I work here ceclor bd 750mg preo This end of the county, with its sandy red soil, is perfect for growing “early” potatoes – that is, genuinely “new” potatoes that the Potato Council has been highlighting this year while encouraging us to “celebrate the British season”. Real new potatoes are not just small potatoes, they are a seasonal crop harvested between May and October and on the shelf within days. With their easily scraped skins, they don’t last in store – unlike potatoes grown at Tyrrells Court Farm, where the clay soil is heavier – and so are taken straight from the field and turned into crisps, with their jackets still on. They “lift” potatoes as close as possible to when the crisps are needed to capture their freshness, so local means everything. Tyrrells’s all-time record of lifting, processing and delivering crisps to Ludlow Food Centre farm shop took 43 minutes. This year, even seeds that were once sourced in Scotland or Yorkshire came from within 40 miles.