A crop like no other.
The potato has a vast and varied history—first cultivated and worshipped by the Incas, then demonized in early Europe, making it to America in the late Seventeenth Century, and currently one of the most important food resources on the planet. Why? Potatoes are easy to grow, have a variety of flavors and uses, and—unlike any other major crop—they harbor the majority of vitamins needed for sustenance.
During the past 100 years, Bushmans’ has done honor to the history of the potato—using the most advanced food safety technologies, preserving the soils that provide our bounty, and offering the finest tubers—Russets, reds, whites and yellows.