Fla. woman sues the maker of Velveeta's microwavable mac and cheese cups Amanda Ramirez claims it takes longer to make than the advertised 3.5 minutes and longer if you consider tearing off the lid, pouring in water and stirring the cheese sauce. She's seeking $5 million.

Fla. woman sues the maker of Velveeta's microwavable mac and cheese cups

Fla. woman sues the maker of Velveeta's microwavable mac and cheese cups

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Amanda Ramirez claims it takes longer to make than the advertised 3.5 minutes and longer if you consider tearing off the lid, pouring in water and stirring the cheese sauce. She's seeking $5 million.

A MARTÍNEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martínez. A Florida woman is suing Kraft Heinz Foods, the company that makes Velveeta Shells & Cheese, because she claims they take longer to make than the advertised 3 1/2 minutes. Amanda Ramirez says it takes even longer if you consider tearing off the lid, pouring in the water and stirring the cheese sauce. The class action suit is seeking over $5 million in damages. As I always say - and this has been true since it was invented - it ain't easy being cheesy. It's MORNING EDITION.

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