There’s cauliflower in my Kraft Dinner

Check out the two labels below. On the left is a box of regular Kraft dinner. There’s no significant nutrition in the product on the left. Compare the label of the product on the right. This is from a KD Smart Vegetables box. No significant nutrition here either.

The ingredients of the Smart version are slightly better than the original product, but it’s still processed junk.

The clever advertizing would have parents believe that the Smart version is a sneaky way to get kids to eat veggies. Not even close! A single serving of Smart KD equals ½ a serving of cauliflower. The recommended daily intake of fruits and veggies is nine servings a day. A child would have to eat almost five boxes of KD Smart to get nine servings of vegetables.

KD Smart is nothing more than smart advertizing.

How do they turn cauliflower into noodles?


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