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PostPosted: Mon Apr 20, '15, 10:25 pm 
Some changes may be coming to Kraft's Macaroni & Cheese product:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/nutriti ... cid=AARDHP

What does everyone think of these changes?

I suppose it may be healthier with the change, but with a product that is so popular with so many people, I have to wonder why fix something if it isn't broken? As long as this product has been around and become so loved by so many, I'm wondering how many will like this change, or not.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 21, '15, 2:36 pm 
The thing is it might be smart. This change was actually spurred on by a petition to remove the colorings, which may have health impacts. Now, as I understand it, those health effects are minor and occur in only a small segment of the population, but it's caused some concern. Granted, the self-proclaimed "Food Babe" is behind the petition, and a source of reliable health information she is not, to put it simply. So I hesitate to lend much credence to the health claim, having not read any articles from more reliable sources as of now. But it's also a possibly smart business for them regardless, as consumers are shifting to other products without artificial colorings for various reasons (good or not), and there are easily available alternatives.


Last edited by Wolf Bird on Tue Apr 21, '15, 2:36 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 21, '15, 8:36 pm 
Sounds good that Kraft's finally making the change.

Then again, my preferred mac n' cheese recipe is to make some pasta (a couple different shapes) and mix some cheese/milk and bake it ourselves, so I'm not exactly the best person to judge. =p


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