The marketing order authorizes quality regulations and container and pack regulations for potatoes grown in Idaho and Malheur County, Oregon. The order went into effect on September 3, 1941, and was last amended under formal rulemaking on June 5, 1995. View the full regulation.
- Quality Regulations: The marketing order authorizes grade, quality, maturity, and size regulations to maintain potato quality shipped to consumers. These requirements in effect under the marketing order also are applied to imports of long-type potatoes during each month of the year, due to 8e requirements.
- 8e Requirements: The 8e requirements specify that imported long-type potatoes must meet the same or comparable minimum grade, size, quality, and maturity requirements as those specified under this marketing order. Learn more about importing potatoes.
- Container and pack regulations: The marketing order authorizes regulations on the containers and pack used to ship potatoes to market.