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Taco Bell is testing a Triplelupa; Marching 110 will head to Japan in 2020

Today is Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning, 

Taco Bell is already the perfect comfort food, but it’s about to get better.

The Mexican-style fast-food eatery is testing a “Triplelupa,” which consists of three chalupas connected end-to-end. Resembling a freight train that’s carrying beef and cheese, the treat is sure to be a great sharing item — though each chalupa is only half the size of a normal one.

Taco Bell decided to take the chalupa even further by dousing the middle chalupa in nacho cheese and chipotle sauce. 

A test-run in Minneapolis comes a year after the item’s debut in Orange County, California. The company hasn’t announced if the Triplelupa will be making an appearance in other cities, but one can only hope so.

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