Taco Bell to debut breakfast Biscuit Taco

by Eric Schroeder
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The new Biscuit Taco is replacing the Waffle Taco on Taco Bell's breakfast menu.

IRVINE, CALIF. — A year after launching its national breakfast platform, Taco Bell is at it again with the debut of the Biscuit Taco. The new item features a buttery biscuit folded in the shape of a taco and filled with sausage, eggs and cheese, or Taco Bell’s new marinated all-white-meat crispy chicken that is breaded in tortilla chips and served with jalapeño honey or country gravy. The new Biscuit Taco is replacing the Waffle Taco on the quick-service chain’s breakfast menu.

“This year is about making sure we continue to give people the food they crave in a way that’s unique to Taco Bell,” said Brian Niccol, chief executive officer of Taco Bell Corp. “Our Biscuit Taco delivers just that; it will reinvent the fast food breakfast experience by moving away from boring, round sandwiches and inserting bold tastes and flavors. Ultimately, we aim to make the breakfast day part as famous as our late night.”

The Biscuit Taco will be offered at participating locations for a suggested retail price of $2.49, in the following options:

• Sausage, egg and cheese (369 calories)

• Bacon, egg and cheese (380 calories)

• Crispy chicken with country gravy (388 calories)

• Crispy chicken with new signature jalapeño honey (471 calories).
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