Taco Bell is scheduled to begin rolling out its long-awaited breakfast platform — or “First Meal” — next week in about 750 locations in 10 states, the first wave of what the chain promises will be a year of change and innovation. In addition to the morning daypart rollout next week, the Irvine, Calif.-based quick-service chain is also beginning tests of a new Cantina menu in about 150 stores. The menu includes an upgraded tier of higher quality options developed with ...
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