Pumpkin Spice KD coming to Canada this fall
It seems every year there are more and more pumpkin spice food and beverage options popping up.
In one of the more unlikely partnerships of 2020, Kraft Dinner has announced they are unveiling Pumpkin Spice KD--a new dish that will please fans of pumpkin spice and macaroni and cheese.
Hitting shelves in Canada this October, Pumpkin Spice KD is made with the same classic KD cheese powder Canadians know and love, as well as the addition of fall flavours including hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger.
While some may feel the combination is not something they're interested in trying, others are, as Canadians have already begun signing up to try the new concoction for its initial release.
“KD has always been known for its one of a kind cheesy taste and after years of watching Canadians get excited for pumpkin spice season, we felt that it was time to combine the two iconic flavours and create Pumpkin Spice KD,” Brian Neumann, Senior Brand Manager, Brand Building & Innovation for Kraft Heinz Canada, said in a news release.
“Canadians have always made KD their own way and not many people would expect KD to be part of the PSL conversation, but that’s the whole point. Only 1000 will be made. So, move over lattes and muffins, PSKD is the must try new flavour this fall," he continued.
Those interested in being among the first to try the new Pumpkin Spice KD will have to hurry, as only 1,000 Canadians will be able to try it when it upon release.
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