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New Offerings at Taco Bell's

Craving for delicious food has its perks especially when there are new offerings on the menu. To prove this, Taco Bell has come-up with new and mouthwatering Mexican-inspired dishes to quench that food craving.


New offerings are Beef Potato Soft Taco, and Crispy Chicken Potato Soft Taco. Experience something new as you munch on a perfectly warmed soft taco filled with crispy potato bites with a choice of either Mexican-style seasoned beef or crispy breaded chicken strips. Of course, what's a taco without cheese and shredded lettuce.

SRP for Beef Potato Soft Taco starts at P109, and Crispy Chicken Potato Soft Taco at P138 for a la carte orders. Simply add P70 and get a 16oz soda and a serving of Nacho Sprinkles. These new flavors are available from June 22 to July 19, 2021.

There is also the new Crispy Chicken Duo Grillers, available in two mouthwatering flavors that will keep you coming back for more. Bite into crispy breaded chicken strips that has a a dollop of special sauce- Hickory BBQ and Creamy Garlic- all wrapped in a soft, warm tortilla wrap.

The grillers are priced at P149 for a la carte, or add P70 if you want it with soda and nacho sprinkles. These are available from July 20 to August 16, 2021.


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