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  • Americans fall out of love with the potato
  • Americans fall out of love with the potato
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Americans fall out of love with the potato

Potatoes may seem like a staple part of the average diet, but they're playing a smaller and smaller role in the eating habits of the average American. With less time to cook, and a rising interest in healthy eating, the spud is suffering a nose dive in popularity.

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