Mar 8, 2010

News: Jack in the Box - New French Fries

Today, fast food chain Jack in the Box announced that starting this month they are introducing new french fries in their restaurants.  The new fries were tested with "crispness," "flavor," and "texture" in mind.  Accordingly, the new fries should have "a crispier outside texture that enhances the potato flavor and helps them retain temperature."

The fries will be available (like most fast food fries) in small, medium, and large sizes, priced at the same $1.39, $1.79, and $1.99 respectively.  The new fries are replacing Jack in the Box's Natural Cut fries.

Jack in the Box Restaurant Locator

1 comment:

  1. Winnemucca CustomerSunday, January 22, 2012

     New and improved?  Why not just say, "Now we're the same as everyone else in the fast universe?  My inside sources say the new fries were chosen for their quicker cooking time and longer "staging" (holding) time.  Great if you want a french fry that's easier for the crew to prepare and serve, instead of one that actually tastes more satisfying, if prepared properly and served hot.  So, let's not hold to higher crew standards.  Instead we'll just dumb down the food.  Not so great, Jack.


Thanks for commenting. If it helps any, you don't need to type a URL to leave a name.