A recent study suggests that a large percentage of Americans don’t drink alcohol, according to a new study.
Researchers surveyed 1,600 people and found that just 13% of those surveyed said they drink nonalcoholic drinks at their restaurant.
That’s less than one-tenth the rate of the general population, according the study.
But it’s important to note that the study was limited to adults who did not drink alcohol at the time of the survey.
Additionally, it was limited in scope.
Researchers only focused on people who had been to a Taco Bell restaurant in the past 12 months.
So even if you’re not a regular Taco Bell fan, you might not be in a position to know what’s legal in your state.
Taco Bell said the survey results are based on information provided by the company and other research partners.
“While these results may be interesting to Taco Bell fans, they do not reflect the views of our restaurant partners,” the company said in a statement.
The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Texas, Texas A&M University, and the University at Buffalo, and it looked at whether drinking alcohol was more common among the roughly 3.2 million people who attended a Taco Bowl in 2014, a year when Taco Bell added beer, wine, and cocktails.
The survey results were presented Wednesday during a press conference by Taco Bell at the New York City Food & Wine Festival.
Taco Bell said that the majority of people who drink noncaffeinated beverages are older than 18.
The company said that its new wine and spirits line is focused on adding a healthier and more sustainable option to its menu.
“The beverage category has been gaining ground for years, and we are excited to offer our fans a more balanced and sustainable option that combines the benefits of the non-caffeine options with the flavor and texture of our traditional wines,” Taco Bell spokeswoman Stephanie McLean said in the statement.
But while there is plenty of room for innovation in this category, it’s not clear how a non-dairy option can replace all of the drinks that people like to drink, McLean added.