Top 10 Untold Truths of Cheetos

Top 10 Untold Truths of Cheetos


Did you know that Cheetos has been the top-selling brand of snack food since 2010 whoa cheetahs are sold in over 36 countries and come in 21 flavors the next time you take a bite out of these cheesy puffs think of these top ten untold truths of Cheetos introducing Cheetos free time highly addictive Cheetos like chips can be very highly addictive it’s difficult to have just a handful of these cheesy melting crispy puffs and you’ll probably find yourself eating a whole bag in just one sitting it’s very hard to stop and there’s a reason why according to a study not only does the brain associate crunching with the sound of freshness but it’s also convinced that what you’re eating is more appetizing than it actually is the reasoning behind this theory is called a very caloric density the melt-in-your-mouth factor tricks your brain into believing that you’re not getting enough food like a melting ice cube there aren’t any calories so you must be able to eat forever right very deceptive you say but not an accident snack food companies do a lot of research in order to design foods that fool your mind and your taste buds into a constant state of craving industry insiders call this the Bliss point I think we finally found that weakness mister leeeeave food designers pay close attention to this the coating of salty cheddar cheese crisps penis and fat further enhances this theory and rewards the brain with instant feelings of pleasure and gratification this combination makes it a perfectly addictive food cheetos definitely falls into this category of marvelously constructed foods that simply just gives pure pleasure she does may be a fantastic snack but the feeling you get when you realize you’ve just eaten an entire bag of cheesy orange puffs not so great I’m fat she owes a top-secret extruder machine Cheetos is one of America’s most beloved snacks and how they’re made is free ole’s best-kept secret Cheetos are not just popcorn dusted in a special orange cheddar cheese they’re actually made with a machine called the Bruder extruders are unusually high volume machines the process will raha melted plastics or metal during a manufacturing process to form a continuous string cornmeal stored in silos is pumped through animatic tube into the manufacturing plant and then fed into this extruder the cornmeal then rubs between two metal plates the friction melts the starch in the corn and causes moisture to heat up when it passes the boiling point the cornmeal pops creating the famous Cheetos shape the scraggly bits are then spit out of the extruder machine at high velocity before hitting a safety net and dropping onto a conveyer belt the cheetos then moved through a piping hot flume of vegetable oil flying them to a desired cris penis once cooked the pieces go back on a conveyor belt where they’re hit with a spray of powdered flaky orange cheddar cheese from all sides the cheese which frito-lay buys from an undisclosed company is pre spiced and looks like the stuff found in a box of cady mac and cheese the Cheetos are then cooled at room temperature and moved to the packaging area to be bagged boxed and shipped frito-lay has 14 plants and 11 states all used to make the snack top selling brand in your face space coyote did you know that Cheetos has been the top-selling brand of snack food since 2010 their retail sales are close to 4 billion dollars annually world wild cheetahs are sold in over 36 countries and come in 21 flavors all depending on where you live cheetahs were created in the Test Kitchen of the freedos company in Texas in 1948 by Charles E Doolin originally called Cheetos the company rebranded the name to Cheetos in the late 90s in order to appeal to a wider audience the original Cheetos or just crunchy Cheetos and nothing more it was the only product they produced for 23 years until the introduction of the Cheetos puffs in 1971 the baked variety known as baked Cheetos came onto the market in the beginning of 2014 even though Chios was the first snack food of its kind other competitors have emerged such as Utz cheese curls hares cheese curls and wise cheese doodles along with planters cheese puffs and cheese curls most of the competing cheese flavored snacks are distributed in specific regions of the US only Cheetos also come in different shapes and sizes popular flavors include the spicy flamin hot cheetos flamin hot lime in the country and extra flamin hot crunchy which have been discontinued also available are the reduced fat puffs and cheddar jalapeno crunchy although considered an American snack cheetos has production facilities worldwide including Cyprus Pakistan Spain and Poland where each country produces their own distinct flavors based on regional preferences turns out there’s no limit to the number