Planters' New Cheez Balls Flavors Are Now Available In The Philippines!

Add these to your grocery cart!

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ILLUSTRATOR Bea Faicol

If you're a '90s kid, you probably don't need any introduction to the Planters classic snack called Cheez Balls. This canister filled with melt-in-the-mouth cheese balls was discontinued back in 2006, but to the relief of those who grew up loving this snack, it made a comeback in 2018 and in 2020, Planters even released four new flavors in the United States. Two of those new Planters Cheez Balls flavors have finally made their way to the Philippines-and in a grocery near you.

S&R Membership Shopping now sells Planters Cheez Balls in Jalape√Īo Cheddar and White Cheddar flavors.¬†Go¬†add the Cheez Balls in Jalape√Īo Cheddar to your grocery cart if you like your¬†snack a little spicy, but if you don't have the tolerance for heat, go for the Cheez Balls in White Cheddar instead.¬†

The other flavors that we also hope to see soon in our supermarkets are the other two new Planters Cheez Balls flavors, the Blazin' Hot and the Nacho Cheez flavors. We're crossing our cheese powder-coated fingers that we'll see them in our grocery shelves soon. 

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Planters Cheez Balls in Jalape√Īo Cheddar and White Cheddar are now available at S&R Membership Shopping.

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