Festive red, green and yellow Nachos Navidad are coming back to all Taco John’s locations for the holidays.
The cheery multicolored chips are topped with seasoned beef, warm nacho cheese, refried beans, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, guacamole and sour cream to make the treat that’s become uber popular with customers at this time of year.
They’re on the menu through Dec. 29, and during that time, Taco John’s will donate a portion of the proceeds from sale of the nachos to charities selected by local franchises. This year, community recipients will include Toys for Tots, Food Bank of Iowa, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, local first-responder groups and more.
The nachos — and the donations — have been around for nearly three decades and have raised millions of dollars for charities in the 22 states that have Taco John’s franchises.
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