White Potato


These starchy root vegetable are a global staple, dense and fluffy, white potatoes are a favorite in many cuisines. They're extremely versatile, you can simply season and bake them, add them to beef up dishes like curries and stews, and much more.

These potatoes aren't known for their nutritional contents, but do have a modest amount of vitamins and minerals. Their primary use is for their energy rich, starchy carbohydrates. Despite the flesh not being too high in antioxidants, if eaten with the skin this does boost the antioxidant contents.

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Water75.43 g
Energy92 kcal
4 %
Protein2.1 g
Fats0.15 g
Carbs21.08 g
Fiber2.1 g
Sugars1.53 g
Calcium10 mg
1 %
Iron0.64 mg
4 %
Magnesium27 mg
8 %
Phosphorus75 mg
6 %
Potassium544 mg
12 %
Sodium7 mg
Zinc0.35 mg
4 %
Copper0.127 mg
14 %
Manganese0.189 mg
12 %
Selenium0.5 µg
1 %
Vit C12.6 mg
19 %
Thiamin0.048 mg
5 %
Riboflavin0.043 mg
4 %
Niacin1.528 mg
11 %
Vit B60.211 mg
18 %
Folate38 µg
10 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A1 µg
Vit E0.04 mg
Vit D0 µg
Vit K2.7 µg
4 %
Sat Fat0.04 g
Mono Fat0.003 g
Poly Fat0.066 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg