Fraserland Organics is made up of 3 families the Bow Chong Family (third Generation Delta farmers) the Harris Family ( fifth generation farmers) and Dhaliwal Family (Third Generation delta farmers). When we first started to explore organic agriculture in the early 90s we assumed that we would have to find organic inputs to substitute for chemical inputs. We soon learned that organic production was much more than that. On our farms, organic agriculture means building a diverse ecosystem of healthy soils, beneficial insects, plants and micro-organisms. We seek to use farming practices from before the advent of modern chemical agriculture and marry them with the latest equipment and technologies.
This yellow variety are excellent for boiling or baking. Colomba can be distinguished from other varieties due to its exceptional taste and interesting texture, which provides a wide range of uses. Colomba potatoes have exceptional taste and texture, with light yellow skins developing early over yellow flesh.
These red potatoes are excellent for baking or grilling. Fresh crop potatoes that we are going to wash and bag right here at The Organic Box. </br></br>Potatoes are a part of the Nightshade family of plants which includes tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, and tomatillos. They are a low calorie, high fibre staple that is a traditional source of food for many cultures. Not only loaded with B and C vitamins, potatoes are also rich in phytonutrients, potassium, and manganese. Just don't load them down with butter and gravy! Try roasting with a healthy oils and herbs.
The perfect potato for home-made french fries. </br></br>Russet potatoes are considered the classic French frying potato. It makes great baked potatoes and hashbrowns as well. They are a good source of carbohydrates, vitamins C and B6, folate, niacin, and potassium.
Colomba potatoes are distinguished by their yellow skin and flesh as well as round, slightly oval tubers. You can’t miss in the kitchen when using Colomba, as its unique taste and texture make it a rather universal potato variety. Both boiled or fried, Colomba will be an exceptional treat on your dinner table. When in doubt which type of potato to choose for the next culinary challenge Colomba is the safe way to go.