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The U.S. government has a new, genetically modified potato is OK to , but McDonald's said it will not use it in its French fries and hash browns. The potato company said it the DNA of normal potatoes to make the vegetables better. It said the new potato has less sugar and fewer things inside it that can people cancer. It also said the potatoes are stronger. It was confident that people would the new potato in supermarkets. McDonald's a statement about the new potato. It said: "McDonald's USA does not GMO potatoes, nor do we have current plans to our sourcing practices." The company did not what it thought of McDonald's not its new potato.

French fries one of the most commonly foods in the world. They are very popular with fast food restaurants. The expression ‘French Fried Potatoes’ was first in English in an 1856 book called 'Cookery for Maids of All Work'. In the early 20th century, the term 'French fried' was used to mean 'deep-fried'. Food historians say French fries actually from Belgium and not France. Both countries say they the first country to French fries. Belgians say the word 'French fries' is used instead of 'Belgian fries' because France a worldwide image for good food. Some people the term 'French' was used when U.S. soldiers in Europe during World War I.

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