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Annie’s Homegrown totally natural Arthur macaroni and cheese is made with Arthur shaped pasta and real aged Wisconsin cheddar cheese colored naturally orange with annatto--sure to make your kid smile. Now you can buy your kids Annie’s totally natural Arthur macaroni and cheese with the PBS character Arthur on the box. This vegetarian product is free of yeast. It is a good source of protein, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin B1, and folic acid. This is sold in a pack of twelve 6-ounce boxes. This box also contains two limited editions of original Arthur stories for all to enjoy.
About Annie's Homegrown
Annie’s Homegrown was co-founded in 1989 by Annie Withey, an organic farmer, wife, and mother of two. Annie started with the intention of making all-natural macaroni and cheese. However, the company gained a lot of popularity and Annie’s currently does a lot more than that.
Annie’s Homegrown brings you a wide range of comfort foods such as macaroni and cheese, snacks, and cereal--all made with straight-from-nature, simple, and organic ingredients with no icky additives or pesky preservatives. All their products taste great--delight yourself with their delicious products now!
The company is driven by a team of folks who are passionate about three things--food, people, and the planet. People at Annie’s Homegrown always strive for the motto: “Eat Responsibly. Act Responsibly”.
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I used this product to help get my kid off of the other name brand macaroni and cheese that has gotten so much bad press lately for its use of dyes and colors. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cali2ky2gr
love this stuff-don't feel guilty about feeding the kids mac and cheese with this one! i add pureed carrots to it, too, since my youngest refuses vegetables of any kind. Read morePublished on June 22, 2008 by Victoria Mullins
I received this by error from amazon instead of the organic pasta. I accepted it because it said organic on the front and I didn't look very carefully at it. Read morePublished on October 17, 2007 by L. Sherman
My kids had nothing but Annie's until they started school and had Kraft mac and cheese on a play date. They still prefer Annie's, which surprised and pleased me. Read morePublished on July 3, 2007 by Dr. Mom to Three