Land O Lakes American Extra Melt Yellow Process Cheese Loaf, 5 Pound -- 6 per case. Land O Lakes Extra Melt Cheese sets the Gold Standard for taste and performance. It delivers a rich, buttery cheese flavor and a superior hot-hold performance, resisting browning and thickening. In addition, its easy to work with, melting smoothly and shredding and slicing evenly, with no sticking. Its the industrys premier choice for crafting macaroni and cheese, queso dips and other Mexican dishes, plus other casseroles, sauces and soups. List of Ingredients: Cultured pasteurized milk and skim milk, cream, salt, contains less than 2% of sodium phosphate, milkfat, artificial color, enzymes. Contains: Milk. 5 Pound
Features & Highlights
- Important - Refrigerated items are perishable and tend to have short shelf lives - some of these can be as little as two weeks from the date of receipt - if you are ordering a large quantity, or are otherwise concerned about expiration dates, consider a frozen product.
- Ships refrigerated, CANNOT be cancelled after being processed.
|Manufacturer:||Land O Lakes|
|Brand:||Land O Lakes|
|Publisher:||Land O Lakes|
|Studio:||Land O Lakes|
|Package Weight:||30 pounds|
|Package Size:||11.2 x 7.9 x 7.9 inches|
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