In today's extra sensitive climate, one restaurant found it necessary to discontinue their popular 'crack fries,' to acknowledge that the name is insensitive to drug addicts
The restaurant will continue selling the fries with the same recipe, but are changing the name to be politically correct
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (FOX 2) - Hopcat is making a pretty big change to one of its most popular menu items.
The company announced this week they're changing the name of their Crack Fries. Rest assured, Hopcat said, the recipe and ingredients are not changing - only the name.
Mark Gray, CEO of Barfly Ventures, LLC, the parent company of Hopcat, said the name was intended to be tongue-in-cheek but is now being changed because drug addiction isn't a joke.