Potato Corner Is Selling Ready-To-Cook Kits, So You Can Enjoy Your Favorite Fries At Home

It's like having your own stall at home.
by Paolo Chua for Esquiremag.ph   |  Apr 16, 2020
Image: FACEBOOK/PotatoCorner
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More and more restaurants and food businesses are offering frozen food packs for us to enjoy during quarantine. From Jollibee to McDonald's, you can now treat yourself to your favorite food items. And the latest to join the bandwagon is Potato Corner.

Potato Corner's Cook At Home Fries Kit is priced at P699 and includes a bag of frozen fries and a flavor packet of your choice. All you have to do to order is send your name, order, and delivery address to Potato Corner's numbers below.

It'll be like having your own Potato Corner stall at home, with the added benefit of flavoring your fries according to your own rules. Honestly, what could be better than that?

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Potato Corner has also been helping health workers and frontliners by serving them a cup of fries in hospitals such as Pasig City General Hospital, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, and Mandaluyong Medical Hospital. According to a release, "[It's] a simple way to show them how much their sacrifices mean to us."

This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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