Cheetos was introduced in 1948 as Chee-tos.
In the early 1990s, Chester Cheetah's image was added to the packaging. This logo was reintroduced for a limited time in 2011 for the "crunchy" and "puffs" Cheetos.
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1998–2001 (North America), 1998–2012 (international)
In 1998, Chee-tos changed its name into Cheetos in North America. A yellow version of this logo was still used until 2012 in other countries such as Indonesia.
2001–present (North America/international), 2012–2021 (Indonesia)
In 2001, Cheetos unveiled a new logo in North America. This logo began to be used in Indonesia from late 2012 until August 2021 when Indofood acquired PepsiCo shares of Indofood Fritolay Makmur along with the end of their partnership, which caused the Cheetos brand in Indonesia to cease production for 3 years as then-current Cheetos was integrated into Chiki brand.
In early 2010, this logo started to be printed on Russian packaging.
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