Greenvale AP launches Flair mashing potato variety through Sainsbury's

Greenvale AP has launched a new potato variety through Sainsbury's that the specialist potato supplier claims is the finest for mashing on the market.

Flair mashed potato - image: Greenvale AP
Flair mashed potato - image: Greenvale AP
Grown in Britain by Greenvale growers, the Flair mashing potato is exclusively on sale now as part of the Taste the Difference range in 200 Sainsbury’s stores nationwide, currently priced at £2 for a 1.5kg bag.

Greenvale says Flair has consistently other traditional mash varieties in taste tests, with its aroma as well as smooth texture coming in for praise.

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