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BOISE, Idaho, March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- All-American food staples such as hamburgers, shakes and french fries have been tempting consumer palates for generations.
com/about-us/) ESquared Hospitality , is celebrating National French Fry day by offering free french fries to dine-in customers at their Los Angeles and New York locations.
French fries and potato crisps are the most consumed industrially processed potato products in Kenya, especially in the major urban centers [2, 3].
A diet rich in French fries may be toxic to young girls.
A federal judge has backed a USDA ruling that classifies batter-coated French fries as a flesh vegetable.
The new starch means French fries can stand under heat lamps for 20 minutes without losing their crispiness.
By transferring peeling, cutting, and blanching of potatoes from restaurant workers to processors, fast food restaurants lowered labor costs and assured supplies of french fries of greater consistency and value.
Last April, Swedish scientists reported finding acrylamide in a wide variety of starchy foods that had been fried, grilled, or baked--from french fries to breakfast cereals (SN: 5/4/02, p.