Taco Bell and Xbox have worked together since the launch of the original Xbox back in 2001. You don't need a pile of statistics to understand why: Gamers and fast food fans just feel like a natural fit—if only because it's hard to cook when both your hands are occupied with a controller.
Sadly for Taco Bell diehards, room reservations for the chain's five-night-only pop-up hotel in August were all snatched up in just two minutes. So for some back-to-schoolers, their tales of "what I did this summer" won't be as taco-fueled as they may have hoped. But Taco Bell wants to make sure you still look good, even while you bore all your classmates.
In 2017, mounting pressure led a number of major brands — from fast food chains like McDonald’s to suppliers like Tyson — to end the use of antibiotics that are considered important for humans in their chicken supplies, a move seen as a significant step towards slowing the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
The year is 2019. Feral millennials facing the hunger pangs of a mild buzz caused by the consumption of a responsible amount of hard seltzer roam the city streets in search of any Taco Bell selling menu items made with tortillas, lest they have to face the horrible alternative: ordering from any of the dozens of other restaurants available on Postmates.
Vacations are usually time to indulge in a few of the finer things in life, but inevitably if you’re flying, driving, or taking a bus or train to get where you’re going, they also involve some kind of quick-service restaurants along the way.