A new campaign has been launched to highlights the many contributions made by British agriculture and horticulture - from food and the economy to the environment and cleaner energy.
Research released by Potato Council highlights that children get more Vitamin C, B1, B6, Folate, Iron, Magnesium and Potassium from potatoes than from the 5 superfoods beetroot, bananas, nuts, broccoli and avocado combined. All the nuts, seeds and nut products eaten by children (including peanut butter) provide 4 – 10 year olds in the UK with less Selenium than potatoes.
Win a plate of chips anywhere in the world to celebrate National Chip Week 2011! The phrase ‘singing for your supper’ is going to become a reality for one lucky chip lover who is going to be munching a plate of chips at their dream destination somewhere in the world - thanks to the launch of... (dry ice and drumroll please...) ‘Chip Factor’ by X-Factor’s ‘singing dustman’, Andy Abraham.
What's in your basket? Potatoes top the list of items most likely to attract! Kate Taylor, GQ & match.com relationship expert explains
Join Dawn and see how you can shed hours of wasted-time in the kitchen, every week! Wholesome, balanced diets and the hectic schedules of today’s time-poor women don’t usually go hand-in-hand but celeb fan, Dawn Porter, has taken up the potato healthy eating plan to show the nation just how easily potatoes can fit in to a busy lifestyle.