Business Insider reports that Taco Bell is testing a vegan chalupa shell. The shell is made from pea protein and is being sold in one location for now.

“We’ve long been a food disruptor, and this time is no different,” Liz Matthews, Taco Bell’s Global Chief Food Innovation Officer, said in a press release. “We’ve seen our industry follow patterns of sameness, but we understand that consumers are looking for creativity and craveability in this space. So whether someone is craving plant-based protein or crispy chicken or gooey cheesiness, we have something that’s not only flavorful, but also uniquely Taco Bell.”

The vegan chalupa shell is available at an Irvine, California location until June 27.

A traditional chalupa shell is made from crunchy fried chicken. The vegan chalupa option can be made dairy-free for a full vegan experience.

Taco Bell is taking another step to making all consumer-facing packaging recyclable, compostable, or reusable by 2025 with its new hot sauce recycling program. The company also announced a plant-based protein test recently.

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