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Kraft Mac&cheese Topping (Discontinued)
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I recently learned that the 3 oz. containers of Kraft Mac&Cheese cheese topping (yes - the powdery orange stuff) has been discontinued. It was my quick go-to product to make mac&cheese in the morning for school lunches. Does anyone know of a similar product? I've contacted Kraft asking them to reconsider, but I'm not expecting much.

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Velveeta cheese? Not powder, but still has a great shelf life and melts nicely.

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Here is the one we use. http://www.barryfarm.com/milk.htm

DO NOT BUY The Cheese sauce powder, it does contain wheat.

The Cheddar Cheese Powder is from Kraft, it does not contain wheat and it is the same thing they use in their mac and cheese, this is information that Barry Farms told me on the phone.

I have NO idea if they will stop making and selling it to Barry farms at some point. I would buy extra and store in freezer.

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Here is the one we use. http://www.barryfarm.com/milk.htm

DO NOT BUY The Cheese sauce powder, it does contain wheat.

Oh? I read the ingredients on the link you posted. Where is the wheat? I don't see it in the list.

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The woman I spoke with on the phone told me the Cheese sauce powder contains wheat but the Cheddar Cheese Powder from Kraft doesn't. I didn't see wheat listed either, just taking her word for it. Here is the number 419-741-0155

We've ordered the Cheddar cheese sauce powder for a few years and I've never had a problem with it.

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Thanks for the suggestions. I appreciate the help!

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Bulk barn has cheese sauce poweder, but that's taking a risk even if it is gluten free on its own.

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