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      02-25-2012 11:39 PM #1
      Something amazing that's what!!!



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      It may just be the cure.
      Roughly one year after the sky almost fell in on Taco Bell — amid a since-withdrawn lawsuit that falsely accused the nation's largest Mexican fast-food chain of stuffing its beef with filler — the brand is going on an offensive to turn its 50th anniversary year into one for the fast-food record books.

      USA TODAY was the first media brought inside Taco Bell headquarters and into its secretive test kitchen to observe and taste the breadth of the brand's attempt at self-reinvention. Among the highlights: a slew of new products, including a Chiptole-like Cantina Bell platform; a new breakfast roll-out; a new slogan and brand campaign; and one ultra-simple but culturally cool concept that could finally revive the brand: a line of Doritos Locos Tacos with shells made entirely from — you guessed it — Doritos.

      Get ready to rock, Doritos-heads. You'll soon be able to turn your tongue, fingers and hoodie strings orange by eating at Taco Bell. The national rollout is on March 8, but the buzz has been building for months. A clock on Taco Bell's website is counting down the seconds until launch date of the product that it brags, has "Taco Bell on the inside and Doritos on the outside."
      Wounded brands such as Taco Bell can take years to recover. What the 5,600-unit fast-food behemoth is about to try is almost unprecedented. It's making so many major changes at the same time that next to the wildly successful McDonald's turnaround of the past decade, this could rank as one of fast food's most complex turnaround attempts in decades. Its likelihood of success — or failure — rests on the head of a Doritos chip.

      Two commonly ridiculed "junk" foods — the Doritos chip and the Taco Bell taco — are being rolled into one. In this case, one plus one might not equal two. For Taco Bell, it may equal millions of dollars in incremental sales. The year has hardly begun, but there's already industry chatter about the Doritos-laced taco emerging as one of the nation's top new products this year.
      Take it from new-products guru Lynn Dornblaser. As director of innovation and insight at research firm Mintel, she sees tens of thousands of new products every year. But this new taco, she says, will be "one of the big successes of 2012." She calls the link-up of the snack- food and fast-food giants targeting 18-to-34-year-olds "a marriage made in belly-busting heaven." Savvy to social media, Taco Bell is even hosting a "tweet off" to determine one town that gets the new tacos delivered ahead of the curve.
      Never mind that it's taking place at a chain coming off a lousy year, when same-store sales fell 2% after the lawsuit.

      "Taco Bell could have a McDonald's-like year," says David Palmer, industry analyst at UBS Investment Bank. That's the same McDonald's that's been pummeling the rest of the fast-food industry with growth throughout the economic downturn.
      This would be huge about-face for the chain, whose parent, Yum Brands, also owns Pizza Hut and KFC. Taco Bell, whose sales topped $7 billion last year, sees 35 million customers walk in or drive up every week. It's the nation's sixth-largest fast-food chain, ranking just behind Wendy's in domestic sales, says research firm Technomic.

      Not everyone, however, is jumping on the Taco Bell rebound bandwagon. "Unemployment remains their challenge," says Steve West, restaurant analyst at ITG Investment Research. No matter what new products Taco Bell rolls out, he says, as long as unemployment is above 8% — particularly affecting the brand's target 18-to-34-year-old demographic — the chain will struggle.
      Don't tell that to Taco Bell CEO Greg Creed, whose 11-year stint has been marked by a series of image-challenging twists and turns. For Creed, it's redemption time.
      "This will be the biggest new-product launch Taco Bell has ever had," says Creed, who at 54, may be playing out his last chance to fix the brand.

      Getting here hasn't been easy.
      In the past six years, Taco Bell has faced a series of serious image setbacks. In 2006, it was hit by an E. coli outbreak that sickened more than 70 people in five states. Less than a year later, it was skewered by a viral video that showed rats running rampant in a Manhattan unit that it shared with sister brand KFC. More recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked Taco Bell to a 2011 salmonella outbreak that sickened 68 in 10 states. Then, there's the lawsuit.
      The Alabama law firm behind the lawsuit, Beasley Allen Crow Methvin Portis & Miles, isn't talking. Its lawsuit was quietly withdrawn about 90 days after it was filed. Spokeswoman Helen Taylor says the firm won't comment on the lawsuit.

