The se­cret to McDon­ald’s fries: High­est qual­ity pota­toes fried in purest non-hy­dro­genated oils

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McDon­ald’s has al­ways been proud of of­fer­ing only the best and the high­est qual­ity food, from the meats and veg­eta­bles, to the bread and dairy prod­ucts, all the way to the oils used in fry­ing its food.

Since 1955, McDon­ald’s has been us­ing the best and high­est qual­ity meats and pota­toes, and this com­mit­ment to qual­ity is what makes McDon­ald’s food spe­cial, de­li­cious and beloved around the world. The world fa­mous fries in the iconic red box are a prime ex­am­ple of this, as they have be­come one of the most pop­u­lar McDon­ald’s prod­ucts for cus­tomers around the world.

To make its world-fa­mous fries, McDon­ald’s uses only the best qu al­ity, 100% nat­u­ral pota­toes har­vested from ap­proved and cer­ti­fied farms. At the source, only the best qual­ity pota­toes of the Ranger Rus­set & Rus­set Bur­bank species are man­u­ally se­lected to be pre­pared and shipped off to McDon­ald’s restau­rants.

Within this vein, McDon­ald’s is also com­mit­ted to us­ing only the high­est qual­ity cook­ing oil, Canola Oil, stem­ming from its be­lief that the qual­ity and pu­rity of the oil is a cru­cial fac­tor and di­rectly im­pacts the qual­ity and fla­vor of its food. This is why McDon­ald’s uses a high qual­ity 100% vegetable oil blend, which does not un­dergo a hy­dro­gena­tion process (treat­ment of oil with Hy­dro­gen), there­fore it is not hy­dro­genated. There is a very small trace of trans fatty acids in our oil (less than 0.3%), sim­i­lar to the ma­jor­ity of non-hy­dro­genated vegetable oils you buy from your lo­cal gro­cery store for home use. McDon­ald’s is ex­tremely proud that it of­fers its cus­tomers the high­est qual­ity vegetable oils avail­able on the mar­ket.

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