The widely publicized lawsuit that raised questions about Taco Bell’s beef has been dropped, the chain said late Monday. Amanda Obney filed the lawsuit in January charging that Taco Bell’s seasoned beef contained fillers and extenders and was falsely advertised as beef. W. Daniel “Dee” Miles III, an attorney with Montgomery, Ala.-based Beasley Allen Crow Methvin Portis & Miles P.C., who represented Obney, said they had met with Taco Bell officials over the past ...
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