Delivery time: 7 days after receipt of deposit<br>
Shipping port: Xiamen, Qingdao, Tianjin, etc<br>
Supply capacity: 1000 tons per month<br>
Means of transport: sea or air<br>
Warehouse inventory: 10,000 tons of goods<br>
Minimum order quantity: 10 tons<br>
Production Process and Manufacturing Technology of Frozen Pre-Fried French Fries
1. Raw Material Selection
The raw material used in the production of frozen pre-fried french fries is potato. The ideal potatoes for the production of french
fries are fresh,
high in solids content, low in sugar levels, and have a consistent size. The potatoes are typically sourced from local farms, where they
and washed before being transported to the processing plant. Once at the factory, the potatoes are washed again to remove any
remaining dirt and
2. Sorting and Cutting
After washing, the potatoes are sorted to remove any misshapen or damaged potatoes. The sorted potatoes are then sent to the cutting
where they are cut into uniform size and shape strips. The cutting machine can produce different strip sizes, depending on customer
The potato strips are then blanched in hot water for a short period, typically for two to five minutes. The blanching process helps to
that cause discoloration, maintain the color and quality of the potatoes, and partially cook the strips.
After blanching, the potato strips are sent through a dryer, which removes any excess moisture and reduces the amount of oil absorbed
This step is critical as excessive oil absorption can result in lower quality french fries.
Pre-frying is the next step in the production process, and it aims to partially cook the potatoes and develop their crispy outer texture.
The pre-frying is
done at a high temperature for a short duration of time, typically for two to three minutes.
After pre-frying, the potato strips are quickly frozen to stop the cooking process and maintain their quality. The freezing process is an
in the production process as it helps to reduce the risk of microbial growth and extend the shelf-life of the french fries.
The frozen pre-fried french fries are then packaged into bags or cartons, which are then labeled and stored in freezers. The packaging
that the french fries are protected from moisture and contamination, and it also makes them easier to transport.
Frozen pre-fried fries are a popular convenience food that is consumed all over the world. These fries are made from potato,
which is a nutritious and versatile root vegetable. The quality and nutritional value of pre-fried fries depend largely on the selection
of raw materials, as well as the processing techniques used in the manufacturing process.
Selection of Raw Materials:
To produce high-quality frozen pre-fried fries, careful selection of raw materials is essential. The choice of potatoes is critical because
it can significantly influence the texture, taste, and nutrient content of the final product. The most commonly used potato varieties for
pre-fried fries are Russet Burbank, Shepody, and Ranger Russet. These varieties have a high starch content, which allows the fries to retain
their shape and texture after frying.
The potatoes for pre-fried fries must be of uniform size, shape, and texture. The potatoes should be free from disease, decay, and damage.
The ideal potato size is between 10 and 14 oz., which is suitable for French fries of 3/8 to 1/2 inches in diameter. Potatoes that are too
small or too large will not produce good quality fries.
Potatoes must undergo several processing steps before they can be used for pre-fried fries. The first step is cleaning, which removes soil,
debris, and other impurities. The potatoes are then peeled and sliced into the desired shape and size. After slicing, the potatoes are usually
blanched in hot water to remove excess starch and to create a crispy exterior during frying. The final step is freezing, which locks in the
flavor and nutrients.
Potatoes are an excellent source of essential nutrients, such as carbohydrates, dietary fiber, vitamin C, and potassium. The nutritional
content of pre-fried fries depends on the type and amount of ingredients used in the manufacturing process. However, the typical
nutritional content for a serving of frozen pre-fried fries (3 oz.) is as follows:
– Calories: 140
– Total fat: 5 g
– Saturated fat: 1 g
– Trans fat: 0 g
– Cholesterol: 0 mg
– Sodium: 300 mg
– Total carbohydrate: 22 g
– Dietary fiber: 2 g
– Sugars: 0 g
– Protein: 2 g
It is worth noting that pre-fried fries are high in calories, fat, and sodium. Regular consumption of these fries may contribute to
weight gain, high blood pressure, and other health issues. Therefore, it is essential to consume these fries in moderation as part
of a balanced and varied diet.
In summary, selecting high-quality raw materials is crucial for producing great-tasting and nutritious frozen pre-fried fries.
Potatoes that are uniform in size, shape, and texture are ideal for pre-frying. The nutritional content of pre-fried fries varies depending
on the type and amount of ingredients used. While these fries may contribute to weight gain and other health issues, they can be enjoyed
in moderation as part of a balanced diet.
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What are the advantages of freezing compared to fresh fruits and vegetables?
Harvest frozen fruits and vegetables during the production season. The product is stable throughout the year, and there are few fruits and vegetables in the fresh season in winter. Pesticide residues in greenhouses are higher, and frozen fruits and vegetables are healthier.
How to ship?
Small quantities need to be packed in foam boxes and ice packs, while large quantities should be transported in the complete cold chain (minus 18 degrees).