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FoodTaco Bell’s Tortilla Shortage Crisis Is Over, So Twitter Can Calm TF Down Now

20:25  15 july  2019
20:25  15 july  2019 Source:   delish.com

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Taco Bell ’ s brief “tortillapocalypse” is over . The company did not provide a reason for the shortage , nor did it say how many restaurants were impacted. Last week, the company said “supplier shortages ” were forcing some restaurants to turn away guests ordering anything made with a flour tortilla such

“While some Taco Bell restaurants are experiencing supplier shortages , we are working diligently to replenish the supply of our tortillas (used for products like quesadillas and burritos) in those restaurants and encourage fans to try any of our other delicious menu items like the Power Menu

Taco Bell’s Tortilla Shortage Crisis Is Over, So Twitter Can Calm TF Down Now© @tacobell - Instagram After over a week of turning burrito and quesadilla lovers away, Taco Bell has announced that their tortilla shortage is finally over.

While we know the last week or so has been terrifying, we are here to report happy news: The Taco Bell tortilla shortage we were all so worked up about is finally over.

In a statement released last Thursday, Taco Bell told the press:

We appreciate our burrito-loving customers’ patience. We have worked closely with our suppliers to resolve any shortages, and most, if not all, of our impacted restaurants should be offering our full menu so fans can now enjoy their Taco Bell favorites from the classic Bean Burrito to the new Steak Reaper Ranch Fries burrito.

Before we jump for joy, we can't help but wonder: What on Earth caused the tortillapocalypse in the first place? According to Nation's Restaurant News, it sounds like this national nightmare all came down to "supplier shortages." And while there wasn't an explicit report on how many restaurants had to stop selling tortilla-based treats, Midwest and East Coast locations of Taco Bell were disproportionately affected.

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Taco Bell acknowledge the tortilla shortage and apologized, but gave no explanation for it. But, as a quick online check on two of the locations in the Cleveland-area affected by the “tortillapocalypse” shows, Taco Bell is indeed now offering the full line of burritos and quesadillas once again. Whew!

On top of that, the tortilla tragedy went mobile. Apparently, T-Bell fans ordering through the restaurant's app in cities like New York, Philadelphia, Louisville, and Nashville were notified that "chicken quesadillas, bean burritos and Quesaritos were not available." Heartbreaking, right?!

All that said, we're grateful Taco Bell's burritos and quesadillas can make their ways back into our greasy palms just in time for the Monday lunch rush. Oh, and don't worry, T-Bell. We're not mad. If anything, we're just really grateful. Love u, mean it.

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