I can’t say I’ve ever met a French fry I didn’t like. Even when a French fry is less than stellar – I’m still going to eat it – and that’s the situation I found myself in here. Compared to other French fry brands I found these fries from Whole Food’s 365 line surprisingly bland. Moreover the final finish and texture was dryer and less appealing than others.
I don’t think I’ll revisit this particular product from Whole Foods. The kicker was the relatively modest size of the fries. Despite the bag suggesting the sixteen ounces would make five portions, I think we all know how optimistic that is.
For the money and price I’d probably look to Walmart’s in house Great Value crinkle cut fries or Ore-Ida.
365 Organic Crinkle Cut Fries nutrition, ingredients, cooking instructions
Other 365 products
- Whole Foods 365 Spinach And Cheese Spanakopita
- 365 Shawarma Marinade – a hidden gem
- 365 Plant-Based Burger Patties – one to avoid
- 365 Organic Crinkle Cut Fries review
- Review: 365 Breaded Chickenless Nuggets
- Review: 365 Plant Based Smoky And Spicy Burgers
- Review: 365 Meatless Breakfast Patties
- Review: 365 Meatless Burgers
Are 365 Organic Crinkle Cut Fries any good?
These are a surprising mediocre frozen French fry, yielding a fairly bland and dry finish. If you’re in a pinch they’re not terrible, but nor are they particularly noteworthy. The smaller bag size compared with own brand competitors means we’d probably recommend skipping these.
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