Potato-based food comeback will be available in March.
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Taco bell is bringing back its potato-based foods after taking them off the menu last year.
The company announced that its famous Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes and the Spicy Potato Soft Taco will return to the menu permanently from March 11th.
Both of these options were eliminated last summer to simplify the menu options at Taco Bell restaurants. Now that carbohydrate fans are back, they can be happier.
He Spicy Potato Soft Taco it will cost only $ 1 dollar and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes $ 1.49 at participating restaurants. Taco Bell informed that you can exchange the meat for potatoes or beans in any of the dishes on the menu that the company has.
We got SO excited about our potato announcement, we forgot to make sure everyone could understand him. Captioned spud HERE… 💜🥔 pic.twitter.com/sYk4PVBGwW
– Taco Bell (@tacobell) January 14, 2021
Related: KFC will sell plant-based “fried chicken” in 50 California cities.
Taco Bell also announced that will enhance your vegetarian options joining Beyond Meat to create a new plant-based protein that will be tested in some of our foods over the next year.
It’s not yet clear what the menu changes will be, but it would be the first time the company will use plant-based meat in the United States.
Other companies like KFC and Burger King have a variety of products made with the “meat” Beyond Meat, the same that Starbucks uses to make its first plant-based sandwich.
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