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The Finnish potato trader Luonnosta Oy joins Europatat!

Europatat warmly welcomes Luonnosta Finland Oy, a Finnish trading company in the potato and fruit and vegetable sectors. Luonnosta Finland Oy was founded in 1986, and nowadays is the biggest exporter of potatoes and vegetables in Finland. About half of the company´s...

The Spanish potato cooperative Udapa joins Europatat!

Europatat warmly welcomes Udapa, one of the top 5 potato traders and packers in the Spanish market. Udapa is a cooperative formed by farmers, business managers and a credit entity. It was founded in 1993 with the goal of innovating, improving and professionalising...

ADAPT project consortium meeting in Brno (Czechia) in October 2021

Europatat is part of an international consortium involved in the research project ADAPT (“Accelerated Development of multiple-stress tolerAnt PoTato”), which aims at developing new strategies to make potatoes fit for the challenging growth conditions of the future....

Europatat welcomes VLAM as new associated member

Europatat is glad to announce that VLAM has joined the association as an associated member. VLAM vzw is a private organisation that is recognised by the Belgian Flemish government as the only promotion centre for the promotion both in the internal and external markets...

Europatat signs EU Code of Conduct

Europatat has signed the EU Code of Conduct for Responsible Food Business and Marketing Practices, a voluntary initiative with which the European potato trade sector commits to contribute and support the transition towards a more sustainable food system that it has...

The Cypriot trader Optimus Land joins Europatat!

Europatat warmly welcomes Optimus Land, a company based in Liopetri – Famagusta – Red Villages Cyprus and specialised in the production of high-quality potatoes with a history in the potato trading for more than ten years. Optimus Land is making an effort to promote a...

ADAPT project – 2021 field trials’ progress report

Europatat is part of an international consortium involved in the research project ADAPT (“Accelerated Development of multiple-stress tolerAnt PoTato”), which aims at developing new strategies to make potatoes fit for the challenging growth conditions of the future....

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