What does this mean? Why am I so frustrated with Taco Bell's latest announcement considering I never eat at Taco Bell? Let's not read into but Taco Bell is making their menu smaller.

The famous Tex-Mex brand of Mexican food that I'm sure we all have stories about is cutting down the menu to open up for new items. Don't worry, You have until August 13, 2020, to binge your favorites that are going away forever.

Taco Bell is promising a more, "efficient Taco Bell experience" with these new moves. I read through the announcement and it looks like Taco Bell is doing what a lot of businesses are doing, adapting to change. Just blame ourselves. We don't eat the same and our purchasing is changing. This is becoming noticeable and we're beginning to see the change just like this.

Since the start of COVID, we've made changes at the restaurant level with the safety of our Team Members and guests as our top priority, but we didn't just stop there. Our new normal has also transformed the way we look at innovation and product testing at our global headquareters. Our teams have shifted from in-person focus groups to contactless drive-thru tastings.

Taco Bell isn't the first and won't be the last. So, let's get to it. What can't you buy at Taco Bell coming soon.

  • Grilled Steak Soft Taco
  • 7-Layer Burrito
  • Nachos Supreme
  • Beefy Fritos Burrito
  • Spicy Tostada
  • Triple Layer Nachos
  • Spicy Potato Soft Taco
  • Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes
  • Loaded Grillers
  • Chips & Dips
  • Mini Skillet Bowl

Here's what's coming

  1. $5 Grande Nachos Box
  2. Beef Burrito
  3. Quesarito
  4. Customization (helpful for vegetarian and other replacement items)


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