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FAQ's

1. Can I cook or bake with Greek Cream Cheese?

Yes, the Greek Cream Cheese 8oz. Bar can be used for cooking and baking. As with any lower-fat ingredient, a slight adjustment to your recipe may be needed when the recipe calls for long cooking or baking times. The 8oz. and 12oz. Soft are ideal for creating dips, spreads and finishing sauces. Check out our Greek Cream Cheese Recipes page for delicious ideas, and download the Greek Cream Cheese Recipe E-Book. Greek Cream Cheese is a patented formulation that combines decadent Cream Cheese and Greek Yogurt resulting in a richer, fuller and more decadent flavor experience.

2. Can I freeze Greek Cream Cheese?

We suggest that Greek Cream Cheese not be frozen, as the product texture may change during the thawing process.

3. How long are products good for?

A "Use by Date" is stamped on the back of the 8oz. Bar and bottoms of all cups. If products are maintained under refrigeration up to this date, most will still be good for a few weeks beyond this date.

4. Where can I buy Greek Cream Cheese?

Greek Cream Cheese is available nationwide at Walmart, Kroger and with retailers across New England, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. Check back to our Greek Cream Cheese News Page for updates or connect with us on our Greek Cream Cheese Facebook Page or EatGreekCrmChs Twitter Page to keep up-to-date on the latest news.

5. Does Greek Cream Cheese contain allergens?

All of our products are made from milk or cream and therefore contain dairy proteins that can be allergenic to certain individuals.

6. Is Greek Cream Cheese Kosher?

Yes, Greek Cream Cheese is certified under the OU-D emblem.

7. Is Greek Cream Cheese packaging tamper-proof?

Yes, all retail products are sealed with a tamper-proof inner seal. If you notice that this seal is broken, or is not air tight, do not consume the product. Please notify our customer service department at: mtatro@franklinfoods.com if this occurs.

8. Are Live & Active Cultures safe to eat?

There are more than 400 species of bacteria normally living in our intestines. Approximately 85% of these organisms are “good” and 15% are “bad”. When the balance of “good” to “bad” organisms is reversed, our health can be compromised, sometimes severely. Consuming Live and Active Cultures in our food helps to restore a healthy balance of these organisms.

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