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I have called Kraft once in question of what enzymes were used in their cheddar cheese. The person on the other end seemed to think I was ridiculous for asking and suggested that there was no way to tell. Frustrated, the call ended.

I have since gone to Kraft's website to find that they use very specific enzymes in their different cheeses.

I was curious which enzymes were used in their Velveeta (specifically asking which animal). The first response told me, "Yes, we use animal enzymes," a form response, actually, that I had already read from their website. I rephrased the question, minimizing the number of questions (as I had asked a few), and the response I received only went into MORE depth on how cheeses are made. In honesty, I probably would not have been concerned with which enzymes were used (or even known that cheese requires enzymes) if I had not already known how cheese was made.

Needless to say, I am highly disappointed in the customer service quality of Kraft Foods.
     
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Inat on 02/12/2010:
perhaps they didn't know exactly what you were asking. Seems like it may have needed some context. Perhaps tell them WHY and they will tell you. just seemes like a vague reqeust
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
I'd be inclined to think that this sort of thing is a trade secret, but if you find out, homemade velveeta sounds great. Get the recipe to Miss Parples, she's my chef d'oeuvres
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
It seems as the OP had a hidden agenda to simply waste the CSR's time by wanting information that they already knew. (NH)
BEJ on 02/12/2010:
Why did you need to know this information? is there a health issue related to certain enzymes? If not, I can only agree with zzrokk, you were wasting their time and "yanking their chain".
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
Wow, if Ken had said that about me, that would have made him my joie de vivre.

Ponie on 02/12/2010:
'I have called Kraft once in question of what enzymes were used in their cheddar cheese.'
'In honesty, I probably would not have been concerned with which enzymes were used...'
Sooo? Why did you contact them? Doesn't make too much sense to me.
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
oops, mardon me, Marps
shootingstar1284 on 02/12/2010:
What enzymes are used in a certain product doesn't seem like the type of information that would make its way down the bureaucratic food chain to the call center. Are you asking because you're a vegetarian/vegan? Or are you unable to consume certain enzymes for health reasons? These seem like the only logical reasons someone would contact the manufacturer for this type of info.
madconsumer on 02/12/2010:
for what reason does it matter what enzyme they use?
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
There are religious reasons for not wanting to eat products made with animal enzymes. People with these concerns eat what's called halal foods. Kraft should be able to answer questions related to that. Maybe it was just the way the question was asked. (Velveeta is not halal.)
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
None of their cheeses are most likely and the OP should know that.
Most likely trying to stir up a frivilous "veggy lawsuit."
Ytropious on 02/12/2010:
Of all the things they teach their call center staff, what enzymes are in their cheese is probably not something they all know. I think you just have to realize what you are asking is slightly unreasonable. Also cheeta they were able to say they were "animal enzymes", maybe it's not the same animal every time. That should have been all the OP needed to know.
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
Cows.
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
This is certainly not an unreasonable question and not so complicated that the answer cannot be provided by a CSR. For someone who is concered about this stuff, the type of animal certainly matters. In fact, Kraft already has much of this information on its website, just not for Velveeta (that I could find). From the FAQ on their website:

"Q. What is the enzyme derivative of KRAFT Singles?

"A. The process of converting milk into cheese is dependent on coagulating through the use of an enzyme. The enzymes in this product are sourced from both microbial fermentations and animal sources. The animal sources are cow, sheep, and goat."

It's different for its Macaroni & Cheese: "The enzymes used to make our cheese powder in packages of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese are derived from an animal source (calves and sheep)."

If Kraft wants to sell its products to people who are concerned with this type of information, all they need to do is make their FAQ a bit more complete. If they don't care about these customers, fine. The OP has done a good job of raising awareness about this issue.
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
Chee, this site is about telling the people who write reviews and their opinions about companies how wrong they are. Someone has a problem getting the info they need to make an informed decision as a consumer, and they are challenged with "Why do you need this information" and "They told you enough info already; you don't need any more." It doesn't matter that Kraft already provides much of the info the OP is looking for, all that matters is that the OP is wrong for ever having brought it up.
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
Whatever. I actually didn't see it that way.
Anonymous on 02/12/2010:
Right on, Cheeta.
laklisa on 02/13/2010:
Noandyes, you said:"It doesn't matter that Kraft already provides much of the info the OP is looking for, all that matters is that the OP is wrong for ever having brought it up."

