• Open Letter to Sunshine Regarding Cheez-It Snack Mix | Redneck Rant

    by  • September 13, 2013 • Life • 1 Comment

    Dear Sunshine,

    Cheez-it Snack Mix

    Cheez-it Snack Mix

    I really like Cheez-its crackers.  I’m serious!  I’ll spend time spreading peanut butter and jelly on those tiny little crackers because they are so good.  1 minute to put the PB&J on it, 5 seconds to eat it…that’s loyalty.

    I recently found some of your Cheez-it Snack Mix on the grocery store shelf and I was thinking, “score!”  I threw the bag into my cart and proceeded to the checkout.  I was pretty excited.  When I got home I decided to poor some into a bowl and started feasting on the tasty snack mix.  I started picking out the Cheez-it crackers, wheat squares, bread slices, and rice balls, leaving the pretzels behind.  I’m not a big fan of pretzels.  This is where my problem is.

    Each time I got done picking out all of the good stuff I’m left with nearly a full bowl of pretzels. Bowl, after bowl, after bowl.  What’s up with that?  If I wanted a bag of pretzel snack mix, I would have purchased a bag of pretzel snack mix.  I thought I had purchased a bag of CHEEZ-IT SNACK MIX.  I mean, that’s what it said on the bag.    Shouldn’t there be MORE Cheez-it crackers than pretzels?

    Please take my suggestion and change the Cheez-it to pretzel ratio to something a little more representative of the name on the packaging?  If not, can you just change the name to Cheez-it, pretzels and few other things?


    Cheez-it lover




    Dad, sales guy, entrepreneur, and technology geek.

    One Response to Open Letter to Sunshine Regarding Cheez-It Snack Mix | Redneck Rant

    1. Paul
      October 27, 2019 at 1:32 am

      Yeah i am a regular buyer of the snack mix, the pretzel ratio is all out of whack. Is there a cheezeit shortage or something.? Lame sauce

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