Arby’s doesn’t seem to carry the Kraft Macaroni and Cheese any more.
Found a newer ingredient list from December 2014:
Interestingly enough, somewhere along the line, Arby’s started frying in corn oil. The potato cakes and onion rings are the only soy free items that they fry in the corn oil. These all contain some form of soy: crispy chicken, curly fries, fish filet, french toast sticks, Jalapeño Bites, Jalapeño hushpuppies, and Mozzarella sticks.
Most of Arby’s sauces contain soy (most likely soybean oil). The only soy-free sauces are: Bronco Berry Sauce®,Cheddar Cheese Sauce, Ketchup, and Tangy Barbeque Sauce (not to be confused with Arby’s Sauce®)
Most cheeses seem to be okay, except for the pepperjack cheese and Swiss Cheese (Processed Slice) not to be confused with Swiss Cheese (Natural Slice), which is fine.
All of Arby’s bread contains soy but they do (?now?) have a Hearty Grain Wrap that is soy free.
I’ve gone through the entire ingredient list and these items have no Soy in them:
Bronco Berry Sauce®
CapriSun® Fruit Juice
Cheddar Cheese Sauce
Cheddar Cheese (Sharp Slice)
Cheddar Cheese (Shredded)
GoGo squeeZ Applesauce
Hearty Grain Wrap
Nestle® Pure Life® Bottled Water
Peppers & Onions
Potato Cakes – Cooked in Corn Oil (same oil as items that contain Soy).
Shamrock Farms® Lowfat Chocolate Milk
Shamrock Farms® Lowfat White Milk
Smoked Gouda Cheese
Steakhouse Onion Rings – Cooked in Corn Oil (same oil as items that contain Soy) — not to be confused with Crispy Onions which has soybean oil.
Swiss Cheese (Natural Slice) — not to be confused with Swiss Cheese (Processed Slice) which has soy lecithin.
Tangy Barbeque Sauce — not to be confused with Arby’s Sauce® which has soybean oil.
Vermont White Cheddar (Sharp Slice)
That’s every individual ingredient on Arby’s list that doesn’t contain soy. I didn’t bother listing the carbonated beverages. As usual all of them are soy free, except for the Mountain Dew that has Brominated Vegetable Oil, which we assume to be soybean oil.
We certainly have some mix and match potential and the kids will be ecstatic to be able to have the potato cakes and onion rings — I don’t think they’ve ever had either of those ever before.
With the hearty grain wrap, we could conceivably not have to bring our own bread to Arby’s, but I think we’ll still carry some, just in case.
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