|Place of origin||Australia|
|Created by||Snack Brands Australia|
|Cookbook: CC's Media: CC's|
CC's (pronounced c-ccs) is a brand of flavoured tortilla chips produced since the early 1980s, originally by The Smith's Snackfood Company, and currently by Snack Brands Australia. CC's are predominantly sold in Australia and come in assorted flavours. CC's were also sold in New Zealand until Bluebird Foods (the owner of the CC's brand in New Zealand) decided to locally produce the American brand Doritos in March 2010. The chips are made of ground corn, vegetable oil, and seasoning. The full ingredients list is vegetable oils (sunflower, palmolein), milk solids (cheese powder), food acids (270, 330, 331), flavour enhancers (621, 627, 631), starch (wheat, maize), vegetable powders (onion, tomato, garlic), salt, sugar, herbs, spice (cumin), flavour (natural and nature identical), yeast extract, vegetable extract (soy, wheat), antioxidants (304, 306).
CC's have three main flavours, original, tasty cheese and nacho cheese. From time to time CC's release tangy BBQ flavor.
CC's have been marketing with the tagline "You can't say no" since the early 1980s with the most notable campaign featuring The Simpsons in 1998. Since Arnotts sale of Snack Foods Limited, CC's have been marketed as being 100% Australian owned and made.
In 1998, The Simpsons featured on a set of television commercials with each commercial involving Homer Simpson wanting Bart Simpson's CC's, so Bart would make Homer do an outlandish stunt (a dare) to get them. Homer would never succeed because of Bart. Each commercial ended with a pun on the famous tagline "You can't say no" with Dan Castellaneta saying "CC's - you can't say..." and then Homer would say "D'oh!". These ads are similar to the Butterfinger ads that aired in the U.S. from 1988 to 2001.
Even though the commercials only ran on Australian television, they have been included in the DVD release of The Simpsons season 10.
|2||Homer must run through the Power Plant naked, but he trips on a power cord and causes a town-wide blackout.|
|9||Homer skydives from a plane and must land it, but lands in a trampoline factory and bounces back up to the plane. Homer grabs Bart's chips, but Bart opens Homer's parachute, sending him flying backwards.|
|14||Homer must escape from a water tank while straight-jacketed and chained.|
|23||Homer has to jump off a cliff into the ocean. As soon as he emerges from the water, he sees his swimming trunks have come off.|
|38||As part of the dare, Bart performs a magic trick by cutting Homer in three. However, Homer can't eat the chips while separated.|
|65||Homer must walk across burning coals, but Bart has not lit them yet.|