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The newest vegan mac n’ cheese is making people lose their minds

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Social media isn’t just good for stalking your exes and leaving celebrities eggplant-emojis, it’s home to #ads for all sorts of products. In this case, some much, MUCH more exciting than flat tummy tea.

Veg News used Instagram to tease the release of a brand new vegan mac n’ cheese hitting the market. In a simple photo of the product box, the vegan world lost it’s collective mind to know that Field Roast will be using their popular Chao cheese to make Mac n’ Chao.

Ladies and gentlemen, your lives are about to be changed with @fieldroast’s new #vegan mac ‘n’ cheese made with their Chao cheese. So creamy and delicious!

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The frozen product boasts “tender penne pasta covered in our Creamy Original Chao Sauce with a hint of garlic, herbs and spices.” A hint of the Field Roast logo can be seen on a wall behind the product, hinting that the news powerhouse had an opportunity to work with the product giant to get the word out. The team was recently demoing at Expo East, an industry only event that likely saw mac samples. Veg News is vouching that it’s “so creamy and delicious” and that our lives are about to be changed has us supremely hungry.

All the kitty faces with heart eyes in the comment section really sum it up. I think it’s fair to say that no one is going to be patient when waiting for more news of this release. In the meantime, find a Mac N’ Chao Cheese recipe on Field Roast’s website. 

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