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- What kinds of potatoes are available?
- Where do I find the expiration date?
- How do I store your little potatoes?
- Does The Little Potato Company Ltd use genetically modified seeds (GMO)?
- Where do you grow the potatoes?
- What is the nutritional value of a potato?
- How long has The Little Potato Company been in business?
- What are some creative recipes?
- What makes The Little Potato Company special?
- Can I plant these potatoes?
What kinds of potatoes are available?
The Little Potato Company has six distinct varieties of Creamer potatoes, each with a unique taste, texture and appearance. We love that each variety is so different in its own way.
We also have convenient Microwave Ready and Roasting Ready which offer freshly steamed, perfectly seasoned potatoes with no fuss, no muss.
Find out more about our Creamer potatoes.
Where do I find the expiration date?
View the Julian Calendar 2017 to see the packed on date.
How do I store your little potatoes?
For best results, store our little potatoes in a cool, dry and dark place that is well ventilated. Optimal temperature should be around 4ºC (39ºF). This should allow them to last for several weeks.
Recommended Article: How to Store Potatoes
Does The Little Potato Company Ltd use genetically modified seeds (GMO)?
No. At The Little Potato Company, we use traditional potato breeding, which involves the natural cross-pollination of cells to produce a new potato plant. We do not use GMOs or any form of genetic modification to produce our potatoes.
Where do you grow the potatoes?
We grow our potatoes in Canada and the United States, close to our customers. We think it’s important people know where their food comes from. We encourage you to find out more about our growers.
What is the nutritional value of a potato?
A single serving of our potatoes contains:
- Only 90 calories
- More potassium than a banana
- More fibre than pasta
- Good source of iron
- No fat
- No sodium
- No cholesterol
More Information: Potato Nutrition
How long has The Little Potato Company been in business?
The Little Potato Company has been in operation since 1996. The company started when Jacob and his daughter Angela set out to see if the potatoes Jacob loved as a boy in Holland could be grown here in North America. They sold their first crop at a farmers market, but today you can find The Little Potato Company potatoes in supermarkets and restaurants across Canada and the United States.
Check out our story.
What are some creative recipes?
Check out our recipes section. You can find lots of tasty dishes there, both from our own kitchen and from the kitchens of our fans. Also, you can always ask us your culinary questions.
What makes The Little Potato Company special?
Aw, shucks. That kind of question makes us blush. But since you asked, here’s a top three:
We’re committed to the quality of our potatoes. Check out how we grow them.
We’re the only company in North America to specialize in growing only little potatoes. (Some others sell so-called “little” potatoes, but they’re actually early culls or off-grades from their regular sized potato plants. Our varieties stay perfectly small at full maturity.)
We have six potato varieties that we own the proprietary rights to. We’re the only company that can grow these specific beauties.
Ok, that’s enough. Now we’re really blushing. If you’d like to hear more, you can always check out what makes us different.
Can I plant these potatoes?
You could, but they won’t result in any potato plants. That’s because the potatoes we sell are table potatoes, not seed potatoes. Seed potatoes sprout quickly and are used for growing potato plants.