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Potato, Sweet Blue from Italy (Organic)

Weight: 500

There are over 500 different varieties of sweet potatoes found worldwide, featuring a diverse range of skin colours, including white, beige, blue, and brown, as well as flesh colours such as white, yellow, orange, or blue. The striking blue colour of Sweet Blue Potatoes is attributed to natural antioxidants known as anthocyanins. These compounds not only contribute to their vibrant appearance but also have the potential to provide health benefits.

The Sweet Blue Potato offers a gentle sweetness, accompanied by earthy undertones. In comparison to conventional sweet potatoes, these potatoes tend to be drier and have a starchier texture.


his is why Sweet Blue Potatoes typically require longer cooking times compared to regular sweet potatoes. The Sweet Blue Potato can be savoured in various culinary delights such as soups, oven-roasted dishes, fries, crisps, vegetable pancakes, rösti, gnocchi, and more. The possibilities are endless!


To keep your Sweet Blue Potatoes, store them in a cool, dark place with good ventilation. Avoid refrigeration, as it can alter their texture and flavour.

Organic European Label
Organic European

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