You might be surprised to learn that Americans eat a great deal fewer potatoes than they used to. Down from a high of around 80 pounds annually per person during the middle of the last century, people today eat only about 30-40 lbs per person per year in the United States. Not surprisingly, half of all the potatoes grown in the USA end up in chips,
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