Taco Bell is working on improving the nutritional quality of menu options, saying that the tastes and needs of customers are evolving. Without offering specifics, the Irvine, Calif.-based quick-service chain announced general goals for developing more meal options that meet recommended nutritional guidelines based on the notion that most customers eat three meals a day — even though Taco Bell is notorious for suggesting a Fourth Meal daypart. RELATED • Taco Bell to ...
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