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[No Frills] Kraft Dinner $0.50 a box

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[No Frills] Kraft Dinner $0.50 a box

No Frills in the Vancouver area has 4 Packs of KD for $2 and individual boxes for $0.50 which is definitely more than 50% off regular price anywhere you shop.
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On a related cultural observation....

Has anyone else noticed how small the noodles in regular Kraft dinner have become ? I seem to remember them being much larger.

You now have to buy the "premium editions" to get decent sized noodles, extra creamy being the best.


Another life expectation shattered :(
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echotango wrote:
May 6th, 2018 3:46 pm
On a related cultural observation....

Has anyone else noticed how small the noodles in regular Kraft dinner have become ? I seem to remember them being much larger.

You now have to buy the "premium editions" to get decent sized noodles, extra creamy being the best.

Another life expectation shattered :(
Check the grams per package. Most of those extra creamy, etc, have less in the package than the original.
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I don't know if it has actually changed but it definitely isn't as good as I remember it being as a kid. My kid likes it though.
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echotango wrote:
May 6th, 2018 3:46 pm
On a related cultural observation....

Has anyone else noticed how small the noodles in regular Kraft dinner have become ? I seem to remember them being much larger.

You now have to buy the "premium editions" to get decent sized noodles, extra creamy being the best.


Another life expectation shattered :(
I just made one the other day after about 3 or 4 years and yes the are almost 1/2 the size they used to be and the no name brands
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Costco West also had the KD 12 pack on sale for $5.99 this week.
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anyone noticed the colors is also not the same as before.
Used to be alot more orange before no?
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sobig wrote:
May 6th, 2018 11:44 pm
anyone noticed the colors is also not the same as before.
Used to be alot more orange before no?
They changed the ingredients for the sauce to be more "natural." Google it. It's widely known. Tastes worse to be honest and I doubt it is any healthier for you
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ProfessorChaos wrote:
May 6th, 2018 11:47 pm
They changed the ingredients for the sauce to be more "natural." Google it. It's widely known. Tastes worse to be honest and I doubt it is any healthier for you
It Problably why every company reduced their single size portion and increased the price right?
They all have our health to heart /Sarcasm.
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sobig wrote:
May 6th, 2018 11:54 pm
It Problably why every company reduced their single size portion and increased the price right?
They all have our health to heart /Sarcasm.
Yeah it's some BS. For everything. TP, Paper towels. Everything is less for more $.

It used to be 225G per box, now it's 200G and the price is higher.
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ya same with Bryers ice cream. 2L tub to 1.66L.

1.66L?!? And they taste awful. cheapening out on ingredients and quality.
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your suppost to cook the fibers from the cardboard box.
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I have no idea why Kraft dinners are popular. Abysmal quality, I'd gladly pay fifty cents more to eat anything else.

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