What?! How is the OP is wrong when they have an honest question?
Anonymous on 02/13/2010:
Sorry - you misread what I wrote. I was being sarcastic about so many of the attitudes expressed out here. OPs out here are consistently attacked for raising issues. Then they attack other posters for mentioning the obvious.
laklisa on 02/13/2010:
OHHHHH sorry :)
rhachel.t on 02/15/2010:
Actually, my concern is religious. I know that Velveeta is considered neither considered kosher nor halal, but I am specifically curious if Velveeta contains any PORK enzymes. In my experience with customer service inquiries of this sort, customer service does not give serious regard if I tell them WHY I want to know. It should be enough that I want to know what is in my food.

**Update** I have since CALLED Velveeta to ask them, and the customer service representative to whom I spoke said they get their enzymes for Velveeta from a random supplier (and don't know which animal is in there). Of course, I have gotten different answers from other companies when asking the same question to separate representatives, so I am still waiting for a response by email.
tnchuck100 on 02/15/2010:
Solution: Do not eat cheese. At any given time all manufacturers may change their process and/or ingredients.

Avoiding processed foods for religious reasons is going to be a never ending uncertain endeavor to say the least.
rhachel.t on 02/15/2010:
Yes, I do understand that there is risk involved. If the enzymes they use rotate between cow, sheep, and goat, I'm not really concerned. If there is a chance, though, that porcine enzymes could be slipped in there, I won't consume it.

I enjoy my cheese, and I'd sacrifice it if need be, but I don't see the need yet.

There are some companies that specifically state on the labels that they use only microbial enzymes. Kraft is not one of these, though.
PepperElf on 02/15/2010:
I recommend trying a kosher cheese - which velveeta is NOT.
one website recommended using a combination of American & Chedder as a substitute.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosher_foods#Cheese

note - rennet is not considered "meat", but it must come from a kosher animal that has been slaughtered according to the laws of kashrut in order to be called kosher.

so, kosher cheese will not contain pork derived rennet.
rhachel.t on 02/16/2010:
Hmm,
Thanks, PepperElf.

I think the reasons I was looking to Velveeta were the affordability and convenience factors. While there is certainly rabbinically kosher alternative, it usually comes at far less convenience and affordability.

Of course, if Kraft doesn't pull through, I may have to look to a certified alternative for my homemade queso. ^_^
Jane on 02/14/2014:
I can't eat pork ingesting's for health reasons , I really like Velveeta and my family also likes it, but if they can't give me the answer, I will not use it anymore. Sorry Kraft I have to leave you.
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RANCID TACO SHELLS
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We recently purchased 6 boxes of TACOBELL taco shells made by Kraft Foods. Every single box of shells is rancid, they smell horrible and we've had to throw all of them out. I searched the entire Kraft Foods website looking for a place to enter a complaint and none such exists. I've never encountered a website by a major company that didn't have a complaint center and offered some resolution to your complaint and discontent. Kraft offers none of that on their website. I will never buy TacoBell products from Kraft again, the smell of the taco shells was enough to take away your appetite!
     
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MSCANTBEWRONG on 08/31/2009:
Call their corp office @ To contact our head office, please call 1-847-646-2000
madconsumer on 08/31/2009:
I did not know baked corn products can go rancid. stale maybe.
Mrs. V on 08/31/2009:
Or email at this url:

http://kraftfoods.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/kraftfoods.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php
i_am_canadian on 08/31/2009:
It seems as though anything today can become contaminated, even the most unassuming foods like spinach or peanut butter.
Anonymous on 08/31/2009:
Why didn't you return them to the store? You know Kraft didn't sell you rancid shells, the store did. Probably had them sitting around in the back for a long, loooooooong time.
Anonymous on 08/31/2009:
They sound authentic to me. The perfect vessel for Taco Bell's rancid meat.
Anonymous on 09/01/2009:
I think if they use oil to make them they could definitely be rancid. Mrs. V good info again!
Anonymous on 09/28/2009:
I think instead of tossing them out you should have returned them to the store. You got a bad product. It happens. No need to boycott vendor or grocery for an error. Geesh.

