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  1. J. R. Simplot - Wikipedia

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    Simplot was able to supply frozen russet potatoes all year long. By 1972, all fries were frozen. The frozen fry deal led to expansion of Simplot potato processing plants and construction in 1977 of a new plant at Hermiston, Oregon. By 2005, Simplot supplied more than half of all french fries for the fast food chain.

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  2. Simplot Foods | Sweet Potato French Fries

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    Simplot Retail Products for Grocers, ... potatoes, fruit and grains. ... See the fries from the folks who invented fries.

  3. Simplot Foods | Formed Sweet Potato

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    Simplot Retail Products for Grocers, ... potatoes, fruit and grains. ... See the fries from the folks who invented fries.

  4. Simplot Foods | Foodservice Sweet Potatoes

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    Simplot Foods sweet potatoes: on-trend and always farm-cured to sweet perfection. ... potatoes, fruit and grains. ... See the fries from the folks who invented fries.

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  6. J.R. Simplot announces major expansion of its Manitoba Potato ...

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    Feb 15, 2018 · The J. R. Simplot Company potato processing plant in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, has an annual capacity of more than 300 million pounds (135 million kilos) of frozen french fries and formed potato products.

  7. J.R. Simplot Company -- Company History

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    Shortly after beginning his new venture, Simplot learned of an electrically driven potato sorter that was invented in a machine shop in eastern Idaho, the first of its kind in the state. Simplot visited the machine shop, took a look at the new piece of time-saving machinery, then convinced the proprietors to make a duplicate, which Simplot and ...

  8. Simplot - Wikipedia

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    Simplot developed the genetically modified Innate potato which was approved by the USDA in 2014 and the FDA in 2015. [9] [10] [11] It is designed to resist blackspot bruising , browning and to contain less of the amino acid asparagine .

  9. French fries - Wikipedia

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    Subsequently, in 1967, Ray Kroc of McDonald's contracted the Simplot company to supply them with frozen fries, replacing fresh-cut potatoes. In 2004, 29% of the United States' potato crop was used to make frozen fries – 90% consumed by the food services sector and 10% by retail. [59]

  10. Potato | Category | Simplot Foodservice

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    This thin cut delivers the perfect balance of potato to crunch which makes it a popular format chip for venues. It is great yielding and has a fast cook time for busy high turnover kitchens. • 30 minute hold time - stays hot and crisp

  11. Potato | Category | Simplot Foodservice

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    Made from Tasmanian potatoes, this traditional 13mm x 15mm chunky chip is ideal for fish and chips shops and takeaways. With a longer cook time of 4-5mins, it is the perfect chip to cook together with other components such as fish, dim sims, or potato cakes.