Which Kraft products are gluten-free?
No gluten, no problem! Meet our Gluten-Free Kraft Mac and Cheese. It’s just as smooth and creamy as the original mac you know and love. Our brown rice and corn pasta is a delicious gluten-free option to enjoy your favorite comfort food.
Does Kraft cheese have gluten?
In the U.S., both Kraft and Sargento—two popular manufacturers of shredded cheese—consider their shredded cheeses to be gluten-free to the generally accepted 20 parts per million standard. Sargento adds that the powdered cellulose it uses in its shredded cheese is not derived from any gluten grain.
Is Kraft Mac and cheese certified gluten-free?
Kraft mac & cheese is a staple in so many pantries since it’s easy to whip up for kids and adults alike. The original recipe is not suitable for those who need to stick to eating gluten-free, but now the brand has a certified gluten-free option available with noodles made from brown rice and corn pasta.
Does Kraft cheddar cheese have gluten?
According to Kraft, the company labels for all sources of gluten above 10ppm, which means if an ingredient was sourced from wheat, they would state that on the label. None of their labels on shredded cheese claim wheat so rest assured, Kraft shredded cheese is gluten-free.
Is Kraft Parmesan and Romano cheese gluten-free?
Yes, Kraft Parmesan & Romano Grated Cheese is gluten-free.
Is Kraft Mac and Cheese powder real cheese?
For our powdered Cheese Sauce Mix in Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, we start by making our own cheese. We then blend that cheese with other ingredients to make a cheese sauce that has the one-of-a-kind taste you love.