Complaints like these make me roll my eyes. Toss it out and lose the money instead of returning yet complain all over the net.
ken on 08/18/2013:
my shells smell like old bad oil
Jenn on 10/07/2013:
@Ken.... Yes!!! My daughter went to make them about an hour ago, and my entire house smells like really old oil....@Mr. Anonmous..the shells smell so bad that I can not even put them in my car to take them back to the store and my kids can not stop coughing from the smell. BTW..this is the first complaint I have ever displayed about any type of product.
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Why take the vitamins out of TANG???
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I have been buying TANG for the last few years for my son, who absolutely loves the stuff. There are several reasons I didn't mind giving it to him over juice... They were: 1) it was vitamin fortified and 2) it had 1/2 the sugar of 100% juice. I go to Sam's a few weeks ago and realize the container is a LOT bigger. I think, "Hmmm, there is something going on here," but I didn't have time to really look the container and ingredients over thoroughly. I get home and start to really look into why the container was so different. They have clearly added twice the sugar and took out the vitamins. Now it only contains vitamin C. Vitamin C is great, but having more vitamins in the drink mix was better for my son who can be a picky eater. The fact that they have doubled the sugar is irritating too. No wonder the container is so much bigger! They added more sugar as filler!!! Has anyone else noticed this?
     
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Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
Do you have a picture of this container?
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
http://www.kraftfoods.com/kf/Products/ProductInfoDisplay.htm?SiteId=1&Product=4300010393
spiderman2 on 07/17/2009:
I have only used Tang to clean my dishwasher. Never drank it.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
I almost bought some TANG yesterday because it's been a long time since I had it. I don't know why they stopped making Grape Tang, that was really good!
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
It got it's notoriety back in the '60's when the astronauts took some into space with them.
BokiBean on 07/17/2009:
Do the astronauts know this?
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
Grape Tang? I don't even remember that!
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
Well...I got to know it much, much later than those astronauts in the 60's!
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
Yes they do.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
ZZ: http://whatever.losito.net/2006/12/15/grape-tang/

Uh..Grape Tang = 1970's
Basher = 28 years old
Much Older Brother = Stashing containers of Grape Tang, just in case he has a much younger sister born and he wanted her to know the pleasure of the taste of Grape Tang...

Yeah...That's it! That's the way it was!
BokiBean on 07/17/2009:
I'll tell you what is good for kids who don't like to take vitamins..they make gummi varieties now. They even make them for adults!

Also, I think Ovaltine has some good vitamins in it. And don't forget the veggies!
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
Interesting, DB. The only grape drink that I like is Welch's Grape Juice.
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
That's why they make V8.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
I like Welch's Grape...Concord Grape is my very favorite...Maybe that's why I like October weather so much, it's Concored Grape season!
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
CONCORD! Does Ohio have any up and coming Vineyards/Wineries?
grandma005 on 07/17/2009:
My Grandson used to be given gummi vitamins. Went to Dentist and had four cavities on all four molars. Dentist said it was because of the gummi vitamins, they get stuck in molars and cause cavities. My daughter thew them away ASP.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
Yes ZZ, smarty pants, we DO!
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
I bought my Dad a bottle of "Soprano's" Itailian wine today. I took a tiny taste of it...well, I touched the tip of my tongue to a drop and that stuff is YUCKY! I asked my Dad how he can drink that stuff because he might as well just drink a bottle of vinegar...he just laughed at me and said, "Are you SURE you are Italian and wasn't switched at birth in the hospital?" ...LOL!
BokiBean on 07/17/2009:
Oh grandma, I never knew! Thanks for setting me straight! VH
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
DB....aren't you the one who like's Southern Comfort?....nasty, cough syrup tastin' puke....
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
Yes, Uncle Scurvy, I DO like Southern Comfort...and Black Velvet...but wine is just not my thing!
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
Miss-B....I don't know how you can drink real whiskey.....and Southern-cough syrup-Comfort...
BokiBean on 07/17/2009:
I used to love me some Southern Comfort, and Black Velvet too...and Wild Turkey!
jktshff1 on 07/17/2009:
I usually get 2 or 3 5th's a year of the Wild Turkey Barrel Proof to enjoy with cigars on the patio while the kids and grandkids are swimmin.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
Is the Basher going to have to teach Uncle Scurvy how to drink real Whiskey???
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
*Loves Wild Turkey* Neat. Just give me a glass, don't be ruining it with ice or mixers!!
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
I never had Wild Turkey.
Anonymous on 07/17/2009:
NEVER?? Basher, you must get some! Best bourbon out there, IMO.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
I didn't even know it's bourbon...LOL! I'm not a drinker, I don't know much about alcohol...once in a while, I used ot have a Slo Gin Fizz at the bowling alley...lol!
jktshff1 on 07/17/2009:
You got to try the barrel proof. some of the best sippin whiskey out there.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
LOL....I thought you said it was the best "spittin whiskey out", and I wondered why you would want to drink a whiskey that's going to make you want to spit it back out...wow, must be pruty strong stuff!
jktshff1 on 07/17/2009:
'Genral, we need to get together and let me teach you a few things 'for I die.
DebtorBasher on 07/17/2009:
Well that's mighty kind of you JKT!
Anonymous on 09/28/2009:
OP, can I just say that YOU chose to give your kid a synthetic drink with vitamin filler over real juice. Who's fault is it that he doesn't get the vitamins he needs?
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Kraft Real Mayo ( Not Real Anymore)
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Remember when Coca-Cola came out with New Coke. Looks like Kraft has just done the same with the great mayonnaise that many of us have used for our entire life.

