May/June 2023

2023 Spudwoman of the Year a master of connecting the dots

Jeanne Debons has made a career of building bridges »

California farmers facing growing uncertainty

Potato farms face disease, weed challenges in wake of storms »

Positive addition: Potatoes can be a ‘better choice’

Idaho potatoes are first vegetable to participate in American Diabetes Association program »

Sustainability has always been front of mind for Heartland Farms

Pavelski family farm has deep roots in proactive conservation »
Bunch of Potatoes

US potato industry seeking inroads in Japan

Struggle to fully open Japanese market has gone on for almost 30 years »

Water stewardship crucial to growers’ operations

Farm sustainability is more than a drop in a bucket »

Where do chips and fries fit in UPF debate?

Defining ultra-processed foods can be tricky »

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Spudman May/June 2023 issue cover image, featuring the 2023 Spudwoman of the year
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