Taco Bell removing menu items like Nachos Supreme, 7-layer Burrito, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic


Taco Bell says it is simplifying its menu, which means the fast food chain is revamping the menu by removing items like the 7-Layer Burrito and Nachos Supreme due to the impact of COVID-19.”We are freeing up space on our menu to create a more efficient Taco Bell experience,” said Taco Bell in its news release on Friday.

The company said the changes were necessary to make orders faster, safer, and easier for customers and team members. “Since the onset of COVID, we have made changes at the restaurant level with the safety of our team members and guests as our top priority,” Taco Bell said. “And while change is difficult, a streamlined menu and process of innovation will leave room for new fan favorites, continued advancements in categories such as plant-based diets, and even opportunities for the comeback.” of some classics on a limited time basis.

Starting August 13, Taco Bell is pulling back some of its old favorites: 7-layer burrito, supreme nachos, moist grilled steak tacos, fried beef burrito, spicy tostada, triple layer nachos, moist spicy potato tacos, potatoes. Fiesta cheese earth, loaded grills (Cheese potatoes, beef nacho), Chips & Dips, and the Mini Skillet Bowl.

Taco Bell said there would be new additions, including a $ 5 Grande Nachos Box, a $ 1 Beef Burrito and Quesarito (which can only be ordered through the website or app).

“In the meantime, we encourage fans to pick up (retired) menu items over the next few weeks before discovering new favorites,” Taco Bell said.

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