Lower-carb eat­ing JUST GOT EAS­IER

Diabetic Living - - SPUD CLUB -

If you’re a potato lover you might have been giv­ing spuds a miss – wor­ried they were too high in carbs. Good news! Spud Lite is a new potato that has

25 per cent less carbs than an av­er­age potato.

Spud Lite is a golden, creamy potato that’s burst­ing with nu­tri­tion, is su­per tasty and in­cred­i­bly easy to pre­pare. Pro­vid­ing a light, creamy and non-earthy flavour when mashed, and a crisp, crunchy, soft pil­low tex­ture when roasted or fried, Spud Lite’s ver­sa­til­ity makes it the com­plete all-rounder.

Grown in South Aus­tralia, this potato va­ri­ety has come from nat­u­ral cross-pol­li­na­tion without any ge­netic mod­i­fi­ca­tion. The grow­ing pe­riod is

20-30 per cent shorter than most other va­ri­eties, which means it needs less main­te­nance and feed­ing. It has also con­sis­tently shown that it has a longer shelf life than many other pop­u­lar potato va­ri­eties – mean­ing less green­ing and less wastage.

A fur­ther ad­di­tion to the Spud Lite fam­ily is the small ver­sion packed with the same amount of nu­tri­tion and taste, the Baby Spud Lite.

Baby Spud Lite, like Spud Lite, is 25 per cent lower in carbs than the av­er­age potato and is per­fect to use in your favourite potato recipes.

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