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Bega Canned Processed Cheese - CASE of 12
 

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  • Great to see you guys offer this

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    2 of 3 people found this review helpful

    Bought some from a competitor a while back and tested it. Really good tasting cheese. I've tried the freeze-dried cheeses and besides being so expensive they just arn't as good in SOME recipes. In that case the Bega does well. Have since bought a good number of cans for our stash.

    2/15/13

    Dan

  • Wise to stock up

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    • Quality

    After opening up a 2 1/2 year old can and it still being superb, I would defininitely try to stretch this cheese as far as a could if planning on using it for macaroni and cheese. I would probably add it to the #10 can of creamy soup starter. This also goes well on Wheat Thins or can you eat it the way the French eat cheese, with a chunk of good bread.

    2/22/13

    Beth

  • Great option for storage

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    We all eat processed cheese and this is a great item to have in your pantry.

    4/2/13

    Joseph

  • A nice option

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    • Value
    • Quality

    This is not a bad price for a case of cheese. I will be getting more.

    4/11/13

    Krysten

  • Great stuff!

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    • Quality

    Makes the most delicious macaroni and cheese, ever! Also wonderful on crackers. The cans are large, so make sure you're sharing with someone or have a way to refrigerate the leftovers.

    6/12/13

    Kathryn

  • Great price

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    • Price
    • Value

    I love Bega cheese on crackers and in pasta! This sale price is wonderful!

    7/10/13

    Kathryn

  • Wow

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    This is a great deal in any situation, cheese with MINIMAL shelf life can cost MORE than this at stores!

    9/25/13

    Scott

  • So Glad To Have These On Hand

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    I had to try one before socking the rest away. A wonderful taste and ready to eat. Good for camping and for emergencies.

    4/19/14

    Tina W.

  • I Need More Already!

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    Brought three cans with me on my recent mountain retreat and all of my friends devoured it. Creamy texture and a unique flavor similar yet better than valveta or cheeze wiz. Mix this with Rotel at your next party!

    4/28/14

    Lee

  • A convenient smaller can of a staple product.

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    My family will love having these cans in our supplies! Cheese is a staple in our household every day of the year. Mild cheddar cheese can be utilized in so many recipes or just spread on crackers.

    2/17/13

    Wendy

  • Good product, price could be better.

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    This is as good as processed cheese gets, and its shelf life is considerably longer than the manufacturer claims assuming you store it cool, dry, and don't dent the cans. If you bang them around, it's also possible to cause the side seam to split, which will do the same bad things to shelf life as a dent that causes a leak at the lid seal. Assuming you treat the cans with respect, though, I can testify that the cheese will remain in fine condition for at least 10 years. I like it very much for sandwiches, somewhat less well for cooking. It's fine if you want gooey cheese chunks in something, but doesn't really melt all that well. For that, you should use either the real shredded cheese sold freeze-dried, or the Jamaican Tastee brand canned cheese if you have something like mac 'n cheese or toasted cheese sandwiches in mind. Other than understanding which uses it works really well for and which it is somewhat less suited for, my only quibble here would be with the price. Even on sale here, it's still $3.36/can, whereas you can find it elsewhere for $3.25 or less if you look around. I bought a dozen cans to make up an order to an amount that qualified for a gift card and also because I had reward points I could cash in and a coupon that gave me 20% off the whole order it was part of. If you're going to be paying the straight sale price, though, you might want to shop around a bit. I see at least one site at the moment with the same Bega on sale at $2.83 per can, no minimum quantity.

    10/27/13

    Diana

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Bega Canned Processed Cheese - CASE of 12

QUICK FACTS | All Features & Specs

Packaging: Case of Cans
Brand: Bega
Shelf-Life: 2-10+ Years
Total Calories: 7,200
Prep Time: 0 min.
Cook Time: 0 min.
Food Type: Canned Cheese

Regular Price: $49.99

Sale Price: $46.41

Save: $3.58 (7%)

 

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Benefits & Description

Ready to Eat | Great Tasting! | Save with Bulk Buying

Comfort food when you need and want it most
With a shelf life of 2 to 10+ years you can take it with you anywhere. It’s ready to go when you are, no refrigeration required! Eat what you are accustomed to
Bega Canned Processed Cheese is a great cheese, similar to what you are already buying from the grocery store. Don't compromise your recipes and meals
You'll be amazed at how great tasting this cheese is. Spreads similar to a Velvetta cheese but has a great mild cheddar flavor. Great anytime of the day
Whether you’re in an emergency or using it in your day to day living, Bega Canned Cheese will satisfy your cheesy cravings. A whole case of cheddar cheese, you bet! Stock up and save when buying in bulk. Your family will thank you.

No refrigeration required so it's great for the outdoors, disasters, or everyday life. Like a famous philosopher once said "life without cheese is a life with a serious void". Our Bega Canned Processed Cheese is so versatile as you cut, slice, or melt it with your favorite foods. You’ll love the mild cheddar taste.

Bega, the manufacturer, states a 2 year shelf life guarantee but like in many cases with other canned products it can be good for MANY MANY more than that when stored in a cool, dark space. Many have eaten it 10 years later and loved it so it can go the long haul if you can stay out of it in the first place.

