As the spread of the Coronavirus prompts nationwide business closures, this Los Angeles taco shop wants to help customers while also staying afloat.
Guerrilla Tacos decided to put their extra food to use by creating the "Emergency Taco Kit." CNN among other outlets highlight the enterprising California Mexican restaurant, noting that they are are selling a $150 emergency taco kit, complete with four rolls of toilet paper and a pack of 30 eggs.
How did this idea come into fruition? According to CNN, co-owners Brittney Valles and Wes Avila along with their teams came up with the idea of Emergency Taco Kits. What comes in these kits? Five pounds of roasted chicken, five pounds of carne asada, a pint of red salsa, a pint of green salsa, tortillas, onions, cilantro, rice, beans and emergency essentials: four rolls of toilet paper and 30 eggs.
This week Guerrilla Tacos has already sold over 75 kits. The restaurant says it also remains open for takeout orders.
Kits can be ordered on the Guerilla Tacos website for $150. See their Instagram posts below:
PHOTOS: Guerilla Tacos' Instagram Page