Doritos Supports LBGT Community With RAINBOW Chips

By Editorial Staff in Life Style On 13th October 2015

#1 Doritos is taking a page from Skittles' book.

The brand, owned by Frito-Lay, is offering rainbow-colored Doritos for those who donate to the It Gets Better Project, a nonprofit that assists LGBT youth.

#2 Supporting gay youth

At minimum, you must donate $10 at www.ItGetsBetter.org/DoritosRainbows to be mailed a bag of limited edition Doritos Rainbows chips, which come in the "Cool Ranch" flavor.

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#4 Or if you just love the bright, eye catching rainbow colors...

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#5 Then you will want to check out the new Doritos Rainbows.

"Doritos supports the bold lives our fans leadall of them," the company wrote on the It Gets Better site.

#6 They are basically just Cool Ranch Doritos in Living COLOR

Upon making their donations, consumers are encouraged to share messages of hope and inspiration using #BoldandBetter.

#7 That’s right: You can’t buy them in stores. You have to donate to get them.

Ram Krishnan, the snack maker's chief marketing officer, said in the release that Doritos Rainbows would bring "an entirely new product experience to our consumers to show our commitment toward equal rights for the LGBT community and celebrate humanity without exception."

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#8 Rainbow Love

The product is still delicious,no matter what COLORS they come in, and just a way for the company to give some support to gay youths. Everybody loves the rainbow, so why then are people against the product?

#9 Mike Huckabee To Valiantly Refuse To Eat Doritos, Because Jesus

Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee feels very importantly about taking on the biggest issues of our time thus, he is leading the charge for Good Christians everywhere to boycott Frito-Lay products over Rainbow Doritos.

#10 Others have gone to the Frito-Lay website for the Rainbow chips and left vulgar messages

This is just one example of the many comments left on the Doritos sight. However, since their release in September, the chips have already made over $1.5 million dollars for the It Gets Better Project, just from selling the chips for $10.00 a donation.

#11 Companies are behind the LGBT cause

Despite a few haters, hundreds of giant companies like Facebook, Netflix, Costco, Burger King, and more, are supporting the LGBT community. Frito Lay has plans in the future to release pink chips to support cancer awareness. One spokesperson said, "the possibilities are endless."