It appears they changed out the lables a while back. I remember thinking it was odd that they went from a really decent looking label to a cheap, generic looking label they are using today. When the labels switched I though the mayo did too but it had not ( at least not yet ).

It seems to be that they got folks used to a new label and then started phasing it in to stores thinking we might not notice. Well I got my first jar of it the other day and noticed on the first taste. I thought it was spoiled. Another taste and I thought Miracle Whip. What I finally determined was this is a light version of Miracle Whip. I personally dislike Miracle Whip, hence my reason for buying mayonnaise. They are not the same thing.

Please write or call the company and get out real stuff back. There are too many things changing in the world as it is. Some things are just good the way they are and don't need changed.
     
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Anonymous on 05/17/2009:
This is not good news for MissMarple.
BokiBean on 05/17/2009:
Kraft has a fishy flavor to me. I prefer Hellman's..
Nohandle on 05/17/2009:
We heard this a while back on this website. Thanks for the reminder. I've been picking up a brand called Hellman's or Sauer's. I've not had a problem with either brand but they might not be available in your area. I don't know yet why Kraft decided to change their mayo. I had bought that product for years.
BokiBean on 05/17/2009:
Sauer's is good too, and the price is much better than Kraft around here.
Anonymous on 05/17/2009:
Switch to Miracle Whip. It's been the same great taste for years
Anonymous on 05/17/2009:
Does anyone know what exactly they changed? I usually buy Hellmans, but have been known to grab Kraft if its on sale.
BokiBean on 05/17/2009:
Miracle Whip is salad dressing! I never met anyone who used it that way, but isn't that what it says on the bottle?

I like both mayo and miracle whip but there is two different animules..

raven, I dunno what they changed..I grew up with the stuff but now it has a slight fishy oily taste to it. I should say that in my family, its just me that gets that aftertaste from it.
Anonymous on 05/17/2009:
My mom makes Waldorf Salad with Miracle Whip. It's gooood
DebtorBasher on 05/17/2009:
I've always substitued Mayo with Miracle Whip...but when I do use Mayo, it's always been Hellmanns...I don't like the chuncky look of Hellmanns, but when I use it for potato salad or Mac salad, I always use half Hellmanns and half Miracle Whip.
BokiBean on 05/17/2009:
I looooove Waldorf Salad!
Starlord on 05/17/2009:
I was raised with Miracle whip, and can't stomach that white axle grease they call mayonnaise. I agree, mayo and Miracle Whip are not the same thing. Miracle Whip has half the fat and one third the calories of mayo. It also has a much better flavor.
Anonymous on 05/17/2009:
Agreed Starlord
Anonymous on 05/17/2009:
Mayo only has two ingredients... how different can it be?
Crown Jules on 05/17/2009:
I agree with the OP, Kraft mayo has tasted funky to me for months now. I used to buy either that or Best Foods (called Hellman's in the east), whichever one was on sale, but now all I buy is Best Foods. Most store brands are nasty so they're out. I like Miracle Whip, but only with tuna.
Anonymous on 05/18/2009:
Hmmm....went grocery shopping this morning, needed mayo for potato salad ( memorial day picnic YUM). Kraft was on sale, a LOT less expensive than Hellmans. Any other day, I would have bought the Kraft without a thought, due to the sale.

