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TOMRA Food: ‘Why we must rethink the potato for a sustainable use of resources’

We must change how we handle our resources. A rapidly growing population, increased demand for produce and the threat of climate change bring with them risks to the food supply chain, and new approaches must be looked at to enable a sustainable future, according to TOMRA Food in Europe.

Perhaps often overlooked within the food crisis though is the potato, which has long been a popular staple of Westernized diets and is now rising to prominence within new, emerging markets, TOMRA says in a recent news release.

The company further says that burgeoning demand is good for producers and processors – but is this increase from consumers feasible and stable with the current global state?

Thomas Molnar, VP, Head of Global Sales TOMRA Food Sorting, explores why we need to rethink how we produce potatoes.

A growing demand
A huge part of society

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