How to Navigate the Taco Bell Menu
Meniu taco bell is celebrating National Taco Day with some big news: It’s bringing back the Taco Lover’s Pass for two days only and debuting a new breakfast taco. In addition, it’s also releasing a new Power Menu Bowl and has a whole lot more planned for the rest of the month.
In the past, we’ve seen Taco Bell make some pretty outrageous claims about its food. That’s why it’s always good to keep a healthy diet in mind when visiting a fast-food restaurant. We spoke with registered dietitians to get their advice on how to best navigate the Taco Bell menu. Read on for their tips and tricks to help you “live mas” and stay healthy at the same time.
Exploring Taco Bell’s Irresistible Menu: A Guide for Taco Lovers
While Taco Bell is renowned for its vegetarian offerings in the U.S., it is not so in Japan. The Japanese menu has few vegetarian options — if any — and only offers a side salad. Beans aren’t as common in Japanese cuisine, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the chain doesn’t offer any vegetarian versions of its popular burritos and Crunchwraps in the country.
Taco Bell is also known for claiming that its dishes are filling and have a lot of protein. But a New York man has filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that the restaurant overstates the amount of meat in its Mexican Pizza and Crunchwrap Supreme by at least double. The case could set a precedent that would require restaurants to disclose how much meat and cheese are in their products.