Kraft Singles Is Releasing New Cheese Slice Flavors for the First Time in Nearly a Decade

The new flavors — Jalapeño, Garlic & Herb and Caramelized Onion — will be available in stores nationwide soon

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Kraft Singles' new flavors.

Kraft Singles is expanding its cheese options!

Earlier this week, Kraft announced that it will launch three new Kraft Singles flavors for the first time in nearly a decade — Jalapeño, Garlic & Herb and Caramelized Onion.

"The tantalizing new flavors will elevate any ordinary sandwich into irresistible culinary delights," the brand said in a press release shared with PEOPLE.

The last time Kraft Singles launched new flavors came when the brand's Sharp Cheddar and Pepper Jack slices joined their roster almost 10 years ago, according to Today.

Kraft says its new flavors will be available for purchase in packs of 16 slices at retailers nationwide later this month.

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American cheese slices.

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The latest news from Kraft comes after the brand announced a major makeover to its packaging last year.

In May 2023, the food company made its Kraft Singles wrapping easier to open, and also created a new packaging design with a refreshed logo, per CBS News.

The move marked the first time that Kraft had redesigned the product's packaging in five years, CNN reported at the time.

The redesigned flap on each slice wrapping, the outlet said, added more texture and made it easier to find.

As for the exterior packaging, CNN said it now features a refreshed logo with more emphasis on the cheese not having artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.

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