcome!