Made with Goodness!
In our early years, we relied on creativity to get our mac & cheese into as many hands as possible.
Opportunities came with events such as the Boom Box Parade in Willimantic, Connecticut. As a clever alternative to a marching band, everyone marched with their own boom box volume turned way up.
We piled cases of Annie's into my husband's truck and joined the fire trucks, floats, and marchers parading down Main Street. The truck was covered with Annie's magnets, and we tossed them into the crowd. We ran back and forth, handing out boxes of Annie's. "Try it," we said, "and if you like it, tell a friend."
The Boom Box Parade has grown in popularity over the past two decades. And, so has Annie's. A constant for me are the connections I make with our consumers — they are as meaningful now as they were 20 years ago.
Bye for now,
We partner with people and places we trust to make flour for our rice pasta and to produce milk for our cheese to make your meal wonderfully wholesome & delicious!
* No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-treated and non rBST-treated cows.
Annie's Way In 10 Minutes
Annie's Suggestions: For a richer flavor, add 2 Tbsp unsalted butter.
For a creamy, tangy version, replace milk with 1/2 cup lowfat yogurt.
Rice pasta shells (white and brown rice flour), cheddar cheese (cultured pasteurized milk, salt, non-animal enzymes), whey, butter, nonfat milk, salt, sodium, phosphate.
Contains milk ingredients.
Keep in a cool, dry place