Thanx to this review and many of you backing it up, I decided on the Hellmans.
Anonymous on 05/18/2009:
Sorry, C2O, MissMarple doesn't buy Kraft. Sauers, all the way.
Alain on 05/18/2009:
Looks like I'll stick to Sauers and Hellman's.
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Postum vs. The money Grubbers
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Postum lost after one hundred and thirteen years, Kraft in its infant (infinite) wisdom has discontinued Postum. It was not filling their pockets full enough or fast enough. They would rather sell junk sugar filled foods with a high profit margin rather than keep with the founders, of both Post and Kraft, ideals for heather foods for the masses.

I think we need to show Kraft aka Post we won't stand for it and boycott all of their food entities.

Check the web and find any and all Kraft owned business and boycott them, also boycott their food products.

I know this will be asking a lot for some, as Kraft does make some superior products. But if we want healthy products on the store shelves than sacrifices must be made.

There is still Pero is still made because it is made in a health conscious country (Switzerland) not a money hungry one.

Shame on Kraft

     
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Principissa on 12/28/2007:
I'll still buy Kraft foods.
GothicSmurf on 12/28/2007:
Postum was a powdered coffee substitute sold by the Kraft Foods company. It was a kind of roasted grain beverage. The caffeine-free beverage mix was originally created by company founder C. W. Post in 1895 and marketed as a healthy alternative to coffee.--- (From Wiki)

With words like powdered, substitute, beverage mix, marketed as healthy and the like, I can see how this is good for you.
Ponie on 12/28/2007:
I drank Postum twice--both at the same time--first and last. Yuck!
Anonymous on 12/28/2007:
I haven't seen any updated stories on this product, but if I do, I'll postum.
DebtorBasher on 12/28/2007:
LOL Sheriff!
Slimjim on 12/28/2007:
LOL sheriff, something similar.
Anonymous on 12/28/2007:
I know how ya feel powell. I felt the same way when NBC canceled ALF.
Anonymous on 12/28/2007:
OK, sheriff, just spit out my coffee with that one. That was funny!
Anonymous on 12/28/2007:
I don't think there were any special health benefits to Postum. Its heyday was when coffee became scarece during WW II. It's amazing it lasted as long as it did.
heaven17 on 12/28/2007:
I didn't even know the stuff was still on the market.
Which is probably the reasoning behind this decision.
Kraft is a business designed to make money.
Why produce what you can't sell?
spiderman2 on 12/28/2007:
I saw this on the shelf at Wegman's yesterday. I have never seen it at any other store. Kraft would keep making it if enouh people were buying it!
Anonymous on 12/28/2007:
for something that's A LOT older than I am, it's funny that I've never seen or heard of it.
bobc123 on 12/28/2007:
Talked with Kraft Foods,Inc. (aka Post) today. You can call them to at 1-800-431-7678. They confirmed, apologetically, that Postum was being discontinued due to lack of customer demand. Some say it has been only recently off store shelves. The Kraft customer rep indicated that the company would be open to more consumer
feedback. If you can call them they will take your comments.

Robert Campbell, Long Beach, California
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Ad for Zesty Salad Dressing
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Rating: 1/51
WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA -- The ad for Kraft Zesty Salad Dressing is not only in stupid bad taste, but it is in stupid bad taste.

Having a guy's shirt catch on fire when he's cooking with a salad dressing and of course his chest is shiny and ripped..

Who ARE the ad people that comes up with this stuff. I certainly hope women across USA don't find this sexy.

It's right up there with the Liquid Plummer..snake your drain ad. Geez
     
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cmthru on 08/26/2013:
In the advertising industry it's been known for a very long time that sex sells. In the two ads you mention the sexual references are obvious. Take a look at ads for other things and you will see many rather subtle sex references. Mostly they are subliminal, but sometime very clear. Ads for alcoholic beverages contain references to not only sex but death as well.

