Five Guys’ growth brings success for Idaho broker

03/02/2012 09:33:00 AM
David Mitchell

The new cross-docking facility, which also will handle onions, will have a test kitchen so product quality can be checked before it is sent to Five Guys restaurants.

Miles, who had been renting office space, said he hopes to move into his new office in May, and the warehouse should be ready in July.

While many burger chains use frozen french fries, Five Guys uses fresh potatoes and often uses stacks of 50-pound bags as decorations in its locations.

“We feel that fresh potato gives you a french fry that tastes the most like an actual potato,” said Five Guys spokeswoman Molly Catalano. 


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