Listen Now: Taco Bell Removing These Fan Favorites On New Menu
Taco Bell is revamping its menu and that includes doing away with some fan favorites.
Beginning August 13th, the fast food chain will be serving a simplified menu designed to speed up the process for customers and employees. But while some items will no longer be offered the company says it is working to replace them and move forward.
In a statement it said that employees have been having virtual brainstorming sessions and making contactless drive-thru visits to see what works and what doesn’t.
So you will no longer be able to order the grilled steak soft taco, 7-layer burrito and nachos supreme. Snacks such as cheesy potatoes, loaded grillers and chips and dips are also gone. Some unusual offerings such as triple layer nachos, the spicy potato soft taco and spicy tostada are also being removed.
To soften the blow, Taco Bell is offering a $5 grande nachos box and a $1 beef burrito. Plus, all the soft tacos, hard tacos and crunch wrap supremes your stomach can handle.
Until then, you better get your fix while there’s still time.
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