New York Fries

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New York Fries
Subsidiary
Industry Fast-food Restaurants
Founded Brantford, Ontario
Area served
Canada, Hong Kong, Korea, United Arab Emirates, Iraq.
Key people

Jay Gould

Chris O'Leary
Products French Fries, Poutine, Hotdogs
Revenue Undisclosed
Parent Cara Operations
Website www.newyorkfries.com
A billboard in Edmonton, Alberta
A New York Fries location Mississauga, Ontario

New York Fries is a Canadian quick service restaurant that mainly serves French fries and hot dogs. They also serve poutine.

There are 120 locations in Canada, as well as locations in South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Hong Kong and Turkey.[1]

History[edit]

New York Fries was founded in Brantford, Ontario by Jay Gould and his brother.[citation needed]

Cara Operations bought New York Fries in September, 2015.[2]

South St. Burger Co.[edit]

The company also runs the ten store South St. Burger Co. chain that also sells hamburgers and salads.[citation needed]

Locations[edit]

New York Fries has 156 locations, including 120 in Canada and 36 outside of North America, mostly in the Middle East and China.[3]

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