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Taco Bell tells us what’s really in the beef

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Photo: Taco Bell Facebook Page

Photo: Taco Bell Facebook Page

Taco Bell has once again grabbed our attention.

The taco chain has “quietly” launched a new page on its website, according to The Huffington Post, and it answers the question: What’s in the beef?

Taco Bell proclaims that 88 percent of its beef consists of “Premium Beef,” and 12 percent of it is made up of a “signature recipe.” The “signature recipe” part is what Taco Bell is trying to explain.

The new module on Taco Bell’s site allows anyone who’s curious to find out what’s really in their taco beef. Viewers can click on some of the ingredients and find out what the complicated words really mean. For example, what is “soy lecithin”?

Click here to read the entire story from The Huffington Post.

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