American fast food chain Taco Bell was charged with false advertising. In the advertisement of the establishment, potential buyers are promised Mexican dishes containing meat or ground beef. But is it really so? After all, the actual meat in the dishes Taco Bell contains no more than 35%, and the rest of the contents of the filling are fillers, preservatives and various additives. In addition, in some types of products, the meat (is it meat?) component also includes some additives prohibited for use in the United States.
Law firm sued Beasley Allen, representing the interests of his client - Amanda Obney (Amanda Obney), whose goal is to ensure that the company behaves honestly and openly in relation to customers, providing them with truthful and reliable information. And if the filling of the burrito is from Taco Bell consists of meat only partially, then let all buyers know about it, and not just those who are not too lazy, spend time and find out the exact recipe. There is, of course, another option to start putting more meat into products, but will the company make such a sacrifice?
Representatives Taco Bell declare their determination to go to court and seek the removal of all charges, intending to restore the good name of the company.