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The potatoes of Maricruz and Joaquín

Units available: +100

Granada Highlands

Próximo envío:

Approx. 24-72h

Box 7kg

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Potatoes of the Spunta variety, one of the best known and appreciated all over the world. They are elongated, with a thin yellow skin and light flesh, and have a mild, buttery flavor. Cultivated by Joaquín and Maricruz with regenerative agriculture.

Its success comes from its good culinary quality. This potato is ideal in all kinds of dishes and suitable for boiling, baking, frying or mashing.

This type of tuber is a food rich in carbohydrates, so it provides a lot of energy, and is a great source of potassium. It also contains vitamin C, vitamin B, folic acid and minerals such as magnesium and iron.

Potatoes are harvested in July-August, although if well preserved, they can be consumed and kept all year round.

Maricruz and Joaquín practice regenerative agriculture. This means that they care not only about growing high quality organic products in a sustainable way, but also about taking care of the countryside. For example, they protect the vegetation cover of the soil, which they fertilise with dried organic manure. They also allow indigenous grazing and manage irrigation with water that comes down from the Sierra de Baza through natural irrigation channels.

How will they get there?
Your potatoes will arrive perfectly preserved in a 7kg box.

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Energy value: 104 Kcal 435 KJ
Proteins: 1,66 g
Carbohydrates: 19,36 g
of which sugars: 0,82 g
Fiber: 1,7 g
Fats: 2,4 g
of which saturated: 0,458 g
Sal: 0,64 g
  • Lhe potatoes should be stored in a dark a dark place, avoiding humidity, between 8Cº and 15Cº..
  • Re recommend keep them at a cloth bag or a wooden box permeable to air.
  • To freeze them boil them for 5 minutescool them with ice and ice and dry them very well before putting them put them in a freezer bag.


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