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1921 - demand was so high that they made 15,000 boxes per day

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Q: When did they pack kraft processed cheese in wooden boxes?
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Is cheese prodcued in Australia?

Yes, Kraft cheese is one of the best processed cheese.

Who introduced processed cheese in 1915?

Your Answer: James Lewis Kraft

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Type your answer here..1928 Kraft's Velveeta Cheese was invented. It was packaged using the 1921 invention of a tinfoil lining that could house the cheese inside a wooden box. Its special cooking properties quickly caught on. When melted, it was as smooth as velvet (hence its name), and it would never curdle when heated. It replaced canned cheese. James L. Kraft founded J.L Kraft Bros. cheese factory in Stockton, Illinois in 1914. He introduced the company's first cheese in tins a year later. In 1917, Kraft cheese in tins was accompanying WWI soldiers to foreign fronts.

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Cheez Whiz is manufactured by the Kraft Heinz Company. It is a processed cheese spread that is known for its creamy texture and tangy flavor.

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Who came up with the Kraft Mac and cheese slogan Kraft Macaroni and Cheese is the cheesiest they should call it Kraft cheese and Macaroni?

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