Snack pioneer buried with beloved Doritos

Snack pioneer buried with beloved DoritosOnly in America would they think it a “good” idea to sprinkle Doritos in someone’s grave.
The creator of Doritos Arch West’s family have decided that an honorable send off for the 97-year-old who recently died would be to bury him with the cheesy crisp. Having launched the snack in 1964 after getting the idea from seeing fried tortillas being served in San Diego from street vendors the corn crisps were an immediate hit.
Making his family millionaires by Doritos making up a third of Frito-Lays profits of £836million in 1993, it is a shame that money can’t buy you class. The hick funeral will take place in Dallas, Texas as opposed to the more fitting Arkansas.


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