A box of Jell-O contains sugar, gelatin, adipic acid, natural and artificial flavorings, disodium phosphate, sodium citrate, fumaric acid and food dye. Dye colors and flavoring agents vary depending on the flavor, such a... More » Food Food Facts

Recipes for cranberry JELL-O salad vary greatly from source to source. All recipes share a JELL-O base (usually strawberry or raspberry), cranberries or cranberry sauce, one or two additional fruits (one is usually a cit... More » Food Cooking Desserts

Sugar and modified cornstarch constitute the main ingredients of the unprepared, dry Jell-O pudding powders that are sold in boxes. Natural and artificial flavorings, along with assorted colorings and preservative agents... More » Food Food Facts Sweets
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Jell-O can go bad, depending on the type of Jell-O, packaging and thickening agent used in the preparation of the dessert. How the Jell-O is stored also affects its shelf-life. More » Food Food Facts

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Jell-O Pudding Pops were discontinued in the 1980s with virtually no warning or explanation from Jell-O parent company Kraft. The treat is oftenfeatured in the media as a consumer favorite. More » Food Food Facts

The gelatin in Jell-O may be beneficial for those with bone or joint pain that's caused by conditions such as arthritis or osteoporosis. Jell-O may also be beneficial for promoting hair quality, stronger fingernails and ... More » Food Food Facts Sweets