Living Well • Tasting Great. Light Crisp Snack Made with Real Cheese. Gluten Free with a Classic Cheese Smile. From the Sunday lunch discussions about our family's bakery business to the summers we spent as young apprentices at our father's side taste has always been a family affair. That's why every Wellaby's product embodies values such as trust and consistency in quality. Because when it comes to taste...we treat you like one of the family! . Alex & Dimitrios. . A Delicious Gluten Free Treat Ideal For:. Appetizers. Snack Time. Lunch Break. Sharing
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2 out of 3(67%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Wellaby's Cheese Ups Gluten Free Classic Cheese -- 3 oz
Review 1 for Wellaby's Cheese Ups Gluten Free Classic Cheese -- 3 oz
September 11, 2015
"crispy but not good, tastes like paper."
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Review 2 for Wellaby's Cheese Ups Gluten Free Classic Cheese -- 3 oz
Very light and tasty
February 21, 2015
"Pretty good, but very very light little puffs (crunchy). Good but not what you're looking for if you want something substantial. Nice flavor though."
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Review 3 for Wellaby's Cheese Ups Gluten Free Classic Cheese -- 3 oz
fromGulf Islands BC Canada
Excellent cheesy crispness!
May 7, 2014
"This is one of my favourite junk foods that isn't that junky. The potato starch in the product instead of grain is great for people like me who don't do well on grains (both gluten and gluten-free grains).
The flavour is a bit like goldfish crackers, but better because the ingredients are better, there is more real food in these crisps than what you normally find in commercial cheese crisps. They are wonderfully crispy.
The price is higher than I'm comfortable paying regularly so I hope that there will be sales in the future. I took off one star for that.
It's tempting for me to eat more than 1 bag at a time, they're so tasty.
Bizarrely, but with good results, a few times I put the Cheese Ups in a bowl and ate them with milk, like they were a savoury dry cereal."