      The lawsuit claimed that Taco Bell's beef was made from 35% beef, and the rest was binders and extenders. Taco Bell says its tacos are made from 88% beef and the rest is seasonings and water. Taco Bell has done everything to fight back, except countersue. Creed insists that wouldn't be worth it because it would, once again, put the media focus on a negative instead of a positive. "Why go back and make it a story again?" he asks.
      Public relations guru Katie Delahaye Paine says Taco Bell has little choice. "I think the question about the beef and filler lingers on," she says.
      Creed says he is sick and tired of addressing the issue. He prefers to discuss Taco Bell's multiple changes in the works for 2012 and beyond:
      Rolling out Doritos tacos. Two years ago, amid softening taco sales, Taco Bell approached partner Frito-Lay about helping it reinvent the taco. Frito-Lay had previously helped it develop the top-selling Beefy Crunch Burrito, stuffed with spicy Fritos. When the snack-maker came back with the Doritos Locos Taco, "it was a no-brainer," Creed says. "It was so simple. So obvious."
      Especially to Frito-Lay. Doritos is the nation's No. 2 snack brand, second only to sister brand Lay's. Frito-Lay's chief marketing officer, Ann Mukherjee, is ecstatic about the link-up — and the buzz. Eat a Doritos Locos Taco, she jokes, "and you get a Doritos fix." Then, a couple of hours later, she says, "You're gonna want a bag of Doritos."
      It didn't happen overnight. New machinery had to be added in four Frito-Lay plants to create hundreds of millions of new shells. A special cardboard holster was created for the taco, so customer hands aren't coated with the familiar orange Doritos cheese dust.
      Test-market results around Toledo, Ohio, San Bernardino and Bakersfield have been outside the bun. About three in 10 consumers are ordering the new tacos — an enormous number for a new product. In northwest Ohio, where 14 stores are selling the new tacos, sales of Doritos Locos Tacos outnumber conventional tacos, says franchisee Don Unruh. "It's been huge," he says.
      Customers keep asking if they can buy the Doritos shells and bring them home. He's refused.
      One commercial airing in test markets features the true tale of 25-year-old customer Nat Christiana, who drove from Clifton Park, N.Y., to Toledo, Ohio, just to try one. There are plans to extend the line to Cool Ranch — and, ultimately, even more of the current 123 Doritos flavors worldwide.
      Marty Schreiber, a handyman from Laguna Hills, Calif., purchased a Doritos Locos Taco at a Taco Bell in Lake Forest, Calif., that was test-marketing them only for the day. "I know it's kind of a gimmick," says Schreiber. "But I happen to like Doritos." He was so excited to eat the new taco, he concedes, "I even forgot to put on hot sauce."
      Plopping breakfast inside burritos. Taco Bell has tried and failed at breakfast three times. This time will be different, insists Liz Matthews, senior director of food and beverage, because the chain has learned that most consumers prefer more traditional American breakfasts. "They don't want jalapeños in the morning," she says.
      That's why 800 West Coast locations are selling breakfasts that have only a slight Taco Bell twist. Instead of serving eggs and sausage on English muffins, they're rolling them into burritos. And they're selling round, pop-able, Cinnabon co-creations that have the icing melted on the inside.
      The chain plans to slowly roll out breakfast nationally in the next two years, Creed says. But the hours are targeted at teens, not hourly workers, so don't look for 6 a.m. breakfast. At Taco Bell, it's served at a more civilized 8 to 11 a.m.
      Already on board as a regular is Eduard Eisenhauer, a CPA from Lake Forest, Calif., who stopped at Taco Bell on his daily drive into Los Angeles. "It's convenient," he says holding a customized burrito in one hand. "Eating in the car only saves a few minutes, but it seems like it saves you an hour."
      Selling Chipotle-like grub. Following Chipotle's success, Taco Bell is testing a Cantina Bell line of more upscale foods made with more natural ingredients in Louisville and Bakersfield. If it's a hit, it will likely roll out nationally in 2013.
      Taco Bell enlisted celebrity chef Lorena Garcia to help create the line, with entrees priced a few bucks below Chipotle.
      She concedes: "It was surprising for me to hear from Taco Bell." Her goal with the Cantina Bell line: "Keep it simple."
      Among the items: all-white-meat chicken marinated in a cilantro dressing, grilled corn salsa and black beans. "This will change the perception of what you can get at Taco Bell," Creed says.
      Creating a slogan — with attitude. So long "Think outside the bun." That's being nixed for a more lifestyle-targeted slogan: "Live Más" ("Live More" in Spanish.)
      The idea is to replace the concept of "food as fuel" with "food as lifestyle," says marketing chief Brian Niccol.
      The very brand that once advised consumers to "Run for the border," and later enlisted a feisty Chihuahua to utter, "Yo quiero Taco Bell," is now advising folks to "Live Más."
      Which is exactly what Jose Acosta, a twentysomething sign installer from Fountain Valley, Calif., did while on a work break with some buddies. He sat down with a tray-load of food that he bought for less than $5: a burrito, a bag of Doritos, a soft drink — and a Doritos Locos Taco, which he eats with gusto. "That's good," he says.
      "Junk food" doesn't bother Acosta, he says, as he prepares to inhale the second half of his Doritos Locos Taco, then stops, smirks and offers one final thought: "Hey, at least it's got lettuce."

