We offer a wide assortment of products, sizes and packaging types—Try them all!
Choice doesn’t end with size – it also comes in a variety of flavors and organic offerings.
Just like wine, we’ve tested each variety of baby potatoes to identify their taste profile to help understand the taste and texture.
Creamy textures and tender skins create this blend’s flavor fusion
Golden flesh with a firm texture and rich, buttery flavor
A bouquet of flavors and textures from buttery to nutty
Bite-size potatoes are a vegetable packed with nutritional powers including Vitamin C, B6, Iron, Protein and provide more Potassium than a banana. Bite-size baby potatoes are a whole food, naturally gluten-free, high in fiber and rich in minerals with no additives or GMOs. Because they aren’t refined or have sugar added, they are a complex carbohydrate (good carbs) that is absorbed slowly into the body and keeps you feeling fuller longer with energy to burn.
Baby potatoes are naturally gluten‑free.
Our products are NOT genetically modified.
Source of Potassium
Potatoes are naturally filled with essential vitamins and minerals and a great source of potassium.
Low In Calories
Potatoes are naturally fat and cholesterol free and contain only 80 calories per serving.
ABOUT THE NUTRITION FACTS:
Nutrition information listed on this website might not match the information on the package you purchased– both are still accurate, just different. The nutrition information on some of our packaging is based on 148 grams per serving (average size of a medium russet potato and standardized by the USDA). We’re in the process of switching them over to be 110 grams per serving. This serving size is more suitable for bite-size potatoes of varying sizes.
PLEASE NOTE: Since potatoes within the packaging can vary slightly in size and density, the nutritional facts are based on an estimate of how many potatoes will be in the package, but does not account for potatoes that may have a higher density and account for more weight within any given package. To get the most accurate nutritional information, you’ll want to look more at the 110 grams rather than the estimate of the number of potatoes.