PLANO, Tex. — Frito-Lay announced this morning that it had commenced paying a ten percent tithe to the Seventh-day Adventist Church on net revenue from sales of its popular Fritos corn chips.
The decision came in what Frito-Lay spokesperson Ventist Stahpl described as “a long-overdue vote of thanks recognizing a religiously faithful customer base that has stocked its fellowship halls and member pantries with our product for decades.”
The decision was welcomed by General Conference Treasury spokesperson Stew R. Ship at a morning press conference. A half-eaten Oatmeal Creme Pie by his side, Ship said that the Frito-Lay tithing decision was a “step in the right direction” while stressing that it would be years before Frito-Lay would wield the political influence Little Debbie enjoys at the General Conference.
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