Say what you want about Taco Bell, but there's no denying that they are one of the healthiest food chains in the country. With fast food giants like Burger King and McDonald's only now promising to create more sustainable supply chains for their ingredients, Taco Bell has been ahead of the curve all along. Now, in an unprecedented move, the Tex-Mex chain is releasing a direct competitor to all of the fast food burger joints out there: Nacho Fries.
Rumors about Nacho Fries swept through the fast food world in the fall of 2017, as a few locations quietly tested the fries coated in a bold Mexican seasoning and served alongside warm Nacho Cheese. While the reviews were stellar across the board, the Nacho Fries' debut also brought one thing we were not expecting in the least. Starting January 25, 2018, you can now find Nacho Fries in restaurants nationwide for only $1.
Whether it's direct competitor move against McDonald's newly-updated dollar menu ($1, $2, $3) or Taco Bell decided to add one more dollar item to their list, all that matters is that customers won't shell out an absurd price for this tasty-sounding addition.
Here's the breakdown of the well-seasoned fries. For a limited time, they'll be available a la carte for $1.
They'll also be served Supreme for $2.49 or Bell Grande for $3.49, meaning they'll be topped with "classic Taco Bell add-ons, including beef, Pico de Gallo, nacho cheese, and sour cream," according o the release.
You can also find them in a $5 Box that includes the fries, a Doritos Locos Taco, a Cheesy Gordita Crunch, and a Medium Drink. So will you be trying the new Nacho Fries anytime soon? This has to be one of Taco Bell's most-anticipated menu items.