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Idaho Potato Commission releases limited-edition potato perfume

Idaho Potato Commission releases limited-edition potato perfume
The Idaho Potato commission releases a limited-edition fragrance, Frites by Idaho, designed to smell like French fries. Photo courtesy of the Idaho Potato Commission

Feb. 10 (UPI) -- The Idaho Potato Commission announced it is celebrating Valentine's Day and the state's signature crop with a limited-edition product: potato perfume.

The IPC said the fragrance, Frites by Idaho, is made from distilled Idaho potatoes and essential oils and is designed to smell like a fresh plate of French fries.

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"Whether you're at a drive through restaurant or dining in, it's near impossible to not grab a fry and take a bite before you dive into your meal. The smell is too good to resist," IPC President and CEO Jamey Higham said in a news release. "This perfume is a great gift for anyone who can't refuse a French fry."

The commission said the $1.89 bottles of the fragrance sold out quickly on the IPC website, but social media users can still enter an Instagram contest to win free bottles.

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