Cheez-wiz in coffee
- Alan Divack Oct 20, 1998 08:33 AM
I read recently in a book on marketing that Cheez wiz
is marekted and used as a coffee flavoring in Puerto
Rico. can anyone confirm or deny?
re: Bob Dunn
Hey pal, if what Alan said he read was true, are you
calling Puerto Ricans morons by association ? Cheez
wiz in coffee sounds weird to me too, but that's no
reason to call Alan a moron.
If you have nothing intelligent to say, don't say
You have just confirmed that YOU'RE the total moron.
You can't even spell "you're" .
re: Gary Cheong
Thank you for the vote of confidence, Gary.
All doubters please see P. Kotler, Marketing
Management, 9th edition, p.453.
I did not mean to disparage Puerto Ricans -- just
thought that it was an interesting food way and worth
knowing more about, though perhaps not worth trying.
Interesting things happen when food cultures collide --
you get funky combos like some filipino dishes (e.g.
the spaghetti with patis, tomatos, cheddar cheese and
sliced hot dogs at Renee's). It reminds me of my
Russian cousins' first encouter with peanut butter --
they ate it on bread topped with a sliced cured pork
fat -- sort of a Russian pancetta, only not as tasty.