After Hours Trading, Why Did The TACO Stock Gain Traction?

The shares of Del Taco Restaurants Inc. (TACO) rose 19.7% in after-market session to trade at $12.7 at last check. In Monday’s session, Del Taco stock lost -0.93% to close at $10.61.

The volume of TACO stock remained at 0.12 million shares, which was below the average daily volume of 0.31 million shares over the last 50 days. Over the past 12 months, TACO shares have gained 67.61%, and they have advanced by 4.95% over the past week. TACO stock rose in absence of current news, but recent events can now be used to get a better understanding of the company.

What’s going on at TACO lately?

Every Del Taco restaurant has a cook setting that prepares fresh burritos and fries in a working kitchen, providing a variety of authentic Mexican and American favorites at great prices. At its approximately 600 restaurants located throughout 16 states, TACO today serves more than three million guests per week. In order to ensure that food at TACO is of the highest quality and value for the money they charge, TACO cooks, chops, shreds, and grills menu items from scratch.

Last week, Del Taco celebrated its Crispy Chicken year with its Crispy Chicken summer menu. The menu features the widest variety of items and flavors available in the quick service category. TACO also this month announced the opening of its newest restaurant in Melbourne, Florida located at 2936 Sarno Road. The opening is the first Del Taco for franchisees Navdeep Bassi and Aman Singh as the brand continues to expand in Florida with several more restaurants scheduled to open through 2022.

Are TACO customers getting anything new?

There are plenty of classic Del Taco (TACO) menu items on offer throughout the year in Florida. In addition to more topping choices, more flavor, and a better value, TACO’s Crunchtada now offers a 6 1/2 inch tortilla topped with a large selection of freshly fried toppings.

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