I noticed the difference in the product flavor, texture and the color of the packaging. I am not sure about whether the ingredients have changed but I am thinking that is a possibility. I am going to look for an older plastic container to see if I can compare the ingredients listed on the older packaging. This is the only cottage cheese I buy because it is the only one I have found that is lactose-free. I usually stay away from artificial ingredients and extra weird additives in my food. While it is already 380mg of sodium per serving, which is really quite high,... I would usually shake on a few sprinkles of celery salt or dulse seaweed flakes or Old Bay Seasoning or some form of Cajun Seasoning mix that doesn't have any MSG in it...which is really terrible because it is salty already! -- I like a little bit bigger curds ... the tiny curds are too tiny and it is not satisfying enough... maybe because it is low-fat and it leaves a ho-hum unsatisfied feeling unless it is doctored up with more salty sprinkles like I mentioned above or some Extra Virgin Olive Oil or some Good Season's brand Salad dressing mix made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Apple Cider Vinegar. Or... add some canned peaches or fruit --- All I can say is... you won't get a stomach ache from this product... but at the same time... it definitely doesn't taste like the homemade cottage cheese that was made by my Third Grade teacher, back in the 1960's. ! If you are lactose intolerant, give it a try, unless you are sodium sensitive. In that case, I would skip it and eat yogurt instead for your daily calcium intake.
Yes, I'd recommend this product