Enriched white rice (rice, iron, niacin, thiamin mononitrate, folic acid), maltodextrin, corn starch, salt, modified whey, sugar. Contains 2% or less of: ricotta cheese* (whey, milkfat, lactic acid, salt), cheddar cheese* (cultured milk, salt, enzymes), enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), vegetable oil (canola, soybean and/or sunflower oil), chile pepper*, spice, modified corn starch, onion*, tomato*, buttermilk, red bell pepper*, garlic*, citric acid, sea salt, lactic acid, calcium lactate, natural flavor, silicon dioxide (anticaking agent), sodium phosphate, whey*, monoglycerides, nonfat milk*, blue cheese* (cultured milk, salt, enzymes), malic acid, milk protein concentrate, yeast extract. *dried


Contains milk, wheat; may contain egg and soy ingredients.

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An MSG-free diet excludes foods containing monosodium glutamate (MSG), a flavor enhancer commonly added to processed foods, snacks, seasonings, and restaurant dishes. Some individuals may choose to avoid MSG due to sensitivity or perceived adverse reactions, such as headaches or flushing, although scientific evidence on widespread MSG sensitivity remains inconclusive. Adhering to this diet involves avoiding processed and fast foods known to contain MSG and being vigilant about reading labels on packaged foods. The Fig app is an excellent resource for building an MSG-free shopping list, ensuring that all food choices align with this dietary restriction. As always, consulting with a healthcare professional or dietitian is recommended to navigate dietary changes safely.