EVERYONE knows that Chipotle has been hammered with multiple foodborne illness outbreaks in the last six months or so linked to their preppy food outlets. Two were caused by Escherichia coli and several by a norovirus.
E. coli illnesses usually originate in contaminated meat or produce, while norovirus comes from food handlers themselves.
In response to the outbreaks, Denver, Colo.-based Chipotle has announced
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