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Can I buy Soraya seed potatoes in UK?

I have grown my own potatoes for domestic consumption for years but none of them compares in flavour to a variety I bought from a supermarket a few weeks ago, Soraya. They were absolutely delicious and made superb roasts and oven chips! These potatoes were from a supplier in East Anglia and my online research suggests that Soraya is a commonly grown variety elsewhere in Europe and the USA. I would love to grow them here in the Scottish Borders, from certified seed. However I cannot identify any suppliers of Soraya seed potatoes in the UK. Can anyone help? Many thanks!

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  • Hi - di you manage to find these anywhere - we are trying to source some too1
  • derbyduckderbyduck Posts: 137
    why not sow some from the super market ?  DD
  • derbyduckderbyduck Posts: 137
    sorry for late reply! iv'e not been able to get on here for ages .
  • Tesco have soraya potatoes in stock at the moment
  • Soraya potatoes grown by John Rix Essex
  • Ladybird4Ladybird4 Third rock from the sunPosts: 32,190
    Also my favourite potato of the moment. Soraya makes the best baked potatoes ever. Good luck with your hunt for a supplier.
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  • DingerDinger Nor FlondonPosts: 4
    Soraya are only sold commercially by the tonne.  Best option is to wait until they are on special at Tesco at reduced price and buy a couple of bags.  That's what I did this year and had a pretty good yield.
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