A few months ago there was excitement at the announcement that Taco Bell would launch a Taco Copter to deliver tacos to people in San Francisco - after much hype and taco loving screams of joy it turned out the story was in fact a hoax.
Taco lovers were up in arms after realizing their hopes of airborne taco deliveries were not going to happen - but what about some other Mexican foods delivered by flight?
This next video shows the team at Darwin Aerospacehave taken it into their own hands and created this video of the Burrito Bomber.
It shows the team launching a plane that carries Burritos and launches them on a target set using GPS - a great demonstration of how we may one day receive our food.
What do you think? Would you have food delivered by a plane?
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