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Only small fries for McDonald's customers in Japan, as floods in Western Canada disrupt supply

December 23, 2021
Fans of McDonald's Fries in Japan are out of luck next week. The restaurant chain will only offers its small size portions, as flooding in Western Canada and COVID-19 disrupts the global supply chain for 'McDonald's potato'.
KFC Japan runs out of french fries. Potato S, Potato L and Potato Box will not be available from October 8, to October 21 in some restaurants.

KFC Japan suspends French fry sales as global logistics breaks down

October 12, 2021
No doubt the mouths of KFC fans were watering as they made their way to the chain’s branches in Japan last weekend. Unfortunately, many of them had to walk away with less than the full fried satisfaction they’d been hoping when they found out KFC ran out of French fries.
In Japan, Fast food chain 'First Kitchen' and First Kitchen/Wendy’s branches have launched two types of 'Dessert Potato' nationwide. Both dishes consist of French fries with a swirl of Hokkaido dairy-sourced vanilla ice cream, topped off with EITHER cho

Japanese Fast Food Chain puts French Fry Ice Cream Sundaes on the Menu

January 13, 2018
Japanese Fast food chain 'First Kitchen' launch two types of 'Dessert Potato' nationwide. Both dishes start with French fries with a swirl of Hokkaido dairy-sourced vanilla ice cream finished with two types of toppings...
McDonald's Japan offers American Inspired Cheddar Cheese Potato Balls for a limited time

McDonald's Japan offers American Inspired Cheddar Cheese Potato Balls

December 05, 2017
McDonald's Japan offers American Inspired Cheddar Cheese Potato Balls for a limited time
Starting next week, McDonald’s Japan will offer daigaku imo French fries. Daigaku Imo litterally means “college potato”.
It is a popular sweet potato snack with a sweet sauce, and allegedly gets its unusual name from being a hit with cash-strapped

McDonald's Japan adds French Fry flavor based on nostalgic student snack

February 09, 2017
Starting next week, McDonald’s Japan will offer daigaku imo French fries. Daigaku Imo litterally means “college potato”.
It is a popular sweet potato snack with a sweet sauce, and allegedly gets its unusual name from being a hit with cash-strapped students looking for a cheap yet tasty bite.
Calbee is offering a new potato chips concept: 'Wet Potato, Moist Mild Soy Sauce Flavor.' Only available in the Calbee Plus Shops

New: 'WET Potato Chips'! In Japan of course...

November 27, 2016
Snack food company Calbee is playing with fire by expecting people to swallow their new concept potato chips: 'Wet Potato, Moist Mild Soy Sauce Flavor.'
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McDonald's Halloween Choco Potato Fries...

Halloween Fries by McDonald's Japan, what are they like?

October 25, 2016
For those who can’t get enough of pumpkin-flavored treats during Halloween, McDonald’s Japan is offering french fries covered in pumpkin and chocolate sauce.
McDonald's Japan just announced the McChoco Potato, french fries drizzled with two chocolate sauces, a limited time offer available starting January 26

McChoco Potato: French Fries drizzled with chocolate sauce at McDonald's Japan

January 21, 2016
McDonald's Japan just announced the McChoco Potato, french fries drizzled with two chocolate sauces, a limited time offer available starting January 26
KFC Japan stops selling french fries due to crippled potato exports from the US

KFC Japan stops selling french fries due to crippled potato exports from the US

January 25, 2015
Kentucky Fried Chicken in Japan has stopped selling fries, as industrial disputes that have crimped potato exports from the US took another bite out of the country's fast food market.
McDonalds Japan to only sell small fries

McDonalds Japan to only sell small fries

December 15, 2014
McDonald's Japan is to only sell small portions of fries starting December 17, in response to the french fry shortage in the country.

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