BBQ flavor variant of Ilocos Chichacorn.
Chichacorn is a combination of the Spanish-derived Filipino word chicharon (crispy pork rinds) and the English word “corn.”
This is a popped corn snack from the Ilocos region in the northern part of Luzon, which is a large island of the Philippines.
Ingredients: corn, coconut oil, barbecue flavor, iodized salt
Label also in Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, and Chinese.
Ingredientes: Maiz, Aceite de Coco, Sabor de Barbacoa, Sal Yodada
Usually available in two sizes — the small 3.53 ounces (100 grams) and the large 12.35 ounces (350 grams).