Tax Day is almost upon us but Kraft Singles is trying to make things a bit easier or should I say, cheesier.
All jokes aside, Kraft Singles is releasing an entirely new product for those of us with pups or any other pets at home. In honor of that, the company decided to introduce a “Cheese Tax Pack” which is to be shared with you and your pup.
For those who don’t have a pup at home, you might be confused about what a “cheese tax” is but we’ll talk about more in a second. However, if you’re a fan of Kraft Singles and want to get this for you and your pup to share, then you’ll have to make sure to follow Kraft Singles on Instagram.
The company is going to share more details on how you can get a “Cheese Tax Pack” to share with your favorite furry friend.
Kraft Singles introduces a “Cheese Tax Pack” for you and your pup to share.
Before I get into what a “cheese tax” is, I’d be remiss to not include the “Cheese Tax Song” which features an adorable compilation of dogs. If you’re interested, you can click on this and view the TikTok.
However, if you still don’t know what cheese tax is, it’s essentially the piece of cheese you give your dog while you’re cooking with it. It’s essentially their “tax” for you cooking with it and them having to smell it. If you’re a dog owner and especially if you use Kraft Singles, you’ll know the pain of having to pay the cheese tax every time.
However, Kraft is looking to lighten your load a bit with its cheese tax pack which features an extra slice of cheese to give to your pup while you’re cooking. If you’re looking to get your hands on a “Cheese Tax Pack” from Kraft Singles, then you’re in luck as the company is sharing how-to via their Instagram so make sure to watch out on their socials.
Personally, I’m a huge fan of Kraft Singles so I’m excited to see the company adding something to share with your pet. Plus it’s nice to know they were thinking of our furry friends with this new product. Regardless, this is still a fun product especially if you’re already using Kraft Singles on the regular.
Will you be looking into a “Cheese Tax Pack” from Kraft? Share with us, Guilty Eaters!