Which Frito-Lay Snacks do not contain added MSG?

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) is an ingredient derived from glutamic acid, an amino acid present in most food products.  MSG is used in American cooking because of its desirable effect on flavor.  In order to maintain the taste that consumers have grown to love in Frito-Lay snacks, we use extremely low levels of MSG in some products to enhance flavor.  

In accordance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, we list MSG in the ingredient statement whenever it is used so consumers will always know if MSG is added. It is never included as an unnamed flavor or spice.

It may be helpful to know which of our seasonings are made without added MSG.  You'll find this complete list of snacks by clicking here.
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