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Horizon goes beyond the dairy case with new Mac & Cheese offerings

Horizon Mac n Cheese productsHorizon, Broomfield, Colo., announced the launch of six new Horizon Mac & Cheese products. These new macaroni & cheese products mark an important step in the brand expanding outside of the dairy case. The products are available in organic or made with organic ingredients.

All of the new Horizon Mac & Cheese products fall on the organic spectrum and are regulated by the USDA’s National Organic Program, and the labels on the new products clearly designate which are organic and which are made with organic. The organic varieties carry the USDA Organic Seal and contain at least 95% certified organic ingredients, while the made with organic products contain at least 70% certified organic ingredients. All Horizon Mac & Cheese products are produced without genetically modified (GMO) ingredients and all are made with real, Horizon organic cheese.

The products are available in six new varieties:

USDA-Certified organic Horizon Mac & Cheese products:

  • Shells & White Cheddar Cheese
  • Macaroni & Mild Cheddar Cheese

Made with organic Horizon Mac & Cheese products:

  • Pasta Cows & Mild Cheddar Cheese
  • Shells & White Cheddar Cheese
  • Macaroni & Mild Cheddar Cheese
  • Macaroni & Mild Cheddar Cheese (with 12 grams of protein per serving)

The Mac & Cheese products will join Horizon’s existing organic dairy, including milk, cheese and yogurt. Available in grocery stores nationwide, the Mac & Cheese products can be found near similar products in dry grocery aisles.

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