Some School Districts Ban Flamin' Hot Cheetos
Flamin' Hot Cheetos may be popular with kids, but they're getting banned in schools around the country.
The concern is the snack's nutritional value.
Each of the snack sized bags contain 26 grams of fat, and a quarter of the amount of sodium that's recommended for an entire day.
Some experts say Cheetos are hyperpalatable which means they're highly addictive.
Frito Lay which makes and sells Cheetos tells ABC news "It's committed to responsible and ethical marketing practices, which includes not marketing our products to children ages 12 and under."