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White potatoes have been excluded from WIC since fruits and vegetables were first allowed under the program in 2009.
When yellow, purple, and white potatoes were ranked by a consumer panel, no significant differences in flavor or overall acceptance were observed.
Kevin said: "After starting to eat sweet potatoes as a healthier alternative to white potatoes, I was surprised I couldn't find anyone making sweet potato crisps.
For example, most white potatoes were packed similarly and the only real differences were paper vent view bags or poly with no specific call outs to much else.
In a May letter to Congress, APHA and other advocates spoke out against efforts to include white potatoes in the Women, Infants and Children Program, alter or delay implementation of meal standards in the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program, and weaken or delay rules to limit sugary drinks and snack foods in public schools.
Among other things, the SAP says the administration opposes language in the House bill that would allow white potatoes in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), establish a waiver process for schools to opt out of current nutrition requirements, and cut $62 million in funding from the president's fiscal 2015 budget request for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Q I don't eat white potatoes because I've heard they are bad for one's health, but my sister says she read that they can help lower blood pressure.
5kg bag of white potatoes (PS1), an onion (25p), a dash of milk and a little butter.
In addition to avoiding white flour, rice, and bread, they've decided to voluntarily remove white potatoes, white beans, cauliflower, and other nutrient-dense white foods from their diets.
We had a few white potatoes, and finished the row with those.
They claim that the specially hand-grafted plants produce more than 500 cherry tomatoes above the ground and heavy yields of white potatoes below.
Described as a "veg plot in a pot", the 'TomTato' can grow more than 500 sweet cherry tomatoes while producing white potatoes, the Independent reported.
Colleagues at the University of the Ryukyus previously discovered that passing an electrical current through white potatoes increased the polyphenol levels in those products by 60%.
Last September, white potatoes were named the largest and most affordable source of potassium per serving of any vegetable or fruit by researchers at the University of Washington, whose study was funded by the Denver-based United States Potato Board (USPB).
However, tomato paste and starchy vegetables including white potatoes still count as vegetables under the new standards.