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Is Cheez Whiz Grey?

Cheez whiz is a bright orange, viscous paste that usually comes in a glass jar and used as a topping for corn chips, cheese steaks, celery and other foods. But is Cheez Whiz grey before they dye it orange? Currently the truth behind this matter is a guarded secret of its producer, Kraft. Cheez Whiz was originally developed by a team led by food scientist Edwin Traisman and was first marketed in 1953. It is marketed in the US, Canada, Venezuela and the Philippines. In some markets the product is sold in a narrow jar. When cheese whiz is advertised as a sauce, the jars are larger and more of a squat cylindrical shape.

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 11/25/2010 - 03:22


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