Head of the Idaho Potato Commission Voices Concerns over This Year’s Crop.

December 6, 2019

It seems like there’s a lot of folks that are concerned about whether or not they’re going to have french fries this year.

  • President and CEO of the Idaho Potato Commission Frank Muir speaking about America’s potato harvest.
  • Bad weather impacted this year’s crop, making it smaller than last years.
  • Why It Matters: Idaho produces about a third of America’s potatoes. And we all love french fries. Muir predicts we may see a small rise in prices, but the less than impressive crop should not have a significant impact on our menu options.

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