Here’s Why McDonald’s Fries Are Always Golden Brown

Have you ever wondered why McDonald’s fries are ALWAYS golden brown? Well, as it turns out, they don’t just happen to be that way, they are intentionally prepared so they look delicious.

Here’s how they do it.

Mc Donald’s fries are always golden brown because they are coated with sugar before cooked. In a video released by McDonald’s, Koko Neher, the production planner at Simplot (the factory in which McDonald’s potatoes are prepared, partially cooked and frozen before being sent to McDonalds restaurants), said that sugar is added to the potatoes in order to “make sure we get a consistent color no matter what time of the year it is”(the article continues after the ad)

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Photo: TeaLaiumens / Creative Commons

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