Frito-Lay releases three new World Cup inspired flavors

Frito-Lay Releases Limited-Time World Cup-Inspired Flavors. Image courtesy Frito-Lay
Frito-Lay Releases Limited-Time World Cup-Inspired Flavors. Image courtesy Frito-Lay /

Starting in late November, the FIFA World Cup will become the center of the universe for sports fans all over the world. The tournament makes the Super Bowl look like a backyard scrimmage by comparison and will have fans reaching for snacks of all kinds to enjoy during the matches.

Frito-Lay has long been the king of snack foods perfect for any game day and they know that includes the World Cup. Which is why the potato chip maker is bringing something new to your supermarket shelves to celebrate.

According to the press email we received at Guilty Eats HQ, Frito-Lay is releasing a trio of new flavors in honor of the World Cup. Each one is inspired by one of the countries competing in the tournament and should definitely satisfy that snaking urge.

Frito-Lay World Cup inspired flavors will only be available for a limited time.

The first of the three new global flavors is Lay’s Adobadas, which uses the Latino dish of the same name for inspiration and combines chili, tomato and lime.

Next up is Lay’s Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Popper, which any American should be familiar with. It combines the kick of jalapeno and smoky BBQ in chip form.

And finally there is Lay’s Wavy Carnitas Street Tacos, which in the tradition of the street food from Mexico has a pork carnitas flavor.

Lay’s Adobadas and Lay’s Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Popper come in 7.75 oz bags and 2.625 oz bags and will set you back $4.59 and $2.29 respectively. The Lay’s Wavy Carnitas Street Tacos will be available in 7.5 oz bags and will cost $4.59.

All three flavors will be available at retailers nationwide when the World Cup kicks off and will only be around for a limited time. So get some and enjoy them during the tournament while you can.

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What do you think Guilty Eaters? Will you be trying any of the new Frito-Lay flavors while watching the World Cup? Leave a comment below and let us know or join the conversation on our Twitter and Facebook pages.