Irish Potato Growers Meet with Drop in Demand

As Ireland's economy improves and its population becomes too busy to cook, consumption of fresh market potatoes has been gradually declining. The result has been a decline in revenues for potato growers. Melissa Block talks with Kieran Leddy, horticulture and potato secretary with the Irish Farmers Association.

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