Taco Bell is testing a vegetarian taco with its own plant-based filling

A couple of years ago, when other fast food chains started partnering with companies such as Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods on plant-based alternatives to beef, Taco Bell held back.

But now the Irvine-based fast food giant is making its move.

Taco Bell is testing an item called the Cravetarian Taco with a proprietary filling that’s a blend of peas and chickpeas. It was created by Taco Bell’s chefs to have the taste, look and texture of its ground beef filling.

The taco is available for $2.19 at one Southern California restaurant in Tustin through April 29, or while supplies last, according to a news release. The address is 14042

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