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      02-28-2012 01:42 AM #2
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      02-28-2012 09:34 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by BetterByDesign View Post
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      lol perhaps but i have to admit, i drove over 3 miles last night before my study group to find a taco bell to get my "fix" sadly they did not have the dorito taco...

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      02-28-2012 10:33 AM #4
      I don't know what it is about Taco Bell but I get a craving for it once every blue moon. I'll have to give this one a whirl just for the novelty of it all.

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      03-13-2012 11:57 AM #6
      two doritos tacos and a med pepsi = sodium coma , you are gonna have to drink a gallon of water after that

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      03-13-2012 01:41 PM #7
      had one yesterday, they aren't bad, but not the "nacho cheese dorito" experience i was hoping for
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      03-15-2012 02:03 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by Kameirocco View Post
      had one yesterday, they aren't bad, but not the "nacho cheese dorito" experience i was hoping for
      I feel the same way, it was meh to me, not as good as I thought it would have been.

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      03-15-2012 02:11 PM #9
      Does anyone else think Mountain Dew has a secret recipe that is only sent to Taco Bell's? Whenever I get the mountain dew from Taco Beezy it is unusually delicious compared to other fountain drink places, cans, or plastic bottles.

      Crunchwrap supreme is my ish!

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      03-15-2012 04:26 PM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by haunted reality View Post
      I feel the same way, it was meh to me, not as good as I thought it would have been.
      I thought it was gonna rule... tried it the other day for lunch and I tossed it in the garbage with 2 bites left. Complete and utter disappointment.
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      03-15-2012 07:35 PM #12
      I treated myself to a pair of Dorito tacos just now. The shell tasted nothing like a Dorito. The cheese flavoring did, but the shell was way off. Great idea, terrible execution.

      Would've been a better overall experience to have a regular taco and a bag of Doritos on the side.
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      03-15-2012 09:30 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by Steveo989 View Post
      Does anyone else think Mountain Dew has a secret recipe that is only sent to Taco Bell's? Whenever I get the mountain dew from Taco Beezy it is unusually delicious compared to other fountain drink places, cans, or plastic bottles.

      Crunchwrap supreme is my ish!

      I remember asking someone from corp about the Baja, which is locked down in a licencing agreement. The syrup for regular is the same as what other places get.
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      03-15-2012 09:34 PM #14
      read an article stating that this fall, they will roll out Cooler Ranch flavored shells as well.
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      03-16-2012 10:50 AM #15
      I tried one. Wasn't blown away. It was too messy with not much notice of the nacho cheese dorito. I think a double decker is still the top of my list.
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      03-16-2012 12:34 PM #16
      Feel the same way. Was decent, but nothing like I thought it would be.

