But is Taco Bell created from grade D meat? Sources say yes. If anyone has worked at Taco Bell, or had a friend, ex-girlfriend, or known someone else who has worked there, they'd know the meat comes in cube-form surrounded by a clear gel packed inside a bag that washes off in hot water most of the time. But the USDA doesn't give out grades for its meat. Instead, it gives them nice names to go along with it. The bottom rung of meat consists of the categories canned, cutter, and commercial. Taco Bell's meat? Canned, cutter, and commercial. The USDA does give out Yield Numbers for their meat, however, with one being the highest and five being the lowest. Taco Bell doesn't have to disclose their meat's Yield Number, though many believe it's four or five.