Did Taco Bell get rid of shredded chicken?
Taco Bell has broken many hearts this year by cutting some long-standing fan-favorite items from their menu. … Besides the pizza, the chain said they will also be getting rid of items with shredded chicken—including the Shredded Chicken Soft Taco, Shredded Chicken Burrito, and Shredded Chicken Quesadilla Melt, on Nov. 5.
What has shredded chicken at Taco Bell?
Shredded chicken is found balls in a number of Taco Bell menu items, and is the chicken most likely to be found in items with “Spicy Chicken” in the name, including: Spicy Chicken Soft Taco. Spicy Chicken Burrito. Spicy Chicken Crunchwrap Supreme.
Why did Taco Bell get rid of Pico?
The Irvine-based fast food chain said in a news release on Friday that starting November 5, it is saying goodbye to the Mexican Pizza, Shredded Chicken and Pico de Gallo. The restaurant said the pizza, which is packaged in paperboard, is being removed to help reduce Taco Bell’s carbon footprint.
Is Taco Bell chicken real?
Well, it’s a sandwich AND a taco,” Taco Bell said in a press release, via Fox News, adding, “And it doesn’t have to explain itself to be this delicious.” The sandwich-taco hybrid features all-white meat chicken that’s been breaded in a tortilla chip coating and Jalapeño buttermilk and then fried to crispy perfection.
Why did they discontinue Mexican Pizza?
According to Taco Bell, the item is being removed from its lineup in part because of its environmental impact. The packaging associated with the meal accounts for over seven million pounds of paperboard material per year in the U.S.
Did Taco Bell get rid of Pico?
Beginning November 5, Taco Bell will be dropping Mexican Pizza, pico de gallo and shredded chicken from the menu. Taco Bell assured fans on Thursday that this is the final time this year that it will change its menu, and the removals will “make room for new innovations.”
Did Taco Bell stop serving pico?
Pico De Gallo
If a “Fresco Style” burrito or taco was your go-to order, don’t worry. “Guests can still order Fresco Style, which will soon mean swapping out nacho cheese sauce, shredded cheese, mayo-based sauces, and low-fat sour cream with tomatoes,” the company said in a statement.
Can you still get a Meximelt at Taco Bell?
And according to that Wiki page, the Meximelt has been around for about 30 years. But now it is just gone. No sign of it coming back to feed our need for that delicious mix of cheese and beef. And sure, we could get a soft taco, a burrito, or even a quesadilla, but none of them are quite as perfect as a Meximelt was.