French fries are not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about “natural” foods. But that isn’t stopping Wendy’s from testing out its so-called Natural Fries in select markets throughout Florida, North Carolina, and Louisiana. The fries are pretty bare bones–just skin-on strips of potato slathered in oils and sea salt. Regular Wendy’s fries contain table salt, oil, and sodium acid pyrophosphate (to protect color).
So far, customer reviews have been positive. Wendy’s executives are also excited about the new fries. Food blogger Rick Allen explains:
But at least one local Wendy’s manager is thrilled with the new fries, too. Larry Romanik, who runs the Wendy’s at 3001 E. Silver Springs Blvd., says in the three weeks they’ve been available, “They’ve been getting overwhelmingly rave reviews. I think we’ve had only one negative so far.”
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Burger King has tapped former Coca-Cola executive Natalia Franco as its evp and global CMO.
Franco, who previously served as vp-global marketing and innovation for Coca-Cola, will oversee the fast-food chain’s product innovation, consumer insights and worldwide brand advertising, the company said in a written statement. She will report to Burger King’s chairman and CEO, John W. Chidsey.
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