The Healthy Potato

Why Potatoes?

Potatoes are nutritious! They are also full of antioxidants that work to prevent diseases and vitamins that help your body function properly. Potatoes are low in calories, a great source of vitamin C, iron, fiber and an affordable source of potassium. Providing a fat free, gluten free option that aids in digestion and helps manage body weight.

Potatoes provide carbohydrates and energy for optimal athletic performance. Carbohydrates are the primary fuel source for your brain as well as a key source of energy for your muscles. Fuel up on potatoes!

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We’re providing product the way nature intended it to be. Natural! JUST pure and delicious potatoes.

Grade 2 potatoes are misunderstood potatoes ending up unused. Last year 400,000,000 potatoes didn’t make it to retail. We’ve invested in technologies and sorting equipment to help divert edible food waste slight blemishes and bring it to your table. Helping to make a difference.

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Did you know? Having just 1 CARROT gives you enough energy to walk 1 MILE.

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The Power of Parsnips

Parsnips are an excellent source of many important nutrients. They are high in antioxidants which helps prevent stress, cell damage and chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. They are also low in calories and saturated fats and packed with fiber! They aid in weight loss and support our immune systems.

The colder a parsnip gets the sweeter it tastes. The frost converts the starch in the vegetable to sugar.

Onions contain potent anti-viral properties, they’re natures antibiotics! The sulfur they contain is what makes them so healing to our body.

Sulfur compounds are the reason why onions have such a sharp, strong taste and smell. The sulfur is what create tears when chopping. However, this sulfur is vital in eliminating viruses in the body and helping reduce the level of cholesterol.

To truly benefit from all that onions have to offer they need to be consumed regularly! Start introducing onions in soups, salads, sandwiches, on meats and proteins. You can eat them raw, grilled, sautéed or pickled.

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Beets are delicious, versatile and highly nutritious.

Some benefits of beets include:

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