CDC will announce end to Chipotle E. Coli outbreak

CDC will announce end to Chipotle E. Coli outbreak

The year 2015 was a year of big changes at Chipotle. Earlier in the year, they announced that they would be changing the recipe of their tortillas from 64 ingredients to simple well known ones like water, whole wheat flour, oil, and salt.

They also announced in a press release entitled “G-M-Over It” that they would be getting rid of all genetically modified organisms in their menu.

However, it was also a very difficult year towards the end, with a serious outbreak of E. Coli that spread to 9 states in the U.S. and affected hundreds of people.

After a grueling few months for the company, the CDC will finally announce the end to the Chipotle E. Coli outbreak.

The Wall Street Journal recently reported the news, citing people who knew the details about the government’s investigation.
The investigators have still not been able to isolate the ingredient linked to the outbreak.

We know that Chipotle is as safe as it’s ever been before,” CEO Steve Ells said on Jan. 13 at a conference in Orlando.

The company has reassured customers and investors that they are taking steps to ensure better food safety.

Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold stated that there hasn’t been a new E. Coli case linked to Chipotle in months, and that the restaurants have been serving a million customers a day “without incident.

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1. “CDC Expected To Declare End To Chipotle’s E. Coli Outbreak.” Huffington Post., n.d. Web. 1 Feb. 2016.
2. “CDC Expected to Declare End to Chipotle E. Coli Outbreak, Sources Say.” The Wall Street Journal., n.d. Web. 1 Feb. 2016.

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