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A type of 'waxy' potato, developed in Northern Ireland and launched in 1982. Carlingford are termed as 2nd Earlies'. They have a good regular shape, and when young, are ideal for both potato salads and as new potatoes. When more mature, they are excellent boiled or roasted.

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