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Avebe Food

P.O. Box 15


9640 AA






Tel. +31 598 669111



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Avebe is a cooperative of 2,500 growers of starch potato in the Netherlands and Germany. Each year, the starch potatoes of those members are processed into high-grade ingredients based on potato starch and potato protein; they add value to food products but also to industrial applications worldwide. Avebe works continuously on developing new opportunities and applications based on starch potatoes and is focused on sustainable continuity. The company has 1,300 employees and production sites in the Netherlands, Germany and Sweden and sales offices in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The head office is in Veendam. Avebe is a registered trade name of Coöperatie AVEBE U.A. Find out more about Avebe, please visit www.avebe.com or follow Avebe on Twitter: @AVEBEGroup or LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/avebe

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Food Ingredients News 18 January 2019

Bitter yields: 2018 European drought impacts leading sugar producers

18 Jan 2019 --- The weaker sugar harvest of 2018, caused by drought in northern Europe, is weighing in on the market environment with the continent’s largest sugar producers reporting significant losses in the segment. The dip in revenues comes as the sugar sector is analyzing how to mitigate the effects of climate change with the threat of extreme weather events posing a risk to crops.

Food Ingredients News 03 December 2018

Potato potential: Avebe taps into plant-based trends with potato-based ingredient solutions at HiE 2018

03 Dec 2018 --- At this year’s HiE in Frankfurt, Avebe presented its newest concepts that tap into the trends towards plant-based food solutions. The company's potato-based ingredient solutions for meat and dairy substitutes seek to answer the lifestyle needs of many of today’s consumers such as allergen-free, vegan, low-fat, GMO-free and clean or clear labeling.

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