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The U.S.A. has said a GM potato is OK to eat, but McDonald's will not use it for French fries or hash browns. A potato said it changed the of potatoes to make them better. The new potato has less and fewer things that can give people . It also said the potatoes are . It said people would buy the potato in supermarkets. McDonald's said: "McDonald's USA does not source GMO , nor do we have plans to change our []." The company did not say what it thought of McDonald's decision.

French fries are one of the most foods in the world, in fast food restaurants. The expression ‘French Fried Potatoes’ was first used in a book in 1856. In the early 20th , 'French fried' was used to mean 'deep-fried'. People say French fries come from Belgium and not France. countries say they were the country to cook French fries. Belgians say the 'French fries' is used because France has an for good food. Some think the term 'French' was used when U.S. went to Europe during World War I.

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