Chain aims to cut sodium across menu by 23 percent
Taco Bell has been quietly testing a reduced-sodium version of its menu at 150 units in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for the past two months, the chain's president said Tuesday. Greg Creed, president and chief concept officer of the Yum! Brands division, offered details of the initiative after receiving the Legacy Award during the People Report Best Practices Conference, a human resources gathering in Addison, Texas. “One of our initiatives has been to reduce the sodium content of food ...
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