10 lb bag
servings per container
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110 Calories. High in vitamin C (45% DV). Good source of vitamin B6 (10% DV). No fat / trans fat. No cholesterol. More potassium than a banana (Skins on 18% DV). Big bakin' taters. US No. 1. Foods high in potassium may help prevent high blood pressure and stroke. Foods high in vitamin C help build strong bones and teeth, heal cuts and scratches. Premium russet potatoes. Our promise is to provide you with the most naturally nutritious vegetables available. We welcome your comments! Please write us or visit www.rpeproduce.com. For recipes and additional information, contact: www.biggins.us. For more information on Biggins products or potato facts visit our website at: www.biggins.us Look for and ask for produce manager for other Biggins products. Biggins Singles. Biggins Sweet Potatoes. Biggins Triplets. Biggins Completes. Biggins Grillers. Responsible Farming Innovative Solutions.
Storage Suggestions: Keep potatoes in a cool, dark location. Refrigeration can darken potatoes when cooked and light will turn the potato green, creating a bitter taste. If potato has sprouts simply remove the sprouts by scrubbing potato prior to cooking.