of cheese puffs you can throw at someone’s face she knows the influencer boss can have a strong influence on the weak-minded we all know by now who invented the cheetah but did you know that an unlikely source was a prime influencer and some of cheetos most favorite flavors it wasn’t a popular instagram brand ambassador HEC Instagram and Facebook they weren’t even around when this story takes place it all happened in the 70s when richard Montana’s a janitor at the frito-lay factory in Rancho Cucamonga started adding chili powder to his own Cheetos during lunch time he noticed that the brand didn’t have any products targeting Latinos are you a Mexican or a mexican’t so he pitched the idea to the then CEO who loved it and the flamin hot cheetos were born the rest is history and Montez is now an executive vice president at PepsiCo’s North America Division somewhat of a cultural phenomenon he managed to rejuvenate the brand and become a central figure in marketing cheetos the corporation could have ignored him or claimed his idea as their own but instead they saw his potential mentored and promoted him and changed his life today he’s met with US presidents spoken at the United Nations and served on several boards he also teaches at universities across the US and helps influence latin-inspired products at KFC and Taco Bell Cheetos only restaurant why are these noodles orange how many snack foods are so popular they merit their own restaurant okay it was a short-lived one but nonetheless back in 2017 cheetos had a three-day event pop-up restaurant that catered got anything made with their products it all happened in New York City at a place so appropriately called the spotted cheetah a complete Cheetos inspired menu it was more of a publicity stunt by the company than anything else but it still proved to be a big hit the dishes were created by none other than chef Anne Burrell from Food Network each dish highlighted a flavor of Cheetos and such creations included dishes like cheese crusted chicken Milanese and mac and Cheetos other dishes came topped with variations of sprinkled pulverized Cheetos as garnishing it was such a big hit that reservations for the three-day run sold out within six hours of opening why even bother answering the phone to tell people they can’t eat here a thousand people were wait-listed and they had to add space at the bar to accommodate more folks dishes sold for up to twenty two dollars not cheap considering what a bag of Cheetos costs check please the winning dish had to be the flaming hot white cheddar mac and cheetos the restaurants design and decor revolved around the Cheetos theme with pictures of chester the Cheetos mascot and a black and orange glossy vibe that matched the brand opening night featured celebrity endorsements like Mariah Carey and Lala Anthony but don’t head out to New York to try this one they only temporarily took over the space that housed distilled New York on Broadway and Tribeca as soon as they started they were gone in a flash Cheetos original mascot Chester the cheetah is synonymous with the Cheetos brand today he’s been the official mascot for the Frito Lays Cheetos brand snack from the early 80s so this is what most of us can remember but that wasn’t always the case why is there a leopard on the Cheetos bag from 1971 to 79 the snacks first spokesperson used to be a mouse seeing that mice love cheese it seemed like a perfect fit and his character loved to bring Cheetos on all those wild adventures but consumers tired of them quickly and in 1986 Chester the cheetah took over his job created by Cheetos Art Director Brad Morgan he starred in many commercials and most had his own TV show once this sly smooth voice cheetah was an instant hit you got a dog cool look cool check the shades baby he was the one who coined the slogans it ain’t easy being cheesy and the cheese that goes crunch which were mainstays from 1986 to 1997 until it became dangerously cheesy from 1997 onwards in the beginning pads usually showed him in desperate attempts to eat other people’s Cheetos he was often seen sneaking up on an unsuspecting stranger at a beach or Park trying to lift their food it would always result in some sort of crazy funny and daring antics on Chester’s part Chester’s character underwent a slight revamping in 97 a sign of the times where he was portrayed in a less antagonistic manner he started being cooler and much suave ER and also became a much better character for the brand Chester is so cool he also has his own brand of Chester snacks which consists of flavored fries popcorn and puff corn this cool cat is loved by everyone and has become synonymous with the brand till today who can forget him [Music] the idea came with help from the military sometimes a crazy idea unleashes a bigger picture so was the case with the