Mexican pizza, pico de gallo and shredded chicken will not be on the Taco Bell menu from November 5th. On Thursday, Taco Bell reassured fans that this is the last time this year it will change its menu, and that the removal will “make room for new innovations.”
Last month, Taco Bell got rid of about a dozen foods, including a 7-layer burrito, Supreme nachos, and meat fritos burritos. In July, the company explained that it was necessary to “create a more effective Taco Bell experience” during the pandemic.
Several restaurants, including McDonald’s(MCD), have removed a number of items as a way to eliminate complexity and cost and promote simpler or more popular products at a time when cost savings are critical for restaurant operators.
Regarding the latest round of changes, Taco Bell said there are several other reasons why he says goodbye to the five points. Ditching Mexican pizza, for example, is part of the company’s green commitment to packing more than 7 million pounds of carton a year for this product.
He replaces pico de gallo with diced tomatoes. Removing the shredded chicken means three chicken items – shredded soft chicken tacos, shredded chicken burritos, and shredded melted chicken quesadillas – will disappear in the fall. Instead, Taco Bell will add a tropical iced drink, Dragonfruit Freeze and a melting chicken chipotle.
Taco Bell, owned by Yum! Brands(Yummy), said last month that many of its restaurants will be completely renovated. it latest design emphasizes dynamism and limits human interaction, making it more appropriate for the era of coronavirus.
The Ministry of Finance reported that in December there is a decrease in the ISP discount by 3.9 cents per liter of diesel fuel and 2.4 cents per liter of gasoline, taking into account falling prices.
The guardianship statement states that, as announced, “the mechanism applied in the ISP is equivalent to reducing the VAT rate from 23% to 13%, and the compensation mechanism through the ISP reduces additional VAT income as a result of the changes. in fuel prices remain in effect.
Thus, taking into account the evolution of diesel and gasoline prices, “these temporary measures result in a reduction in the ISP rebate of 3.9 cents per liter of diesel fuel and 2.4 cents per liter of gasoline. a discount of 17.1 cents per liter for diesel ISP and 15.4 cents per liter for gasoline ISP,” the same note reads.
On the other hand, “the carbon tax update will be suspended until the end of the year,” and “taking into account all the measures in place, the reduction in the tax burden is 27.3 cents per liter of diesel fuel and 24.7 cents per liter of gasoline. “.
The government’s rebate mechanism assumes that a decrease in the price of fuel results in an increase in the Tax on Petroleum Products (NPT) due to a drop in VAT revenues.
“Measures to mitigate the increase in fuel prices remain in place in the month of December, while the government continues to support all consumers by reducing fuel taxes,” the ministry reminded.
The ISP’s rebate, equivalent to a 13 percent VAT rate cut, was due to run until September 4 but was later extended through the end of the year as part of the government’s family relief package due to price hikes.
Average fuel prices have returned this week to below pre-war levels in Ukraine on Feb. 24, with a 5.1% drop for petrol and 4.1% for diesel calculated by ERSE.
According to the “Weekly Report on the Surveillance of Selling Prices for the Public” published on Monday evening by the Entidade Regladora dos Serviços Energéticos (ERSE), “For the week of 28 to 4 December, the effective pre-tax price is 0.860 euro/l. [euros por litro] for straight petrol 95 and 1067 euro/l for direct diesel”, which after tax is 1660 euro/l and 1685 euro/l for straight petrol 95 and straight diesel, respectively.
These figures are comparable to average prices of 1,816 euros/l for 95 straight-through gasoline and 1,660 euros/l for direct diesel filled on February 24 when the Russians invaded Ukraine, according to the Directorate General of Energy and Geology (DGEG). ).
This Friday, December 2, 2022, a moment occurred where few expected it to happen again. After repeated claims that the giant Airbus A380 is being retired for good, German airline Lufthansa has come back and decided to put it back into service two years later. As a result, one of the aircraft, registration D-AIMK, parked in Teruel (Spain), flew to Frankfurt.
According to the German company, the aircraft has been at the Spanish airport since May 2020, and since May of this year, more than 3,000 hours of work have been spent on its re-flight preparation. The same service is being performed on three other A380s that the company intends to restore to its network.
However, more work is needed before the aircraft is ready to fly with passengers again. Although additional landing gear maintenance was still required, today’s flight was to be flown at a much lower speed than usual and was performed with the landing gear down.
At the Lufthansa base in Frankfurt, the aircraft will be put on supports so that the landing gear retraction system can be tested. The aircraft will then fly to Manila in the Philippines, where Lufthansa Technik maintains a maintenance base, to undergo final repairs before release.
The Airbus A380 is scheduled to enter service in the summer of 2023 on high-demand flights from Munich. Videos were taken of the departure of the world’s largest passenger aircraft from Teruel (above and below, awaiting loading). Tracking Radarboxin turn, captured the entire flight.
Fuel price information is based on calculations that take into account quotations on international markets and other factors taken into account when pricing fuel in Portugal. This is the data that I collect weekly from my sources in the fuel market.
I remind you that despite this price indication, each filling station can set the price it considers appropriate🇧🇷 Only private label gas stations should follow brand guidelines. Dealers and each brand may or may not follow the market leaders. But in my experience they go one after the other. This is the price trend for the coming week.