Kids Rice Mac n Cheese Meal

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The Good:
And it is vegetarian. No trans fat is very good; This is a high protein food, yay. And it is yeast-free.
The Bad:
The Ugly:
High saturated fat in this one. High sodium in this one, watch it. Watch the high sugars here. This food has added sugars.

Manufacturer Description:

Pasta and kids seem to go together. Some kids though, cannot tolerate gluten or dairy. The chefs at Amy's Kitchen creatd the ''Baked Ziti Kids Meal'' made with light tender organic rice noodles toppped with a dairy free cheeze and Amy's pasta sauce. Broccoli and sauce, rice focaccia & a delicious apple crisp complete the meal.

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Kids Rice Mac n Cheese Meal

F Score : help-icon 3

Not good at all! It has high sodium, fat and sugar.

Manufacturer:
Amys
Score:
3
Allergen Info:
Gluten-Free (certified by manufacturer), Peanut-Free, Treenut-Free, Soy-Free, Egg-Free
Diet Info:
Vegetarian, High Saturated Fat, No Trans Fat, High Sodium, High Sugar, High Protein, Yeast Free, Has Sugar,
Ingredients:help-icon
Organic rice pasta (organic rice flour, water), organic lowfat milk, organic apples, organic broccoli, Cheddar cheese (Pasteurized milk, culture, salt, annatto, enzymes [without animal enzymes or rennet]), organic grade AA butter (organic cream, salt), organic sweet rice flour, organic brown rice, organic Agave has a higher fructose content than any other common sweetener, more even than high fructose corn syrup. Because of its reputation as a natural sweetener, it is now widely used in products claiming to be good for health – from teas to nutrition bars and energy drinks. Fructose is a major culprit in the rising incidence of type 2 diabetes and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. It may also increase risks of heart disease and cancer. - Source: Dr Weil: What's Wrong with Agave Nectar">Agave Nectar, filtered water, organic apple juice concentrate, organic maple syrup, organic Cornstarch, sea salt, expeller pressed high oleic safflower and/or sunflower oil, organic Brown Rice Syrup, organic Corn Flour, spices*, organic Annatto, Contains milk, *100% pure herbs & spices (no hidden ingredients),
Nutrition info:
Serving Size: 8.0 oz, Servings Per Container: 1.0, Serving Weight: 8.0 oz, Calories: 390 , Calories from Fat: 110, Total Fat: 13g, Saturated Fat: 7g, Trans Fat: 0g, Cholesterol: 40mg, Sodium: 510mg, Total Carbohydrate: 58g, Dietary Fiber: 3g, Sugars: 11g, Protein: 12g, Organic: 90%, Vitamin A: 15%, Vitamin C: 30%, Calcium: 25%, Iron: 6%,

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