Aged White Cheddar Rice and Corn Puffs

Six 1 oz bags

Retail Price: $7.69

Our Price: $5.40 (Save 30%)

Six 1 oz bags

Why You’ll Love It

Pirates like their cheddar like they do their rum, aged to perfection. Aged White Cheddar is made from puffed rice and corn, blended with real aged white cheddar cheese and baked perfectly to pirate standards.
SKU: 015665771455

About This Brand

Pirate’s Brand is proud to say that their snacks: Pirate’s Booty, Original Tings, and Smart Puffs, are made with natural ingredients that don’t contain any GMOs. GMO stands for genetically modified organisms. In other words, plants that have been unnaturally grown using modern genetic engineering and product-altering chemicals.Because of the company’s dedication to non-GMO foods, they have partnered with The Non-GMO Project, a leading collective of nutritional researchers that aim to educate consumers about the potential risks of modern engineered food. The famous cheese puffs The year was 1980 and Robert Ehrlich—a trader on Wall Street—was craving a light yet fulfilling snack to keep him going during the long afternoons on the trading room floor. While wandering around the snack food aisle at a nearby grocery store, he was stunned by what he found, noticing that most of his favorite cheese puffs didn’t actually contain much cheese. Looking closer at the label, he realized the...
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Corn meal, rice, Contains one or more of the following: rice, sunflower or corn oil, aged cheddar cheese (cultured milk, salt, enzymes, whey, buttermilk.), black pepper.

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Serving Size 1 oz (28g) Servings Per Container 1

Amount Per Serving

Calories 130 Calories from Fat 45

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 5g 8%
Saturated Fat 1g 2%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 140mg 6%
Total Carbohydrate 19g 6%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 0g
Protein 2g

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 2%
Iron 0%

Contains Milk.

Reviews For Aged White Cheddar Rice and Corn Puffs

Based on 3 Reviews


Not as great a savings, but well packed and fresh

- Mara frohlinger

Just Ok

I bought these for my daughter as a healthier alternative to take to school as a snack and I have to say that I tasted them and I was not thrilled. I did not find any white cheddar flavor on these corn puffs. To me they tasted like a bland and plain corn puff. I asked my daughter if she liked them and she said they are kind of plain but after eating a few you can taste the cheddar flavor. I think the best thing was that the individual bags were big which means I got my money's worth. Since my daughter seem satisfied with the flavor I won't complain but she will definitely be eating these snacks all by herself.

- Nati S.


My 7 yr old daughter loves this as a healthy snack or packed in her lunch box. I tasted 1 bite out of curiosity & very tasty!

- April

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