BRUNSWICK, OHIO -- I bought steak fries I was sold by this company. They look like scraps for peeling potatoes. Just awful. My husband said, "You have to come and see these fries before I put them in the deep fryer." They didn't look like steak fries at all or any other kind of french fry. They were just scraps a potatoes. Not at all when he's in the picture. Won't be buying these again.
EAGLE, ILLINOIS -- I bought a bag of their chicken breast fillets. The two I cooked (before I pitched the rest of the bag) were bland and almost tasteless, except for a mild unpleasant aftertaste. That I could live with. But when I bit into some cartilage is when I got absolutely disgusted with the product. I will never buy another TJ Farms product again.
EAGLE, IDAHO -- Someone needs to explain to TJ Farms what "Steak cut" Fries are!!! What is in the bag was like basically shredded potatoes. Biggest piece about 1" x 1/2" x 1/4" thick. Almost look like potato scraps when you peel one! Terrible product, waste of money and time to cook!!
I bought cut up stir fried peppers. When I went to use them I see PRODUCT OF CHINA. What the heck is that???? I was impressed this brand came with the Amish name which means quality. No way is it quality and I want to know WHY OH WHY are you dealing with China. We have plenty of peppers grown right here in USA. A how dare you. Do not buy from this company.
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.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO -- I bought 3 bags. The first had at best, maybe a 2 inch long cut potato, if you want to call that french fries. I fed those to the kids, four to nine year old's don't care! The other two bags are nothing, but scraps. They look exactly like the Steak Fries someone posted a picture of earlier on here. This wasn't a accident, someone had to gather those up, in order to put them into a bags. Even worst a thought, they bought them (scraps) from another food processor to package it for themselves. I emailed Flagship Food Group, I'm guessing they own the TJ Farms name or brand. If I hear from them, I'll give a update.