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Taco Bell Introduces Certified-Vegetarian Menu

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Thirteen menu items and 35 individual ingredients from Taco Bell have been certified by the American Vegetarian Association

“At Taco Bell, vegetarians are not an afterthought,” CEO Brian Niccol said in a statement.

Taco Bell, a longtime haven for vegetarian fast food junkies — black bean burrito, anyone? — has cemented its role as a go-to restaurant for non-meat eaters with the certification of a number of its popular menu items as vegetarian options, courtesy of the American Vegetarian Association (AVA).

According to a press release, the company is the first QSR, or quick-service restaurant (otherwise known as a fast food restaurant), to offer an AVA-certified menu.

The 13-item menu, which includes the seven-layer burrito, the cheesy bean and rice burrito, and the cantina power veggie bowl, is meant to let vegetarians know that Taco Bell is watching out for them, too.

“At Taco Bell, vegetarians are not an afterthought,” CEO Brian Niccol said in a statement. “We sell more than 350 million vegetarian menu items each year, but until now haven’t been vocal about it.”

In addition to the 13 menu items, vegetarians are encouraged to create their own Taco Bell creations with a list of 35 AVA-certified ingredients, 26 of which are also vegan.

“We get it – being a vegetarian can be tough when you go out to eat,” said Niccol. “We’re proud to treat meat lovers and vegetarians equally.”


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

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Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

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Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Taco Bell Launches “Veggie Mode” to Promote Meatless Options

On March 12, fast-food chain Taco Bell will allow customers to go into &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo while placing orders at its kiosks at participating locations nationwide. Kiosks are now programmed with a one-swipe &ldquoVeggie Mode&rdquo button that transforms the Taco Bell ordering menu to display only its nearly 50 American Vegetarian Association (AVA)-certified options (which now include additional options such as fried potato bites and hashbrowns), many of which users can further customize to be fully vegan. &ldquoWe’ve been doing vegetarian for a long time, but that is not enough for us. People should be given more options than one plant-based choice,” Missy Schaaphok, RDN, Taco Bell Global Nutrition & Sustainability Manager, said. “At Taco Bell, celebrating vegetarian is more than just a trend, it is something we do every day of the week. With Veggie Mode, we are proud to make it even easier to order plant-based options that vegetarians and non-vegetarians can agree are delicious.” In recent years, Taco Bell has pushed its vegetarian and vegan options to the forefront to be in line with current consumer trends. In 2016, the chain launched its &ldquoHow to Eat Vegan at Taco Bell&rdquo guide and added a dedicated vegetarian menu board to its more than 7,000 US locations last year to make ordering meatless meals easier. Taco Bell&rsquos new CEO Mark King is currently in talks with plant-based companies, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, with a plan to add vegan meat to the chain&rsquos menu next year.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !