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Kraft Heinz features a number of prominent brands, including Oscar Meyer, Ore Ida, Kool Aid, Jell-O and Maxwell House, along with the flagship Heinz and Kraft brands.
Looking to use some Heinz ketchup on your Oscar Meyer hot dog and your Ore Ida French fries while drinking some Kool Aid and finishing it off with a nice Maxwell House coffee and some Jell-O?
Summary: Looking to use some Heinz ketchup on your Oscar Meyer hot dog and your Ore Ida French fries while drinking some Kool Aid and finishing ...
Ore Ida Sweet Potato 8 pieces 120 1 Steak Fries (Frozen) 9.
With apologies to soul singer James Brown, Ore Ida Texas Crispers "got a brand new bag." The 850g pack is now a lot easier to pour.
Executive Director Center for Science in the Public Interest Food Acrylamide (micrograms per serving) Old El Paso Taco Shells (3 shells--1.1 oz.) 1 Ore Ida French Fries, uncooked (3 oz.) 5 Tostitos Tortilla Chips (1 oz.) 5 Honey Nut Cheerios (1 oz.) 6 Cheerios (1 oz.) 7 Lay's potato chips (1 oz.) 8 Fritos Corn Chips (1 oz.) 11 Pringles (1 oz.) 25 Baked Lay's (1 oz.) 26 Ore Ida French Fries, baked (3 oz.) 28 Wendy's French Fries, biggie (5.6 oz.) 39 KFC Potato Wedges (6.2 oz.) 52 Burger King French Fries, large (5.7 oz.) 59 McDonald's French Fries, large (6.2 oz.) 82 Note: The Environmental Protection Agency allows no more than 0.12 micrograms of acrylamide in an 8-oz.
Offutt produces potatoes for large fast-food clients including McDonald's, Frito Lay and frozen food companies like Ore Ida. The U.S.
The challenge for Ore Ida Foods, in Plover, Wis., however, was not how to heat up their potato products but how to quickly freeze them in a way that would speed production and improve their flavor.
The latest seems to be Twice Baked Potatoes, an introduction from Ore Ida targeted, as the company's publicity put it, at "virtually untapped 4.9-billion-pound non-fried segment of the in-home potato market." A variation on stuffed potatoes, they come in cheddar cheese, butter and sour cream & chives varieties.
Buoyed by strong sales increases in Ore Ida frozen potatoes, Weight Watchers food products, tuna and foodservice ketchup, H.J.