Photo by Angie Pastor of Chippy barbecue-flavored corn chips. Chippy is a Philippine brand of corn chips that are rectangular shaped, often curled in the middle. It was first launched in the late 1960s along with Chiz Curls as the initial products of the snack foods category under the Jack ‘n Jill megabrand.
Nilagang Puting Mais (Boiled White Corn) by John Braza.
Filipino corn nuts… Compared to the American variety, cornick pieces are typically smaller and crispier. Garlic is the most common flavor. And the most popular brand of cornicks in the Philippines is arguably Boy Bawang (“Garlic Boy”). However, before there was the marketing-wise Boy Bawang, there was the humble Safari brand!