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Taco Bell releasing hot-sauce flavored chips

Taco Bell releasing hot-sauce flavored chips

Taco Bell describes the Mild tortilla chips as having hints of cumin and three different kinds of chili pepper just like its Mild sauce. (There's also a plain chip option for those who prefer to make their own Nachos BellGrande at home.) According to Candyhunting, the chips will hit store shelves in May, just in time for summertime barbecues.

The Fire flavor is a heavily seasoned red chip.

Fire - Those that go for the hottest of the chips will experience hints of jalapeño, chili peppers and paprika. Mild and Fire chips will come in 1-ounce, 3.5-ounce and 11-ounce sizes, with Classic coming in 13-ounce size instead of 11.

"This launch of our first line of sauce packet-inspired chips gives our fans a new way to access a taste of Taco Bell", Marisa Thalberg, Chief Brand Officer for Taco Bell, said in a statement.

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A representative for Taco Bell further confirmed that the chips will be produced by the Sugar Foods Corporation. The level of spice is less potent than regular Tabasco sauce, and reminded me of Doritos' new Blaze chips.

Santee Town Council gave final approval to the measure to annex the Taco Bell into the town at its regular meeting on March 7.