List of brand name snack foods

This is a list of brand name snack foods. A snack or snack food is a portion of food often smaller than a regular meal, generally eaten between meals.[1] Snacks come in a variety of forms including packaged and processed foods and items made from fresh ingredients at home.

Commercial Chex Mix

Brand name snack foods

Asia

Europe

Oceania

  • Chocolate fish
  • Whittaker's

A

  • Adyar Ananda Bhavan A2B brand in South India

B

Beer Nuts
  • Baconzitos  Brazilian snacks company
  • Balisto  Dietary Fibred Wholemeal Biscuit
  • Bamba  Israeli peanut snack
  • Bambeanos  Soybean snack food
  • Barcel
  • Barny Cakes
  • Beer Nuts  Snack food brand
  • Bell Brand Snack Foods
  • Better Made Potato Chips
  • BiFi
  • Big D  British snack food
  • Bissli  Israeli wheat snack
  • BN Biscuit
  • Bugles  Corn snack food originally from General Mills
  • Burry's  A Food Manufacturer Company in the US

C

Crunchy-style Cheetos
  • Casa Sanchez Foods  American Mexican-style food snack company
  • CC's  Australian snack food
  • Charles Chips
  • Chee.Toz
  • Cheetos  Brand of corn puff snack food
  • Cheez Doodles  Cheese flavored snack made in the US
  • Cheez-It  Baked cheese crackers
  • Cheezies  Brand of cheese puff snack food
  • Chex Mix  Snack mix
  • Chicken in a Biskit
  • Chips Ahoy!  Nabisco brand of chocolate chip cookie
  • Chocodile Twinkie  Confection created by the Hostess Brands company
  • Clif Bar  American organic foods and drink company
  • Combos  Brand of manufactured snack
  • Corn Quistos
  • CornNuts  Snack made from corn kernels
  • Cosmic Brownies
  • Cracker Jack  American snack food brand
  • Crimpy
  • Crispers
  • Crunch (chocolate bar)  Chocolate bar

D

"Nacho Cheese" flavored Doritos
  • Devil Dogs  Brand of American baked goods
  • Digestives  Biscuit (chocolate)
  • Dinamita  Variant of lumpia
  • Ding Dong  Small chocolate cake of hockey puck size
  • Dolly Madison
  • Doritos  American flavored tortilla chips brand
  • Drake's  Brand of American baked goods
  • Duyvis  Dutch brand of peanut products and snacks

E

  • E.L. Fudge Cookies
  • Eagle Snacks

F

A Fudge Round
  • Famous Foods of Virginia
  • Fandangos  Puffcorn snack brand
  • Fiddle Faddle  Candy-coated popcorn brand
  • Filipinos  Philippine brand name for biscuit snacks
  • Frazzles
  • Fritos  American brand of corn chips and dipping sauces
  • Fruit by the Foot  Fruit-based snack made by General Mills
  • Fruit Gushers  Fruit snack with liquid filling
  • Fruit Roll-Ups  American fruit snacks that originated in the 1980s
  • Fudge Rounds
  • Funyuns

G

H

A Ritz "Crackers'n Cheez" Handi-Snacks portion
  • Hadji Bey  Irish maker of Turkish delights
  • Herr's Snacks  Brand of snack food
  • Ho Hos  American snack cake brand
  • Hostess
  • Hostess CupCake  American snack cake brand
  • Hostess Potato Chips  Brand of potato chips
  • Humpty Dumpty Snack Foods  American food company
  • Hunt's Snack Pack  Pudding snack brand
  • Hot pocket

I

  • Intersnack  German snack food company

J

Cross-section view of a Jaffa Cake

K

A split Kit Kat bar
  • Keebler Company  American cookie and former cracker manufacturer
  • Kettle Foods  American foods company based in Oregon
  • KiMs  Brand of crisps and snacks
  • KIND Healthy Snacks
  • Kit Kat  Chocolate-covered wafer bar[8]
  • Koh-Kae
  • KP Snacks  British producer of snacks
  • Kudos

L

Lay's kettle cooked barbecue chips
  • Lay's  Snack food brand and company
  • Lay's Stax  Stackable chips made by Lay's
  • Lay's WOW chips  Discontinued American snack food
  • LesserEvil
  • Little Debbie
  • Lockets  Confectionery product
  • Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs
  • Lunchables  Brand of food manufactured by Kraft Foods

