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Planters Cheez Balls And Cheez Curls Are Back in the Philippines

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If you’re a ‘90s kid who loved to snack, you’re most likely disheartened by the absence of your fave treats in the supermarket. Fortunately, an all-time favorite snack is making a comeback. Planters Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls are (finally!) back after being discontinued for more than a decade.

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Planters Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls still taste the same. Plus, they look exactly the same as the last time we saw them on supermarket shelves. According to Melanie Huet, the Head of Brand Building for Planters, “We heard many impassioned pleas for us to bring Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls back over the years and we wanted to give our fans a chance to reunite with their most-missed cheesy snack.” She added, “We made sure our Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls still have the same delicious taste, airy texture and fluorescent color you know and love, so our fans can enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with every canister.”

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Planters Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls officially returned last July 1, 2018, in the United States. After months of anticipation, it's finally available here in the Philippines! We found Planters Cheez Balls and Cheez Curls at Rustan's Supermarket for P135 each. You might want to stock your pantry with these snacks because these are only available for a limited time.

This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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