Idaho potato processor sets product quality goal, installs six gravity-feed metal detectors
Growing scrutiny of food products as well as increased production led a potato processor to examine metal detection methods and install a new detector system with computerized rejection documentation.
Idaho Supreme, a potato processor, supplies bulk potato meal, flour, and dehydrated flakes to major American and Japanese processors for use in potato chip and snack products. Idaho Supreme also makes dehydrated sliced potato products such as au gratin and scalloped potato mixes. The company packages [but doesn't process] several stuffing and pasta mixes for private label or store brand retail sales and also markets retail products under the Idaho Supreme and Mom's Choice brand names.