What Is Taco Bell Logo?

Is Taco Bell meat fake?

Taco Bell is revealing what’s in its beef, and it turns out it’s actually mostly beef.

“We use the same quality beef used in all ground beef (like you’d find in the grocery store), only USDA-inspected, 100% premium real beef, period,” the website says.

The other ingredients include some hard-to-pronounce words..

Who owns Taco Bell?

Yum! BrandsYum ChinaTaco Bell/Parent organizations

Today, the company’s logo features the word “Walmart” spelled out in all lowercase letters accented on the end by a yellow sunburst the company refers to as “the spark.” This logo marks the sixth version of the company’s logo, and it was reportedly designed to make shopping at the store more attractive to higher-income …

According to AdvertisingAge, Taco Bell selected the new logo because it “allows for more customization with color, patterns and textures.” The brand began integrating the new look immediately, changing its social avatars across all platforms. On Facebook, fans began chiming in with opinions about the brand’s facelift.

What does Taco Bell actually mean?

Turns out, Taco Bell received its name from the owner’s name, Glen Bell. According to Taco Bell’s website, Glen Bell originally created Bell’s Drive-In and Taco Tia in San Bernardino, California, in 1954. It wasn’t until 1962 when the name was changed to “Taco Bell” after Bell opened a restaurant in Downey, California.