Nope, me either.
Here is a listing of what is in their "Ground Beef" that's really called "Taco Meat Filling." Personally, I'm just relieved that there isn't any horse...
Beef, water, isolated oat product, salt, chili pepper, onion powder, tomato powder, oats (wheat), soy lecithin, sugar, spices, maltodextrin (a polysaccharide that is absorbed as glucose), soybean oil (anti-dusting agent), garlic powder, autolyzed yeast extract, citric acid, caramel color, cocoa powder, silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent), natural flavors, yeast, modified corn starch, natural smoke flavor, salt, sodium phosphate, less than 2% of beef broth, potassium phosphate, and potassium lactateHow's that for a list? Nothing says yummy taco like "autolyzed yeast extract."
Hit the jump for Taco Bell's response:
This all came about by a class-action lawsuit that doesn't ask for any money -- just for truth in advertising.
Here's Taco Bell's response.
TACO BELL STATEMENT REGARDING CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT
'At Taco Bell, we buy our beef from the same trusted brands you find in the supermarket, like Tyson Foods. We start with 100 percent USDA-inspected beef. Then we simmer it in our proprietary blend of seasonings and spices to give our seasoned beef its signature Taco Bell taste and texture. We are proud of the quality of our beef and identify all the seasoning and spice ingredients on our website. Unfortunately, the lawyers in this case elected to sue first and ask questions later — and got their "facts" absolutely wrong. We plan to take legal action for the false statements being made about our food.'
President and Chief Concept Officer
Taco Bell Corp
So, what do you think? Is this news? Will you still be eating at Taco Bell?
Thanks to Gizmodo for the list. http://gizmodo.com/5742413/this-is-what-really-hides-in-taco-bells-beef
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