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Kent’s Provenance Potatoes launches 2kg family bags

Kent based Provenance Potatoes is launching a 2kg retail pack, brilliantly sized for store shelves in farm shops and independent retailers across the South of the UK. The new retail pack is the perfect size for families, with the added bonus that the potatoes are locally grown and packed and support British farmers.

All Provenance Potatoes are washed, graded and packed using only the finest potatoes from the heart of Kent. The company works closely alongside farmers in the region and, as the name suggests, they know the exact provenance of every single potato grown from the field where it was harvested to the seed it originated from.

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“We are really excited to bring this product to market, we are dedicated to supporting potato farmers by making the process so much easier. By only working with the best growers we are proud to sell excellent potatoes from farmers who care for the land where they are grown. This new 2kg pack size works better for family portions, either in veg boxes or shopping baskets,” says Tracy Bush, managing director.

“Potatoes offer such a wonderful, affordable, healthy and versatile family food, from mashed to chips, roasties to wedges, hassle back to dauphinoise. Everyone loves potatoes!”

Both red and white potatoes will be offered in the new 2kg bags and available to retailers across the South East, for prices or more information on becoming a stockist please contact Tracy at [email protected]

Source: Provenance Potatoes

Lukie Pieterse, Editor and Publisher of Potato News Today

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