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Time To Never Share Your Fries: Taco Bell Is FINALLY Back With Nacho Fries!

Time To Never Share Your Fries: Taco Bell Is FINALLY Back With Nacho Fries!

If you want to go all in and get messier and dirtier while you have a completely delicious meal, then Taco Bell also has a Supreme and Bell Grande versions that add beef, diced tomatoes, and reduced-fat sour cream. 

This is not a drill. I repeat this is not a drill. Taco Bell is back with its 'Nacho Fries'. Just imagine- crispy warm potatoes with Mexican seasoning and oodles of cheese - isn't it making you drool? The crowd favorite is returning, but only for a limited time. From June 6, the popular snack is returning to participating locations across the country, so be sure to not miss out! If you want to go all in and get messier and dirtier, while you have a completely delicious meal, then Taco Bell also has Supreme and Bell Grande versions that add beef, diced tomatoes, and reduced-fat sour cream. 



 

Don't worry about the calorie count. The sour cream on top of the fried potatoes and the cheesy goodness is said to be reduced fat. The price range typically is from $1.29 to $3.49, but it may vary, depending on the variety. Taco Bell has always been an integral part of our fast food diet, but have you ever wondered where it all began and how it started, and how it got to this level?



 

Glen Bell. The man who put the 'Bell' in Taco Bell.  While he didn’t invent the taco, he did play a large role in bringing the delicious, crunchy, cheese-filled taco that you know and love straight to the mouths of the masses. According to the blog, Glen first sold tacos at a restaurant that initially sold hamburgers and hotdogs. He knew there was something special about tacos. He knew he had to make the taco go from production to the first bite within minutes, so he created a very efficient assembly line. 



 

Glen initially began to serve tacos at a taco stand called Taco Tia, before he created Taco Bell in Downey, California. Glen not only served the world delicious tacos but also entered the Marine Corps to serve during World War II. After three years in the South Pacific, he was honorably discharged in 1946.  But, he was set to have fame follow him, as his Taco Tia located in Redlands was always booming with celebrities and athletes.



 

And, why not? Glen always knew how to throw a great party. Glen embodied the “work hard, play hard” mentality during the early days of Taco Bell. His favorite kind of party? A grand opening, of course. He was known to throw really extravagant parties, so great and lavish that they were usually compared to world fairs. Glen would pull out all the stops to make sure it was a party to remember including spotlights, bands, dancers, free hats – you name it. He was often caught scaling the roofs of his buildings to make sure the balloons were in the right position.



 

Did you know that Glen Bell initially planned on opening a mini-golf course? Before Taco Bell was even on his mind, Glen dreamt of one thing: mini golf.  Even though that did not happen, today, Taco Bell has more than 7,000 restaurants, accounting for more than 220,000 jobs and serves billions of people worldwide, which all started with Glen’s dream, says the official website. So, to relive the history of Glen Bell while you dig into a plate of nacho fries, head over to your nearest Taco Bell!



 

 

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