A gluten free food. Hearty. Wholesome. Healthy. No sodium. High in vitamin C. No fat. Fresh from our family farm. Est 1905. Fifth Generation Family Farm: The Folson Family potato-growing heritage extends back to 1905 when Nels Folson of hoople, North Dakota, became the state’s first commercial potato grower. Nels laid a foundation that his son, Charlie, would build upon. In 1952, Charlie’s son, Richard Bud Folson, followed in his father’s footsteps by incorporating his own potato farming venture in the Red River Valley. Bud always enjoyed producing Red River Reds for the marketplace. As time moved along and retail markets evolved, Bud’s son, Bryan, diversified the operation’s red potato varieties and added yellow potatoes to production. Bryan’s fifth-generation sons are now learning the potato industry and continuing the family legacy. Everyone at Folson Farms appreciates the hard work, innovation, and sacrifice that these men put forth to succeed. The Folson family strives to maintain their tradition of excellence. Produce of USA.

Folsons Finest Potatoes, Yellow - 5 Pound

$5.88$1.18/lb

Description

A gluten free food. Hearty. Wholesome. Healthy. No sodium. High in vitamin C. No fat. Fresh from our family farm. Est 1905. Fifth Generation Family Farm: The Folson Family potato-growing heritage extends back to 1905 when Nels Folson of hoople, North Dakota, became the state’s first commercial potato grower. Nels laid a foundation that his son, Charlie, would build upon. In 1952, Charlie’s son, Richard Bud Folson, followed in his father’s footsteps by incorporating his own potato farming venture in the Red River Valley. Bud always enjoyed producing Red River Reds for the marketplace. As time moved along and retail markets evolved, Bud’s son, Bryan, diversified the operation’s red potato varieties and added yellow potatoes to production. Bryan’s fifth-generation sons are now learning the potato industry and continuing the family legacy. Everyone at Folson Farms appreciates the hard work, innovation, and sacrifice that these men put forth to succeed. The Folson family strives to maintain their tradition of excellence. Produce of USA.

110kcal

Calories

0g

Total Fat

1g

Total Sugars

0mg

Sodium
Nutrition Facts
servings pr container
Amount Per Serving
Calories
110
% Daily Values *
Total Fat0g
0 %
Saturated Fat0g
%
Trans Fat0g
Cholesterol0mg
0 %
Sodium0mg
0 %
Total Carbohydrate26g
9 %
Dietary Fiber2g
7%
Total Sugars1g
Protein3g
6 %
Calcium20mg
2%
Iron1.1mg
6 %
Potassium620mg
15 %
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Product Number: 00033383533100

Description

A gluten free food. Hearty. Wholesome. Healthy. No sodium. High in vitamin C. No fat. Fresh from our family farm. Est 1905. Fifth Generation Family Farm: The Folson Family potato-growing heritage extends back to 1905 when Nels Folson of hoople, North Dakota, became the state’s first commercial potato grower. Nels laid a foundation that his son, Charlie, would build upon. In 1952, Charlie’s son, Richard Bud Folson, followed in his father’s footsteps by incorporating his own potato farming venture in the Red River Valley. Bud always enjoyed producing Red River Reds for the marketplace. As time moved along and retail markets evolved, Bud’s son, Bryan, diversified the operation’s red potato varieties and added yellow potatoes to production. Bryan’s fifth-generation sons are now learning the potato industry and continuing the family legacy. Everyone at Folson Farms appreciates the hard work, innovation, and sacrifice that these men put forth to succeed. The Folson family strives to maintain their tradition of excellence. Produce of USA.
Product Number: 00033383533100