“I'm used to the deep fryer, but this is still different,” said De Croo. “In our campaign, we have the ‘doers’. We want to give them a heart under the belt stitches and the self-employed support.” Collaborator Carine Vanderheyden of deep-Antoine - also known as frituur ‘t Square - at the Station in Denderleeuw, was The Croo in: “I was a little nervous for his arrival, but he does it well”, says Carine. “Though it is usually hectic in the matter.” The deep-working and flexi-jobs. Also Nancy Moortgat, together with her husband, Janny Vanderheyden manager of the chip shop, is enthusiastic about The Croo: “He is nice and jovial about it. Great, you will not get every day a minister on the floor.” The family business, which was started by the father-in-law of Nancy, celebrates next year in February its fiftieth anniversary.
Minister Alexander De Croo helps the fries bake in Denderleeuwse fry
Denderleeuw Minister Alexander De Croo (Open Vld) is Friday afternoon, a handful of help in deep-Antoine in Denderleeuw. The minister went behind the fat fryers
04 May 2019 Saturday 03:01
Denderleeuw Minister Alexander De Croo (Open Vld) is Friday afternoon, a handful of help in deep-Antoine in Denderleeuw. The minister went behind the fat fryers and took orders.