6 oz box
Best Ingredients: Organic Pasta (Organic Wheat Flour), Whey, Cultured Cream, Nonfat Milk, Salt, Butter (Pasteurized Cream, Salt), Dried Cheddar Cheese (Cultured Pasteurized Milk, Salt, Non-Animal Enzymes), Corn Starch, Citric Acid, Annatto Extract (for Color), Lactic Acid, Sunflower Lecithin, Sodium Phosphate, Silicon Dioxide (for Anticaking).
Contains wheat and milk ingredients.
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Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth. No synthetic colors. We work with trusted suppliers to source only non-GMO ingredients. Annie's - Homegrown. Rabbit of approval. Made with organic pasta. Made with real cheese. Made with goodness! Cheese from cows not treated with rBST (No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows). Yum for everybunny. Why organic wheat? Wheat flour is a key ingredient in many of Annie's meals and snacks. Meet Bernie! Bernie was Annie's pet Dutch rabbit. When she started the company, Annie chose him to be our official rabbit of approval representing the simplicity, care and goodness in all of our products. Dear Friend, My husband Rob and I were the Annie's Consumer Relations and Mail Order team for several years and were accustomed to the phone ringing day and night. If the phone rang at 2:00 AM, it might have been a friend or family member, but more likely it was someone calling to order mac & cheese. Annie's original warehouse was an old grain mill without climate control. Rob and I hand-addressed every mail-ordered case, and during the winter months I often used a hair dryer to keep my fingers nimble. We packed our two-door Volkswagen with up to 50 cases, keeping our tiny post office busy. My connection to our consumers deepened with every case sent during those years; a connection, I believe, is the foundation of Annie's. Bye for now, Annie. No artificial flavors. We love to hear your feedback! Contact us at annies.com or 1-800-288-1089 ad reference the best if used by date. Visit annies.com to learn about our commitment to a better planet and to get a fun Annie's sticker! Box Tops for Education: No more clipping. Scan your receipt. See how at btfe.com. By choosing organic wheat flour, we support organic farmers, who use sustainable practices, such as: rotating diverse crops, protecting important habitats, and promoting biodiversity to create a more ecological food system! We reduce our bunny footprint by using: Recyclable.
Annie’s way in 8 minutes. 1. Boil: 6 cups Water in a medium saucepan. 2. Stir in: Pasta, bring to boil. Cook 6-8 minutes, or until done, stirring occasionally. 3. Drain pasta: In colander. While pasta is draining. 4. Extra tasty! Add: 1/4 cup reduced fat milk and 3 tbsp salted butter to the warm saucepan. 5. Sprinkle: Cheese over milk; stir to combine. 6. Add: Cooked pasta back to saucepan and stir well. Enjoy! Annie’s suggestions: For an even richer flavor, add an additional 2 tablespoon salted butter. For a creamy, tangy version, replace milk with 3 tablespoon of plain whole milk yogurt. Store in a cool, dry place.