From Oreos To Popcorn, How The Latin Palate Is Making Basic Food Better
It’s 2016 and companies have finally started to cater to our palate. We’re eternally grateful for the existence of…
Llena Tu Loko for giving Texans a chance to have a Mexican Yougurtland experience.
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You can expect to make mouthwatering treats like this at the Mexican candy shop.
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Then, Lay’s decided to get in on the action by giving us Tapatío flavored Ruffles.
And Pringles decided to bless us with a jalapeño option. ?
Oreo turned the cookie world UPSIDE DOWN when it released its churro version.
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Latinos everywhere were like:
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I found my other half.
Who can forget when Tajín got into the potato chip game all stealth like?
Out of nowhere, bro! But come at me ?.
Remember the Lay’s Tapatío Ruffles? Well, Lay’s loved the Tapatío take so much, they put it on Doritos too.
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Yas. Yas. Yas!
For those who are more team Valentina, you can get Valentina flavored popcorn.
This. Is. Not. A. Drill!
Party supplies stores joined in on the fun by giving us a Chamoy fountain. ?
Fuente de chamoy para acompañar tu mesa de dulces! pic.twitter.com/xOT0SJHyfe
— DARPA EVENTOS (@darpaeventos) February 27, 2015
Because chocolate fountains are so, dare we say, basic.
Even our Japanese primos are getting in on it. #EndlessPossibilities
Have your people call our people and we can make these avocado Doritos! Maybe add some chile y limón?
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