They are marketed as all-purpose.
They are popular in the southern US, particularly Florida.
They are mostly sold direct to consumers, though in the American south some are made into potato chips.
Sebago Potatoes were developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) at its Presque Isle Station, Maine, in 1932 from a cross between Katahdin potatoes and Chippewa potatoes.
Parent of Russet Sebago Potatoes.