• Doritos has revealed it will return an old 90's favourite to Australian shelves. Source: Pepsi Co
    Doritos has revealed it will return an old 90's favourite to Australian shelves. Source: Pepsi Co
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Doritos has resumed production of the 90s favourite 3D Crunch. PepsiCo said after almost two decades of consumers asking for the chip’s return it is back on supermarket shelves.

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Doritos 3D Crunch will be sold in three flavours: Extreme Cheese, Spicy Salsa, and Sweet Chilli.

The puffed-up versions of the classic triangle-shaped corn chip offer a lighter, airier and crispier Doritos.  

Doritos marketing manager Katherine Twomey commented: “We’re super excited to bring this much-loved chip back with a bold bang. Instead of bringing back the original, we’ve evolved the product to reflect the snacking trends of a new generation.”

Doritos 3D Crunch is available from Coles, Woolworths and independent retailers for RRP $3.75 (130g) and $2.64 (70g). 

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