To a Kiwi, it’s only a complete meal when Wattie’s Frozen Potatoes are on the menu.
Could there be a more popular meal mainstay in the history of eating? New Zealanders say not. We love our spuds. Since New Zealand’s early beginnings, potatoes have been a big part of our diet, enjoyed almost any time of day.
Baked hash browns with breakfast. Crispy fries with lunch. Or creamy potato mash with dinner.
Let’s face it - potatoes are part of who we are!
And for those of us needing a bit of extra energy to get through the day, say yes to Wattie’s potatoes. They give us the complex carbohydrates our bodies need to give us energy.
For a balanced diet, just over half the calories we consume each day should be from carbs, so keep lively New Zealand, with Wattie’s Frozen Potatoes!
Frozen Potatoes / Hash Browns
Classic Hash Browns
The classic Hash Brown - shredded potato with a crispy outside. Enjoy them for breakfast, for dinner or just about anytime you please.Frozen Foods / Frozen Potatoes / Hash Browns
- No added flavours or colours or preservatives
- Canola Oil
Did you know?
- All Wattie’s fries and wedges are cooked in Canola Oil which contains no cholesterol and is lower in saturated fat than other oils. Conversely, canola oil is high in monounsaturated fat which is linked to lower cholestorol and a lower risk of heart disease.
Potatoes were named New Zealanders’ most loved vegetable in a recent survey.*
* NZ Gardener Magazine in June 2010.