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Potatoes are healthy


The potato is extremely healthy and nutritious by nature, which is why it has been an essential element of Western cuisine for centuries:
  • 100% vegan.
  • Very good Nutri-Score.
  • Not fattening: contains few carbohydrates and calories, especially compared to rice and pasta.
    • The potato: 17% carbohydrates, 76 kcal per 100 g
    • Rice: 28% carbohydrates, 130 kcal per 100 g
    • Pasta: 29% carbohydrates, 138 kcal per 100 g
  • Contains no fats or cholesterol.
  • Nut-free and gluten-free. This is exceptional for vegan products, which usually contain grains or nuts.
  • No E numbers.
  • Contains a lot of fibre, vitamin B6 and C.
  • Very low in sodium and salt.
  • If the potato were discovered today, it would be placed in the superfoods category: these are foods with a high nutrient content.

Potato cultivation is sustainable


Little water is needed to produce potatoes, and greenhouse gas emissions are very low, so the carbon footprint is smaller than for other crops.

Greenhouse gas emissions for potato cultivation are 85% lower than rice cultivation and 55% lower than pasta production.

In terms of water consumption, 130 l of water are needed to produce 1 kg of potatoes compared to 2,500 l to produce 1 kg of rice.

Moreover, potatoes predominantly come from local farmers, which means that transport to our factory is minimal.

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Pomfresh is a brand of Warnez Potatoes

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