processed cheese

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made by blending several lots of cheese

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Giggles from The Laughing Cow is a soft white cheese food snack which is deliciously mild and creamy, especially for little ones.
But Giggles, the soft cheese food snack, are deliciously mild and creamy.
Limited information has been published on the growth of vegetative food pathogens or spoilage microorganisms in commercially pasteurized cheese food slices stored under different temperature conditions.
Specifically, the letter notes that current law does not list MPCs "as one of the optional dairy ingredients that may be used in pasteurized process cheese food.
In the break that followed, participants were able to sample the Kraft line of processed cheese, cheese food, and cheese spreads.
plastic cup containers of Cold Pack Cheese Food because they may contain Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.
It held up to the temperatures of cooking and did not become the oily goo that is the hallmark of processed cheese food we too often find in American Mexican restaurants.
They have "true cheese" flavors that are easily recognizable in a cheese food product.
Add Cheddar cheese and Monterey jack cheese food, a little at a time; stir just until melted after each addition.
com/reports/c57930) has announced the addition of The 2007-2012 Outlook for Cheese Food in Greater China to their offering.
There is also the imperative to make the products affordable, hence many of the cheese foods we think of as real cheese are actually made of water and oil more than natural cheese.
Made from raw cashews and mostly organic ingredients, these dairy- and soy-free alternatives to processed cheese foods come in four fantastic varieties.
The industry manufactures natural cheese, processed cheese, cheese foods and spreads, and cheese imitations and substitutes.
Cheeses that may pose the most problems are American cheeses, processed cheeses, cheese spreads, and cheese foods, for they have little aging time and thus have more lactose content.
Kraft General Foods produces Velveeta, Cheez Whiz, American Singles, and other processed cheese foods at its plant in Springfield, MO.