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In Texas, tacos are serious business — so much so that an Austin, Texas-based taqueria is accusing one of its competitors of corporate espionage.
The owners of the Torchy’s Tacos chain of restaurants claim one of its former employees stole the company’s “taco bible” recipe book and gave it to the company’s fledgling competitor, the Baytown, Texas-based Texas Taco Co., according to a report by CultureMap Houston.
In a lawsuit filed earlier this month in a Harris County, Texas, District Court, Torchy’s accuses Texas Taco of copying several of its signature dishes, including the descriptions listed on its menu.
According to CultureMap Houston, Torchy’s owners claim to have surveillance footage of the employee leaving with the recipe book, but have yet to produce a copy of the video tape in court.
We would make a joke referencing Torchy’s “taco Bible,” but have been advised that doing so would be snack-rilegious.