Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Banned from Some Schools

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(New Mexico) The popular snack Flamin’ Hot Cheetos is being banned in some school districts in New Mexico and California.

According to CBS News, teachers and nutritionist argue that the chips aren’t healthy and say they should be eaten at home.

In Illinois, one school district has already banned the chips, and teachers who want them prohibited say they’re addictive.

According to reports, Frito-Lay which is the manufacturer of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, says the company is “committed to responsible and ethical marketing practices, which includes not marketing products to children ages 12 and under.”