One goal of the "whole foods" movement is to reduce the number of ingredients in foods, many of which are preservatives. Doritos' new line, Simply, claims to be all natural.
Corn, vegetable oil (sunflower, canola, and/or corn oil), maltodextrin (made from corn), salt, cheddar cheese (milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), whey, monosodium glutamate, buttermilk, Romano cheese (part-skim cow’s milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), whey protein concentrate, onion powder, corn flour, natural and artificial flavor, dextrose, tomato powder, lactose, spices, artificial color (including yellow 6, yellow 5, and red 40), lactic acid, citric acid, sugar, garlic powder, skim milk, red and green bell pepper powder, disodium inosinate, and disodium guanylate.
Organic corn, organic expeller-pressed sunflower oil, organic cheddar cheese (milk, cheese, cultures, salt, enzymes), organic maltodextrin (made from corn), sea salt, organic see cream buttermilk, organic tomato powder, natural flavors, organic onion powder, organic butter (cream, salt), organic skim milk, organic spices, citric acid, organic garlic powder, organic cream, and lactic acid.
Organic Doritos have eight grams of fat and 170 milligrams of sodium, compared to eight grams of fat and 210 milligrams of sodium in normal Doritos. Not only that, but Organic Doritos somehow have an extra ten calories per serving.
It's ok to eat a whole bag of Doritos if they're organic, right? 😂— Leslie Laine (@leslaine) August 15, 2017