FAQ

Q. Are Amish Kitchens® Noodles really made by the Amish?
A. Amish Kitchens Noodles are made in the heart of Ohio's Amish Country. Amish Kitchens Noodles are made from the finest ingredients in Millersburg, Ohio.

Q. Are Amish Kitchens Noodles gluten-free?
A. No, Amish Kitchens Noodles are not gluten-free.

Q. Why are Amish Kitchens Noodles so yellow compared to other noodles?
A. They are made with egg yolks only, rather than the entire egg, to create a richer taste and more golden color.

Q. Where can I find the best by date on Amish Kitchens Noodles? How do you read the date?
A. The Best By date code should be located on the edge of the package in black ink. The date code will look like the following: “Best by mm/dd/yy Production Line, Military Time”. So for example, Best by Mar0813 G 12:14, would be a best by date of March 8, 2013, production line would be “G” and time would be 12:14 am.

Q. Where can I buy Amish Kitchens Noodles?
A. Please use our Where to Buy tool to find Amish Kitchens Noodles in a grocery store near you.

Q. Are there coupons available for Amish Kitchens Noodles?
A. Please check your local retail grocery stores for in-store savings on Amish Kitchens Noodles. We do not provide online coupons for this brand at this time.

Q. What is an UPC Code?
A. A UPC code is how Amish Kitchens identifies each product. The UPC is the barcode on the packaging, devised of 12 digits. When contacting Amish Kitchens regarding a product, please be sure to have this 12 digit number as it will make it easier to address your questions.

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