Taco Bell Getting Rid Of 11 Items On Its Menu
Taco Bell's menu is getting an overhaul and a decent amount of fan favorites are coming off of the menu, but a few new items will be added.
On Friday, July 17th, Taco Bell announced that they are going to be "simplifying" and "clear space" on their menu. In their press release, Taco Bell said that starting August 13th, they will be removing 11 different items from their menu. The fast food restaurant said,
This evolved menu approach comes after months of analyzing the new way we are running our restaurants. We want to ensure an easy and fast ordering experience for our guests and team members, while simultaneously opening up opportunities for even more innovation.
Taco Bell continued to say that since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, they have made changes for the safety of their employees and customers, but wanted to continue with the changing of their menu. Their new simplified menu will have what they hope are new fan favorites, new items to add to categories like plant-based diets, and chances to bring back "classic items" for a limited time.
Below is the list of items that will be coming off the Taco Bell menu August 13th.
- 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 (Cheesy Potato, Beefy Nacho)
- Chips & Dips
- Mini Skillet Bowl
While 11 items are coming off, Taco Bell did say a few new items will be added, they do have some new additions coming to their menu:
- $5 Grande Nachos Box: Includes a layer of tortilla chips, a double serving of seasoned beef, refried beans, nacho cheese sauce, three-cheese blend, pico de gallo, guacamole and reduced-fat sour cream. The box, which comes complete with a medium drink, is returning for a limited time and is available for pick-up, delivery, and in their app.
- Beef Burrito: A new permanent addition to their Cravings Value Menu.
- Quesarito:The Quesarito is not on the menuboards, but the Quesarito can be ordered digitally via their website or app.
Taco Bell also touched on how items can be customized for a vegetarian diet. For more information on that and items coming off of their menu, head to their website.