Is it Pregnancy friendly? Kraft Original Mac N Cheese Macaroni And Cheese Cups Easy Microwavable Dinner

Is it Pregnancy friendly? Kraft Original Mac N Cheese Macaroni And Cheese Cups Easy Microwavable Dinner
Compliant

This product is likely pregnancy friendly.

Ingredients

Enriched macaroni product (wheat flour, glyceryl monostearate, niacin, ferrous sulfate [iron], thiamin mononitrate [vitamin b1], riboflavin [vitamin b2], folic acid), cheese sauce mix (whey, corn syrup solids, milk, milkfat, palm oil, modified food starch, salt, milk protein concentrate, maltodextrin, contains less than 2% of calcium carbonate, sodium triphosphate, medium chain triglycerides, dried buttermilk, citric acid, sodium phosphate, lactic acid, calcium phosphate, nonfat dry milk, guar gum, cheese culture, with paprika, turmeric, and annatto added for color, silicon dioxide, enzymes, natural flavor, xanthan gum), modified food starch, maltodextrin, acetylated monoglycerides, salt, medium chain triglycerides.

Allergens

Contains: wheat, milk.,

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