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Taco Bell Testing Vegetarian Menu


Big changes are coming to Taco Bell with its New Years “Commitments” list. The fast-food chain’s goals are to discontinue extra-large soda cups, a pledge to use cage-free eggs and “chicken raised without antibiotics important to human medicine,” and more.

With the change comes new food items. Currently Taco Bell is testing its first dedicated vegetarian and vegan menu. The new in-restaurant menu boards will be a combination of some items that are already on the menu, as well as some new vegetarian and vegan options. This will make it even easier for customers to order meatless meals; currently, the menu offers 38 vegetarian ingredients, and refried pinto beans or black beans can be swapped for meat in most items.

Taco Bell’s other 2019 commitments include:

The removal of synthetic preservative tBHQ from all menu items, a 25 percent total reduction in sodium by 2025, and “continued pursuit of the highest quality ingredients.”

Ensuring that all its beef is sustainable.

Improving recycling efforts, specifically with regard to cups.

A continued commitment to “creating 100,000 new U.S. jobs by 2022.”

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