Woman sues mac and cheese maker because food took longer than 3.5 minutes

claims the time does not include opening the lid, adding the flavour and stirring (Picture: )

An impatient woman has launched a £4 million lawsuit – because her macaroni cheese took too long to cook.

The markets its microwaveable cups of Velveeta Shells and Cheese as ‘ready in 3.5 minutes’.

But has taken umbrage with the statement.

She has sued the complaining that their dish takes too long to make.

Her $5 million lawsuit – equivalent to £4.2 million – will see ‘strong defence’ from Kraft.

Ms Ramirez claims the time advertised does not include the seconds that add up during opening the lid, adding the flavour and stirring.

But Kraft Heinz Foods Company described her lawsuit as ‘frivolous’.

A company spokesperson told the : ‘We are aware of this frivolous lawsuit and will strongly defend against the allegations in the complaint.’

Woman Sues Mac And Cheese Maker Because Food Took Longer Than 3.5 Minutes's North American grocery business. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
The 3.5 minute cook time has become the centre of a lawsuit (Picture: Kevork Djansezian/)

Ms Ramirez’s lawsuit was filed in a last month.

It also asked Kraft to ‘cease its deceptive advertising’ and ‘be made to engage in a ’.

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