      Wouldn't buy again unless it was cheaper.

      Will try the Cool Ranch ones, though.
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      03-16-2012 06:28 PM #17
      had a few the other day, freaking good! i'll post up the pictures I took

    18. 03-18-2012 11:53 PM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by n0rdicalex. View Post
      read an article stating that this fall, they will roll out Cooler Ranch flavored shells as well.
      the Cooler Ranch versions weren't deployed with the Nacho Cheese ones?

      wtf... the Cooler Ranch are like 1000x better than the Nacho Cheese

      (yes I've had both, Toledo was a test market and i ate the ever loving **** out of those tacos when drunk)
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      03-19-2012 01:05 PM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by Nourdmrolnmt View Post
      the Cooler Ranch versions weren't deployed with the Nacho Cheese ones?

      wtf... the Cooler Ranch are like 1000x better than the Nacho Cheese

      (yes I've had both, Toledo was a test market and i ate the ever loving **** out of those tacos when drunk)

      Interesting. Though I prefer the Cool Ranch chips it doesn't seem like that would be a good combination with taco meat and cheese. I think I would prefer the Salsa Verde as a shell.
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      03-19-2012 02:40 PM #20
      The girlfriend and I just moved into a new apartment over the weekend and neither of us want to cook tonight since we still have unpacking to do so I declared that tonight is Taco Bell Night just so I can try this taco.

      I will report back later this evening.

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      03-26-2012 12:42 PM #21
      I find them pretty tasty
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      03-26-2012 01:19 PM #22
      so now they're ponying up to the breakfast bar? I'll give it a shot. I miss living in TX where I could go to a Mexican joint in the morning for my carne and egg burritos
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      03-26-2012 03:41 PM #23
      Quote Originally Posted by Minker17 View Post
      Feel the same way. Was decent, but nothing like I thought it would be.

      Wouldn't buy again unless it was cheaper.

      Will try the Cool Ranch ones, though.
      I might get one as a side to other items but not a multiple QTY of the locos. Now Cool Ranch could be a
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      03-27-2012 09:27 AM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by BlckBadged_SwissChee View Post
      Interesting. Though I prefer the Cool Ranch chips it doesn't seem like that would be a good combination with taco meat and cheese. I think I would prefer the Salsa Verde as a shell.
      THAT would be amazing!

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      Salsa Verde would be a good choice!
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      03-27-2012 12:45 PM #26
      I thought I reported back... guess not.

      I share the same sentiment as a lot of you. It was decent but not at all what I was expecting it to be. If it were around the same price as a regular taco I would get one. And I'll definitely try any other flavor Doritos shells they come out with.

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      i havent had it yet, its really not that good
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      04-04-2012 08:32 AM #28
      I tried it a few weeks ago, nothing really stood out to me. It was like it was a normal shell.

      Cool ranch could be interesting though.
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      04-05-2012 11:33 PM #29
      finally had two last night...

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      04-06-2012 01:13 AM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by hussdog426 View Post
      i havent had it yet, its really not that good
      You haven't had it yet you have an opinion on how good it is?

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      04-06-2012 01:38 AM #31
      I seem to agree with most of you: meh. The shell seemed almost stale, and didn't add anything to the taco as a whole. In fact, since the fillings seemed fresher than usual for Taco Bell, the shell actually detracted a bit from the experience. I would rather have a regular taco and a handful of Doritos.
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      04-06-2012 01:46 AM #32
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      04-11-2012 08:14 PM #34
      interesting...

      been thinking of trying to order some double-decker tacos and a cheesey gordita crunch with the doritos taco shell substituted in place of the regular taco shell...
      welcome to the layer cake

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      04-12-2012 01:20 AM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by n0rdicalex. View Post
      interesting...

      been thinking of trying to order some double-decker tacos and a cheesey gordita crunch with the doritos taco shell substituted in place of the regular taco shell...
      Can you do that if so

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