Beasley Allen may have dropped its class-action lawsuit, but Taco Bell isn’t satisfied. Not yet anyway…
In what they call a “victory for truth over fiction,” the Yum! Brands division ran full page ads today in the Wall Street Journal, LA Times, and the New York Times seeking an apology from the Alabama-based lawfirm that filed suit claiming that its meat mixture doesn’t meet the USDA’s requirements to be called “beef.”
“You got it wrong, and you’re probably feeling pretty bad right about now. But you know what always helps? Saying to everyone, ‘I’m sorry’.”
The company has gone all out, launching a full ad campaign demanding an apology from Beasley Allen, the law firm behind it.
Check out the full ad below + video from the fast food’s CEO, who says that the lawsuit being dropped “comes as no surprise”: