Why do you add dextrose to your fries?

May 21, 2018

At certain times of the year the low levels of naturally occurring sugars present in the potatoes we use for our Fries, require the addition of a maize derived dextrose. This helps to give the Fries their characteristic golden colour and to ensure they cook evenly in the restaurant - but it is only added if it is needed and not for sweetness.

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