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Product Recall: We are voluntarily recalling fewer than 8,000 cases of regular Kraft American Singles Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product
limited to 4 SKUs on two “Best When Used By” dates of February 20, 2015 and February 21, 2015. Click Here.

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  1. Store your sandwich cheeses and meats in airtight containers. Otherwise they may absorb or give off odors which other foods can pick up in the refrigerator.
  2. Bakery breads often go stale quickly because they have fewer preservatives. Just remember that bread freezes well. Keep what you'll use, freeze the rest and toast as you go.
  3. Shop the salad bar at your local grocer. Pick out interesting, pre-sliced veggies to use on your sandwiches for the week. Store in airtight containers, and they'll last 2-3 days.
  4. Avoid soggy sandwiches by storing your bread, meat and veggies in separate airtight containers. Just assemble for a sandwich with all the fresh flavors and a little extra crunch.
  5. Think outside the bread box and whip out the rolling pin. Flatten bread, add ingredients and roll up your sandwich in waxed paper or aluminum foil. Let the kids help, and they'll have as much fun making it as they'll have eating it.


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