12 January 2011

Chinese Cheetos Cheese Puffs [China] By [@SpectreUK]

Chester Cheetah looks pretty cool on the front of this Cheetos corn snack packet wearing his shades with his stereo and big TV behind him. Cheetos are manufactured by Frito-Lay North America (FNLA), which has been a division of PepsiCo, Inc. since 1965. Cheetos are popular in countries such as America, Canada, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, Poland and Spain. This packet was sent by an Xbox Live friend from China.
Ripping open the top of the long tube like packet I noticed they are small popcorn shaped corn snacks. They have a good crunch to them with a moreish pork and cheese taste. Apparently (Wikipedia tells me) Frito-Lay use pork enzymes (which means Muslims and Jews won’t eat them), as well as cheese and other seasonings to arrive at this unique flavour. As soon as I’d finished this packet, and believe me it didn’t take more than a few seconds, I wanted more. I reckon they’d go well with a nice cool beer and a movie. I’ll have to hunt some more down or beg my friend in China to send me some.
By Spectre

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