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Frito-Lay Debuts Street-Food-Inspired ‘Walking Tacos’

The new line offers a “meal-like” option from a snack-centric company

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The Walking Taco concept plays off of Taco Bell’s Doritos Locos Tacos, a taco with a shell made from Nacho Cheese Doritos chips.

Your favorite chips have gotten an upgrade with Frito-Lay’s new line of Top 'N Go Walking Taco bags, a twist on classic concession stand snacks.

This new line is perfectly aimed at college students looking for an on-the-go snack, whether on the way to class or at a football game.

Unlike a traditional bag of chips, the Top ‘N Go snacks have a wide-set packaging that gives you easier access to topped-off chips, Foodbeast reported.

The bags don’t come with toppings, allowing consumers to customize their own Walking Tacos with cheese, peppers, ground beef, and more.

The Top ‘N Go snacks, available nationwide, come in five different flavors: Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, Nacho Cheese Doritos, Original Fritos, Original Ruffles, and Tostitos.


The product was originally launched at the 2016 Super Bowl, and Doritos Top ‘N Go toured the country on a food truck for the following six months, reaching 30 states and serving 23,000 Walking Tacos, according to PepsiCo.