Taco Bell today announced that it will support the July 5 launch of its new industry-changing Cantina Bell menu--created by chef Lorena Garcia, who was featured on NBC's "American's Next Great Restaurant" and will appear on the new season of Bravo's "Top Chef Masters"--by offering a buy-one-get-one-free promotion from July 5-7 on the brand's Facebook page.
Taco Bell will bring gourmet inspired bowls and burritos with its new Cantina Bell menu, an industry-changing partnership with chef Lorena Garcia that launches nationwide Thursday, July 5.
The expanded menu, with suggested prices fewer than $5, delivers extraordinary value, incredible convenience, accessibility, and is inspired by Garcia’s passion for flavor and great taste.
The Taco Bell Foundation for Teens’ Graduate to Go initiative is inviting Americans to like, share, or tweet to help at-risk teens graduate high school. In return, Taco Bell will give up to $1 million to Graduate to Go to support teen-serving organizations.
The $1 million gift represents the more than 1 million students that drop out of high school each year.
Taco Bell’s food innovation experts are at it again. This time, they’ve found a way to put nachos into a burrito.
On May 23, Taco Bell will launch the Beefy Nacho Burrito for 99¢, featuring seasoned beef, warm nacho cheese, cool sour cream, and Taco Bell’s new Queso Strips, all wrapped in a warm flour tortilla.
Like a plate of nachos, the Queso-seasoned strips are layered into this 6.7-ounce burrito, giving customers supreme texture while packing flavor to keep every fan’s summer delicious.
The photos are the first thing people notice when they walk into David Novak’s office.
Hundreds of pictures cover the walls and even the ceiling. They show Novak, Yum! Brands Inc.’s chairman and CEO, with smiling restaurant managers, office staffers, and other employees honored for noteworthy achievement.
The winners get more than just a picture. They also win cash and the Yum! Award, a set of plastic smiling teeth with legs, denoting they “walk the talk” of leadership.
Since 1998 researchers across the country have undertaken thousands of drive-thru mystery shops each year with one goal in mind: to establish how quick-service restaurant chains are performing in the all-important drive-thru operation. It’s now that time of year again, as research for the study, which is produced by QSR magazine and Insula Research, begins in May.
Tacala LLC is pleased to announce the acquisition of 34 Taco Bell locations in the St. Louis DMA and two in the Knoxville DMA from Taco Bell Corp. on Wednesday, March 21. This transaction comes four weeks after the purchase of 27 St. Louis Taco Bell locations from GenXMex Foods, Inc. giving Tacala significant presence in the St. Louis market.
These two transactions are Tacala’s first foray outside of the Southeast, and St. Louis has quickly become Tacala’s biggest market with ownership of 61 Taco Bell locations.
Quiznos, one of the nation’s premier quick-service restaurant chains and pioneer of the toasted sandwich, announced it has named Harsha V. Agadi as executive chairman of its Board of Managers.
Originally from Mumbai, India, Agadi brings more than 25 years’ experience with foodservice companies to the position, having worked with Domino’s Pizza, Pepsi, Kraft, General Foods, Little Caesars Enterprises, Church’s Chicken, and most recently, Friendly’s Ice Cream Company.
With more than half of Yum! Brands' profits now derived from stores in 73 emerging countries outside the U.S., Yum CEO David Novak said the company sees global growth as one of its biggest opportunities in 2012.
Novak said that China in particular is “the best restaurant growth opportunity of the 21st Century."
Taco Bell today introduced FirstMeal, a new breakfast menu that offers 11 menu items in 10 Western states, including California, Arizona, and Colorado.
Featuring some of America’s favorite breakfast brands such as Johnsonville, Cinnabon, Tropicana, and Seattle’s Best Coffee, individual items will range from 99 cents (sausage or bacon and egg burrito) to $2.79 (Grande Skillet Burrito).
Participating restaurants will open their doors and drive-thrus one hour earlier. For most locations, that means 8 or 9 a.m., with breakfast ending at 11 a.m. local time.