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Next Commission Meeting

Next Commission Meeting

Wednesday, March 20, Eagle, Idaho. 

Industry Relations Director

Industry Relations Director

Your boots-on-the-ground contact on the Eastern side of the state. 

2019 Shippers & Processors Directory

2019 Shippers & Processors Directory

A comprehensive guide to shippers, processors and potato varieties in Idaho. 

Look For The Seal To Know It's Real

To be sure you're getting genuine, top-quality Idaho® potatoes, look for the "Grown In Idaho®" seal. Idaho's growing season of warm days and cool nights, ample mountain-fed irrigation and rich, volcanic soil, give Idaho® potatoes their unique texture, taste and dependable performance.

Industry News

Please visit this page to view the IPC’s proposed rulemaking and statute changes.

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University of Idaho Potato Research

Potatoes are a program of distinction within the University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Much of the research done at Kimberly is related to potato issues, including storage management, production and disease management.

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First Bite

Did you notice that the first bite of every great meal is always the potato? That's why it should always be an Idaho® potato because genuine Idaho® potatoes have the perfect taste and texture to get your meal started right!

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Videos

Our video library has how-to's and recipes from our blogger and chef friends, a glimpse into the farming of our state's most famous commodity as well as some videos thrown in just for fun. Check out all our videos here »

Not Your Average Stadium Steps

Not Your Average Stadium Steps

The Boise State Football team builds strength in their muscles and heart with Idaho® potatoes!

Potato Farmer's Poetry

Potato Farmer's Poetry

Here's a tribute to the love and labor Idaho® potato farmers put into bringing America's favorite potato from the farm to the plates of millions of people around the globe.

Potato Harvest

Potato Harvest

Idaho potatoes are brought in straight from the fields and unloaded on conveyor belts where the many spuds with defects or green, potato vines and dirt can be removed before going into larger semi-trucks to be delivered to potato processors or placed in storage for a year round crop.