Cheese ball makers bawling for Kraft's Roka Blue

11/29/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Kraft stopped production of its Roka Blue cheese spread in December 2008, creating a problem for people who make cheese balls each year for holiday gatherings. The company suggests mixing Philadelphia cream cheese with Athenos crumbled blue cheese, and also says it may bring back the line in response to customer demand.

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