Doritos (literally, from Mexican Spanish doradito: "turned golden or crisp") is a brand of seasoned tortilla chips produced since 1964 by American food company Frito-Lay (a wholly owned subsidiary of PepsiCo, Inc.).
Fritos is the name of a brand of corn chips invented in the 1930s by Elmer Doolin and produced since 1959 by Frito-Lay. They are made from a deep-fried extrusion of masa.
Lay's (also known as Walkers in the United Kingdom and Ireland, Smith's in Australia, Chipsy in Egypt, Poca in Vietnam, Tapuchips in Israel, Margarita in Colombia and Sabritas in Mexico) is the brand name for a number of potato chip varieties as well as the name of the company that founded the chip brand in 1932. A company owned by PepsiCo since 1965. Other brands in the Frito-Lay group include Fritos, Doritos, Ruffles, Cheetos, Rold Gold pretzels, Munchos, Funyuns, and Sun Chips.
Pringles is a brand of potato and wheat-based stackable snack chips owned by the Kellogg Company.
Simba is a popular potato chip manufacturer and has been producing its products in South Africa since 1956, when it was established by the Greyvenstein family.