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Transcript of cheetos

By: Jordan Fason and
Savannah Scharschmidt 1961- Charles and Herman merge their two compains to form Frito- Lay Inc 1940- Charles Elmer Doolin,
the Frito's creator,
started the first batches of Cheetos. 1971- Cheetos Puffs
were introduced HISTORY 1948- With the assistance of Herman W. Lay, Doolin produced and marketed the original Crunchy Cheeto 1965- Frito- Lay merges with Pepsi-Cola Company , forming Pepsico. Cheetos sell world wide. also 1971- The Cheetos mouse was mascot and his two slogans were “Cheese that goes crunch” and "Hail Chee-sar!" Frito-Lay &
Products Frito Lay produces thirty three
different snack products. Examples: Frito Lay is the division of Pepsi Co that produces and manufactures corn and potato chips along with other snack foods.

They are responsible for making Cheetos. Cheetos
Lays, Fritos,
Doritos, Cracker Jack
Rold Gold Pretzels
Tostitos, & Sun Chips Frito-Lay In 2010 PepsiCo became the 11th largest brand after Cheetos worldwide annual sales
were approximately $4 billion dollars A Cheeto that resembled
Michael Jackson doing the moonwalk was sold on eBay for $35.18 There have been two findings of Cheetos
that resemble Jesus Christ, one with him
on the cross and the other of him with
praying hands stretched out. Some schools have banned Hot Cheetos because of their lack of nutritional value.

They noticed kids were becoming “addicted” to them.

Another issue was that red fingerprint stains were dirtying papers and staining classrooms. FUN FACTS Cheetos Hot Cheetos where invented by a Hispanic janitor who worked at a Frito-Lay plant. He was inspired by a meal he enjoyed, corn seasoned with spicy chillies. Crunchy Cheetos
Cheetos Puffs
Flamin' Hot Cheetos
Flamin' Hot Cheetos con Limon
Baked Cheetos
Flamin' Hot Baked Cheetos
Cheddar Jalapeno Cheetos
Flamin' Hot Cheetos Puffs
Salsa con Queso Cheetos
Honey BBQ Cheetos Puffs Products in today's market
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