It might be April 1, but some of these ideas have staying power, in our opinion.
April 01, 2016, Harmeet Singhe
This Canadian brand is tired of being mistaken as American, so it has finally rebranded to Toronto Fries, complete with a new logo design and packaging featuring the maple leaf.
“The rebrand comes after internet speculation about the birthplace of New York Fries (we have the birth certificate to prove it!) and the unappetizing politics of presidential candidate Donald Trump who calls New York home,” the brand says.
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