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LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 24: Jack In The Box and Carls Jr. fast-food restaurant signs glow July 24, 2008 on the Figueroa Street Corridor of South Los Angeles area of Los Angeles, California. The Los Angeles City Council committee has unanimously approved year-long moratorium on new fast-food restaurants in a 32-square-mile area, mostly in South Los Angeles, pending approval by the full council and the signature of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to make it the law. South LA has the highest concentration of fast-food restaurants of the city, about 400, and only a few grocery stores. L.A. Councilwoman Jan Perry proposed the measure to try to reduce health problems associated with a diet high in fast-food, like obesity and diabetes, which plague many of the half-million people living there. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

I’ll take a couple of these.

What if you could pop a few Jack in the Box tacos in your mouth at one time? Yummy. The fast-food restaurant is testing tiny tacos in a few cities.

You’ll get 25 miniature tacos along with three dipping sauces; creamy avocado lime, taco and buttermilk ranch.
The pack of tiny tacos costs $5. People who have tried them have posted their pleasure on social media.

Sadly, they are only available in Dallas, Austin, and Fresno for the time being. Hopefully, Charlotte will get some soon.

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