Baby potatoes are removed from the soil before they are fully developed. Due to this, they have a sweeter flavour.
Blue potatoes have blue flesh and skin with a slight purple tint. They are great for boiling, baking, and mashing and frying to make potato chips.
Fingerling potatoes grow small and narrow, and are fully mature when harvested. They have a similar taste to the common white potato.
Purple potatoes have deep violet, ink-colored skin and flesh. They have a dry, starchy, earthy, and slightly nutty flavour.
Red potatoes smooth-skinned with a waxy, firm, white flesh. The entire potato is edible.
White potatoes have starchy tasting tubers, and are staples of many meals internationally.