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11 Things You Didn’t Know About Doritos

Reader's Digest Logo By Caroline Stanko of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 11: Legend has it, we have Mickey Mouse to thank for these crispy treats, according to Business Insider. Doritos' parent company, Frito-Lay, operated a restaurant named Casa de Fritos inside the park in the 1960s. When a salesman saw Casa de Fritos throwing away stale tortillas, he suggested they fry them for chips instead. When marketing executive Arch West saw this, he loved the idea and convinced Frito-Lay to start selling the chips nationally in 1966.

They were invented at Disneyland

Legend has it, we have Mickey Mouse to thank for these crispy treats, according to Business Insider. Doritos' parent company, Frito-Lay, operated a restaurant named Casa de Fritos inside the park in the 1960s. When a salesman saw Casa de Fritos throwing away stale tortillas, he suggested they fry them for chips instead. When marketing executive Arch West saw this, he loved the idea and convinced Frito-Lay to start selling the chips nationally in 1966.

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