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Maybe so. A Kraft Pizza mix pizza is, with the possible exception of meatloaf and mashed potatoes, the ultimate comfort food for me.
But your summary dismissal(above) is undermined by your detailed instructions on how you re-create the same food, no?
I was not trying to knock you. I am not knocking shelf-stable pizza. My reservation with the Kraft Canada mixes for Americans is with cost. The merchant you cited probably is selling the 850 and not the 450 gram size Kraft Cheese Pizza Pie Mix. The merchant has a USD $30 minimum order requirement. So, to try one slice I would have to buy 5 packages for USD $33.95, and a shipping charge to NY of $25.50, for a total of USD $59.45. That is an awful lot of money to bet on a product that people on a Canadian message board called "trash food". This product is one of Kraft Canada’s "Convenient Meals" line of products, which includes Macaroni and Cheese. The other telling thing about these products is that they are fading from US retail groceries.
I am really interested in knowing where most of the sales in Canada are coming from. Is it just the very rural areas, or are sales nationwide including heavily populated areas such as Montreal and Toronto?