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The potato category offers a wide variety of options, mostly distinguishable by size and color. From the familiar russet to the red new potatoes to the yellow yukon gold variety, consumers can find the right potato for their palates.
Only produce that is certified under USDA’s National Organic Program as organic can be sold as “certified organic.” If a retailer sells organic produce that is not certified, yet claims it is, the retailer is breaking the law.
Carrot varieties differ little in taste or appearance. Baby carrots are not a variety of their own. They are simply large carrots cut down to smaller size. Some specialty varieties exist, such as the maroon carrot.
Three groups of cultivated raspberries are grown in North America: red raspberries, a native European berry; black raspberries or blackcaps, a North American native fruit; and purple canes, a range of hybrids between the two groups.