7-Eleven Introduces New Doritos ... Chicken Nugget?

A new viral campaign by 7-Eleven and Doritos has people asking: What is that?

Image via 7-Eleven Twitter page
Image via 7-Eleven Twitter page
By Ryan Sartor

7-Eleven has taken to Twitter in order to promote the release of Doritos Loaded, a mysterious new food stuff that will making its world debut tomorrow, July 2, 2014.

Beyond the triangle shape and suggested density of the object (which we're assuming is edible), nothing is known about the content or nutritional value of Doritos Loaded. Photos on 7-Eleven's website suggest that Doritos Loaded are filled with cheese. We'll find out for sure on Wednesday.

The reaction across social media so far has ranged from the bewildered ("is this a dorito chicken nugget or..") to the vaguely enthusiastic ("I think they're nuggets!") to the direct ("@7eleven what... What IS that. Are you trying to kill me?").

Are you interested in trying Doritos Loaded? Check out this 7-Eleven store locator to see if a location is near you. Here, also, is a link to where you can find a local farmer's market.

Michael Crowne July 01, 2014 at 05:56 PM
7/11 can introduce whatever they want to bolster unhealthy sales. Bottom line is that Wawa and other stores are now more popular and cleaner. 7/11 has seen it's day.
amisstree July 02, 2014 at 11:08 AM
How can anyone entertain frequenting or even entering a 711? Wawas are clean, have a nice variety of fresh food (that hasn't been sitting under a heat lamp for 29 hours), and you can understand/decipher what the employees are saying to you. 711, your day has come and gone, the coffee isn't even palatable with its coagulated film of filth swimming on the surface of the black murky liquid.


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