Berry Global Group, Inc. (NYSE: BERY) and Taco Bell are making strides toward a more circular approach to sustainable packaging with the launch of a new clear, all-plastic cup containing mechanically recycled post-consumer resin (PCR).
As one of Taco Bell’s first 100 franchisees, Margaret Jones paved the way for women to thrive as leaders of the multi-billion-dollar brand
Imagine this: at 15 years old, you’re about to start high school with your childhood friends, in a town you spent your whole life in. As you’re about to begin, your mom decides to uproot your family and move 140 miles away from Albuquerque, New Mexico to the small town of Gallup – population 14,000. A new restaurant chain had recently hit the market and your mom wanted to jump on the opportunity.
Taco Bell wants to empower restaurant leaders from all backgrounds to become franchisees and is teaming up with University of Louisville to offer a program that unlocks opportunities for restaurant ownership and leadership
IRVINE, Calif., February 1, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Taco Bell asked itself: Shouldn’t the leaders in the Taco Bell system reflect the people who eat and work there? In an effort to break down potential barriers and further diversify its franchise system, Taco Bell announced today that it is rolling out Taco Bell Business School in partnership with University of Louisville: a first-of-its-kind franchise training program to elevate restaurant leaders as entrepreneurs and break down barriers to franchise ownership.
With TerraCycle®, Taco Bell is now encouraging collection of its iconic sauce packets with an eye towards recycling as it works to address industry packaging waste
IRVINE, Calif., November 2, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Taco Bell is launching a nationwide pilot program with TerraCycle® to divert as many used sauce packets as possible away from landfills and give them new life, following an initial trial earlier this year. This partnership is the beginning and part of a potential industry-wide solution for recycling sauce packets and other single-use food packaging.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 27, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM) today released its annual Global Citizenship & Sustainability Report, highlighting the Company’s strategic investments in socially responsible growth, risk management and sustainable stewardship of its people, food and impact on the planet. Yum! and its KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and The Habit Burger Grill brands made progress in critical areas including climate action, food safety and creating greater equity and opportunity across its system.
They’ve long had a vegetarian menu, have had on- and off- and then on-again flirtations with potatoes, and thereby considering the fast food industry’s overall reputation, Taco Bell locations have long been the plant-based go-to choice for many
Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month is a month-long celebration to recognize those who have paved the way in American history, culture and more. At Taco Bell Corp., we strive to learn more and lean into conversations that build on our passion of driving positive impact within and outside our Taco Bell community.
While many fast food and fast casual companies have been quick to hop aboard the plant-based bandwagon, Taco Bell stood its ground with a stance that vegetarian meant exactly that, as in beans or potatoes.
The ability to recycle sauce packets is very important in achieving Taco Bell's goal of making all consumer-facing packaging recyclable, compostable, or reusable by 2025 in restaurants across the globe.
Taco Bell knows its fans have more than just a mild obsession with its hot sauce packets, with 8.2 billion sauce packets used in the U.S. each year. They're iconic. But today, they're not recyclable. That's why Taco Bell will be collaborating with international recycling leader TerraCycle later this year to give its sauce packets a spicier second life that doesn't involve a landfill. Taco Bell, no stranger to industry firsts, is the first quick-service restaurant brand to partner with TerraCycle to tackle recycling flexible film packets.