IRVINE Calif. Taco Bell said it intends to outfit 2,600 more units with a “Grill-to-Order” cooking station that could save each store as much as $5,900 annually in energy costs. The new equipment package, which is already in place at 3,000 stores, also delivers “a temperature improvement of products containing grilled tortillas and flatbread,” according to the Yum! Brands Inc. holding. The company did not say what new products could be introduced systemwide as a result of completing ...
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