invention of cheetahs turn world war two the military was researching a way of dehydrating foods as a food source for their soldiers while in action because dairy and cheese were a good source of calcium but were perishable items they specifically wanted to find a better preservation method for these products by creating not only a non-perishable food but a good tasting one too they use military government money to come up with a new product called cheese powder it worked and was a huge hit so big that it also became a key ingredient in Cheetos in 48 when the frito company introduced their first cheesy snack cracker to the market hey thought you were hungry it contained the same dehydrated Wisconsin cheddar that the army put in its dehydrated products the magical cheese dust became a part of history and thanks to the US military and Doolin smart business acumen he purchased the recipe for a mere 100 dollars in 1932 it was the start of a beautiful marriage and the cheezy cheeto as we know it was born secret ingredients two orange fingers wait okay touch this ever wonder why your fingers turn orange and stay that way even after you’ve washed them after eating a bag of Cheetos some will say it’s annoying you’ve got to love all that finger licking goodness it’s simple we know that they’re made by blending cornmeal and water and then processed into puffs the cheese powder is the key ingredient that completes them and gives them all their delicious flavor the dehydrated cheddar cheese flakes are made with whey yellow six dye lactic and citric acid vegetable oil vitamin B sugar salt and of course msg among other things correct totus but it’s the yellow number six dye that gives it its color and is what staining not only your hands but also the insides of your guts so you’re putting a lot more than just cheese in your mouth a little bit of trivia you may find somewhat helpful is that it takes about 11 million gallons of milk to make that ten million pounds of cheddar cheese that are used in Cheetos seasoning so this is healthy orange was not the only color used to make Cheetos as they did have other mystery colors that were introduced in the early 2000s you could expect your tongue to be stained blue or green but even that it seems was a mystery too Cheetos banned in schools even though Cheetos are a popular snack among any generation they’re frowned upon as a lunch snack in elementary schools one of the reasons which almost anyone can surmise by now is that they’re very much not healthy after all many schools pride themselves on teaching children good healthy eating habits but did you know that the flamin hot cheetos have been totally banned in some major US schools since 2012 yep ban for life I never want to see you in here again flamin hot cheetos became a wildly popular snack that not only leaves your hands red they can send you to the hospital I want to cut this kid open why she’s got a broken arm says who many children complained of stomach aches after eating a bag of this stuff the extra flamin hot cheetos that were created in 2008 which were discontinued in 2013 were the worst culprits here so now several schools in California New Mexico and Illinois have banned the high-fat high-salt and possibly addictive treats some schools have even said that if a parent packs the snack and their child’s lunch the spicy Cheetos will be confiscated am i so out of touch no it’s the children oh we’re all for more than one fun flavor produced worldwide Cheetos come in all different shapes and flavors we have to admit that some countries do have some weird ones though in the US and Canada we have the usual Cheetos puffs crunchy and flamin hot we also have the big Cheetos and a jalapeno that have been a mainstay staple for years since 2012 we have the honey barbecue cheeto puffs and salsa con queso and from 2013 we’ve had the wonderful crunch Cheetos Tapatio and the Cheetos mix up extra cheesy ok touch this Japan has had fizzy Pepsi flavored Cheetos since 2013 and they’ve had the likes of ketchup flavored Cheetos in Poland strawberry in Russia peanut butter in Eastern Europe and Japanese steak in China India Cheetos whoosh are made with whole grain and vegetables in Pakistan Cheetos are available in six different flavors the soul Cheetos product produced in Australia is cheetos cheese and bacon balls cheetos also come in many different colors the most popular being orange and red in 2015 frito-lay released a limited edition of cinnamon sugar flavored snack called sweet owes to the US market a first in their 67 year history they are available only during the spring and even though they don’t taste anything like the cheddar crunch we’re used to they are fairly decent Cheetos in your hair oh thanks stick around tap on another video subscribe to our channel and click that notification valve

