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It's Doritos Loaded, that infamous "warm Nacho Cheese snack."
People are saying it's "a bit intense on the stomach."
"Someone at the Mountain Dew design department was getting really high."
It conquers Dallas today and L.A. on Friday — after that, who knows?
How else to get people to eat chips that taste like "burnt cat turds"?
The dip is the chips.
Cheetos already basically are Doritos, but that doesn't mean Frito-Lay will leave well enough alone.
Today was the day the world learned about Tostitos "street tacos" with Kickstart Mountain Dew Chicken.
Chains are adding new Doritos-themed items to their menus as soon as 2015.
Pizza Drones and Hands-Free Whopper Holders: How Fast-Food Giants Make Big Money by Selling Fake Products
It's incredibly cheap and extremely effective for soda companies and fast-food giants to market products that are never actually made.
These two are starting to resemble a couple that can't quit with the PDA.
The chain's CEO spills some beans on the next Frito-Lay collaboration while previewing a Super Bowl ad.
Nanobots will also copyedit your Yelp reviews.
They've sold 200 million of the original version.
Since when is nacho cheese heart-healthy?
The chain saw double-digit sales growth, all thanks to the nacho-cheese abomination.
Plus: mashed potatoes as a good-luck charm, and more, all in this week's roundup of weird food news.