Doritos Roll Out ‘Four Snacks in One’ Mix

Feb 18, 2016 05:00 AM EST | By Shilpa Chakravorty


For people who love all the Doritos flavors and cannot decide which one to choose, good news awaits! Doritos recently released a new Doritos variety, which contains four different types of Doritos snacks in a single bag.

Thus, fans can now experience the "Four Snacks in One" mix without buying four different packets of Doritos.

Doritos Mix, the new Doritos snacks presently is available in two different versions - Cheese Explosion and Taco Explosion, according to Yahoo Food.

Both the snacks contain the different available Doritos shapes, namely the classic Doritos triangle, Dinamata rolled tortilla (a twisted snack), and an open triangle in various taco-inspired and cheese flavors.

"Doritos Mix gives fans what they've been seeking in two new flavors: Cheese Explosion and Taco Explosion - bringing out a 'Four Snacks in One' Doritos experience," said Jeannie Cho, VP of marketing, Frito-Lay North America to Yahoo Finance. "Our consumers have told us they're seeking bold flavors and greater variety. With Doritos Mix, they now have a unique blend of four different flavors and shapes in one bag."

For the Taco Explosion, there is some taco - like notes but it does taste like corn chips in special Doritos dust. The mix - up includes the Spicy Nacho, Taco, Sour Cream and Salsa flavors, which is sure to be delicious enough!

On the other hand, the Cheese Explosion pack contains the Nacho Cheese, Spicy Nacho and Jumpin' Jack Cheese flavors.

Doritos have been trying to appease their customers for quite some time, and according to experts, the present move is to answer their fans' search for new snack options with unique shape and flavor combinations among other factors.

The Doritos Mix is presently available in two sizes - a 3.0 oz. bag for the price of $1.49 and a 9.5 oz. bag for $4.29 in several retail outlets.

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