The pair were discussing change and the ad ended with viewers aware that the change they referred to was not political, but rather a new packaging for Doritos. 2010 saw the release of three successively spicy "Degree Burn" flavors (Blazin' Jalapeño/Jalapeño Fire, Fiery Buffalo and Scorchin' Habanero), cross promoted to "cool down" with Pepsi's lime "Cease Fire/Max Citrus Freeze", and the wasabi flavored Mr. Dragon's Fire Chips. FAQ • Questions about snacks? Die Doritos-Produktion begann in den frühen 1960er Jahren im ersten Disneyland in Anaheim, Kalifornien. Using surplus tortillas and taking the original idea from the traditional Mexican snack known as totopo, the company-owned restaurant cut them up, fried them, and added basic seasoning, resembling the Mexican chilaquiles, but in this case being dry. This isn’t one of those times. The first flavor was Toasted Corn, released in 1966, followed by Taco in 1967 and Nacho Cheese in 1972. This Doritos-encrusted pizza falls firmly under the genre of extreme fast food, much like KFC’s infamous Double Down, or Pizza Hut’s previous foray into the world of inserting other foods into other foods – the hotdog stuffed crust. In 2013, Doritos re-branded Rollitos as Dinamitas , … Both commercials finished highly in ratings of commercials during this Super Bowl. Arch West was the vice president of marketing of Frito-Lay at the time, and noticed their popularity. ", "Taste Test: Mountain Dew "Quest" Doritos", "One Dorito In This Handful Could Melt Your Face", "Doritos Roulette: School warns parents not to give children crisps after pupil left struggling to breathe", "Thanks to the Web, the Scorekeeping on the Super Bowl has just begun", "Super Bowl boosts digital sales for Petty and others", "Doritos Super Bowl XLIII Commercial: Free Doritos! And when we say the crust is layered with Doritos, we don’t mean crumbs. If you’re not a turkey fan, this one’s for you. The greatest triumph of the season arrives on the day after Thanksgiving, when your protein-induced drowsiness has dissipated and the leftovers are yours to play with in the manner you desire. In 2008, the Taco Bell (complete with the brand name attached) flavor was temporarily re-released under the "Back by Popular Demand" label along with Four Cheese. [28], In the spring of 2015, Doritos Roulette was released to US markets for a limited time. Other specialty flavors began to make their debut during the late 1980s. Onion Rings n' Ketchup received the most votes and remained on sale. [23], Six versions of "Doritos Collisions", which include two different flavors in the same bag, have been produced. Why does pizza have to be cold in the morning? There's No Excuse for Eating Junk Food Anymore, "In Some Countries, "Cool Ranch" Doritos Are Called "Cool American, "Endangered and Extinct: Taco flavored Doritos", "Snack Chat: Feeling Retro? According to Doritos, the vote was so close that just before the game the company decided to run two of the ads rather than just one. [7], According to Information Resources International, in 1993, Doritos earned $1.2 billion in retail sales, one-third of the total Frito-Lay sales for the year. !” ... “Open up with your smile” ... “Ingredients: Corn, Vegetable Oil, Dried Potato, Salt, Spices, Sugar, Cheese Powder, Protein Hydrolysate, Mayonnaise Powder, Vegetable Extract Powder, Yeast Extract Powder, Powdered Egg Yellow, Powdered Sauce, Spicy Oil, Seasoning, Flavoring, Acidulant, Spice Extract.”. You won’t find them here. Doritos (/ d ə ˈ r iː t oʊ z /) is an American brand of flavored tortilla chips produced since 1964 by Frito-Lay, a wholly owned subsidiary of PepsiCo. This ad featured a man who discovers that each crunch from his bag of Doritos causes whatever is on his mind to become reality (until he runs out of chips). In den meisten Ländern sind jedoch einige Kernvarianten nach US-amerikanischem Vorbild vorhanden, etwa „Nacho Cheese“ (Käse) oder „Cool Ranch“ (Sour Creme).[1][2][3]. In 1995, Chester's Cheese Doritos were available for a limited time.