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Smallest Fries in the World.
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Rating: 1/51

GUSTINE, CALIFORNIA -- When I opened in the bag I thought I had bought hash browns. These were the smallest fries I have ever seen. Even with a fork they were a joke to eat. Why would anyone make them so small? I don't like to throw food away but there is always a first. What a shame on those.

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Buffalo Chicken Bites
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Rating: 1/51

WISCONSIN -- Another crap product from TJ Farms. Bought what I thought were Buffalo chicken strip, they look more like chicken McNugget rejects. A bag of what looks like popcorn chicken then they give you two pouches of Buffalo sauce to toss your popcorn chicken in. "WHAT A JOKE." HA HA. You got me once. Never again. Stick your bible verses in your ** you low life thieves.

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Insects, Bugs In Frozen Vegetables.
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Rating: 1/51

FLORIDA -- Found bugs in frozen broccoli in 2 different bags...after defrosted. Not only had to throw away 2 brand new bags, but felt like not eating anything else! Will never buy this brand anymore. Product of China, packed in Idaho. Frozen Stir Fry blend AND frozen broccoli/cauliflower. Purchased at the Dollar Tree Store on 107th Ave. and 16th St. Miami, Fl.

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TJ Farms Sweet Potato Fries Or Sweet Potato Scraps?
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NEVER have I EVER had to eat french fries with a SPOON. Well that is, until I bought TJ Farms Sweet Potato Fries. The picture I posted is a picture of the 'largest' pieces I found in the entire bag. The rest of the bag were all those little bits that you can see there on the plate.

When I first opened the package and looked in it, I actually laughed. I'm just glad I didn't plan on serving these to my company when they visited. I've never had sweet potato fries before and thought I'd finally try them. At first, I had some with salt and they were yucky. THEN I tried them with sugar sprinkled on them and they were like candy. But why, oh why would they sell these scrap pieces to their customers? I have another unopened bag in the freezer and I'm almost afraid to find out they might be the same.

So, if you're looking for decent sweet potato fries like they show on the package, consider yourself warned because that's not what you're going to get. Yeah, they tasted good with the sugar on them but I was really, really disappointed when I found I bought a bag of scraps. I've never even seen sweet potatoes that small before. Any sweet potato I've seen in the stores are pretty large, so I expected decent sized fries from them.

And let me just say, these little fries were not broken fries, they were cut that way because you can see the ends and they were sliced, not broken. My dad sat there and actually laughed at me when he saw me eating my French Fries with a spoon! I just wonder, what would ZZ do?

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Steak Fries!? More Like Potato Skins.
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Rating: 1/51

WISCONSIN -- I was very disappointed to find that the French fries I purchased were not steak fries but instead were bits of end pieces. Same with other potato products we have purchased in the past from this company. They are selling customers potato skins and end pieces. Very unhappy customer.

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Tiny French Fries
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Rating: 1/51

WISCONSIN -- How can you in good conscience sell these as fries let alone steak fries? They are scraps. I will never by this brand again.

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French Fries or Should I Say Scraps
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Rating: 1/51

WISCONSIN -- French fries are just tiny hard scrap, and that's for the steak cut select. Right in the trash worthy.

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1.0 out of 5, based on 7 ratings and
7 reviews & complaints.
Contact Information:
TJ Farms
12400 Wilshire Blvd #1100
Los Angeles, CA 90025
855-492-4211 (ph)
www.flagshipfoodgroup.com
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