These are floury potatoes.
They are good for potato chips and French Fries after a few months in storage.
No longer grown commercially as of 2006.
Saginaw Gold Potatoes were developed at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan in cooperation with Agriculture Canada in 1970 from a cross between Michibonne potatoes and a potato referred to as “MS321-38.”
During development, the potato was referred to as “MS002-171Y.”