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Rocky Mountain™ Freeze Dried Sharp Cheddar Cheese

Item #587
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MSRP: $63.75

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Freeze Dried Sharp Cheddar Cheese

*RM=Rocky Mountain Food Reserves

1 can of Freeze Dried Sharp Cheddar Cheese

Item Number: 587

Ship Weight: 2.98 lbs.

Net Weight: 37.00oz.

Product Supply Type: Food

Shelf Life: 25 Years

Total Items: 1

Total Servings: 75

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1/2 Tbsp Reconstituted
Servings Per Container 75

Amount Per Serving Calories 87 Calories from Fat 64
% Daily Value Total Fat 7g 11% Saturated Fat 5g 25% Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 22mg 7% Sodium 133mg 6% Total Carbohydrate 0g 0% Dietary Fiber 0g 0% Sugars 0g Protein 5g
Vitamin A 5% Vitamin C 0% Calcium 20% Iron 1% Potassium %

Ingredients:  Part-skim milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto (vegetable color).

Produced in a facility that processes peanuts, milk, soy, wheat, gluten, egg and tree nuts ingredients. 


Directions:  Cover 1 ½ tbs. of shredded cheese with 1/8 cup warm water. Let stand 10 minutes and drain off excess liquid. Yield: 1 ½ tbs. cheese. (1oz.) Use in casseroles, pizza, soups, chili, salads.



Storage and Handling



It is necessary to store food Storage products properly to ensure maximum shelf life. Store the product in a cool area, avoid long-term storage above 72 degrees F, and be careful to not puncture the cans. Under the right conditions, food storage will maintain its shelf life for product quality, flavor, and nutritional value.

Once open, contents should be used with in a reasonable timeframe. However, product resealed used plastic recloseable lid has been found to be acceptable in making the food storage last longer.

This package is sold by weight, not volume. Some settling may have occurred due to shipping, handling or variations in the product density.



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