News from the IPC "Foodservice" category

FOR POTATO LOVER’S MONTH, PUT A NEW SPIN ON POTATO PREPARATIONS

Jan 24, 2017
FOR POTATO LOVER’S MONTH, PUT A NEW SPIN ON POTATO PREPARATIONS

Spiralized Idaho® Potatoes Take Texture and Presentation to the Next Level

Eagle ID (February 2017)—Every Potato Lover’s Month (February), the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) explores Idaho® Potato versatility from a different and exciting angle. For 2017, we’re showcasing spiralizing, a preparation method that gives Idaho® Potatoes a whole new look. Spiralizing turns our top quality potatoes into all natural, single-ingredient noodles that are heart-healthy, gluten-free and vegan/vegetarian-friendly, making them an ideal ingredient for signature appetizers, salads and entrees.

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IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION OFFERS CULINARY TIPS FOR MAKING

Nov 10, 2016
IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION OFFERS CULINARY TIPS FOR MAKING

Eagle ID (November 2016)—When time is short in a hectic kitchen, the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) has created a basic and resource for chefs and culinary students that need experienced guidance for producing perfect mashed potatoes and crisp French fries from frozen potatoes.

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DR. POTATO IS ALWAYS ON CALL FOR IDAHO® POTATO QUESTIONS

Aug 23, 2016
DR. POTATO IS ALWAYS ON CALL FOR IDAHO® POTATO QUESTIONS

Eagle ID (August 2016)—When reviewing the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) website analytics for the past year (August 2015-August 2016), IPC staff wasn’t surprised to find that Dr. Potato (alias Don Odiorne, Vice President-Foodservice) had garnered 959,328 page views, nearly 50% of all www.idahopotato.com views.

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WARM UP FALL MENUS WITH LOADED IDAHO® POTATOES

Jul 18, 2016
WARM UP FALL MENUS WITH LOADED IDAHO® POTATOES

WARM UP FALL MENUS WITH LOADED IDAHO® POTATOES  

Eagle ID (July 2016)—The loaded Idaho® potato is a menu tradition that never ages or wanes in popularity.  Across the country, chefs channel their creativity into tempting toppings that complement the light fluffy texture of a perfectly baked Idaho® Russet. Adding to their customer appeal, loaded potatoes can meet a variety of menu needs. Depending on the size, a loaded potato could serve as an individual appetizer (6-8 ounce) or a satisfying entrée (8-11 ounce).

 

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IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION “BUILD A BAKER” WEB PAGE DELIVERS  NUTRITION MESSAGING TO KIDS IN EASY BITES

May 17, 2016
IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION “BUILD A BAKER” WEB PAGE DELIVERS NUTRITION MESSAGING TO KIDS IN EASY BITES

IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION “BUILD A BAKER” WEB PAGE DELIVERS

NUTRITION MESSAGING TO KIDS IN EASY BITES

Eagle ID (May 2016)—Teaching nutrition to kids can be problematic. While the topic galvanizes adults, kids need a little help to engage. So make nutrition intriguing and interactive with Build a Baker, a web page created by the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) to help kids make healthy menu choices. Potatoes often get a bad nutrition rap, when, in fact, potatoes are a nutrient-dense vegetable. A healthy diet that includes potatoes starts with preparation and toppings.

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NEED APPETIZER INSPIRATION? KEEP IDAHO® POTATO SKINS AT THE READY

Apr 21, 2016
NEED APPETIZER INSPIRATION? KEEP IDAHO® POTATO SKINS AT THE READY

Eagle ID (April 2016) — Repeat orders will tell you: the popularity of potato skin appetizers never wavers. Built from cost-effective ingredients and easy to assemble, potato skins can be customized to fit any operation and menu style.

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2016 “PASSIONATE ABOUT POTATOES” CHEF RECIPE CARDS NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION

Mar 17, 2016
2016 “PASSIONATE ABOUT POTATOES” CHEF RECIPE CARDS NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION

Eagle ID (March 2016)—For five years, chefs across the country have spread the word about Idaho® potato popularity, profitability and infinite versatility in the Idaho Potato Commission “Passionate About Potatoes” ad series. For 2016, the series features seven new chefs, seven exciting new potato menu concepts, and a bold new look. And now, these signature recipes are collected in a “Passionate About Potatoes” recipe card set.

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WHY IDAHO? POTATO LOVER’S MONTH IS A GOOD TIME TO FIND OUT!

Dec 14, 2015
WHY IDAHO? POTATO LOVER’S MONTH IS A GOOD TIME TO FIND OUT!

Eagle ID (December 2015) — February is Potato Lover’s Month! For most foodservice customers, mention potato and that means Idaho® Potatoes. In fact, 9 out of 10 American customers say they associate potatoes with Idaho more than any other state, and 72% would be inclined to eat Idaho® potatoes over potatoes from other states.*

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STANLEY TROUT JOINS IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION AS FOODSERVICE PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR/SOUTHEAST

Dec 1, 2015
STANLEY TROUT JOINS IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION AS FOODSERVICE PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR/SOUTHEAST

STANLEY TROUT JOINS IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION AS FOODSERVICE PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR/SOUTHEAST 

Eagle ID (December 2015)—On December 1, 2015, Stanley Trout joins the Idaho Potato Commission (IPC) foodservice marketing team as Promotions Director for the Southeast, based in Nashville, TN. Working closely with Don Odiorne, Vice President-Foodservice and the other regional foodservice promotion directors, Trout will lead the marketing outreach to distributors and produce specialists in his territory, as well as conduct Idaho® potato product seminars and educational sessions, and represent the brand and industry at foodservice trade shows.

 

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IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION FOODSERVICE CALENDAR OFFERS INNOVATIVE POTATO DISHES FROM TWELVE CHEFS

Nov 18, 2015
IDAHO POTATO COMMISSION FOODSERVICE CALENDAR OFFERS INNOVATIVE POTATO DISHES FROM TWELVE CHEFS

Join the 9 out of 10 chefs who hang it in their kitchens.* Order yours now!

Eagle ID (November 2015) — An acknowledged favorite of foodservice customers, chefs continually look for new and exciting ways to present potatoes on the menu. With Idaho the leading source for quality Russet, Red, Yukon Gold and other varietal potatoes, giving 12 chefs the mandate to create innovative dishes for the Idaho Potato Commission’s (IPC) Passionate About Potatoes calendar is a welcome challenge for chefs across the country.

 

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