Due to its hexagonal design, layers of fillings, and crispy tostada shell inside the flour tortilla, Taco Bell's Crunchwrap Supreme is one of its
most recognizable menu items. Until now, the chain's vegan customers couldn't enjoy the famous product due to the seasoned beef, nacho
cheese, and sour cream. After years of testing and tasting, Taco Bell will unveil a Vegan Crunchwrap in select American cities tomorrow, June 8.
Vegan seasoned beef, blanco sauce, and nacho sauce are piled with shredded lettuce and sliced tomatoes in the new vegan version.
Taco Bell says it had been developing vegan beef and additional sauces to refine its own flavors.
"Such a large part of our fandom is vegan or vegetarian, and we're as committed to them as they are to us and our menu," said Taco Bell's
global chief culinary innovation officer, Liz Matthews. "That's why we waited so long, months and years, to release something this exceptional;
we wanted and needed to get it absolutely perfect, to make it mouth-watering. Because let's face it, we've all eaten plenty of today's items that don't taste
Taco Bell called the Vegan Crunchwrap its first "fully vegan entree item," but customers can make other Taco Bell items vegan by replacing the
meat with black beans, refried beans, or potato bites and ordering them "fresco style," which replaces mayo-based sauces, cheeses, and sour