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Plant-based meat can't lift Del Taco's traffic

Weak sales and high costs sent the Mexican fast-food chain’s shares plunging.

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How Beyond Meat is taking hold at Del Taco

The chain’s Beyond Tacos proved popular but haven’t helped it generate transaction growth or prevent a July sales slowdown.

The Mexican QSR, a hot concept in the U.S., has been slow to expand internationally. That’s beginning to change, and here’s why.

The Mexican QSR says the product has helped reverse a steep traffic slide in the first quarter.

The fast-casual chain revealed that it received a request for information regarding last year’s incident in Ohio, sending its shares falling.

Online and mobile orders doubled in the first quarter as the company’s comparable-store sales rose 9.9%.

Brian Niccol’s pay package came during a year in which the company’s stock returned to prominence on Wall Street.

The chain is planning to add its mobile-order drive-thru “Chipotlane” to more restaurants as it seeks to further its digital presence.

The company is testing a mobile order drive-thru lane called “Chipotlane” as it works to keep building digital orders.

The company’s stock has soared since Brian Niccol took over, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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