It’s not exactly the kind of meal most vegetarians dream about, but it’s a valuable step in culinary equality for the meatless nonetheless: Taco Bell has just announced a certified vegetarian menu.
Is an announcement that Pizza Hut, Taco Bell artificial ingredients will be replaced with “natural alternatives” by the end of 2015 meaningful or just hype?
With both diet and regular soda sales slumping, it’s no surprise that Pepsico is looking at ways to capitalize on its other offerings. And it appears that its Frito-Lay division’s Doritos snacks may be the next terrible food trends. And it’s not one of the healthy restaurant trends that Mary talked about last month.
Taco Bell announced that it will no longer sell kids meals. It’s the first national fast food restaurant to do so.
Twenty-six people have fallen ill after eating E. coli contaminated lettuce at Taco Bell and Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants in Canada. At the same time, chicken served at Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets in China is being investigated for high levels of antibiotics.
There’s been a huge buzz about Taco Bell’s “beef” and how little there actually is in their tacos. The problem no one seems to be talking about, and what I think the real issue is with Taco Bell and almost all fast food meat, is where that meat comes from.
A California woman is suing Taco Bell for false advertising. The claim? There’s too little “beef” in Taco Bell’s products for the company to label their products as such.