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Why The Name 'Cheez-It' Has Fallen Victim To The Mandela Effect
By MIKALA LUGEN
The Mandela effect is a phenomenon “when many different people incorrectly remember the same thing.” Over the years, several items have fallen prey to the Mandela effect — from Jif peanut butter to Oscar Mayer — and the latest victim is Cheez-It, the century-old baked cheese snack crackers.
As it turns out, the popular snack has always been called “Cheez-It” as a singular term, and never “Cheez-Its” or “Cheez-Itz,” like many people claim. Cheez-It lovers on social media are shocked, with Twitter one user stating, “Apparently it's just 'Cheez-It' and not 'Cheez-Itz' my life is a lie.”
While it can be harder to prove the truth with other Mandela effect victims, we can easily look back at some earlier photos of Cheez-It boxes to get the right answer. According to the company's website, Cheez-It first launched in 1921 with the logo that clearly reads, “Cheez-It.”