National Burrito Day History
National Burrito Day celebrates the Mexican dish that became one of the most popular foods in the United States. In its origins, the Burritos only included beans and meat. For its success, American businesses adapted the Burrito and added many different ingredients. In Spanish, the word “Burrito” translates to “Little donkey”, a diminutive for “Burro”. National Burrito Day is celebrated every year on the first Thursday in April.