Shoestring potatoes are very thin (julienne) potato strips that have been deep-fried until crisp. They are sold in "cans" and eaten as a snack like potato chips. The canned shoestrings were popular in the 1950's and 1960's and produced by Pik-Nik.
The term also is used to describe very thinly cut french fries which are available frozen. The fries are then heated in the oven or deep fried.
Fresh non-GMO potatoes, pure vegetable oil. Includes one or more of the following (Palm Olein Oil, Safflower Oil, Sunflower Oil). Information updated: November 2019. The product no longer includes GMO's or hydrogenated fat.