Del Taco Introduces New Customizable Chicken Fajita Burrito

Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:00am EDT

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-- With four ingredient choices, you decide what goes inside! --
LAKE FOREST, Calif.--(Business Wire)--
Del Taco fans who need a burrito fix won`t have to try hard to get exactly what
they want when the No. 2 Mexican quick-serve chain unveils its new Chicken
Fajita Burrito on June 15. 

The new Chicken Fajita Burrito includes grilled marinated chicken, fire roasted
fajita onions and peppers wrapped in a warm flour tortilla. And then the fun
starts as customers have their choice of adding any two of four additional
ingredients - sour cream, fresh salsa, cheddar cheese or guacamole. 

"We`re always looking for new ways to satisfy our customers with great taste and
new products. With the new Chicken Fajita Burrito we are taking the best part of
restaurant style fajitas- choosing your favorite ingredients- and serving it on
the go," said John Cappasola, vice president of marketing at Del Taco. 

"Customization is the name of the game here. Our new Chicken Fajita Burrito
continues the promise of getting what you want with delicious taste and everyday
value," added Cappasola. 

The New Chicken Fajita Burrito is sold a la carte, or in a combo meal paired
with a side order of chips, freshly prepared salsa and a soft drink for a
limited time. 

Price and participation may vary. 

About Del Taco

Del Taco, the Lake Forest, California-based company operates or franchisees more
than 510 restaurants in 18 states. Del Taco offers a full range of made-to-order
Mexican items such as tacos, burritos, quesadillas and American favorites
including cooked-to-order burgers, fries and shakes. Del Taco uses fresh
ingredients including hand-made salsa, fresh produce, freshly grated cheddar
cheese, chicken grilled every hour and lard-free beans made from scratch.
Additional information is available at 

Del Taco
Barbara Caruso, 714-841-6777

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