In the year 1860, the residents of Namur had the practice of catching small fish on the river Meuse and frying them. Once particularly in harsh winter, the river was frozen over which is why they had to replace the fish with potatoes cutting into a similar shape and size, and hence the french fry was born.
In order to serve their consumers the perfect and tasty products, they apply a quality policy right from the field to the plate. The hard work of safety, traceability, multiple checks, proper standards, sustainable development all contributes to quality and innovation. This is how they serve the finest potatoes to your plate.
Belgian french fries are different as compared to the regular ones, they have a combination of soft texture with a crispy exterior and served typically infamous cone style. Belgium is one of the number one exporter of frozen potatoes and in the year from 2017 to 2018 season, Belgium has a record of the harvest of 5.11 million tonnes of potatoes. They make sure to provide freshness right from the field to the consumer's refrigerators with flawless tastes and ideal quality.