Food Brand: Payaso Cheese Puffs

PROFILE

Brand Name
Payaso

Item
Cheese Puffs

Description
Cheese Flavored Corn Snacks

Bar Code Number
0 74734 70785 6

Net Weight
5.25oz (149g)

Product Number
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Nutrition Facts


Serving Size
1oz (28g)

Servings per Container
5

Calories
150

Calories From Fat
90

Total Fat
10g - 15%

Saturated Fat
2g - 10%

Trans Fat
0g

Cholesterol
0mg - 0%

Sodium
170mg - 7%

Total Carbohydrate
16g - 5%

Dietary Fiber
0g - 0%

Sugars
0g

Protein
2g

Vitamin A
0%

Vitamin C
0%

Calcium
2%

Iron
2%

Ingredients
Corn meal, Vegetable oil (Sunflower, Safflower, Canola, Corn, Cottonseed and/or Rice), Whey, Soybean Oil. Maltodextrin, Salt, Cheddar Cheese (Cultured Pasteurized Milk, Salt, Enzymes), Citric Acid, Autolyzed Yeast Extract, Spice, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Lactid Acid, Artificial Color (Yellow 5 and Red 40).

Allergen Information
Contains milk,
Produced in a facility that also uses Wheat and Soy.

Other
PAYASO®
® Marca Registrada Distributed By/ Distribuido Por
©2016 PROVEEDORA DE ALIMENTOS DEL PACIFICO Y CIA
INDUSTRY, CA 91746
1-800-432-7266 WWW.PAYASO.COM
PRODUCED IN U.S.A. WITH DOMESTIC
AND IMPORTED INGREDIENTS




PICTURES

Payaso Cheese Puffs


Food Review (Posted on 10-18-2016)

More cheese puffs for everyone! And coming in at an economical price, this bag couldn't be a better choice.

If you read the description, these puffs are corn, not cheese, so first-time tasters may sense a little difference compared to the popular brands, and that's completely fine. Upon taste, it's pure and somewhat crunchy. Another thing you'll notice is that it's low on grease, making these chips that much more satisfying when digging in to the cheesy goodness. Chips that are less oily are a true plus, which leads me to think these were baked for preparation (possibly cooked differently in lessening the grease).

It's simple, straight to the point and very good. Again, these puffs are made of corn instead of cheese (just cheese flavored), so not everyone may adapt to the taste. Other than that, it's pretty good and a nice alternative from the popular brands out there. Oh, and one more thing:

You do know why I wrote and reviewed this in the month of October [2016], right? If the first picture above, showing the bag, doesn't give you a clue, I don't know what else to say, so I will leave it for you fans to figure it out[1].

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SOURCES:
1. People.com: Why You Shouldn't Panic About This Year's 'Clown Panic'


© 2008-2017 written and reviewed personally by Kris Caballero.

Food Ratings

My Rating:
85% 15%

Fan Rating: