Sonic Drive-In has revamped its fry offering with the debut Tuesday of Natural-Cut Fries at its 3,500 drive-ins nationwide. The new skin-on version of the fry is made from whole russet potatoes and offers guests a “higher quality fry with a crispy crunch,” according to parent company Sonic Corp. Natural-Cut Fries replace the previous fry offering, though the chain will continue to offer its Tots. MULTIMEDIA Watch ad: Spicy Chicken Sandwiches Watch ad: ...
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