Burger King says it will be introducing brand new thicker cut fries at all restaurants. In what marks the first reformulation of its fries since 1998, Burger King said the new version is fluffier, with better potato flavor on the inside and “crispy, golden-brown deliciousness” on the outside. The new fries will be in about 7,000 Burger King restaurants across North America by Dec. 5, the company said. To help promote the debut, the chain is planning to offer a free small value portion of fries to customers on Dec. 16, with no purchase necessary. Thanks to Free in Austin for this yummy freebie!
The fast food giant, according to Reuters, has designed a new thicker, reduced sodium fry with an added coating that makes them crispier and keeps them hotter longer. To ensure you give the new fries a shot, Burger King is giving out a free “value size” order of fries Dec. 16.