Sep 2, 2011

News: Taco Bell - New Bacon Ranch Flatbread Sandwich

Taco Bell returns the Chicken Flatbread Sandwich as well as a new variant, the Bacon Ranch Flatbread Sandwich. Where the original formula consisted of marinated white-meat chicken, melted 3-cheese blend (mozzarella, cheddar, and pepper jack), and spicy chipotle sauce folded in a warm, soft square of flatbread, the Bacon Ranch version replaces the chipotle sauce with a bacon ranch sauce (surprise... I know).

Both of versions are only 99 cents.

Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Bacon Ranch Flatbread Sandwich (109g)
Calories - 300 (from Fat - 70)
Fat - 16g (Saturated Fat - 3.5g)
Sodium - 620mg
Carbs - 23g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 16g

1 comment:

  1. And the tidal wave of new offerings from that various fast-food joints in the continued effort to garner an increased market share and induce consumers confronting a seemingly never-ending uncertain economic future to spend in an economy facing continuous inflation AND ever-rising REAL unemployment and under-employment rates (do not believe the froth spewing upper-class and their politician lackeys at those FAKE supposed actual unemployment rates far below the actual rates) amidst a continued legal immigration rate of a MILLION yearly when the USA economy can not create enough jobs fpr those within the USA already here.

    Wow... that was a long sentence yet it barely covers the MANY economic horrors confronting us mere lowly commoners... the folks whose expenditures fuel fully 75 percent or more of today's service sector-based economy.

    Factor in the growing number of homeless and those engaged in vehicle dwelling with either no or limited access to cooking facilities and the demand for "cheap eats" are sure to increase.

    In some ways economic conditions may be a treasure trove of fast-food offerings at the lower price range AND, to reach out and hopefully grab more of the ever-smaller economic pie where the non-defined but constantly mentioned by the politician lackey politician figurehead lap-dog politicians of the ruling elites and corporate USA "middle class" who opt for dining outside the home increased offerings in an attempt to keep the wealth flowing into fast-food coffers.

    I still believe that a back-to-basics fast-food joint with a minimal menu and maximized efforts to minimize overhead thus allowing the lowest possible prices could be a money-maker.

    KISS (if unaware of that acronym, look it up).

    Require the smallest possible number of employees.

    Low-cost outlets.

    Use math, alorithms, etc. to determine if a drive-through is necessary (it may be to obtain enough sales... but shun if possible).

    Hop to it entrepreneurs!!!!


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