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Source: Motibhai Group
Friday, February 23, 2018

KRAFT cheddar is made with natural cheese and the goodness of milk. An Australian favourite since 1926, Kraft cheddar cheese has been the first choice for generations of Fijians as well.

While the Kraft cheddar story began in the 1920s when food entrepreneur Fred Walker began developing ways to pasteurise cheese, making it possible for the first time to store cheese indefinitely, little did he know that the brand of cheese he established will become an all-time global favourite across different communities and cultures.

With a strong 'Nutrient Score of B', Kraft cheddar cheese is a fairly healthy food choice because it contains a considerable amount of vitamins and minerals per calorie.

Available at leading supermarkets and grocery stores, Kraft cheddar cheese which is imported from Australia is a product of the Kraft Heinz Company and a favourite among children and adults alike.

Kraft cheddar cheese contains protein and phosphorus and is rich in calcium which is essential for proper muscle and nerve function and for keeping your bones strong. Phosphorus is necessary for kidney function and producing DNA, and zinc is needed for forming proteins and immune functions.

The product contains a high concentration of essential nutrients, in particular high quality protein and calcium, which are great for your health and is an important source of calcium and many other nutrients that are found in milk and is a great dairy alternative for people who have difficulty in digesting lactose or milk's sugar.

As almost everyone loves cheese, Kraft not only tastes great, it is also very good for you. Research has proven that adults and children alike should be eating a decent amount of cheese on a regular basis, and this is why it is included in the food pyramid.

Eating 1.5 ounces of cheddar cheese counts as the equivalent of one cup of dairy and is one-third of the recommended dairy consumption per day for adults. Dairy products, like Kraft cheddar cheese, provide you with essential nutrients, including protein, calcium, vitamin D and potassium. Getting sufficient amounts of these nutrients helps lower your risk for such health conditions as osteoporosis, diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.

It doesn't matter whether you enjoy Kraft cheddar cheese as an ingredient or with your favourite cracker or bread, what is important is that you are getting all the nutrients you need from it.

There are so many different ways that you can include Kraft cheddar cheese in your meals, and even if you just sprinkle a bit on top of your vegetables or pasta, you will still be reaping the benefits it has to offer.

So on your next shopping trip, don't forget to pick up a packet of Kraft — you won't be disappointed.

Kraft cheddar cheese which is manufactured using vegetarian enzymes and also carries halal certification is distributed in Fiji by Motibhai Group — touching your lives with quality products.

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