Chipotle hires Kansas State food safety expert

Company says sales improving but it expects higher costs in 2016.

While Chipotle's latest financial results showed that sales are improving, they continue to be significantly lower as the company takes steps to try to restore its image from the foodborne illness outbreaks that significantly affected business last fall into winter.

Since the beginning of the year, Chipotle has conducted company-wide training on its new food safety protocols and offered free food to customers, but this week, the company showed just how serious it is about polishing

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