Company receives grant to help track potatoes

Company receives grant to help track potatoes

by
Mitch Coffman
March 5, 2012
Mitch Coffman
March 5, 2012

Arrowhead Potato Co. has received a grant from the federal government to help track where potatoes are being shipped, according to the Idaho Statesman. One of the rationales for the grant is that n the event that there is a health scare, tracking shipments can help the company locate its potatoes and contain the situation.

The grant was for $300,000 and will cover costs, including software, training, equipment, and labels used to keep track of the shipments.

The federal government has given out $40.2 million in similar grants within the last month throughout the United States.

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