All things food—trendy or just downright delicious—are great. But sometimes it's hard to keep up with all the food news out there. To help you stay in the know, here are the three new foods that you need to get your hands on today.

Taco Bell Is Out With the Nacho Fries, In With Actual Nachos

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Although Taco Bell's Nacho Fries are being phased out (and will return this summer!!!), they're dropping two new cheesy menu items: a Triple Melt Burrito and Triple Melt Nachos. Both will hit the $1 Menu on Thursday, April 5, and both will come with seasoned beef, a shredded three-cheese blend, and melty nacho cheese. Yes, yes, and yes .

In addition to updating their $1 offerings, Taco Bell will also be testing a $1 Crispy Chicken Taco and bringing back their $1 Beefy Crunch Burrito in select cities through mid-July. But keep an eye out, according to the chain we could see these tacos eventually go nationwide next year. My fingers are crossed!

This Sparkling Water Contains Caffeine, so You Don't Need Teeth-Staining Coffee Anymore

Caffeinated sparkling water now exists. Sure, you could drink coffee or tea for the pick me up, or even a soda for the matching bubbly effect. And, like other sparkling waters (*cough cough LaCroix*), Phocus does not contain any sweeteners or preservatives. But no other sparkling water brand also contains as much caffeine as a cup of coffee (about 75 mg). 

Phocus sparkling waters' caffeine is derived from green tea leaves, and according to a Spokesperson who spoke with Bustle, it's made "with a natural amino acid for the slow and steady release of energy" that will help you abstain from any jitters. Um, sounds good to me!

Phocus comes in the most adorable pastel cans in five different flavors: Blood Orange, Cucumber, Grapefruit, Natural, and Yuzu Lime. According to their website, it's currently being sold in select stores in Kentucky, Connecticut, Indiana and Florida, but you can also order a 12-pack on Amazon for about $20. 

Whole Foods Is Now Selling Healthy Gummy Bears, Because of Course They Are

SmartSweets makes healthy sour and sweet gummy bears, and you can now find them at your local Whole Foods. Tara Bosch, the 23-year-old founder, says she started the company "after forming an unhealthy relationship with food and seeing the negative effects sugar has on our health." The gummy bears are made with zero sugar, sugar alcohols, or artificial sweeteners, and clock in at only 90 calories per 50g pack. So you can kick sugar to the curb, but keep your secret candy stash strong. 


+ You can now get cheesy nachos and/or a cheesy beefy burrito added to your fourth meal for only $1 at Taco Bell

+ Caffeinated sparkling water exists, and the cans are totally Instagramable

+ Whole Foods now sells the "Halo Top" of gummy bears