Commissioner Mike Strain.

The Louisiana Sweet Potato has a long and significant history in our great state. Since it is Louisiana’s largest vegetable crop, its economic impact is vitally important to the state as a whole and especially to rural communities where it is grown and processed. The on-farm value in 2013 was $48 million, which is nearly equal to all other vegetables grown in the state combined. But the Sweet Potato’s contribution to Louisiana is much more than just its economic value. Its long and storied history is as much a part of the culture of the Bayou State as Mardi Gras. Also when you add that it is the best, most nutritious Sweet Potato grown anywhere, you will always be impressed with its versatility and wholesomeness. So ENJOY the Louisiana Sweet Potato; YAM RIGHT Louisiana has the best!

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Physical Address:
Louisiana Sweet Potato Commission
5825 Florida Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70806

Mailing Address:
PO Box 3334
Baton Rouge, LA 70821

Telephone: (225) 922-1277
Fax: (225) 922-1289