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Lamb Weston’s New House Cuts Lattice Chips Deliver on Consumer Menu Expectations

August 17, 2015 Industry News
Industry News

Simple ingredient statements. New and exciting menu options. Shareable snacks. These are top trends today’s restaurant patrons seek out from menus. Lamb Weston’s new House Cuts Lattice Chips offer restaurant operators the solution to deliver on all of these demands and more. 

According to Technomic, consumers are increasingly seeking clean labels and source transparency. Made with only three simple ingredients—potatoes, oil, and sea salt—new Lattice Chips keep it simple. And, with the help of Lamb Weston, operators can also source the growing region of their potatoes with TraceMyFries.com. Consumers want more snacks to share, and fresh chips were among the top three most shareable menu items in 2014. A versatile option, Lattice Chips can be used on appetizer and snack menus or as a side.

Crunchiness and flavor are top attributes people look for in a chip, and Lattice Chips—uniquely designed with holes—give the chip an even, golden color, and a crisp, airy bite. When topped with fresh ingredients or served with delicious dips, Lattice Chips offer operators numerous menu solutions to deliver on patrons’ expectations. With half the cook time of other frozen chips, the new skin-on Lattice Chips result in a high yield and authentic feel that allows for maximum profitability.

Learn more at www.lambweston.com.

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