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Why did Taco Bell get rid of the Meximelt?

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Guest Not happy

Don’t know. Just found this out yesterday and i was not happy. Will be much less likely to go there in the future now.

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Guest Heather

I too just found out yesterday.  So disappointed, i would always get three for the following morning because its actually something from taco bell you could reheat without it getting nasty.  BIG MISTAKE taking them off the menu.

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Guest sarah

I was told they could still make it, but they didn't know how to ring them up. 

they should figure it out and make them cheaper than what they were!  :)

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Guest No meximelt no bisiness

No longer going 

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Guest Angie

They can ring it up as a cheesy roll up (they are $.99) and then add ground beef ($.59) and pico ($.35).

They are cheaper than they were before, and just as yummy!  But, not every Taco Bell is smart enough to do this.

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Guest Willzilla

What about a soft taco no lettuce/tomato, add pico and steamed?

 

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Guest Tony

I agree with all but one comments.  They should have never gotten rid of the meximelt. That was the main reason I went to Taco Bell.  The new way of ringing up a cheese roll up adding beef and Pico is nasty and nothing like a meximelt.  Will not be going back and that saddens me.  I always enjoyed going there and supporting the younger generation that is happy to be at work, serving their customers and making money other than laying on their behinds getting a government check.

 

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