The potatoes have light buff-coloured skin that cleans up easily.
The flesh inside is white and waxy, making it a good table potato for boiling.
The plant delivers an early harvest. Above ground, it blooms with small white flowers with yellow centres.
Does not store well.
AC Belmont Potatoes were developed in 1967 by Agriculture Canada at its Fredericton Research Station in New Brunswick, Canada from a cross between potatoes named Raritan and F51013. Released 1991.