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- Jan 31, 2013
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Anybody still eat this stuff?
Kraft Dinner is considered a Canadian national dish.<sup class="reference" id="cite_ref-chapman201209_2-4"></sup> Canadians purchase some 1.7 million of the 7 million boxes sold globally each week.<sup class="reference" id="cite_ref-12"></sup> They eat an average of 3.2 boxes of Kraft Dinner each year, 55% more than Americans. The meal is the most popular grocery item in the country,<sup class="reference" id="cite_ref-chapman201209_2-5"></sup> where "Kraft Dinner" has iconic status and has become a generic trademark of sorts for macaroni and cheese.<sup class="reference" id="cite_ref-13"></sup> As it carries a different name in Canada than the United States and other markets, the Canadian marketing and advertising platform is a made-in-Canada effort as US advertising cannot be easily adapted.<sup class="reference" id="cite_ref-financialpost1_14-0"></sup>
Pundit Rex Murphy has written that "Kraft Dinner revolves in that all-but-unobtainable orbit of the Tim Hortons doughnut and the A&W Teen Burger. It is one of that great trinity of quick digestibles that have been enrolled as genuine Canadian cultural icons." <sup class="reference" id="cite_ref-15">[</sup><sup class="reference" id="cite_ref-financialpost1_14-1"></sup>
here in Canada?
Absolutely. It's a national pastime here - except it's not called mac and cheese. It's Kraft Dinner (or KD)
They take it seriously.
I'm not kidding.
just from the Kraft Dinner wiki:
If they're so worried about it, they need to get off their lazy ***** and make real baked mac and cheese....
They're too busy being mommy bloggers and spending every day pretending they're the first people in the history of the Earth to have children. Seriously, mommy bloggers are up there with Juggalos and Objectivists in terms of awfulness.