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Do you know where Idaho Potato Museum is?


Potato is one of the most common foods in our daily life, which is closely related to our life. Because of potatoes, our diet has become colorful. In the United States, there is also a museum dedicated to potatoes, which is the Idaho potato Museum.

Located in Blackfoot, the Idaho potato museum is designed to show the world the history of Idaho's potatoes and potato industry. Local residents engaged in potato industry often discuss the development of potato to local economy, how to let more people understand and pay attention to local potato, so the Museum came into being. Most of the exhibits in the museum are donated, among which the most concerned is the world's largest French fries, up to 64 cm, donated by Procter & Gamble Company in the United States. The museum also introduced in detail the nutritional components and value of potatoes, as well as various aspects of human health. In addition, there are also a variety of potato processing machines on display in the museum. Through the machines, potatoes have become a variety of special delicacies.

There is also a souvenir shop in the Idaho potato Museum, which sells all kinds of souvenirs related to potatoes, such as soap, T-shirts and accessories in the shape of potatoes. Interested tourists can buy them as souvenirs.

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