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Where to Find Michigan Potatoes

Most store-brand potatoes in Michigan are locally sourced. Michigan potato farmers purchase their supplies locally and many are involved in community service.

Michigan’s climate and geography provide abundant amounts of rainfall and groundwater for potato cultivation. Michigan potatoes are proudly grown in the Great Lakes Basin with naturally pure water, in pockets of sandy soil formed by glaciers 14,000 years ago – making great conditions for potato cultivation.

Michigan potatoes are grown in over 40 counties across the state, from Iron Mountain to Sturgis and Monroe.

From mid-July through late October, potatoes are harvested across Michigan. Some of our potatoes go directly to market and others into storage, which means Michigan potatoes are available almost year-round.

Michigan potatoes travel much shorter distances from farm to consumer than those from popular potato states, resulting in a smaller carbon footprint.

Where Potatoes Are Grown
               Where Michigan Potatoes Are Grown

Food Service
For those looking to source Michigan potatoes in large quantities for food service, the Cultivate Michigan potato purchasing guide is a great resource. It includes information on sourcing from many of the wholesale distributors in Michigan.


For those looking to source Michigan potatoes for further processing into consumer ready products, please contact our office to assist in sourcing.

For those looking to source Michigan potatoes to supply a retail location, feel free to contact our office or any of our fresh market growers and shippers.