Original Design

The original design of Taco Bell restaurants. Second design of Taco Bell restaurants. This, in Santa Cruz, California. Current design of Taco Bell restaurants. Taco Bell Plaza Bella Escobedo NL First Franchise in Mexico. The founder of Taco Bell, Glen Bell, started with a hot dog stand in San Bernardino, California in 1946. After experimenting with alternative meals, opened three Taco-Tia posts between 1954 and 1955, later sold to his partners. Then he opened the first Taco Bell in Downey, California on March 21, 1962. The first Taco Bell franchise was sold in 1964 and the company was started in 1969. In 1978, Bell sold the chain to PepsiCo. The chain was growing along with other fast-food restaurants as Tricon Global Restaurants Pepsi in October 1997. Tricon became Yum! Brands, Inc. in May 2002. In early 1990, Taco Bell has changed its menu due to pressures related to the nutritional value of dishes called “light” (lit. “lite”).It was believed that the term was vague or possibly slightly misleading. Many of the dishes were removed entirely from the menu, one of them was the “Taco Lite”, a fried flour tortilla with meat, cream soup, lettuce, cheese and tomato. Some dishes were altered to change the nutritional values, eg the removal of black olives from the list of ingredients in an effort to reduce sodium levels. On April 1, 1996, Taco Bell released a full-page ad in The New York Times announcing that they had bought the Liberty Bell (the Liberty Bell) to “reduce the national debt” and renamed as “Taco Bell Freedom “(the Taco Liberty Bell). Thousands of people were unaware of the joke Fools Day protest.After a failure in 1992, in 2007, Taco Bell returns to Mexico, reaching Plaza Bella shopping center in the municipality of General Escobedo, under construction in addition to its second branch in the municipality of San Nicolas de los Garza, both branches within the metropolitan area of Monterrey, Nuevo Le n. After a test of two years, the General Director of Yum! Restaurants International Mexico announced in a memo, closing the operations of the mark in the country by December 2009.

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