IRVINE, CALIF. —Looking to reduce unit-level energy costs by as much as $5,900 annually, Taco Bell said it would expand the use of a Grill-to-Order cooking station already in place at 3,000 stores to an additional 2,600 units. The new equipment package also delivers “a temperature improvement of products containing grilled tortillas and flat bread,” according to the chain, which is owned by Louisville, Ky.-based Yum! Brands Inc. —Looking to reduce unit-level ...
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