Otways farmer turns purple 'tater chip creator

"An Otways potato farmer has turned snack food mogul, expecting to make up to a million packets this year of purple crisps. Peter Scott could soon become the region's most famous person since another Otways potato farmer, Cliff Young, won the Sydney to Melbourne ultramarathon in 1983. And like Cliffy, Mr Scott's quest hasn't been a short sprint. He said it took six years of slog to find the purple potato variety most suited to be kettle-cooked to make crispy chips. The result is DK's Purple Potato Chips, named after his late farmer father, David Keith (DK) Scott." Read more

Caroline Webb Brisbane Times 13 Jan 2017

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