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  2. Now thanks to this video I want some Cheetos and my son Tommy went to Circle Gay on Carr Ave here in Keansburg, NJ and I just messaged him to get me a bag. THANKS ALOT!!!!!!!!!!!! I love Cheetos. I hope hes got his phone so I can get it and eat the whole bag.

  3. I am totally un-American! I just realized, in my 41 years of life, I have never purchased one single bag of Chitoโ€™s.

  4. Just because I watched this video doesnโ€™t mean I will stop eating Cheetos. Also I am highly addicted to Cheetos.

  5. The first time I tried xxxtra flaming hot was about a year or so after they were introduced. They're still sold everywhere. Atleast in Los Angeles lol

  6. When Celebrities gets involved with a certain food item, all gets blown out of proportion, like with hamburger and their restaurants endorsements. We know they are getting paid for it or are part owners with a particular restaurant. Which leads over compensating of the food being turned out to the Public. How many well known Italians endorsed their own restaurant and turn out nasty food.

  7. Cheetos Cheese Puffs are made in the same factory as Walkers Wotsits in the UK, in fact they are the exact same product but different size puffs.

  8. Okay, 1986 is not the early 80's. I'd say 80-83 is early, 84-86 mid, and 87-89 late. Otherwise, cool vidya bruh.

    EDIT: Mandela Effect. 8:59 Narrator says ''It ain't easy being cheesy'' which is how I remember it. 9:55 Commercial says ''It's not easy being cheesy''. Crazy sh*t going on.

  9. was unaware that Cheetos is #1 snack… i've never seen the Mix-Up, except in advertisements, but the Crunch & Puffs are my absolute favourite.
    couple years ago Regal Cinemas introduced Cheetos-Popcorn to their concessions & it has been my go to snack on every visit.
    much better than popcorn with that mysterious yellow stuff that gets poured into it.
    thank you for this…

  10. Super glad the ad came in immediately. I only jumped on this video to say… WHAT THE HELL BABBLETOP! I'm currently eating a bag of Cheetos. This is NOT the appropriate time to tell me things about my munchies while I'm (OH CANADA!) legally high and paranoid as balls! What are you trying to do to me?

    I'll come back and watch it when I'm done my Cheetos… I hope it's not telling me there's baby souls in these. Please no baby souls. Please no baby souls.

  11. Not sure where the information about the xxxtra flaming hot being discontinued came from, but itโ€™s definitely still available.

  12. Give the charity Executive a break for naming a flavor Cheetos was used in many recipes when you didn't have cheese. P๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ƒplease stop it. Asiago Cheese and Chester has a Cheetah girlfriend that's is gourmet blue cheeseie.We all ain't orangein the morning. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€.

  13. @12:44 hey noob in the editing room they emphasized Takis way more than Cheetos in Orange is the New Black so please go back and watch it because I don't remember Cheetos being hyped up nearly as much just saying

  14. PS.. How in the heck did this channel get these clips, script and presentation? This is either a Russian-funded advertisement machine Meant to bolster Western ideals and free market Capitalism, or it is a Labor Union machine? The ads on this video are so good I can't skip them! The content is imperative!

  15. Babbletop I love your videos and everything but I hate when you add useless edits it wastes your time and my time its getting annoying

  16. Literally My classmates always Bring cheetos As their Snacks
    -also When i ate Cheetos it felt it was bursting cheese inside cheetos cruch
    -cheetos Puffs (unexpected havent Taste)

  17. 1. Exxtra flaming hot are not discontinued. 2. You left out chipotle ranch Cheetos 3. Next time you have some flaming hot Cheetos add movie/ball park nacho cheese sauce. You can thank me later

  18. ha ha turn on subtitles, when describing why Cheetos taste so good the ingredients listed according to the sub title at 1.29 "cheddar cheese crisps penis and fat"….Now you know…enjoy.

  19. I remember that when I was a kid (in the 1990s), I'd beg my parents for Cheetos Paws almost every time they went to the grocery store. What every happened to Cheetos Paws? Also โ€ฆ I feel that it's not the place of school systems to ban a food, unless it poses a health risk (like peanut butter due to peanut allergies). Otherwise, I feel that it's up to the parents (or legal guardians) of the children to decide if it's ok for the child (or children) to eat Cheetos.

  20. I know the xxtra flaming hot cheetos still exist. They probably stopped it during 2013. But I remember they had the "ad campaign against doritos" in 2019.

    Only ones I haven't seen are the ones named after the xxtra flaming hot.

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