Del Taco will introduce a revamped menu Wednesday with new, bolder-flavored items and more variety at value prices. The effort is the second phase of an ongoing rebranding at the Lake Forest, Calif.-based quick-service chain. The brand relaunch began in late 2011 with a remodeling program to refresh existing locations in the 550-unit chain, many of which hadn’t been touched in two decades. The first priority was upgrading facilities and beefing up operations to improve the ...

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