Chipotle launches the 'Shawn Mendes Bowl' that benefits a good cause

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By RADIO.COM

There’s nothing holdin’ us back from placing this Chipotle order!

The Mexican food chain announced it has collaborated with pop sensation Shawn Mendes for the “Shawn Mendes Bowl.”

So what’s in Mr. Mendes’ bowl? Cilantro-Lime Cauliflower Rice, black beans, chicken, roasted chili-corn salsa, romaine lettuce, and guacamole.

The bowl, which costs $12.20, is available on the Chipotle app and online.

Not only will the meal “treat you better,” but it also benefits a good cause.

Chipotle says that for every bowl sold between January 14 and January 28, it will donate $1 to the Shawn Mendes Foundation, which "empowers young changemakers making an impact." Additionally, the chain and Mendes will be awarding “Wonder Grants” to young activists who are focused on sustainability.

Scoring your own Chipotle bowl obviously comes with bragging rights on Twitter.

“I have my own bowl!,” the 22-year-old crooner shared with fans.

In early January, Chipotle began serving cauliflower rice alongside the white and brown rice options. The new menu item is Keto, Whole30, Paleo, and vegetarian friendly.

The rice substitute is made of cauliflower, cilantro, lime, and salt. It will cost an extra $2 to your total.

Mendes joins other celebrities who have scored their own menu items including Miley Cyrus and David Dobrick.

Dobrik was the first celebrity to have his signature order added to the menu on National Burrito Day in 2019. The "Dobrik Bowl" consisted of brown rice, black beans, chicken, mild salsa, two scoops of corn salsa, a sprinkle of cheese and a side of guac for dipping.

Cyrus’ limited-time burrito, dubbed “Guac Is Extra But So Is Miley,” was a by-product of a TikTok challenge. It was loaded up with white rice, black beans, fajita veggies, roasted chili-corn salsa, tomatillo-red chili salsa, romaine lettuce and guacamole.

Chipotle isn’t the only brand collaborating with artists and creators for promotions these days.

Last year, McDonald’s rolled out the J Balvin meal including Big Mac and a McFlurry, while Dunkin’ teamed up for a drink inspired by Charli D’Amelio, the undisputed queen of Tik Tok.

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