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Annie's Homegrown Classic Mac & Cheese
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This "True Blue" macaroni and cheese features a milder cheddar cheese and elbow shaped macaroni.

Features:

  • Good source of calcium
  • Good source of protein
  • Good Source of Vitamin B1
  • Good Source of Folic Acid
  • 0 g Trans Fat

INGREDIENTS: ORGANIC SEMOLINA MACARONI FROM DURUM WHEAT, CHEDDAR CHEESE (CULTURED PASTEURIZED MILK, SALT, NON-ANIMAL ENZYMES), WHEY, BUTTERMILK, SALT, CREAM, NATURAL FLAVOR, NATURAL SODIUM PHOSPHATE, ANNATTO EXTRACT FOR NATURAL COLOR.
CONTAINS MILK AND WHEAT INGREDIENTS.
Made on shared equipment that also processes eggs and soy.


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Sheila: a few months ago

To start, I have a soy allergy and constantly look for soy-free products. This does contain a trace of soy. However, this Mac & Cheese is a delicious trade-off for the Mac & Cheese we all grew up with. My family enjoys this product in salads or hot-just made. Yummy!


Jodie: about a year ago

Delicious and easy, just as mac and cheese should be!


Maude: about a year ago

I love eating this when I feel like eating 'junk' food but not being completely unhealthy. It's a good side dish but it's not very filling on its own.


Erin: about a year ago

My 3 year old and I love this stuff. Great alternative to the not so good mac n' cheese.


Corice: more than a year ago

Perfect, convenient and delicious alternative with ingredients you can trust.


Lisa: more than a year ago

My kids love this mac n cheese. Only suggestion is to pre-mix the cheese powder and milk in a cup before adding to drained pasta as it can be lumpy otherwise.


Julie: more than a year ago

I like the taste and texture. A nice alternative to the other nasty "brand name" product.
As an occasional treat of course.


Lisa: more than a year ago

Delicious - my kids love this classic boxed mac cheese. Tip: follow directions and add cheese mix to milk before the pasta (less clumping).


Jane: more than a year ago

Love the convenience of a quick meal. This healthy version is an excellent replacement for the "big KD"


Caroline: more than a year ago

Did they change their recipe? What's with all the good reviews? I so like Kraft Dinner. This tastes bad, cheap and less 'natural' than Kraft Dinner. The yellow powder does not taste like cheese, it's nasty and artificial-tasting. PS. The gluten-free is worse, it is an abomination, as the pasta turns into glued-together plastic strips. God-awful. This wheat pasta here is m'okay.

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