The new service comes after Taco Bell’s owners, Yum Brands, announced a partnership with Grubhub last year. It will be available nationwide, but only for a limited time. Taco Bell, via statement The free orders can be made on Grubhub.com. It is also available on the take-out platform’s phone app as well as Taco Bell’s main website. Taco Bell adds that hours for the service will vary by location.
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