A versatile potato with a creamy melt in your mouth taste with just 10.8gms of carbohydrates per 100gms. Lotatoes™ can be enjoyed in many ways; try them boiled, baked or mashed, keep their skin on for added fibre.

Being virtually fat free makes them just better for you.

BALLE BROS

Balle Bros Group is made up of a passionate team of people whose mission is to grow and harvest nature’s bounty for the enjoyment and nourishment of all New Zealanders.

We believe there is no substitute for mother nature and growing the right things in the right places. This season’s Lotatoes have been grown on a farm in Ohakune taking advantage of the region’s unique attributes contributing to growing great potatoes – the fertile allophanic soil, the cool climate and the altitude of 800m.

“It’s all about real food, for real people, everyday”

MASTER & SONS LTD

Masters’ passion for farming began over 70 years ago. Nestled in the fertile rich volcanic soils of Franklin, this region is known as the vegetable bowl of New Zealand. Today , we grow a variety of potatoes, onions , greens and cover crops (including oats and barley) for markets across New Zealand and abroad.

Three generations strong, we pride ourselves in our steep heritage and at Masters we see ourselves as caretakers and custodians of the land, involved not just in growing produce but also sustainable land management. This involves improving soil health and nutrition by reducing the use of agrichemicals to produce a quality, safe and nutritious product for you, our consumers.

“Sustainably growing fresh quality produce for NZ and beyond”

To achieve BEST LOW CARB results

  1. Wash the potatoes leaving the skin on.
  2. Cut potatoes into 1cm thick slices.
  1. Place the sliced potatoes into hot (not boiling) water, then bring to boil.
  2. Cook for approximately 4 minutes or until the potatoes are firm but cooked thoroughly.

*Lotatoes™ potatoes contain 40% fewer calories and 40% fewer carbohydrates (per 100gms) than the commonly available Rua and Agria potato varieties.