Sixteen Facts You May Not Know About Cheetos

Cheetos may not be the most appealing looking snack foods, but their deliciousness, ease of oral delivery and satisfying crunch make them one of the most beloved snack foods in the world.

Whether you like them crunchy, flaming hot or funny shaped you can find Cheetos in 22 countries around the world, and there are more than 50 funky flavors out there including peanut butter, Pepsi and Japanese steak.

But if you're a fan of the flaming hot varieties that have become quite popular over the years you owe former Frito-Lay janitor Richard Montañez a word of thanks for coming up with the flavor.

 Armed with a sample bag and some marketing studies he talked his way into a meeting with the CEO and brought the heat to everybody's favorite cheesy treat.

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You can still get the Cheetos Paws (in shape only). The colmillos flavor from Cheetos Mexico.
They also have a newer one called poffets. They are like puffs.
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