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French company Select’Up joins Europatat

In a press release issued earlier today, Europatat says it warmly welcomes the French company Select’Up. Select’Up specialises in the growing, importing and exporting of potatoes, and joined Europatat this year.

Select’Up was established in 2006. It has since developed its own lab in the Beauce’s region of France.

The company says it has a clear objective: to combine trade and technology in order to satisfy the needs of both potato producers and packers.

Nowadays, this relative young company keeps growing thanks to a specialised and dynamic team of dedicated field technicians and sellers who stay in close contact with Select’Up customers.

With more than 10 years of experience and professionalism, Select’up has established a relationship of trust with 150 producers thus far. This makes it possible for the company to market more than 65,000 tonnes of potatoes annually, exporting to 12 European countries.

More about SelectUp here. And learn more about Europatat members here.

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