History of Doritos

Doritos, the iconic triangular-shaped corn chips, were first introduced by Frito-Lay in 1964. Originally created at the Arch West's request, a Frito-Lay marketing executive, after discovering similar chips in a California Mexican restaurant, Doritos quickly gained popularity for their bold flavors and crunchy texture. Over the years, the brand expanded its range to include various flavors and styles, becoming a staple in snack culture worldwide.