The B.I.C., Canada, province is now allowing the importation of potatoes in the country.
The potato, which is considered a vegetable, has been used in the past by the British, the Germans and the Russians.
However, the new policy is intended to be a last resort.
“The B.i.C.’s Potato Regulations are intended to provide a last-resort remedy to the import restrictions in place in the province of British Columbia,” said a statement from the province.
“This is not a substitute for the export licensing process or other regulatory mechanisms.”
Potato growers in B.D.
C said the new regulations are “unprecedented” and “unconscionable.”
The Biodiversity and Sustainability Institute, which supports the B.P.P., said the potato is a “crucial part of British Columbian agriculture.”
The institute has called on the province to “put an end to the restrictions that prevent the export of potatoes to the B-P.C.”