- Are your Potatoes or Onions ‘GMO’?
The simple answer is No. GMO means ‘genetically modified organism’. All the Potatoes & Onions we grow are Non-GMO (not genetically modified).
- What is the origin of your produce?
All of our Potatoes & Onions are grown in Washington and Oregon.
- What types of packaging do you offer?
We offer various forms of packaging, suitable for retail or commercial use.
- Do you need any outside carriers for shipping your produce?
At this time we are in no need of any outside shipping services.
- What’s the best way to store potatoes?
Store potatoes in a cool, well-ventilated place. Keep them out of the light, avoiding areas that reach high temperatures (beneath the sink or beside large appliances).
Perforated plastic bags and paper bags offer the best environment for extending shelf-life. Don’t wash potatoes before storing. Dampness promotes early spoilage.
- My potatoes have sprouted. Can I still eat them?
Sprouts are a sign that the potato is trying to grow. This condition is not harmful. Cut the sprouts away before cooking or eating the potato. Storing potatoes in a cool, dry, dark location that is well ventilated will reduce sprouting.
- What causes a Potato to turn green?
An overexposure to any light source, the most common being sunlight or flourescent lights. This causes the chemical solanine to accumulate in the skin of the Potato, turning it a green hue. This can also give a bitter taste, so it is best to cut away affected portions. The best way to avoid green potatoes, and keep them fresh– Store them in a cool, dry, and dark location.
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