On a mission to change your breakfast plans, Taco Bell is also testing delivery and expanding a catering test program.
Once the fast food company gets a handle on the details, they expect to bring their food to your door sometime this year.
Details on how delivery might work are not yet available, but Taco Bell CEO Brian Niccol said some form of delivery will be in test by late this year in an interview with Nation's Restaurant News.
“Even though it's the No. 1 request from consumers, we have to make sure we can give them an experience that's consistent with Taco Bell, and that's what we're working through,” he said. “We have to figure it out, and I can tell you right now we don't have it figured out.”
Adding to the possibility of delivery, Taco Bell will also rollout online ordering from desktops and their app.
But the big question may be that elusive question of quality, since delivery adds to the complexity of what customers get as an end product.
With the chain looking to following industry trends, avoiding preservatives, artificial ingredients and using meat raised without antibiotics or hormones, that question becomes even more complex.
Wednesday, August 23 2017 11:49 PM EDT2017-08-24 03:49:44 GMT
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