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Keeping it Current Video Series

Keeping It Current is a periodic video series with short, topical conversations from the Potatoes USA staff. These provide you with information on what is happening in the world of potatoes in the U.S. and globally.

May 12, 2022

U.S. gains fresh potato access to Mexico

John Toaspern discusses the impact of gaining fresh potato access to all of Mexico, the years of effort that went into this, and the continued work that needs be done to keep the market open. More…

January 27, 2022

Turning retailers into potato advocates

Kayla Dome, Global Marketing Manager for Retail, discusses the new retail education videos that are now available to share with your local retailers, which in turn will help them sell more potatoes. More…

December 16, 2021

Buy U.S. campaign adds new material

Tiffany Thompson, International Foodservice Marketing Manager, discusses the exciting new updates to the Buy U.S. campaign that demonstrates the U.S. potato industry’s leadership position with international buyers. More…

December 8, 2021

The Potato Research Advisory Committee

John Lundeen, Research Director, and Alyssa Green, Research Communications, provide insight into what the Potato Research Advisory Committee is and how it benefits the U.S. potato industry. More…

October 21, 2021

Research on how consumers use recipes

Potatoes USA agency partner, Dina Paz, dives into what consumers are looking for when using a recipe in their home kitchen. The entire potato industry can use these insights as they develop and promote delicious potato recipes. More…

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