Starting September, Taco Bell’s Mexican Pizza will be added back to its regular menu.
The company announced that fans would be able to purchase the Mexican Pizza starting September 15.
After a two-year hiatus, the chain brought Mexican Pizza back in May, but the great demand caused it to run out within days of the relaunch.
On Tuesday, Taco Bell said it “worked quickly to restock the beloved menu item.”
“Taco Bell worked diligently to resolve depleted ingredients and supply chain challenges that originally caused longer gaps in the product’s availability,” the chain said.
The ingredients for the Mexican Pizza consist of a flat tortilla, pizza sauce, and either beans or ground beef. It’s then layered with more pizza sauce, cheese, and a mixture of chopped tomatoes spread over the top before adding a second layer of tortilla.
Conspiracy theorists claimed that Taco Bell reintroduced Mexican Pizza earlier this year as a gimmick to increase demand by making it unavailable.
“While [limited time offerings] are core to Taco Bell’s ability to churn out menu innovation, that wasn’t the plan for the Mexican Pizza,” the company said.
“Upon its menu return, demand for the Mexican Pizza was seven times higher than when previously available.”