For the longest time, Chipotle was, and still is the go-to place for all things Mexican food; burritos and burrito bowls included. Since they've expanded their menu back in 2018, you can now get quesadillas, nachos, tacos, Palomas, and milkshakes, amongst other things. Now in 2020, they're expanding their menu again; this time around, they're changing things up with their salad mix and their meat. So; if that's intriguing in the slightest bit, stay tuned for Chipotle's new menu items below.

New menu items; where?

Liz Abere

The answer is at Chipotle; duh. Recently, Chipotle has launched Whole30 compliant chicken in addition to a new Supergreens salad mix, thus upgrading your salad from a boring old five to a shiny new 10. Asides from the new salad mix and the new Whole30 compliant chicken, new menu items include:

Whole30 Salad Bowl: Ingredients include Supergreens, chicken, carnitas, or carne asada, tomato salsa, fajita veggies, and guacamole.

Keto Salad Bowl: Ingredients include Supergreens, chicken or steak, red salsa, cheese, and guacamole.

High Protein Bowl: Ingredients include white rice, chicken, steak, black beans, red salsa, and romaine lettuce.

Paleo Salad Bowl: Ingredients include Supergreens, chicken, fajita veggies, green salsa, and guacamole.

Vegan Plant-Powered Bowl: Ingredients include brown rice, sofritas, black beans, corn salsa, tomato salsa, and romaine lettuce.

Vegetarian Plant-Powered Bowl: Ingredients include Supergreens, brown rice, black beans, fajita veggies, tomato salsa, and guacamole. 

How do I order said new items?

Easy answer; through Chipotle's app or through Chipotle.com. In store pickup is always free, and so is delivery on the app with the purchase of a Lifestyle Bowl. All of Chipotle's locations will have the new menu items, including the test kitchen in New York on 13th and 6th. 

Ready to eat some bowls? Same here; not only will it make my nutritionist proud cause I'd be "eating healthy," but I'll also be racking up points through Chipotle's rewards program while I'm at it. Want in? Go ahead; place your order and let Chipotle do the rest of the work for you.