Lawsuit filed over Taco Bell's definition of beef
Someone's got a beef against Taco Bell and they're taking it to court. A class-action lawsuit just filed in federal court says there's not enough beef in Taco Bell's offerings to qualify as beef.
The Alabama consumer law firm says it's mostly fillers.
The lawyers aren't asking Taco Bell to change its food -- they simply want it labeled as a taco meat filling rather than seasoned beef.
Taco Bell says it doesn't exaggerate what it gives consumers and that there has been no false advertising about any of its products.
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