Each can is 3.5" by 3.5" by 2" tall and is loaded with processed cheese that is extremely easy to work with. Thin slices make for a great cheeseburger or melt it down and make nacho cheese dips as well as a wide variety of other tasty meals that are only afforded due to cheese. Either way you slice it you're going to be happy you have your case of Bega cheese!

NOTE:Once opened, cheese should be treated like normal cheese products, refrigerate to extend open canned shelf life.

What's In-the-Box?

Dairy & Cheese (1 Case):
12 cans Bega Canned Processed Cheese

Features & Functions

SKU: FD0829X12
Shipping Weight (lbs): 6.9600
Net Weight of Contents: 84.6 oz (2400 g)
Brand: Bega
Packaging: Can
Total Servings: 72
Total Calories: 7200
Estimated Shelf Life: 2+ Years
Dimensions (LxWxH): 3.5" x 3.5" x 2"
Allergen and Specialty: Shellfish Free
Water Required (gal): 0
Food Type: Dairy
Storage Requirements: Click to read
Calories/Day: 0
Serving Size: 1/6 Can (33 g)

Nutrition & Ingredients

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1/6 Can (33 g)
Servings Per Container About 6 per can
Amount Per Serving
Calories 100
Calories from Fat 70
% Daily Value*
Total Fat    8g
12%
Saturated Fat    6g
30%
Trans Fat    0g
Cholesterol    30mg
10%
Sodium    490mg
20%
Total Carbohydrate    2g
1%
Dietary Fiber    0g
%
Sugars    0g
Protein    6g
%
Vitamin A
0%
Vitamin C
0%
Calcium
20%
Iron
0%
*Percent Daily Valus are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
INGREDIENTS: Cheddar Cheese (Pasteurised Milk, Salt, Culture, Enzyme), Water, Sodium Citrate, Butter (Cream), Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Citric Acid, Nisin (Preservative).
 
 

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Bega Canned Processed Cheese - CASE of 12
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Mountain House Pilot Bread Crackers
 
Price for Both Items Together:
$67.40

 

  • Great to see you guys offer this

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality
    2 of 3 people found this review helpful

    Bought some from a competitor a while back and tested it. Really good tasting cheese. I've tried the freeze-dried cheeses and besides being so expensive they just arn't as good in SOME recipes. In that case the Bega does well. Have since bought a good number of cans for our stash.

    2/15/13

    Dan

  • Wise to stock up

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    After opening up a 2 1/2 year old can and it still being superb, I would defininitely try to stretch this cheese as far as a could if planning on using it for macaroni and cheese. I would probably add it to the #10 can of creamy soup starter. This also goes well on Wheat Thins or can you eat it the way the French eat cheese, with a chunk of good bread.

    2/22/13

    Beth

  • Great option for storage

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    We all eat processed cheese and this is a great item to have in your pantry.

    4/2/13

    Joseph

  • A nice option

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    This is not a bad price for a case of cheese. I will be getting more.

    4/11/13

    Krysten

  • Great stuff!

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    Makes the most delicious macaroni and cheese, ever! Also wonderful on crackers. The cans are large, so make sure you're sharing with someone or have a way to refrigerate the leftovers.

    6/12/13

    Kathryn

  • Great price

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value

    I love Bega cheese on crackers and in pasta! This sale price is wonderful!

    7/10/13

    Kathryn

  • Wow

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    This is a great deal in any situation, cheese with MINIMAL shelf life can cost MORE than this at stores!

    9/25/13

    Scott

  • So Glad To Have These On Hand

    • Value
    • Quality
    • Price

    I had to try one before socking the rest away. A wonderful taste and ready to eat. Good for camping and for emergencies.

    4/19/14

    Tina W.

  • I Need More Already!

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    Brought three cans with me on my recent mountain retreat and all of my friends devoured it. Creamy texture and a unique flavor similar yet better than valveta or cheeze wiz. Mix this with Rotel at your next party!

    4/28/14

    Lee

  • A convenient smaller can of a staple product.

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    My family will love having these cans in our supplies! Cheese is a staple in our household every day of the year. Mild cheddar cheese can be utilized in so many recipes or just spread on crackers.

    2/17/13

    Wendy

  • Good product, price could be better.

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    This is as good as processed cheese gets, and its shelf life is considerably longer than the manufacturer claims assuming you store it cool, dry, and don't dent the cans. If you bang them around, it's also possible to cause the side seam to split, which will do the same bad things to shelf life as a dent that causes a leak at the lid seal. Assuming you treat the cans with respect, though, I can testify that the cheese will remain in fine condition for at least 10 years. I like it very much for sandwiches, somewhat less well for cooking. It's fine if you want gooey cheese chunks in something, but doesn't really melt all that well. For that, you should use either the real shredded cheese sold freeze-dried, or the Jamaican Tastee brand canned cheese if you have something like mac 'n cheese or toasted cheese sandwiches in mind. Other than understanding which uses it works really well for and which it is somewhat less suited for, my only quibble here would be with the price. Even on sale here, it's still $3.36/can, whereas you can find it elsewhere for $3.25 or less if you look around. I bought a dozen cans to make up an order to an amount that qualified for a gift card and also because I had reward points I could cash in and a coupon that gave me 20% off the whole order it was part of. If you're going to be paying the straight sale price, though, you might want to shop around a bit. I see at least one site at the moment with the same Bega on sale at $2.83 per can, no minimum quantity.

    10/27/13

    Diana