American Vegetarian Association certified Vegetarian food items, are lacto-ovo, allowing consumption of dairy and eggs but not animal byproducts. We may use the same frying oil to prepare menu items that could contain meat. Vegetarian and meat ingredients are handled in common, and cross contact may occur, which may not be acceptable to certain types of vegetarian diets. Neither Taco Bell®, our employees, nor our franchisees nor the AVA assume any responsibility for such cross contact.
What’s New at Taco Bell®?
Try Taco Bell® new menu items available near you
At Taco Bell® we know you have your go-to favorite orders, but everyone could use something new every now and again. We are constantly working to improve our menu to bring our fans more flavors, more options, and more fun. With our team of innovative food artists (and they are artists), we are always looking for the next best thing to make your taste buds fall even deeper in love. With new Tacos, Nachos, Sweets, and more great additions, our new items are about to become your favorites and you better get them while they last. So when you’re craving something a little different, check out the Taco Bell® new menu items to find options so delicious, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without them.
Make sure to check back often as all new menu items are available for a limited time. Order new menu items now and skip our line at your local Taco Bell®restaurant.
Prices and items may vary at participating locations and with substitutions. Tax Extra.
Warning: indicates that the sodium (salt) content of this item is higher than the total daily recommended limit (2,300 mg). High sodium intake can increase blood pressure and risk of heart disease and stroke.
: Sodium content higher than daily recommended limit (2,300 mg). High sodium intake can increase blood pressure and risk of heart disease and stroke.