You disgusting people ate 53 million orders of Taco Bell Nacho Fries in the first 5 weeks since they’ve been on the menu. Yep. That’s 1.5 million orders a day; 214 orders at each of Taco Bell’s 7,000 locations per day. At only $1 an order, Taco Bell has sold $53 million worth of french fries dusted with Taco Bell taco seasoning and a small tub of processed cheese sauce.
Taco Bell Nacho Fries are on pace to sell more than the 100 million Doritos Locos Taco sold in the first 10 weeks after they were added to the menu.
“We’re seeing fries in one out of every three orders, compared to one out of every four for Doritos Locos Tacos,” Taco Bell spokesman Matt Prince told Nation’s Restaurant News in an email.
The “seasoned fries”, which contain potatoes, vegetable oil (canola, soybean, sunflower, palm and/or cottonseed), enriched flour contains 2% or less of: cornstarch, salt, sugar, rice flour, leavening, modified corn and food starch, dextrin, dextrose, cellulose gum, guar gum, disodium dihydrogen pyrophosphate (maintains color), are prepared in canola oil and are covered in a seasoning of maltodextrin, garlic, paprika, sugar, onion, salt, paprika extract (VC), citric acid, disodium guanylate & inosinate, spices, aged cayenne red peppers, vinegar, natural flavors. Just like mom used to make.
And don’t forget the “nacho cheese sauce” which includes all your favorites; Nonfat milk, cheese whey, water, vegetable oil (canola oil, soybean oil), modified food starch, maltodextrin, natural flavors, salt, dipotassium phosphate, jalapeno puree, vinegar, lactic acid, cellulose gum, potassium citrate, sodium stearoyl lactylate, citric acid, annatto and oleoresin paprika (VC). YUM!
Congratulations you disgusting people, you ate over 53 million orders of Taco Bell Nacho Fries in just 5 weeks. That’s a total of just 16,960,000,000 calories. Now someone please point us in the direction of the nearest Taco Bell.