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12-Pack of 6oz Annie's Shells & Aged Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese EXPIRED

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You realize milk can be organic right? Hence any products derived from it. We're talking labels and classifications here, not your personal disdain for processed food.
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I know ppl like this, that, and the other organic stuff, but this stuff is nasty compared to bluebox and that's not very good in itself.
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I know ppl like this, that, and the other organic stuff, but this stuff is nasty compared to bluebox and that's not very good in itself.
I think I the whole organic thing is nonsense and like the flavor of these. They taste about as good as Kraft give it take
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I think I the whole organic thing is nonsense and like the flavor of these. They taste about as good as Kraft give it take
These aren't organic.
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These aren't organic.
the pictured box says the pasta is organic....
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These aren't organic.
Of course not but since the hawk this crap at trader Joe's and whole foods people just by into the whole scam of gentrification of food...
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the pictured box says the pasta is organic....
Because nothing says organic like powdered processed cheese sauce
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There's a $1.50 coupon on the white cheddar, which unlike this stuff is actually edible. Not as good a price, but exponentially better flavor.
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the pictured box says the pasta is organic....
Yeah, just the pasta here, they have a full organic one which says so in the title.
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Because nothing says organic like powdered processed cheese sauce
You realize milk can be organic right? Hence any products derived from it. We're talking labels and classifications here, not your personal disdain for processed food.
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There's a $1.50 coupon on the white cheddar, which unlike this stuff is actually edible. Not as good a price, but exponentially better flavor.
I tried the white cheddar and don't like it.

Personally I think many store brands, and Kraft, are better, but maybe because I was raised on what we called "Kraft dinner". Good with a well drained can of Starkist.

my main point is this though, don't buy bulk quantities of foods unless you know you like it.
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Because the process used to powder this 'cheese and milk' is totally organic... Whatever that term changes from person to person... Any company that markets based on bull crap is a no in my book
What are you even talking about? Nothing to do with the process. Look at the ingredients on this certified organic product: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003DIIMM4/
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For those that care, according to Annie's, Certified Organic is not 100% organic. At least 95% by weight, but less than 100%.

Personally I don't even care about the organic thing; only that they're wildly inconsistent. In a single shrink-wrapped package of 12, I had the following: one box didn't have powder at all, one box had half an envelope (sealed but quantity was wrong), one box had two full envelopes, and one box had a double-full envelope. It was really weird. Taste was just meh.
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