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Potatoes South Africa

Potatoes South Africa is a non-profit company incorporated under the South African Companies Act No 71 of 2008 whose main objective is to serve, protect and promote the interests of the South African potato industry.

In terms of its role in the potato industry, Potatoes South Africa operates as an organisation and its structure represents a network of participating role players and individuals who have the development and competitiveness of the industry at heart.

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+27 (0)12 349 1906
6 De Havilland Crescent, Persequor Techno Park, Persequor, Park Pretoria

Daily Market Prices

Please find the top 4 fresh produce market's prices below.

wdt_ID Market 07 December 2021 (R/10kg) 06 December 2021 (R/10kg) Difference

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Average weekly prices

For the average weekly prices and volumes for 10kg bags of potatoes sold on selected markets from selected production regions for the time period: 08 to 12 November 2021, click here.

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Prokon Statistics for October 2021

"The inspections on potatoes conducted on fresh produce is set out in the schedule below: The following data was received for October 2021 from all Fresh Produce markets." For the Prokon Statistics for October, click here. To read the Prokon…

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Harvest SA magazine [News]: Sept | Oct Edition

The "Heart Mark" is the most important statement of approval for potatoes yet. The Heart Mark endorsement programme is part of ongoing efforts by the Heart and Stroke foundation to reduce the number of deaths in South Africa from preventable…

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Spud turns sports nutrition product [Industry News, CHIPS]

Sport Spuds is a new woman-owned business founded by United States (US) endurance athlete, entrepreneur, and professional violinist, Alison James. Boasting the 'power of the potato', Sport Spuds and its first-of-a-kind organic sports nutrition product line mark the realisation of…

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