There are some new additions. Taco Bell’s $5 Grande Nachos Box includes a layer of tortilla chips, double seasoned beef, refried beans, nacho cheese sauce, three-cheese blend, pico de gallo, guacamole, and reduced-fat sour cream. It comes with a medium drink and is running for a limited time.
The Beef Burrito is a new permanent addition to Taco Bell’s Carvings Value Menu.
As noted above, Taco Bell’s quesarito will still be available for digital orders.
Taco Bell’s news comes after an employee on Reddit hinted earlier in the week some products were on the verge of being removed.
Other chains, like McDonald’s, have scaled back to help operators. The burger brand pared down offerings and pulled its all-day breakfast menu. IHOP shrunk its menu from 12 to two pages. Church’s Chicken also approved limited menus so operators could focus on executing new safety protocols.
Taco Bell last enacted major menu changes in September 2019. It rolled a broad revamp aimed at improving speed of service and simplifying the ordering process. The company called the changes “our version of decluttering a closet.” It removed some items and updated offerings with an assortment that included best-sellers and refreshed combo options. Notably, Taco Bell cut its list of nearly 20 combos in half to put the spotlight on iconic choices.