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Taco Bell has expanded its current executive roles and has added new positions as the brand continues its journey to become a $15 billion company with 9,000 restaurants globally by 2022. According to PR Newswire, Taco Bell is bringing on Julie Felss Masino as brand president, and chief food innovation officer Liz Matthews' role will be elevated to oversee international capabilities including research and development, quality assurance and engineering. Mike Grams is expanding his title to chief operations and development officer while Taco Bell has named Elizabeth Baicy, vice president for digital and future works and Jon Kosoff, vice president for e-commerce and performance marketing. 

To ring in the new year, Dunkin' Donuts has removed the artificial dyes from its doughnuts. The milestone is part of brand's pledge to eliminate artificial dyes from food and beverages in the U.S. by end of 2018. According to a release, Dunkin' Donuts will also remove synthetic dyes from other menu items beyond donut icings, fillings and toppings including frozen beverages such as COOLATTA frozen beverages, baked goods, breakfast sandwiches and coffee flavorings. Similarly, Dunkin' Donuts' sister brand Baskin-Robbins will remove synthetic dyes from its menu, including ice cream sold both at its restaurants and in quarts and pints at retail locations, as well as its syrups, sauces, sprinkles and beverages, including Cappuccino Blast.

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The chain is also giving one couple the chance to win free catering.
The Mexican QSR recently embarked on a hiring spree across the country.
The promotion is available across the chain’s 41 stores.
This unit guarantees food quality without increasing operational expenses.
Controlling food costs, lessening waste, and forecasting demand accurately are crucial.
It partnered with Sydney illustrator Julie Luu to feature festive art across store signages and the brand’s 2022 Christmas Calendar.
One applicant will also have the chance to win a year’s worth of free pizza and a Nintendo Switch.
Its current store network is now worth $4 million a year.
Find out how the upgraded digital menu signages improved the brand's operational and cost efficiencies.
The fast food chain has 54 restaurants across SA and 449 nationally.