Taco Bell Is Bringing Back Nacho Fries Again

If you love something, let it go and if it was meant to be yours, it will always come back to you. I’m obviously talking about your favorite discontinued fast food items. Specifically, I’m talking about Taco Bell’s fan-favorite menu items that are always leaving and then returning on a seemingly random basis. This time, the chain’s Nacho Fries are back—but they really are better than ever because a whole new version of them is hitting stores this month.

You’ll have to be a little bit patient because Nacho Fries will officially hit Taco Bell stores nationwide again on July 22. It may seem like the menu item is constantly leaving and returning and that’s because, well, it is! This is actually the seventh return of Nacho Fries since their launch in 2018.

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Similar to previous returns, Nacho Fries will be available in single servings for around $1.39 (prices may vary a bit based on location) or they can be enjoyed as part of a $5 box. The $5 box option comes with the Nacho Fries, Beefy 5-Layer Burrito, a Crunchy Taco, and a medium fountain drink. For those who have never tried Nacho Fries before, they’re crispy fries covered in taco seasoning that add extra flavor and come with nacho cheese for dipping.

This time around, Nacho Fries are coming back with a vengeance and will be offered in an all-new Loaded Taco style. By ordering them in this style, they’ll come covered in warm nacho cheese sauce, reduced fat sour cream, and savory seasoned beef for a heartier option.


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