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Published on Aug 23, 2012
Look at this amazing super long McDonald's french fry. Is it the biggest ever found? Definitely a fry you don't eat as it will look great in my ever expanding McDonald's collection. Who knows it may be a world record length for a fry.
And below explains how important the fries were to McDonald's success.
The taste of McDonald's french fries played a crucial role in the chain's success -- fries are much more profitable than hamburgers -- and was long praised by customers, competitors, and even food critics. James Beard loved McDonald's fries. Their distinctive taste does not stem from the kind of potatoes that McDonald's buys, the technology that processes them, or the restaurant equipment that fries them: other chains use Russet Burbanks, buy their french fries from the same large processing companies, and have similar fryers in their restaurant kitchens. The taste of a french fry is largely determined by the cooking oil.