Becoming one of the top potato producers in the world didn't happen overnight. Take a look at how we've grown:
When Blaine Larsen put his money down on 80 dry acres of Idaho desert, folks thought he'd never have a crop worth selling.
What no one knew was the same ancient forces that created nearby Yellowstone Park had also created the perfect conditions for America's #1 potato-soft, volcanic soil, unlimited mountain water, lots of warm days, and plenty of cool nights.
When people saw Mr. Larsen's potatoes, they were