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posted by LaminatorX on Saturday March 01 2014, @10:00PM   Printer-friendly
from the and-now-for-something-completely-different dept.

c0lo writes:

"More appropriate to an (no existing) idle section, no longer news, but it made a fascinating reading for me:
How to Make Perfect Thin and Crisp French Fries going the full range of:

  • economic espionage involving Scavenger Hunt and social engineering
  • reverse engineering
  • original research and method improvement
  • disclosure of the method the good side of it: no patent"
 
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  • (Score: 2, Informative) by anubi on Sunday March 02 2014, @08:33AM

    by anubi (2828) on Sunday March 02 2014, @08:33AM (#9449) Journal

    I found out later that "ADR" is a process for "Automatic Defect Removal". Gets rid of malformed, discolored, or nubs.

    Its done by a big industrial machine. [key.net]

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  • (Score: 1) by anubi on Sunday March 02 2014, @01:01PM

    by anubi (2828) on Sunday March 02 2014, @01:01PM (#9569) Journal

    Potato processor Frigemo relies on adr4 key technology to optimize french fry quality. [potatopro.com]

    Frigemo processes the potatoes into fries for McDonalds.....

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