, Australia

Burger Love partners with New Zealand-based potato processor Mr. Chips

The fries are said to be GMO-free and vegan-friendly.

Melbourne-based Burger Love announced that all its stores will now have fries supplied by New Zealand-based potato processor Mr. Chips.

“With the growth in home delivery in our business, we needed to create the perfect chip that travels well, stays crisp and is tasty,” Burger Love founder Steve Agi said. “According to data from Uber Eats Australia, hot chips are the number two biggest selling item across the platform, so developing and serving the perfect fry is crucial to our business.”

Mr. Chips has supplied potato and kumara products to New Zealanders and other markets. around the world. Cooked in canola oil, the chips are GMO-free and vegan-friendly.

“The Xtra crunch chips that we developed are made from premium NZ-grown potatoes, on the Balle farms, a family owned business (that owns Mr. Chips),” the potato processor’s Australian sales manager Judd Smith explained.

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