Unconventional in form and texture, Andy Capp's Fries look like french fries but crunch like chips. It's a unique alternative to regular potato chips. Andy Capp's fries pack a powerful flavor punch in every crunch with zero grams of trans fat per serving.
Andy Capp, created by Reg Smythe, first appeared in the Daily Mirror newspapers of England in 1958 as a cartoon panel. Now, after more than 40 years, Andy Capp still runs in more than 500 newspapers in America and around the world, from Russia to Japan, Norway to Sri Lanka. Although consumers began crunching on Andy Capp's fries back in 1971, the introduction of Hot Fries in 1973 is what really ignited the brand.
Andy Capp's is a member of the ConAgra Foods family, one of the largest packaged foods companies in North America with major presence in retail outlets, foodservice and restaurants, and in ingredients. Their more than 70 brands--which include favorites such as Pam, Hunt's, Healthy Choice, Butterball, Wesson, Swiss Miss, Rotel, Peter Pan, Marie Callender's, Hebrew National, Wolf Brand Chili, Rosarita, Egg Beaters, Chef Boyardee, and more--are in 96% of U.S. households, and more than 30% of ConAgra Foods brands are number one in their category.
Contains milk, soy and wheat.
Degermed Yellow Corn Meal, Vegetable Shortening (Palm, Cottonseed and/or Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil), Dried Potatoes, Whey Powder, Salt, Dextrose, Torula Yeast, Spices (Including Mustard), Monosodium Glutamate, Spice Extractives (Including Paprika), Tomato Powder, Wheat Flour, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Garlic Powder, Freshness Preserved By Sodium Bisulfite, Tbhq, Bha, Bht. Contains Milk, Wheat and Soy
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