Kraft Singles Cheese Nutrition Facts

by Nina K.

Kraft Singles are American cheese, which is a processed cheese product rather than a natural cheese like cheddar or Swiss. These slices are made with milk, whey, milk protein, milk fat and more than a dozen other ingredients. In addition to the original yellow Singles, Kraft makes 2 percent milk Singles for those who want less fat and fewer calories.

Regular Singles

Each regular Kraft Singles slice contains 70 calories, as well as 7 percent of the daily value for fat, 15 percent of the DV for saturated fat, 5 percent of the DV for cholesterol, 9 percent of the DV for sodium and 1 percent of the DV for carbohydrates. It also contains 25 percent of the DV for calcium, and 4 percent of the DV of vitamin A.

2 Percent Milk Singles

Each 2 percent milk Singles slice contains 45 calories, as well as 4 percent of the DV for fat, 8 percent of the DV for saturated fat and 3 percent of the DV for cholesterol. Each slice also contains 20 percent of the DV for calcium; all other values are the same as for regular Singles.

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About the Author

Nina K. is a Los Angeles-based journalist who has been published by USAToday.com, Fitday.com, Healthy Living Magazine, Organic Authority and numerous other print and web publications. She has a philosophy degree from the University of Colorado and a journalism certificate from UCLA.