What You’re Really Eating When You Order Taco Bell

Taco Bell has come under scrutiny in the past for some of their ingredients, so we thought we’d take a closer look at those ingredients that make their way into your favorite foods. Believe it or not? Some of the things we learned surprised us in a good way.

Fast food breakfasts aren’t exactly healthy, but there is something in Taco Bell’s breakfast foods that you can feel good about. That’s because, in 2015, Taco Bell joined a slew of other restaurants and announced that it would start exclusively serving cage-free eggs by the end of 2016.

Cage-free eggs aren’t necessarily healthier for humans, but according to the Humane Society of the United States, Taco Bell’s switch meant that 500,000 hens each year would see their conditions improving. How? When hens live cage-free, they’re able to engage in more of their natural, instinctive animal behaviors, like spreading their wings, getting exercise, nesting, and perching. And everyone can get on board with supporting responsibly raised food!

Watch the video for more about what you’re really eating when you order Taco Bell!

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Cage-free eggs | 0:15
Antibiotic-free meat | 1:01
High fructose corn syrup | 1:58
Potassium sorbate | 2:53
Wheat gluten | 3:42
Real cheddar cheese | 4:28
Annatto | 5:31
Soybean oil | 6:29
Romano cheese | 7:32
Torula yeast | 8:37
Dough conditioner | 9:22
Oats | 10:30

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