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They’ve been described as a wet envelope of cat food, so why do Americans gobble up more than 500 million of these tacos a year?

If Jack-in-the-Box tacos are so gross, why do we keep eating them?

They’ve been described as a wet envelope of cat food, so why do Americans gobble up more than 500 million of these tacos a year?

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