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Potatoes are one of our most popular crops. If eaten with the skin on potatoes are high in potassium. If combined with meat, dairy, or grains they will form a complete protein. Potatoes are a good source of complex carbohydrates.

Storage Tips

• Refrigerate baby new potatoes if not used within 2-3 days

• Most potatoes will hold at room temperature for up to two weeks.

• Store potatoes out of the light or skin will turn green.

• For long storage, keep potatoes at 45-50 degrees Find a dark, humid place.



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