Search for subliminal messages in advertising. Then be prepared to be really shocked at what you've seen without really noticing it. There is nothing in an ad that isn't accidental.
John Nicholson on 08/26/2013:
Best thing is to go to streaming via Netflix, etc. and you will not be upset by commercials. Much cheaper, too.
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Solid Lump
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Rating: 1/51
NORTHFIELD, ILLINOIS -- I purchased a box of Crystal Light to go natural lemonade. 5 of the 10 packets were a solid lump and the inside bottom of the box has the hardened product also. the backs of the damaged packets seem to not have been sealed properly by the machine.
     
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madconsumer on 09/22/2012:
try contacting the telephone number on the box and give them the package production information. often times they will send you coupons for free product!
unhappy999 on 09/22/2012:
Look for a phone number or email on the package and call them about it. Chances are good they will send you a coupon for a free box. They will want the numbers from the box. Posting it on this site will not get you anything.
jeff on 09/23/2012:
ditto to the others....
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When will you produce Postum again. we all miss it
     
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leet60 on 08/17/2012:
Postum is still produced and widely available. It may not be carried at your local market. You may want to ask the store manager to order you some or you can buy it online at www.postum.com
Anonymous on 08/17/2012:
I found this on Wikipedia while looking up Postum (I've never heard of it):

It was discontinued in 2007, but by May 2012, a small company, Eliza’s Quest Food, obtained the trademark to the Postum name. As of July 14, 2012 Postum is being sold through the Postum.com website. Eliza’s Quest Food is working on placing the product back into stores.
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Bad Cottage Cheese
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AUBURN, NEW YORK -- Very bad and watery. Took it back to store for refund. Only way to deal with products like this. Get your money back.
     
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nikalseyn on 02/24/2012:
We took back some Salmon we bought from Meijer last night. What Meijer does, I have been told by workers, is wash old fish with water to get rid of as much of the bad smell and then put it back to sell again. When fish is bad, you can tell when you try to eat it. Also, it is a good idea to ask to smell the fish before you buy it---that is if it is not already in a package. I don't think buying fish already wrapped in plastic is a good or safe idea in the first place.

Bottom line, when you get bad food, always take it back and get your money refunded. Most people just throw it away. That only encourages stores to sell outdated or bad food.
clutzycook on 02/24/2012:
I'm not a fan of Kraft cottage cheese in general. I almost always get the store brands. Actually, Prairie Farms makes really good cottage cheese too.
Chris Chase on 09/05/2013:
I love Cottage Cheese but Kraft Cottage Cheese is AWFUlL. Creamland Cottage Cheese is 10000000 times better. Sorry Kraft I still like the Mac and Cheese.
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What have you done to my Miracle Whip salad dressing
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OACOMA, SOUTH DAKOTA -- I have been asked to bring my potato salad to every potluck for 50 years, but now I won't even eat it. There is absolutely no taste to your dressing any more. Where is the zing? Plus, my salad turns to potato soup after half a day. It is so watery and disgusting
     
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madconsumer on 09/07/2011:
I use miracle whip, and I feel there has been no change.
Nohandle on 09/07/2011:
I've never bought Miracle Whip but always bought the Kraft Mayonnaise. The recipe/formula, was changed a few years back. That's when I started buying the store brands or different brands for real mayonnaise as it is called. There honestly was a difference in what Kraft now calls mayonnaise. I don't know what they did, but it's not good to me.
Anonymous on 09/07/2011:
I think it still tastes the same
ticia232 on 09/07/2011:
I am with the others. I have not seen a change in taste. My mother just made potato salad with it a couple of days ago, and it lasted for 2 days after she left.
Starlord on 09/08/2011:
We have used Miracle Whip all of our lives, and we have noticed no change in the product. For lunch today, I had a baloney, salami and MW sandwich, and it was as good as ever. Maybe your jar was left on a loading dock too long. I would contact Kraft Foods or the store where you bought it.
kenoiaina on 09/25/2011:
My Aunt, Mother and myself have all noticed that the Miracle Whip gets watery after 2 days. We have always made our recipes the exact same way for many years and noticed this past year that we are having problems with our recipes being watery around 2 days later.
GenuineNerd on 09/25/2011:
Is the Miracle Whip kept in the refrigerator after opening? If it's kept at room temperature, it could get watery. I prefer Marzetti Slaw Dressing, although I think it's only available in the Midwest. That makes great potato salad.
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