Score one for frozen food. Shake Shack, the better-burger chain that has become the growth vehicle of Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, has abandoned its efforts to serve hand-cut, housemade French fries and has returned to its frozen, pre-made crinkle-cut fries. As Eater New York put it, “Shake Shack Ditches Fresh-Cut Fries That No One Liked.” Shake Shack chief executive Randy Garutti posted an open letter on the chain’s website explaining the ...

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