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SPONSORED: Taco Bell Honors War Widows With New Beef Bereavos


Taco Bell is proud to announce a new limited time Widow Menu to honor war widows and survivors, which will be led by the all-new Beef Bereavos. We are extremely pleased to offer this menu during the months of May and November, in honor of Memorial and Veterans’ Days (Remembrance Day for United Kingdom locations).

Weep with wonder at the myriad options! Wail and bemoan the extremely affordable prices!

Leading the new menu is the Beef Bereavo, a tasteful triangular burrito branded with the American flag and filled with savory ground beef, real Monterey Jack cheese, warm refried beans and Mexican rice. The Bereavo is available for the normal price of $1.09. The Beef Bereavo Supreme will also feature sour cream, lettuce, onions and tomatoes, and will be $1.29. Fajita Beef Bereavos will replace ground beef with prime cut fajita beef and will price at $1.49. Grilled chicken options are also available.

For an additional $1.49, customers can upgrade to the Fallen Heroes Combo Pack, which includes a side and drink. The side is a crypt of crisp Tortilla Tombstones served with Griefamole dipping sauce. For a drink, all usual choices are available, or you may quench your sadness with a 64 ounce all-new Mountain Dew™ Extreme Sorrow! Mountain Dew™ Extreme Sorrow! is available only at Taco Bell locations. The Fallen Heroes Combo Pack comes in a commemorative cardboard coffin or handsome plastic urn suitable for display above a mantel or coffee table.

Other items, with which widows may assuage the emptiness inside them, include SGLIditas, Lamentadillas with either beef or chicken, and both crunchy and soft Mausoladas. Dessert options include Chocolate Cremation, served with a black lace bib, and Sugar Frosted Coffin Stix.

Best of all, in a bold display of the sincere sympathy and support Taco Bell shares for those who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice, we will offer the new menu items free of charge to widows and survivors. *Offer not valid without proof of death in the form of an obituary, funeral program, or life insurance payment confirmation.

So honor our servicemen and servicewomen who have made the ultimate sacrifice today. Stand up and salute by purchasing from the Widow Menu today! If your tears of sorrow have not washed the grief from your soul, perhaps the severe diarrhea will do the job!

*Tell your Casualty Assistance Officer that the Widow Menu is also available during Fourthmeal™ for your late-night grief snacking needs. All beef and chicken served on the Widow Menu has been administered Last Rites prior to serving.

*Free folded flag with select menu items while supplies last. Not valid in AK, AL, AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, HI, KS, KY, NC, NY, OK, SC, TX, VA, WA, or APO/FPO addresses.

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Landon Raby

I am sorry but this is beyond tasteless. I find most articles on DB fairly humorous, but this one crosses the line. I don’t think any gold star families coming across this article are going to LOL at this rag. It’s rather revolting.


William Carpenter

My first thought was that it will give you the sh*ts no matter what you call it. DB showed their wisdom with the same thinking.

Angry Warrant

Oy- que bueno!

LLoyd Red Carroll

You fail to mention the case of shits that will immediately follow ingestion of said items. Maybe they should offer Branch of Service Emblem embossed toilet paper at a reduced price?


Josh Noble

What’s smart is that they are configuring their marketing to different people. Jihadists get a Allahu Akbar Burrito for each infidel killed in the name of the prophet.


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