M

McVitie's mini cheddars ("original" and "BBQ" flavours)
Monster Munch pickled onion flavored corn snacks
  • M&M's  Brand of chocolate candy pieces
  • M-Azing
  • Maarud  Norwegian snack food company
  • May West  Canadian dessert cake
  • McCoy's  UK crisps brand
  • McVitie's  British brand of snack foods
  • Meanie
  • Mighty Munch
  • Mike-sell's
  • Miss Vickie's
  • Mister Bee Potato Chips
  • Monster Munch  Baked corn snack
  • Mrs. Freshley's
  • Munchies
  • Munchos  Snack food

N

Two flavors of NikNaks
  • Nagaraya  Philippine snack food brand
  • Nik Naks  Type of extruded corn snack (British snack)
  • NikNaks (South African snack)
  • Nobby's  Australian nut brand
  • Nutter Butter  American sandwich cookie brand

O

  • Old Dutch Foods  Snack food manufacturer based in Minnesota, USA
  • Oreos
  • Otter Pops  US freezie brand
  • Ouma Rusks

P

Pringles potato crisps
  • Parker's
  • Peperami  British pork jerky snack popularized in the 90s
  • Pirate's Booty  American snack food
  • Pocky  Japanese snack food
  • Polly
  • Pom-Bear  Snack food brand
  • Pop-Tarts  Brand of toaster pastries
  • Popchips
  • Pringles  American brand of snack chips since 1968
  • Pizza Rolls
  • Pretz  Snack food

Q

Quaker

R

Ketchup-flavored Ruffles potato chips
  • Rebisco
  • Red Hot Riplets
  • Red Mill
  • Red Sky snacks
  • Reese's[9]
  • Riceworks
  • Ritz  Brand name of snack cracker by Nabisco
  • Rold Gold  American brand of pretzels
  • Ruffles  Brand of potato chip

S

An unwrapped Slim Jim
Salt & vinegar flavoured Squares
  • Sabritas  Mexican snacks company
  • Salted Nut Roll  Nougat and peanut bar
  • San Carlo
  • Screaming Yellow Zonkers  Defunct brand of popcorn snack food
  • Sesame Street snacks
  • Sipahh
  • Skips  Snack from the United Kingdom and Ireland
  • Skittles  Brand of sugar-coated, fruit-flavored candy
  • Slim Jim  American brand of meat snack
  • Smartfood  American popcorn brand
  • Smoki
  • Snyder's of Berlin
  • Snyder's of Hanover  American pretzel company
  • Space Raiders  Brand of snack food
  • Starburst  Chewy fruit-flavored candy[10]
  • Sterzing's potato chips
  • Stiksy  Brazilian snacks company
  • Sun Chips  American snack chip brand
  • Sunbelt Snacks
  • Sunkist Fun Fruits
  • Snickers  Brand name chocolate bar
  • Squares  Brand of snack food
  • Swedish Fish  Fish-shaped chewy candy

T

A Tokyo Banana
Tunnock's Teacakes
  • Takis
  • Tasty Bite
  • Tastykake  American food company
  • Tayto  Manufacturer of crisps and corn snacks (Northern Ireland)
  • Tayto  Irish crisps and popcorn manufacturer (Republic of Ireland)
  • Tiger's Milk  Brand of energy bar
  • Tim's Cascade Snacks  Subsidiary of Utz Brands
  • Toaster Strudel  Brand of toaster pastries
  • Tokyo Banana
  • Torengos
  • Tostitos  American brand of snacks
  • Tracker  Chewy cereal bar
  • Tunnock's  Scottish confectionery company
  • Twiglets  UK snack brand shaped like twigs
  • Twinkie  American snack cake
  • Twistees
  • Twisties  Australian snack food
  • Twizzlers  American soft licorice-type candy
  • Take 5

U

W

Walkers salt and vinegar potato chips
  • Walkers  British snack food manufacturer
  • Wazoo
  • Wheat Crunchies
  • Wheatables
  • Wotsits  British snack food
  • Wow! Momo  Indian quick-service restaurant

Y

Yodels
  • Yodels

Z

See also

References

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  8. "KITKAT". KITKAT. Retrieved 11 April 2018.
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