Taco Bell fans will soon find some of their favorite items missing from the menu. The taco franchise recently revealed their plans to revamp their menu which includes the removal of nine items and changing up the combos.
You can view all the forthcoming changes below.
The news was revealed via the Taco Bell Twitter and a blog post on the fast-food chain’s website.
Hello, menu upgrade.
— Taco Bell (@tacobell) August 29, 2019
“Have you ever had that moment (or several moments, no judgment) where you just want to chop all your hair off, buy new clothes and get a fresh, new start? Well, we kind of did a thing,” the blog post says.
“With fall on the horizon, we thought this would be a great moment for us to kick off the new season in style. Beginning September 12th, 2019, we’re revamping our menu. Are you ready for this glo-up?”
The menu changes involve the removal of nine items while updating the combo options.
“Look, we get it,” the Taco Bell blog adds. “We all have our go-to order and change can be hard. But sometimes it’s good to get outside of your comfort zone and spice things up a bit. So the next time you go to Taco Bell®, we hope it’s easier for you to find something new. If not, just close your eyes and say, ‘give me whatever a Combo #5 is now.’”
The items being removed from the menu include:
- Beefy Mini Quesadilla
- Chips & Salsa
- Chipotle Chicken Loaded Griller
- Double Decker® Taco
- Cool Ranch & Fiery Doritos® Locos Tacos
- Double Tostada
- Power Menu Burrito
- XXL Grilled Stuft Burrito
Fortunately, it looks like there may be a slight loophole regarding these changes as All-American Rejects guitarist Mike Kennerty points out.
Hey, @tacobell. You can say you’re getting rid of the Double Decker Taco, but all the ingredients are still there. So motherfuckers will still be making me Double Decker Tacos! Nice try… —Signed, a former shift manager 1997-1999.
— Mike Kennerty (@mikeaar) September 2, 2019
The menu is slated to change September 12. You can view the updated combo options here.
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