Archive for the ‘Taco Bell’ Category

Southern California McDonald’s Becomes Latest LEED-certified Restaurant

January 17, 2012
McDonald's of Southern California LEED Certification

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Last week, the U.S. Green Building Council awarded LEED Gold certification to a Riverside, California McDonald’s, making it the fourth of the chain’s locations to earn such an honor from the non-profit trade organization.


Mexican “Street Tacos” Appear at Taco Bell

August 2, 2010
Taco Bell Cantina Tacos

Image courtesy Taco Bell Corp.

Cantina Tacos debut at Taco Bell locations today, marking the chain’s first true attempt to recreate authentic Mexican cuisine.


Taco Bell Brings “Fresco” Menu Items to Drive-Thru

December 29, 2009
Taco Bell Drive-Thru Diet Menu

Image Courtesy Taco Bell Corp.

Taco Bell has launched its new advertising campaign, the first for its Fresco menu options.

In addition to the restaurant’s regular menu board, drive-thru customers will now also encounter the “Drive-Thru Diet Menu,” as announced in a press release.  The menu highlights seven items that all consist of nine grams of fat or less.  This group of tacos and burritos all come with Taco Bell’s exclusive blend of diced tomatoes, white onions, and cilantro — Fiesta Salsa — in place of cheese and taco sauce.


Men’s Health Puts Together Five Cheap and Healthy Lunches

December 18, 2009
Eat This, Not That!

Image courtesy Men's Health

As part of their Eat This, Not That! feature, the editors at Men’s Health have compiled five lunches they claim are the best way to enjoy a fast food lunch that is both healthy and cheap.

Using an article from the print edition published earlier in the year, the magazine’s website suggests a combination of a side order, main entrée, and drink from five different quick-serve eateries in the United States, as well as lists an alternative lunch that’s comparably cheap, but drastically higher in either calories, grams of fat, or sodium.

The cheapest lunch suggested can be found at Taco Bell for $2.10.  Probably not surprisingly, the meal lowest in calories can be bought at Subway — a footlong, Oven Roasted Chicken Sandwich with yogurt and water totalling 405 calories.

All five meals can be found after the jump.