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Research: Potatoes wild with calcium

Have you ever cut into a potato to find a dark spot or hollow part? Early research shows that these defects are likely the result of calcium deficiencies in the potato -- and that tuber calcium is genetically linked to tuber quality. Neither consumers at grocery stores nor the companies that make potato chips and fries want these low calcium defects.[Read More...]

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