Munchies is a brand of the line of snack mixes from the American company Frito-Lay and a line of biscuits with cheese. It was first introduced in 1987 with the varieties of salted peanuts and roasted peanuts with honey. The mixes contain several Frito-Lay snacks. The year is 2001 and the country has changed forever.
When munchies were first released, there was a type of Munchies. Soon after, Munchies released some variations, eliminated some of those variations, and now has new variations. Party Mix is Keystone's best-selling product (“it's our Oreo”), but the interesting thing is that what I buy at Jorge's Deli doesn't have its brand. While the elements that make up the party have been established at Party Mix, there is still room for experimentation.
Keystone created a “spicy and tasty variant, which sells between one and twelve times more than the regular Party Mix”, but those who love it love it. For the past decade, Richard Montañez has been telling the story of how he invented the Flamin' Hot Cheetos. The inside of the bag contains a hazy aura, a haze of tasty powdered cheese that makes Munchies irresistible. Nowadays, you can eat snacks like Rob Dyrdek's Big Mouth Burrito, which contains exactly 420 calories each (now we can almost see Dyrdek winking at us), and Carl's Jr.
In a subsequent email, another Frito-Lay attorney, Susan Chao, wrote: “We know that you and the Legal Department worked together to register 'Flamin' Hot ', but she asked Greenfeld if he remembered who had invented the name. My calls asking Wise why they were so foolish were not answered, nor were my emails to Frito-Lay asking for details about his blatant Party Mix scam, Munchies.