A University of Idaho post-harvest physiologist along with counterparts at the U.S. Department of Agriculture and two other universities are breeding potatoes that fare better in cold storage than current varieties.


The breeding lines have resistance to cold-induced sweetening, which is the bane of potato chip manufacturers.


The varieties also can be stored at or below 42 degrees Fahrenheit and don't require sprout inhibitors.


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