There is a potato problem in New Zealand. Potato chip lovers are calling it a "chipocalypse". A very wet winter has hit potato farmers. In some areas, farmers lost a third of the potatoes used to make potato chips. Companies will make fewer potato chips. The price of potato chips will be higher. The New Zealand potatoes group said, "It started raining in March, and it hasn't stopped. We've had the entire year's rainfall already." The ground never dries out. He said potatoes need to breathe, but they are drowning and rotting.