Eagle Eye Produce Begins Harvesting New Potato Crop
IDAHO FALLS, ID - If you’re from the U.S. when you hear “Idaho” the first thing that may come to mind is the crop the state is famous for—potatoes. Eagle Eye Produce, a top grower and shipper of the recognizable Idaho potato is ramping up its production with a new crop of russet, red, and yellow potatoes to bring consumers and retailers the sought after spuds.
“Growing conditions for this upcoming crop have been excellent,” said Coleman Oswald, Director of Sales. “We are enthusiastic about what we are seeing in the fields at this point, and we are eager to get this new season underway. In light of what we have seen thus far in 2020, we are hoping to have a very uneventful, smooth, and successful harvest.”
The yearly harvest has already kicked off, and Eagle Eye is working overtime to make sure that the most perfect potatoes possible are being shipped out. According to a press release, the company’s farmers are harvesting thousands of acres of crops and working to ensure that the potatoes are the right size, density, and texture.
Once the Idaho potatoes are harvested, Eagle Eye will roll out its new packaging styles, which include Harvest Select® half and half bags. The pack will be available for the red, yellow, and russet varieties of potatoes.
With a year-round growing program in full swing, and packing facilities throughout the country, Eagle Eye will be bringing quality potatoes to the produce aisle all year long. Further ensuring that consumers will be able to enjoy their favorite potato dishes no matter the season.
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