Organic Potatoes

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Basically Delicious!

Organic potatoes are earthy, delicious, and wholesome. Enjoy your favorite potato dressed up with fresh herbs, dipped into your favorite condiment, or topped with a dollop of sour cream. Mashed, roasted, fried, or baked, organic potatoes are available in several varieties.


Try All Our Varieties

  • PKG_BothPotatoes_600sqRussets

  • Red

  • Yellow

  • Ruby Crescent Fingerling

  • Russian Banana Fingerling

  • French Fingerling


Frequently Asked Questions

How should I store my potatoes?

Store potatoes in a cool, dark, well-ventilated place. Wait to wash potatoes until you are ready to use them, as dampness can promote early spoilage. Avoid storing onions and potatoes together, as potatoes will absorb onions’ moisture and ethylene. Ethylene is a gas that is harmless, odorless, tasteless, but it can cause potatoes to spoil faster.


How does each potato variety differ in taste?

Russets produce light, fluffy mashed potatoes. They also crisp up nicely when fried, and taste great baked or roasted. Because of their mild flavor, they pair well with a variety of toppings.
Red potatoes tend to stay firm through the cooking process. Leave the thin skins on for a touch of fun color and added texture in your mashed potatoes, stews, or potato salad.
Yellow potatoes have a buttery flavor and velvety texture. Their thin skins make them ideal for grilling, roasting, mashing, or adding to salads.
Ruby Crescent, a variety of fingerling potatoes, transform into a buttery texture when cooked. Try them sliced in half, roasted, and sprinkled with salt and pepper or with spicy ketchup.
Russian Banana, another fingerling variety, has a full-bodied, buttery flavor and a soft flesh. Try them grilled, baked, steamed, fried, or boiled.
French Fingerlings are perfectly built for roasting, grilling, or adding to soups and stews. They have a robust, earthy, buttery flavor when cooked.


Have more questions about organics?

We may have answers. Visit our Organic Certification page for more information.