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Dairy & Dairy Substitutes product reviews from the community

Lately this product has been coming through as mostly whey, making it more like sour milk than cottage cheese. When I emailed Kraft about it they acknowledged receiving my comments but never actually responded. I've switched to a non-K...

John Grzybowski, 3 months

Not recommended. Yes, I have a tub in my fridge now.

Problems:

The inner plastic cover is nearly impossible to remove in one piece and the product globs all over it so it very messy.

The consistency is grainy and thin. It's more l...

Amanda Carter, 3 months

This product contains potassium sorbate which makes it taste funny. It is supposed to be a preservative to keep it from spoiling. But it ruins the whole taste. Trying running a spoonful under hot water. It does not melt. Gross stuff.

Lisa Judge, 8 months

Rating Dairy & Dairy Substitutes products

Overview

GoodGuide's Health ratings for food products are based on four attributes:

  • The nutritional value of the food, as characterized by a standard method of nutrient assessment called the “Ratio of Recommended to Restricted Nutrients” (RRR);
  • Indicators of whether levels of specific nutrients exceed public health guidelines;
  • The presence of potentially hazardous food additives; and
  • Indicators of various production practices that affect the quality of a food product.

Scoring Methodology

The Ratio of Recommended to Restricted Nutrients (RRR) calculates the ratio of “good” to “bad” nutrients, essentially providing an overall picture of a food's nutrition profile. For most types of food, the list of recommended nutrients includes protein, calcium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, and fiber and the list of restricted nutrients includes calories, saturated fat, cholesterol, sugar, and sodium. For fresh fruits and vegetables, the recommended nutrients include fiber, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron and the restricted nutrients include calories, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium.

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