When Taco Bases shuts down, we can eat Taco Bats for lunch.
Taco Bell, which has been on the brink of bankruptcy since February, is expected to announce a $200 million plan for a new Taco Bowl, but it’s not looking to bring back its beloved T-Bone.
The company announced last week that it’s going to cut its Taco Bell Taco Bowl menu by $25, with most of the savings going to a new menu featuring a burger with cheese, avocado, bacon, and tomatoes.
Taco Bowl will be open until Sept. 1.
Taco bowl has been a staple of the Taco Bell experience for years, and the menu changes are part of the company’s attempts to compete with McDonald’s for the fast-casual market.
The new Taco bowls are expected to be less expensive and feature fewer items, and they’ll likely be more casual-friendly, as well.
But the Taco Bowl remains a favorite among Taco Bell loyalists, and Taco Bell’s parent company, Yum Brands, is planning to keep Taco Bowl on the menu even after the bankruptcy filing.
“It’s a testament to Taco Bell and Yum’s commitment to customer service, and to the loyal Taco Bowl fan base, that we will continue to offer them tacos throughout our Taco Bowl line-up,” said Michael Guggenheim, chief marketing officer of Taco Bell.
“As a Taco Bowl customer, you will still get the same great food and great service we know you will love.”
A Taco Bowl is an upscale taco bowl that is served with chips and cheese, and a Taco Bell spokeswoman said the new Taco bowl will be “slightly more refined” than its previous versions.
Taco bowls will be sold in stores and through online ordering.
But unlike past Taco Bowl meals, the new one will not be available for ordering.
The announcement comes after Taco Bell announced that it was cutting its corporate social responsibility program and would cut its corporate commitment to animal welfare.
Taco Bakes will also be ending its corporate involvement with the Humane Society, but the company is still donating proceeds from sales to the group.
The Humane Society has said that the Taco Baking Company’s actions are “tantamount to cruel and unusual punishment.”
Taco Bowl has been the chain’s signature dish since it was introduced in 1984, and its popularity grew over the years as it became a popular dining option for college students and celebrities.
But since the bankruptcy, the company has struggled to find new revenue.
In May, the chain said that it had lost $2 billion in revenue since 2012, and that it plans to cut back on Taco Bowl in 2017.