I travel extensively across America and more often than not, the Taco Bell hard taco shells and the open faced tostada shells, taste like oil base paint or faint kerosene, at multiple locations. I have called Taco Bell repeatedly and get the same courteous type person that agrees to "look into this".
Taco Bell customer service receives my input and concerns, but nothing changes. Does the Food and Drug Administration or the Department of Agriculture regulate fast food chains?
What is that odd chemical taste? Am I and my family the only Americans who have noticed this in Taco Bell taco shells and tostada shells?
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Preferred solution: Remove that paint flavor from the products..
I liked: Soda machine.
I didn't like: Messy kitchen and floor.