Tacos bell meat to be phased out in US due to meat safety concerns

The taco bell in the US is set to be shut down due to a meat safety risk.

The new policy will come into effect in April and will affect more than half the country’s restaurants.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says that the food safety program is necessary to ensure the health and safety of consumers.

“The new FDA policy on foodborne illness and foodborne disease outbreaks is necessary because of the high incidence of foodborne illnesses and food borne disease outbreaks among our consumers,” said FDA spokeswoman Lauren Shackelford. 

“The current regulations currently prohibit certain ingredients from being used in products made from beef and pork.”

The FDA says that it will require manufacturers to disclose the presence of any contaminants in products before they can be sold.

The company said it would “provide consumers with the most up-to-date information regarding ingredients and risks associated with use of the products” in the future.

“In response to the current foodborne outbreak, we have implemented a phased-out phase-out of the use of certain ingredients in the meat of some of our most popular brands,” Taco Bell said.

“This means that some of the ingredients in our popular items will no longer be available for sale.”

The announcement came after the FDA said on Thursday it had found evidence that two products used in the beef product Tater Tots that were not listed on the labels were contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.

The meat was being made from pork shoulder and chicken, but there were no labels indicating whether the products were ground, cooked or chilled.

The FDA said the products had been made in Mexico and were imported from Canada and the United Kingdom.

The agency did not say what was found in the products, but said it had confirmed the presence in the food.

“Tacos Bell is taking this situation very seriously,” the company said in a statement.

“We have taken immediate steps to make sure we are prepared for any future foodborne outbreaks. 

The company has made every effort to ensure that any potential food safety concerns are handled quickly and appropriately.”

The company added that it was working with other food companies to determine how to best protect its products.

“As we know from past outbreaks, the best way to prevent a foodborne foodborne infection is to eat foods safe for consumption, including meats and poultry from certified organic producers,” Taco Mac said.

Taco Bell is one of the largest food companies in the world and is a major brand in the country.

Its meat, including tacos, burritos and burrito bowls, are sold in more than 1,300 stores.