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Corn Chips

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CC's is a brand of flavoured tortilla chips created by Snack Foods Limited and produced since the early 1980s by the Australian food company Snack Brands Australia. CC's are predominantly sold in Australia and come in assorted flavors. CC's were also sold in New Zealand until Bluebird Foods decided to bring in the American brand Doritos in March 2010. The chips are made of ground corn, vegetable oil, and seasoning. The full ingredients list is vegetable oils, milk solids, food acids, flavour enhancers, starch, vegetable powders, salt, sugar, herbs, spice, flavour, yeast extract, vegetable extract, antioxidants.

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