Registration opens September 5

Potato Expo is the largest conference and trade show for the potato industry held in North America. Network with key decision makers and international industry leaders, learn about the latest trends and innovations in the industry and grow your business!


The room block at Rosen Shingle Creek will open August 2017. Stay tuned for reservation information.

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Be aware of Housing Pirates! Do not book reservations by any other means than through the phone number or link above. The Potato Expo will not be making calls regarding room reservations. Any calls you may receive are unauthorized.

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Potato Expo Innovation Hub

Potato Expo has created this Innovation Hub for members of the potato industry and allied services (including retailers, marketing professionals, packaging companies, researchers, scientists, seed companies, etc.) to easily submit proposals to present an educational session at the Potato Expo 2018.

Potato Expo offers educational programming including numerous breakout sessions featuring experts from the potato industry, agriculture and academic communities who discuss the latest trends, research and issues facing the fresh, chip, process and seed sectors.

Watch an interview with John Keeling, Potato Expo President, where he
explains what the new Potato Expo Innovation Hub is all about.

Click here to submit your abstract through the Potato Expo Innovation Hub.

Exhibitor Updates:

Keep updated with all of the important exhibitor information.

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View photos from the Potato Expo 2017

“The Potato Expo provides take-home solutions for growers with farms from a few acres to thousands. Each time I attend I realize how important the Expo is to expanding my network.”

—Randy Hardy Hardy Farms | Oakley, Idaho

“To us it’s one of the most important shows in the nation. We meet with customers and growers, and talk to them so we can bring new solutions to them in the years to come.”

—Joel Lipsitch CropScience, a division of Bayer