A collection of snacks in the Philippines

Pods pea snack

Welcome to Philippine Snacks, an offshoot blog of the Bacolod Food hunters.

Our first snack to be reviewed is Oishi’s Pods pea snack.

The packaging is pretty nice and it has numerous little signs with information about the product.

  • Baked, not fried
  • No artificial coloring
  • Rich in Fiber
  • Excellent source of iron
  • No msg
  • Rich in fiber
  • 55% green peas
  • Vegetarian Snack

The chips are shaped liked pea-pods.  They are not oily to the touch and they taste like Unshelled peas. Very unusual but not unpleasant.

I like this snack.  Its quite different from the normal potato/corn chips that have saturated the Philippine market.  Plus it’s kinda healthy despite the high sodium content.

Nutritional Info found at the back of the package.

Note: Information presented on the Nutritional information may be inaccurate compared to the real packaging. Please refer to the original packaging.

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2 responses

  1. jen

    Hi, your website it very interesting.Can you please tell me what are the most popular snacks in the philippines? what do the pinoys mostly snack on? chips? snack bars? just curious to know.
    Nice blog you’ve got BTW. 🙂

    July 21, 2009 at 12:17 pm

  2. Ana hernandez

    Were i can find this snack,

    July 23, 2010 at 6:49 pm

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